This policy applies to personal information we hold about individuals, sole traders and partnerships. It does not apply to information we hold about companies and other organisations.
Jetter Trader Limited believe it is important to protect your privacy, and so we are committed to giving you a personalised service that meets your needs in a way that also protects that privacy. This policy explains how we may collect information about you and then use it to meet your needs. It also explains some of the security measures we take to protect your privacy, and tells you certain things we will not do. You should read this policy in conjunction with the Website Terms and Conditions.
When we first obtain personal information from you, or when you take a new service or product from us, we will give you the opportunity to tell us if you do or do not want to receive information from us about other services or products.
1. Collecting Information
We may collect personal information about you from a number of sources, including the following:
- From you when you agree to take a service or product from us, in which case this may include your contact details such as name, address, telephone numbers, e-mail and website addresses.
- From you when you contact us with an enquiry or in response to a communication from us, in which case this may tell us something about how you use our services.
- From documents that are available to the public, such as the electoral register.
Please note that some of the personal information we hold about you may be ‘personal data’ within the meaning of the Data Protection Act 1998.
Information you provide or we hold about you (whether or not under our contract (or contracts) with you) may be used by us or our agents and Franchisees to:
- identify you when you contact us;
- help run, and contact you about the improved running of, any accounts, services and products we have provided before, or provide now or in the future;
- carry out marketing analysis and customer profiling (including with transactional information) and create statistical and testing information;
- help to prevent and detect fraud or loss; and
- contact you about products and services offered by us and selected partners. if you DO NOT wish to hear about such products and services from us please email email@example.com
1.2 We may allow other people and organisations to use information we hold about you:
- to provide services you have asked for;
- as part of the process of selling one or more of our businesses;
- if we have been asked to provide information for legal or regulatory purposes; or
- as part of current or future legal proceedings.
From time to time, these other people and organisations may be outside the European Economic Area in countries that do not have the same standards of protection for personal data as the UK.
1.3 Jetter Trader, Jetchem and Superjet may monitor and record communications (including phone conversations and e-mails) for quality assurance and compliance
1.4 If you give us information on behalf of someone else, you confirm that you have given them the information set out in this policy, and that they have not objected to their personal information being used in the way described in this policy.
2. Protecting information
We have strict security measures to protect personal information. This includes following certain procedures and encrypting (encoding) data on our websites.
3. The Internet
3.1 If you communicate with us using the internet, we may occasionally e-mail you about our services and products. When you first give us personal information through our website, we will normally give you the opportunity to say whether you would prefer us not to contact you by e-mail. However, you can always send us an e-mail (at the address set out below) at any time if you change your mind.
3.2 Please remember that communications over the Internet, such as e-mails and webmails (messages sent through a website), are not secure unless they have been encrypted. Your communications may go through a number of countries before they are delivered – this is the nature of the Internet. We cannot accept responsibility for any unauthorised access or loss of personal information that is beyond our control.
3.3 We may use ‘cookies’ to monitor how people use our site. This helps us to understand how our customers and potential customers use our website so we can develop and improve the design, layout and function of the sites. A cookie is a piece of information that is stored on your computer’s hard drive, which records how you have used a website. This means that when you go back to that website, it can give you tailored options based on the information it has stored about your last visit. You can normally alter the settings of your browser to prevent it from accepting cookies.
4. Turning Off Cookies in Different Browsers
4.1 Internet Explorer 5.0
- From your browser menu, select ‘Tools’.
- Then select ‘Internet Options’. This will bring up the ‘Internet Options’ Dialogue Box.
- On the top of the dialogue box, select ‘Security’, then ‘Custom Level’. This will bring up the ‘Security Settings’ box.
- Scroll down using the scroll bar on the right handside of the box, until you come to the section carrying the title ‘allow cookies to be stored on your computer’.
- Of the options available, select ‘Disable’, and then select the ‘OK’ button on the bottom of the menu box
4.2 Internet Explorer 6.0
- From your browser menu, select ‘Tools’, and then ‘Internet Options’. This will bring up the ‘Internet Options’ Dialogue Box.
- On the top of the dialogue box, select ‘Privacy’. This will bring up the ‘Privacy Settings’ box.
- On the Privacy tab, move the slider up for a higher level of privacy or down for a lower level of privacy.
- Move the slider to the top to block cookies from all web sites.
Following these instructions will stop your computer from accepting cookies in future. You may reconfigure your computer to accept cookies again by following these instructions, but by selecting ‘Enable’, and the ‘OK’ button on the bottom of the menu box (Internet Explorer 5.0); or by selecting on ‘Default’ button (Internet Explorer 6.0).
4.3 Netscape 4.7
- First, on your top menu, select ‘Edit’, and then ‘Preferences’. This will bring up the ‘Preferences’ menu box.
- From the options on the left-hand side, select ‘Advanced’, which will bring up another menu.
- Halfway down, you will see a section on cookies, and if you wish to turn cookies off, you should select ‘Disable’, and then the ‘OK’ button on the bottom of the menu box.
You may reconfigure your computer to accept cookies again by following these instructions, but by selecting ‘Accept All Cookies’, and then selecting the ‘OK’ button on the bottom of the menu box.
4.4 Netscape 6.0
- First, on your top menu, select ‘Tasks’, and then ‘Privacy & Security’.
- From here you have the option to ‘block cookies from this site’, ‘unblock cookies from this site’ or view and remove and prevent cookies from being reaccepted from selected sites.
You can find information on disabling cookies in other browsers see allaboutcookies.org
6. Further Information