Online Statement: Privacy and Data Protection

This online statement describes how we collect personal information, how we protect your rights and privacy. We use personal information to operate – the use of such information allows us to make efficient decisions, to offer you the best services. We promise to keep your information safe and aim to always make it clear when we collect personal information.

1. Collection of Information

Directly: We receive information from you directly after you complete our online form. Cookies and other tracking methods are used to collect personal information – the aim is to remember information about the site visitor, to store user preferences for a website.

The information available publicly: We have access to information from publicly available sources such as Companies House, company websites and Social media accounts. Publicly available information can be viewed to understand their business activities and interests.

Social Media and Messaging services: We use Social media to write about accounting, bookkeeping, entrepreneurship and services provided by Fidatezza, including cross-border services.

The privacy policies and the settings of your Social media and messaging services accounts (like for example WhatsApp, Messenger) determine the permission to access the information you communicated to those networks and services.

2. Use of Information

Fidatezza uses your personal information to provide you with the services and information you require. The information we keep about you helps us to respond to your queries efficiently. The records we keep are regularly updated to send you correspondence and communicate with you.

Personal information is used to meet legal obligations, like for example all activities related to fraud prevention and money laundering checks.

We aim at displaying our website content according to the device you are using.

The administrator of our website takes care of regular updates and may perform data analysis and generate statistics. Analytics enables access to the website traffic, visitor location and other.

Marketing communication: Our marketing communication includes information about our services, activities and other support. We may send an e-newsletter to you if you choose to opt-in to receive it. Records about the services and information you have been provided with may be used to tailor our written communications and send you a newsletter meeting your interests. We communicate with you in a way that suits you. If you don’t want to receive marketing communication, contact us anytime.

3. Terms of Use: The Fidatezza Website

The Fidatezza website can be viewed freely without restrictions. By using the website, you confirm that you accept these Terms of Use.

It is not allowed to reproduce any content of the website for commercial gain. Any links to the website need to be approved prior to their creation. It is not allowed to copy or transmit any content or visual from this website to a third party without our written permission.

When you choose to use the Fidatezza website, you must do so respecting all applicable laws and regulations. It is important that intellectual property rights (IPR), copyrights, trademarks, and rights of third parties are understood and respected.

Vulgar, abusive, fraudulent, threatening or hateful communication and activities are not allowed. The privacy and decency of others must be respected. It is prohibited to transmit any materials, data, visuals etc that include viruses and harmful code.

Information on this website is provided for general information only. Together with the website administrator, we aim at updating the information regularly, but we make neither warranties nor guarantees that the content is accurate, complete and updated. Contact us anytime if you did not find the information you were looking for.

4. Processing of Information: Legal Basis

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25th  May 2018. The decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union has no impact on the commencement of GDPR.

The use of personal information must have a legal basis. We collect, store, transfer and delete information. You have the following rights: You have the right to be informed. You have the right that we correct the information we store about you. You have the right to access to information. You have the right to deletion of your data (unless the law states otherwise). And you have the right to know how your personal information is processed.

Important information about consent: Consent means that you are asked to share personal information for a specific use and you choose to agree to it. Information shared via consent – consent can be withdrawn in the future.

At Fidatezza we take our responsibilities regarding data protection seriously. We follow the Data Protection Act when asking for or handling your information. Your personal data is processed fairly and lawfully. Data is processed for the purposes for which it was collected. Data is accurate, kept up to date and not kept longer than necessary. Data files are kept secure against unauthorised access, damage or loss.

We take all necessary steps and dedicate financial means to ensure, that your data is protected. Regular technical and organisational controls are executed to protect your personal data.

If you have any questions, please contact us: info@fidatezza.co.uk

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