Alongside offering the best possible removals service, Farrer & Fenwick have a duty to preserve client confidentiality. A duty we take seriously, part of feeling safe with the support you receive.
As far as the law and removal requirements allow, we will protect your personal information, unless you have agreed for this to be shared.
Whether during distant contact, such as in emails, or telephone calls, or when meeting in person, your wishes on privacy are observed, along with regulatory requirements.
Regulation & Your Rights
The Data Protection Act 1998 remains in force and protection increased in May 2018, via EU wide, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This gives individuals more choice and control over how personal data is used, along with greater fairness and transparency.
The focus of regulation is on complex data gathering organisations, personal profiling and consent. Whilst we only gather data as part of an open process, keeping in line with regulation still makes sense.
The data controller for information collected via this website is Farrer and Fenwick Removals Ltd. Barracks Farm, Cobham Road, Fetcham, Surrey KT22 9TP.
Our lawful basis for processing your data is legitimate interest in meeting client requests, where potential clients freely provided their data. This may be retained for current and future support.
You should be aware of your rights under GDPR:
To know what information is collected and how - In this case supplied by you, via a form, or email.
To understand how your data is used - We only use your personal data for removals & storage services.
To access your data and have this corrected, or deleted - We are happy to comply, well within the month allowed.
To know if your data will be shared - Other than internally, we may share data with removals support services.
To be aware of unknown, or untoward effects - More applicable to social, or ad data, we knowingly cause no ill effect.
Not to be subject to automated decision making, or profiling - Again, more ad, or social network related.
Ensuring Data Privacy
If you have any queries on GDPR compliance, or on any aspect of privacy, or data management, please contact us.
You also have a right to raise concerns about the way your data is being managed with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).
Beyond legislation, a key aspect of protecting personal information is understanding why you are collecting this and identifying what is necessary:
Before, or at the time of collecting information, we identify the purposes of collection.
Information will be collected solely to fulfil these purposes, or for related objectives.
We only retain information for the fulfillment of these purposes and future support.
Every effort is made to ensure data remains relevant, accurate, complete and up to date.
Information is never shared for commercial reasons, only to facilitate your objectives.
Data will be protected by reasonable security safeguards, against loss, theft, or unwanted access.
Data is collected by lawful, fair means and whenever possible, with the consent of the person concerned.
This approach fits with legislation and our belief that your data is your property, to be used for purposes you would accept.
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Input from our clients matters and web data can help the services our company offers, along with ensuring they are put forward in a clear, rational way.
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