- Analyse your requirements;
- Provide you with an estimate or quote relating to the sale of our products or services;
- Provide administrative services or perform other obligations with regards to any certificate/policy you have with us;
Disclosing your information to others
If you entered our site via a third party site, it is possible that we may share some of your information with the third party site operator.
We will only supply the third party site operator with information that is associated with or critical to the provision of our services or products offered via this website.
We will only use your personal information for the purposes disclosed and only if you consent to us doing so. If you do not consent to us using your information in this way, please inform us immediately. If at any time after you have submitted your information to us you wish us to stop using your information, please contact us by sending an e-mail message to email@example.com or write to us at the address below, providing full contact details including the certificate/policy reference number. If you have a current certificate/policy with us, we will continue to process the information for the purpose of administering and otherwise carrying out our obligations in connection with any existing certificate/policy you have with us. This requirement will continue for so long as the certificate/policy is in-force and for a reasonable period of time afterwards as required under law.
We cannot be held responsible for the actions of third parties or the sites that they operate, even if you access them using links provided on our site. Also, we can not be held responsible where you linked to our site from a third party site.
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Cookies on our website
We only use session cookies for the purpose of effecting transactions through our website, all cookies utilised during the transaction process are deleted from your computer when you close your browser.
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