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Privacy Statement.

A Warne takes your privacy seriously and is committed to protecting your personal information.  This notice sets out how the information you provide us with is used, to ensure that we comply fully with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which came into force on the 25 May 2018.

The Company can be contacted at Http://www.awarne.com/contact-us

We will need to collect data (or continue to store already collected data) for the purposes of providing our clients with the continued supply of our products and services.   This will be carried out lawfully and legitimately.  Your contact details including name, Company name, address, telephone number and email address will be kept securely in our cloud based data system.  We also require this information for the processing of our accounts in order to continue with the day to day running of A Warne.  Personal data is stored in line with any applicable statutory period.  Information will be reviewed annually.

A Warne will not market or sell your personal information to other organisations to use in their own marketing activities, nor will any details be transferred to any other countries or international organisations.  We have a data protection regime in place to oversee the effective and secure processing of your personal data.

We use both Explicit Consent and Legitimate Interest as methods for contacting businesses and individuals who we feel would benefit from our products and services as specified under GDPR. We may use the data we hold to contact people we feel will have an interest in our products and services.

We do however respect the individuals’ right to remove their consent and erase their personal data from our records entirely.  Should you wish to exercise the right to erasure you may do so by contacting us via Http://www.awarne.com/contact-us

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