DUNLEAVY BESPOKE PRIVACY STATEMENT
Our duty to our clients
Any data collected by Dunleavy Bespoke in the course of client projects and administration duties will be subject to the highest standards of confidentiality, privacy and data protection. We undertake not to use your personal or commercial information for any purposes other that to which you consented.
Dunleavy Bespoke does not share your personal data/information other than for the purposes necessary to process your enquiry. Both our electronic and paper records are stored securely or held on encrypted databases.
We will hold personal information securely contained within our data systems in accordance with National public authority policy and recommendations.
Your information may be stored by cloud (internet storage providers) and will not be at any time transferred outside of the European Economic Area. By giving us personal information, you agree to the transfer, storing or processing of the information as outlined above.
We may contact you, from time to time, with a request to manage your data. This contact may be made by a number of communication methods in addition to traditional correspondence. We will use not provide your details to third party marketing companies and will only, with your prior consent make contact with you to confirm new projects, opportunities or events we believe relevant to you. However, you are free to withdraw your consent at any time by emailing us at email@example.com
We retain business records and personal data for a period of seven years in order to satisfy legal audit requirements. During that time your data will be safely secured and protected. We will not use your information for any purposes after the statutory data retention period of seven years has ended and your data will be deleted after the period of seven years has expired.
The ways in which we might contact you
From time to time we may contact you using the information you have provided in relation to our products and services in any of the following ways:
- by phone
- by post
- by email
- by text message
- by social media
- through digital and/ or other remote applications
The reasons we might contact you
We might contact you:
- in response to an enquiry you have made;
- to discuss business products and service offers;
- to update your details;
- to reschedule appointments;
- to ask for your view on the products & services we provide;
- to tell you about any important changes to our website or services; or
- where there is another genuine reason for doing so.
When we collect private, confidential or personal data
Before you provide us with any business information that contains personal data about others, such as partners, employees or co-directors, you should make sure they are aware of how we will use their information and have agreed to this. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have obtained the permission of any such persons and have shown this notice to them to allow us to process their personal data for the purposes outlined.
Information You Voluntarily Provide
Third Party Websites
Your right to access your data
You can obtain confirmation on what information is held about you, correct any information we might have on file, transfer data, delete data or submit a data deletion request by making contact via firstname.lastname@example.org where we will address your request, at no cost.
If you have any suggestions about the ways in which we can improve our service, our policies, our data protection or privacy management, please get in touch as we are always looking to improve our service to you by considering your views and comments.