Last updated: 23 Febuary 2018
We are required to handle information which we hold about you that is capable of identifying you (either alone or with any other information we may hold about you) in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 (“the Act”), which regulates the use of “personal data” in the United Kingdom. You have the right under the Act to ask us in writing for details concerning the “personal data” we hold about you, including a description of that data, the purposes for which it is being used and to whom that data has been or may be disclosed. We may charge you an administration fee for providing you with this information. You can find out more about the Act and your rights by visiting the website of the Information Commissioner at www.ico.gov.uk. The Information Commissioner’s Office can also be contacted by telephone on 08456 306060.
We may share your information with other members of The Currencycloud group of companies where we need to do so to provide you with any of the products or services you have requested. We may have to share your information with a government body or regulatory authority, with the police or other law enforcement agencies, or with other persons or bodies by order of a court or to meet a legal or regulatory requirement or for other lawful reasons, such as for taxation or audit purposes; or with credit control or debt collection agencies. We will not normally share your information with anyone else unless we need to do so to provide you with our products or services which you use or unless you have asked us to do so.
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