The Personal Information That I Hold About Advertisers
- Email address
Advertisers may sometimes include other personal information (e.g. phone numbers, job titles, qualifications) within the details that they would like to advertise on this directory website. By definition, this is information that they are happy to share publicly.
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How I Share This Information
Email addresses may be published on the directory website if they have been specifically provided to me for that purpose. I do not pass them on to anyone else directly or use them to send marketing emails or newsletters.
Information Intended to be Displayed on This Directory Website
These are details of the advertiser, and their business or organisation, that they intend to be displayed publicly.
Requesting Me to Delete Personal Data
Anyone may contact me and request me to delete any emails or texts from them, any written notes containing personal information, any photographs of themselves and any mention of their name, or other personal information, that is displayed on this website.
I do not automatically delete data after a set amount of time.
Invoices or proof of payment will not be destroyed as they are required for accounting / tax purposes.