Your privacy is very important and we do what we can to protect it. Everything that we do is in strict accordance with the data protection act of 1998. We try to at least equal the best practices in the industry for processing sensitive information.
What we do with our data
We have security procedures in place to keep any information which we receive safe and secure.
We have procedures in place to prevent unauthorised people from accessing your information.
If you submit information to us you automatically give us permission to store this data, and to share relevant parts of it with companies who provide goods or services that you have enquired about.
If you provide us with any information about a third party, you must have the permission of that third-party before doing so.
Apart from providing information to suppliers of goods or services that you ever enquired about, we will only allow third parties to have access to your data under the following circumstances:
1) When we are legally obliged to do so;
2) When we do so as part of an investigation into suspected fraud;
3) When were ordered to do so by a competent court or other legal authority.
In order to provide you with the services or goods that you are looking for it is necessary for us to collect and process a limited amount of information about you, which we then pass on to providers of those goods or services. Part of our agreement with these providers is that they will use the data only for providing you with the services or goods that you require, and for no other purpose whatsoever, and that they will use at least the same security measures that we use in order to keep your data secure.
You should be aware that insurance companies may use the information you provide them to check against data which they already possess in order to combat fraud. You can find more information about this at www.insurancedatabases.co.uk.
Subject to the above provisions we will not, under any circumstances, sell, hire or lend your information to any other third party.