The Data Protection Act protects individuals from improper use of information held about them. Cape Luxury Retreats complies with the Data Protection Act when obtaining, processing and holding customer information. All your personal information will be treated as private and confidential, even when you are no longer a customer and information will only be held for the purposes for which it has been given or which we have told you about. We will ensure that it is accurate and up to date, that we do not keep it for longer than necessary and that appropriate measures are in place to protect the information from any unauthorised use.
Personal information will not be passed to any third parties without your permission, unless we are required to do so, for example, when we are legally compelled to, where you consent, where there is a duty to the public to disclose or where our interests require disclosure. Information collected We collect personal information from visitors to this web site through the use of online forms.
Use of Personal Information
When you complete one of our online forms the information will be used to provide you with further information on the property or service required. Your details may be entered into our database, which will allow us to look for other properties/information/newsletter suitable to your search criteria. We will email or post such information details to you.
The most secure method of e-mailing Cape Luxury Retreats is to use the contact or feedback forms on our website. Emails sent in other ways will be ‘insecure’ and the amount of confidential information you include should be kept to a minimum. When we reply to an ‘insecure’ e-mail we will maintain confidentiality concerning your personal information. We will ensure that your email address is not given to unauthorized third parties.
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