A summary of our Privacy Policy

The key information detailed in our Privacy Policy – 24/5/18


What information we collect.

We generally collect personal information (e g. name and address, other contact information, other relevant personal information e.g. gender and certain demographic and product interest information) from you. Ordinarily this information will be provided by you directly, and we will take reasonable steps to ensure this information is kept relevant and up to date. We may also add details of your order history with us.

What we do with the information we collect.

Primarily, we use your personal information to fulfil your orders, manage your account and deal with your queries. We may also occasionally use your contact information for marketing purposes, to send you details of new products and relevant offers You can object to this at any time, as described below.We will not pass on this information to third parties unless required to do so by law or the business is sold.We may however, forward delivery address and contact telephone number, to delivery partners to fulfil your orders

On what basis we process your information.

Generally, we process your information as required, to fulfil our contract with you and provide a source of information and supply of your chosen security products. In the case of direct marketing, we generally process your data for this purpose on the grounds of legitimate business interests. Information is collected and processed: -

  1. Lawfully, fairly, and in a transparent manner.
  2. For specified, explicit, and legitimate purposes.
  3. Adequately, relevant and limited to what is necessary.
  4. Accurately and kept up-to-date.
  5. Kept in a form which allows identification of individuals for only as long as necessary.
  6. Securely by implementing appropriate technical and organisational measures.

How long we hold your information for.

We will generally hold personal information for seven years from the date of your last order, in line with legal and HMRC requirements.

Data Security.

In line with GDPR regulation, we are committed to the security of your data, ensuring any storage device is password protected and enabled with firewalls, and real time, anti-virus/malware scanning. We will continually monitor our data storage practices and take steps to remedy any perceived weaknesses. Our devices are shut down and our premises are locked and alarmed, at any time that no member of staff is present.

How you can control your personal information.

You can control your personal information in several ways, including asking us to correct or update your personal information at any time. With marketing, you can object to this at any point by contacting us and we will remove you from any future communications (either through one means of marketing or, if you wish, all direct marketing). If you wish to withdraw any consent you have previously given, or give consent where you have previously denied it, please just contact us. You can contact us at any time by writing to us at: - Data Control, Tamper evidence Ltd, Church View, Uplands, Fromes Hill, Herefordshire HR8 1HR or email us at [email protected] see our full privacy policy below for a comprehensive list of your rights and how to apply them.

Where to find Tamper Evidence Ltd’s full Privacy Policy.

Click on the PDF icon below to download a copy or provide your full postal address to [email protected] and we'll post a copy to you.

This summary and our full privacy policy may evolve along with GDPR guidelines, so you may wish to check back here from time to time. – simple security solutions.

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