Precision Decisions Privacy Statement
We are committed to protecting your privacy and we comply with the data protection laws applicable to the UK.
This privacy statement outlines how your personal information is treated and forms part of our terms and conditions.What Information Do We Collect?
How Do We Use Your Information?
- Information you provide. If you choose to create an account, you provide us your name, address, telephone number and email address.
- Communications with us. When you complete a form on our website we may ask you for any combination of your name, email address and other contact details. This is so we can contact you easily if required.
- Location. Our telematics devices collect location data from GPS satellites once you install the device.
Any personal data relating to you will be used and recorded by us in accordance with current data protection legislation and this privacy statement. We use the information collected from you to help in any issues you may have relating to this website. We may use your personal information to communicate with you, for market research purposes, to track activity on our site, to publish trends and/or to improve usefulness and content. All information gathered for market research is done so anonymously.We do not sell, trade, rent or make available your personal information to others.How Do We Store Your Information?
Your information and data is stored on a series of geographically dispersed servers across our cloud network infrastructure. This is to ensure integrity of your data and allows us to load balance our network to provide you with the fastest service possible. Your data is stored securely in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 (UK) and is available to you at any time upon written request. Precision Decisions is registered with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) under registration reference: Z3629963Material Provided By You
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