This document is intentionally not written in lawyer-speak. We don't promise every legal eventuality is covered here but we've tried to be as clear and open as possible. Privacy matters and we want to get this right. If you have any questions about this stuff please contact directors John Arnold or Ruth Heasman through our office email address, firstname.lastname@example.org. The office can put you in touch with us by phone if necessary.
In the course of doing business we do collect some personal data. Our site is designed so that you can create your tickets and vouchers without ever needing to give us any personal data. This is intentional because we hate sites that build marketing mailing lists by collecting data they don't really need. We're not like that. We want to respect your privacy and not ask for anything more than we absolutely need. Only when you decide to buy do we ask for anything.
Performance Ticket Printers Ltd are collecting this data. It is stored in databases operated by the business and is accessible only to Performance Ticket Printers staff. Those databases form part of our website and also our back end systems at our office. Data is collected only for the purposes of operating Performance Ticket Printers business.
When you decide to buy something from us you'll need to give us an email address, a name, and a postal address. And of course you'll need to pay. We use a payment company called Sagepay to handle taking the money so during our checkout process you'll be handed over to them and as we do we'll tell them what information we already have for you. That's to make filling in the payment forms easier. We never see any credit card information from our payment provider. We simply get a yes or no telling us whether the payment succeeded along with some indication of what went wrong if something did.
After you've paid you'll have an account on our system. That account contains your name, your email address, any postal addresses and telephone numbers you gave us and a record of what you ordered.
We collect as little data as we can. The data we do collect is necessary for delivering the products you ordered from us. We couldn't do the job you asked us to without it.
We sometimes send out emails to customers who have ordered from us. We do this as part of the order process to keep you informed about the status of your order. We may use your e-mail address to send you information about products or services that are the same as or similar to those that you have ordered from us and that we think you may find useful. We will do so only if you have indicated that you do not object to being contacted for these purposes. At any stage you have the right to ask us to stop using your personal data for direct marketing purposes by turning the option "Allow marketing emails" off in your My Account page or by contacting us at email@example.com.
We also collect some logs showing the steps you took while you're on our site. We do this to help diagnose and debug problems with the site. So if something breaks we might look at our logs to see what happened. We also improve our site by looking at that data in aggregate. Our website is how we take the vast majority of our orders. It is essential that it runs smoothly and so we collect this data because we consider the smooth running of our order process to be essential to our business.
Some data about your order is also collected by Google and Facebook as part of our order process. This includes the items ordered and their value but not your name or address. This is part of our website analytics process and is also used to improve our website, our advertising and our order process.
We will only ever share your data with a third party where it is necessary for us to do so in order to deliver you the goods and service you have requested.
We may give data to our payment provider so that they can take payment from you. We may give data to the Royal Mail or a courier company so that they can deliver your goods to you.
In the past we wouldn't have removed customer accounts from our website. With the arrival of GDPR we'll look again at whether customer accounts should be removed. It does sometimes happen that customers don't order for a few years and them come back to us after a protracted break. So by default we'll keep accounts for a number of years. This policy will be updated when we've picked a number and updated our system to allow purging of old accounts.
However, if you would like your data removed from our system at any time you can simply let us know and we will remove your information from both of our databases (website and back office).
You are entitled to be obtain free-of-charge information concerning data stored about your person and, as the case may be, to correct, restrict the processing, enable the portability of, or delete those data.
If you have any questions about how we collect, process or use your personal data, want to enquire about, correct, block or delete your data, or withdraw any consents you have given, or opt-out of any particular data use, please contact us directly using the contact data provided in our site notice.
You may also submit a complaint to the responsible data protection supervisory authority.
If you think we've done something wrong then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We watch our mailbox all day and typically respond very quickly to enquiries. You can also phone us on 01260 276164 but if you do have a complaint we urge you to make it in writing as well as calling us so that we can both see a record of what's happened.
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