BURCOTT MOTOR COMPANY| ESTABLISHED MAY 1997
PRIVACY NOTICE and DATA PROTECTION | GDPR 2018
The Burcott Motor Company , established in 1997, aim to provide you with a professional, safe and pleasant purchasing experience when buying your next car. During that process we may need to ask you some personal details. We promise to keep those details safe and secure, never sharing them with any third party without prior consent. We will maintain all our business transaction records in accordance with the legal requirements in place at that time. When those records are no longer required they will be disposed of by way of secure data shredding. Records of this will be kept
When you visit our website cookies are used to track and record data regarding use of the website and the nature of the enquiry, type of system used for access and the duration etc. This information does not identify any user in person, will never be shared with any third party and will be maintained in a safe and secure manner at all times. We operate with a secure website .Our website provider is GDPR compliant
If a customer wishes to use our wifi service they should be aware that information regarding the following will be recorded on our system :
Your device, Volume of data , websites and applications visited and the duration , location and frequency . This information will not be shared with any third party and will be maintained in a safe and secure manner at all times
In order to obtain motor vehicle finance for customers it is necessary to gather and share your personal data with a suitable finance provider. This will only ever be done with the applicants prior consent, only with identified lenders that adhere to the required ICO data protection protocols and that are licenced by the FCA. We the Burcott Motor Company are also licenced by the FCA No 664624 and the ICO ZA020023
Any personal information or data used during a transaction will be strictly limited to the purpose for which it was provided
Any matters relating to your data held by us should be directed to the attention of Ian King , the direct email address being [email protected]
Tel: 02087640047 | 07711 005710
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How the Information is used
The information is used to enhance the vistor's experience when using the website to display personalised content.
Personal data, such as names and email addresses will not be sold, rented or leased, and not kept longer than required to provide the service it was supplied for.
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