Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy is very straightforward in that we promise never to divulge or sell your details to any other person.

Database Protection: Your details are kept confidential and may be stored in a database used for our own purposes. We automatically receive and record information on server logs from your browser.

We monitor the IP (Internet Protocol) addresses of visitors to collect statistical data about usage patterns on our website. This information does not relate to any personal detail of an individual so all visitors to our site remain anonymous.

We use cookies in some of the interactive parts of our website only as a means for your web browser to hold a small amount of information either in memory or on your hard disk for use during your visit. Cookies do not look into your computer and find out information about you or read any personal information.

Users sometimes have opportunities to register to receive email alerts or to request quotes. The information provided by users will be acted upon according to the content of their request. This contact will be via email unless an alternative is requested.

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DATA PROTECTION

The Data Protection Act regulates how your personal information is used and protects you from misuse of your personal details. It provides a common-sense set of rules which prohibit the misuse of your personal information without stopping it being used for legitimate or beneficial purposes. The details of the Data Protection Act are quite complex, but at the heart of it are eight common-sense rules known as the Data Protection Principles.

These require personal information to be:

  • fairly and lawfully processed
  • processed for limited purposes
  • adequate, relevant and not excessive
  • accurate
  • not kept longer than necessary
  • processed in accordance with your rights
  • kept secure
  • not transferred abroad without adequate protection
  • Organisations using personal information ('data controllers') must comply with these Principles.

The Act provides stronger protection for sensitive information about your ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs, trade union membership, health, sexual life and any criminal history.

Getting access to your information:

The Act, with some exceptions, gives you the right to find out what information is held about you by organisations. This is known as the 'right of subject access'. On written request, you are entitled to be supplied with a copy of all the information an organisations holds about you.

The organisation may charge a fee for providing the information, up to a maximum of £10 in most instances and up to £50 in the case of manual (i.e. non-electronic) medical records. To see what information is held on you by credit reference agencies costs £2.

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