Any information provided to Dread will be held securely, and processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Processing of data for legitimate business interests
To enable us to undertake work as instructed, we may need to share your information with our service providers, associated organisations and agents. Only relevant information shall be passed to these external organisations and we will never pass your information to third parties outside of this remit. Any data provided to these third parties will be used solely for the purpose of undertaking the operations for which they are intended, and does not permit the third parties to contact you in respect of anything else.
It may also be necessary for us to contact you with important updates regarding processes which may be relevant to your business with us.
Clients and contacts
Dread produce regular email bulletins that we feel may be of interest to you and of benefit to you and your organisation. We value your custom and would like to keep you updated on new products, offers and developments. If you don’t wish to hear from us simply email [email protected] and we will remove your details from our data
Personal data records
If you wish to receive a record of your personal information that we hold on file, please email your request, with the subject header ‘GDPR Information Request’ to [email protected] or by telephoning us on 01908 221666. We will provide you with any relevant information within 30 days of your request.
To rectify or update any details that we hold at any time, please email details of the amendments to be made to [email protected] or telephone 01908 221666.
Any data that we hold will be stored securely throughout the period of your contract with us, and thereafter, on our in-house system unless notified otherwise.
If you have any further questions about our services or the way in which we process the data you provide us with, please speak with your Account Manager. Should you feel that your concerns or any enquiry regarding your personal data have not been handled correctly, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).