Please read the following policy carefully before SUBMITTING ANY INFORMATION TO US to ensure that you fully understand how any of your personal information will be processed by us. You should also read our terms and conditions.
We are fully committed to protecting your privacy. We collect and process personal information about you in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and, in particular, with the notification which we have made to the Data Protection Commissioner under that Act.
What information does SwimEasy collect?
When you fill in the 'Contact SwimEasy' form, we will store the information you submit. We will never collect sensitive information about you (or your child) without your consent.
How does SwimEasy use my information?
SwimEasy collects information about you to process your enquiry.
Does SwimEasy share my information with anyone else?
We do NOT pass any personally identifiable information (such as your name, email address, address, description of work or enquiry) to any third parties, except when acting on your behalf to enable us to deliver our service. There are only two possible cases where we would pass on personally identifiable information:
- If you request us to do so
- If we are legally required to do so
In both cases, we will only ever pass on the minimum amount of information that we consider necessary to fulfil these obligations.
Our Opt Out Policy
We will never e-mail you unless you have given us your consent. If you receive any unsolicited e-mail from SwimEasy please contact us immediately at: email@example.com
Ability to update your personal details
If any of your details change over time, please send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time. Please ensure that these are always accurate. Should you wish to cease your relationship with us, please send an e-mail to email@example.com and we will delete your records as quickly as possible, and will never pass them on.
What are 'Cookies' and does SwimEasy use them?
Cookies are small files that web sites place on the hard disk of your computer. They are an industry standard, being used by most web sites. By using cookies, web sites can identify your computer, but not you personally. Most browsers have default settings to accept cookies, but can be set to reject them.
How we protect your information
Your information is stored on servers that have several layers of protection to block unauthorised access to your information.
The European Economic Area
If you have any further questions, or concerns regarding this policy, please contact our Data Protection Officer Phil Smith by e-mail in the first instance: Philip.firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner at www.dataprotection.gov.uk