At GSAV, our commitment is to safeguard your privacy. Your trust is important to us and we do not wish to compromise it by mishandling your personal data.
For you to use some of our services, we’d need you to provide us with certain information like your email address.
Please be aware, we do not collect or store credit/debit card details, neither do we share customer data with any third parties.
This document outlines our data collection practices, how we utilize the data, and how you can access or modify your data. Please note, this policy does not extend to third-party sites linked to/from us. Those websites have their separate privacy policies.
For any queries or issues with this policy, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concerning the Information We Collect
Specific areas on our site will ask for your email in exchange for particular benefits.
Usage of Your Information
We employ your information to track our relationship and for emailing you requested information or other details and promotions relevant to GSAV. In essence, your data is used strictly for outlined purposes (as per the Data Protection Act 1998 (UK)).
Occasionally, we might send surveys or personal mails for customer service management.
We do NOT share your information with third parties. We do NOT share your email addresses with sponsors nor do we run exclusive ‘sponsored’ emails for third parties. We might feature sponsors or advertisers in mails you opted for but won’t send mails solely for third-party ads.
Disclosure to other parties will be done only with the individual’s consent, unless under legal obligation or for other compelling reasons (like crime prevention or detection).
Acquisition of GSAV Assets
In the event of GSAV or its assets being acquired by another entity, that entity’s privacy policies would govern the use of the information mentioned here.
Compliance with COPPA (USA)
We do not knowingly collect or store data of children under the age of 13 on sites we control. Our sites are not catered to children under 13. If you believe a child under 13 may be in our databases, please contact us immediately.
Access to Your Stored Information
In line with the Data Protection Act 1998 (UK), you’re entitled to request all the information we have about you (subject to certain legal constraints). To do so, use the email below and provide any details we might need to locate your data.
For questions or suggestions, email me at Contacts.