Any information (name, email, company name and so on) and personal data we collect from this site and from email communications with you will be used only for the purposes of marketing to you further with relevant updates, promotions, newsletters, introductions and networking and so on.
Your data may also be used for internal market research purposes. Data will be used in a reasonably expected way. This data is also being used under the basis of consent, marketing and legitimate interest.
We will not sell your data to third parties. Note the data will go out of the EU as Pinpoint uses Mail Chimp, which is US based software.
All information and data collected will remain confidential and will be handled honourably and carefully by Pinpoint Marketing to ensure that your privacy is protected. Should we wish to use your data in any other way not mentioned in this policy, we will only do so by seeking and receiving your prior permission. Pinpoint Marketing will only keep your data for as long as necessary, as part of our retention policy.
Pinpoint Marketing’s retention policy states that we will keep your data (passwords, log-ins etc) for a year after any work ceases between all parties. Pinpoint recommends that you change all passwords after you case working with any supplier. Some financial records may be kept for longer based on accounting rules. We may rely on legitimate interests to enhance any services.
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