Direct2public.co.uk never make your personal details available to other companies for marketing purposes other than for the marketing of Direct2public.co.uk. However we may employ third party companies to analyze data for the sole benefit of Direct2public.co.uk to provide an improved and personal service to our customers.
Keeping In Touch With You
Direct2public.co.uk may also use your details to send you further information on Direct2public.co.uk Products, to keep you up to date on goods and services, new collections and promotional offers you may be interested in or for research purposes. If you prefer not to receive such information or be a part of such research at any time, please e-mail us at email@example.com quoting your full name, address and postcode. If you have registered to receive email newsletters regarding the website, you can remove your email address from the list at any time by using the links in the emails that are sent to you.
The information we collect and how we use it
To process your order, we require your name, email address, correspondence address, contact telephone numbers and payment/ credit card details. We gather this information in order to process your order, provide you with the goods that you have requested and if any queries arise we have the relevant information needed to make contact with you. It is important to Direct2public.co.uk that we are able to improve the level of service that we deliver to our customers and therefore from time to time we employ carefully selected third party agencies that gather our customers information for research purposes. We or the third party company’s that we employ may require to make contact with you to ascertain information required to process your order, respond to an enquiry, gain your feedback on the level of service you received. At the point of contact we will inform you the reason for our contact.
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