Oneline will protect your privacy and ensure Oneline operate in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") and other Relevant Data Protection Legislation. This applies to you if you are a customer or interact with Oneline as part of running the business, e.g. enquiring about the possibility of becoming a customer. Oneline need to tell you - What personal data is, how Oneline collect personal data about you, what Oneline collect, and it is used and for how long it is kept. How and if Oneline share this information. What rights you have over it and how to get in touch with Oneline about it.
What is "Personal Data" Where Oneline use the term personal data, this means information that can connect to you (such as your name, email address, address, telephone number etc). Personal data collected from Customers When you contact Oneline via the website, or by any other means, we collect some personal data about you in order to contact you in relation to your enquiry. This information may typically includes; your full name, telephone number, address, and email address. We may retain any correspondence including email and notes of telephone calls, and use the personal data provided by any means to contact you for legitimate purposes relating to any agreement between us. If you do not pay monies due under any agreement on time, Oneline may instruct solicitors or debt recovery agencies to recover what is owed. Oneline will provide them with your personal data necessary to effect this. Oneline will keep your information until we no longer have any need to communicate with you, and in accordance with Oneline's Data Retention Policy. Oneline will not use your Personal Data for Marketing or share your details with anyone else. Oneline may use your contact details - including your name, address, phone number, and email address - to effectively communicate with you. Oneline may also use information from publicly available sources such as business directories.