Stanton Fisher is committed to protecting the personal privacy of its clients and any information pertaining to that client.
We value your privacy in respect to all personal information we receive from you as a result of the use of this site. We will treat any and all information received confidentially and will only use that information to:
We do not store credit card details. We do not share customer details with any third parties other than:
If you wish to see the information we hold on you, you are within your rights to make a request and we will provide this information. We cannot guarantee that any emails sent to us by you will be received safely and securely, and also cannot guarantee that any emails sent to you by us will be secure. Please contact us via telephone or post if you are in any doubt or wish to check the status of an email sent to us by you or sent to you by Stanton Fisher.
If you do not wish to be contacted in the above manner please contact us on 0161 9764700 (option 5) or firstname.lastname@example.org to opt out.
When you complete an enquiry you will be required to submit personal information about yourself (e.g name, location, contact details) in order to receive or use our services. We ask for this information to ensure we can provide a good service. By providing us with any data we ask for, you agree for us to use it to provide you with our services. This personal information will be collected when you submit a form on our site.
We use your data to ensure our service is tailored to your needs. We may also occasionally use your personal or website browsing data for statistical analysis to develop our web service. We may use the following Google Analytics Advertising Features:
We have legal obligations, under the Data Protection Act 1998, to collect any personal information that you provide to us fairly. Any personal information you provide us with will be kept securely and will only be kept for as long as you use the service that you have requested.
When you visit our site your computer may be issued with a cookie. Cookies are small files that identify your computer to our server, helping us personalise the site for any of your future visits. Only the areas of our site that you visit will be logged by the cookie and it doesn’t provide us with any personal information. If you have not submitted any personal information to use via a form enquiry then you can still browse our site anonymously. If you do not want a cookie you edit your internet browser settings to deny it. You will usually find information on how to do this by accessing the help section of your browsers toolbar or for more information you can visit http://www.aboutcookies.org/how-to-delete-cookies.
You can opt-out of the Google Analytics Advertising Features through Google’s Ad Settings in your browser. You can also visit https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/ for Google Analytics’ currently available opt-outs for the web.
If you are connected to the internet you will have an IP address. This will automatically be collected when you visit the site as part of the connection of your computer to our server. This IP may further be used to determine how many times you visited specific areas of the site. If there is a security breach then the Internet Service Provider will identify the relevant IP address and the user may be contacted.