Privacy at Rapid Fire Supplies
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Welcome to Rapid Fire Logistics Ltd! We’re unwavering in our commitment to delivering top-notch services while giving the utmost respect to your privacy. Your personal data is safe with us; we won’t sell it to anyone. This Privacy Notice outlines how we responsibly use and safeguard your information.
How Do We Collect Your Information?
- Account Information: When you register an account with us, we collect your name, address, email, and other necessary details.
- Transaction Records: Information related to your purchases, such as product details, payment method, and shipping address.
- Customer Interactions: We keep a record of your communications with us, whether it’s through phone, email, or social media.
- Web Analytics: With the aid of Google Analytics, we observe your activity on our website for continual improvement using Cookies.
Using Your Information
We leverage the information collected to:
- Fulfil contracts and deliver the products and services you requested.
- Send you details about similar services
- Provide you with essential service-related updates.
Third-Parties & Data Sharing
Your personal data may be shared with our subsidiaries and trusted third parties like courier services and analytics providers. But don’t worry, they adhere to rigorous data protection laws.
Your data is securely stored on our servers, and all payment transactions are encrypted. Feel at ease, your information is in safe hands.
Your Rights & Preferences
You have the right to access, amend, or even delete your personal data. Use the ‘My Preferences’ section in your account or contact our Customer Service team at 03330 150 330 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Changes to This Policy
We regularly review and update this Privacy Notice. Last checked: October 2023
Got Questions or Concerns?
Feel free to reach us at:
Rapid Fire Logistics Ltd
3 Blakeney Grove
Phone: 03330 150 330
Unhappy about how we’re handling your data? Contact us, and we’ll sort it out. You also have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) if you think we’re falling short of data protection laws.
Visit their website at ICO.