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RobinsonScalvini Ltd is committed to responsible management of consumer data. We comply with all rules, both ethical and legal, with respect to the use of consumer information obtained by us and we adhere strictly to all industry guidelines at all times. We undertake to continuously monitor our management of the use and security of consumer information to uphold your rights. This statement outlines the type of information we collect and store, our usage policy, and whom to contact with questions or concerns.

From time to time RobinsonScalvini Ltd may ask for and / or you may choose to submit personal data to RobinsonScalvini Ltd (including your email address and contact details) by filling out a feedback form, or signing up to our mailing list or otherwise by telling RobinsonScalvini Ltd about yourself or your activities.

RobinsonScalvini Ltd will not collect, store or process any personal information about you unless you provide it to us voluntarily.

If you do submit it, you agree and accept that this data may be used, stored and processed to develop and improve RobinsonScalvini Ltd services including their operation, administration and development as well as for operational, identification, marketing, administrative, advertising and promotional purposes but only in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

From time to time RobinsonScalvini Ltd may want to share this data with other reputable companies both within and outside the European Union. RobinsonScalvini Ltd may also use the information or parts of it to occasionally notify you about RobinsonScalvini Ltd events or related activities that you may find useful.

Once collected, such data will be held within the European Union and the European Economic Area and will only be used for the specific purpose for which it was sought and to which you consented. It will not be used for any other purpose whatsoever. Any personal data we hold on you will be deleted or updated upon request and any inaccurate or misleading data held will be changed or deleted upon your request.

If you do not want RobinsonScalvini Ltd to collect or process your personal data as described above, please do not submit it and if you have or you believe that we have data about you that is incorrect or should you wish your data to be deleted or amended for any reason please email RobinsonScalvini Ltd at the address below and the information will be corrected as soon as possible or removed from our database as you request.

Any data supplied by you will be kept secure in accordance with the requirements of our data protection licence and with the directions of the Data Protection Commissioner through whom this licence is held.

Details of the data we hold on you will be provided on request although we reserve the right to charge the relevant statutory disclosure fee (where appropriate). Any request of this nature should be directed to the e-mail address shown at the bottom of this notice.

As required by the UK Data Protection Act 1998 RobinsonScalvini Ltd follow strict security procedures in relation to the storage and disclosure of information which you have given to us, to prevent unauthorised access or use of such data. In the event, however, that RobinsonScalvini Ltd or its officers or employees are required to undertake any act under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act or similar legislation RobinsonScalvini Ltd or such person shall be entitled and occasionally obliged to do so without informing you. We would also ask that in such circumstances you co-operate with RobinsonScalvini Ltd.

Non-personally Identifiable Information Collected Automatically

For each visitor to RobinsonScalvini Ltd's website and associated websites, our Web server automatically recognises your domain, the type of Internet browser you are using, the type of computer operating system you are using and the domain name of the Web site from which you linked to our site. This non-personally identifiable information is collected automatically, used for internal review, then discarded.

Who to Contact

Please e-mail questions or requests for more information about RobinsonScalvini Ltd's privacy policies and initiatives to andrewrobinson@myjobinlondon.com

Anyone may request the removal of his or her name from RobinsonScalvini Ltd's mailing lists, announcement lists or marketing database by sending an e-mail to info@RobinsonScalvini Ltd.com. You must provide your name, complete street address, city, country, post code and e-mail address. Any data we hold on you will be deleted from our existing files upon receipt of such notice.

Consumers' Privacy Rights

RobinsonScalvini Ltd holds the consumer relationship in the highest regard and pledges:

  • To ensure that consumers have the ultimate right to control dissemination of their personal information. We support the self-regulation efforts of the direct marketing industry and believe this action is the best way to protect consumer privacy. We support legislation and regulatory efforts, which introduce fair, workable guidelines that protect the privacy of consumers. We will work to ensure that any such guidelines are consistent with and complement established self-regulatory measures, and that they allow the consumer to continue receiving the benefits that sophisticated marketing techniques can provide.
  • To comply with all relevant legislation at all times and to implement such legislation as required.
  • To monitor privacy issues and assure that any changes in legislation or industry standards regarding privacy issues are reflected in our Privacy Policy.
  • To liaise internally and externally to identify and resolve misunderstandings about the law, industry standards or our Privacy Policy and to ensure their compliance with all self-regulatory and legislative obligations relating to the use of consumer data.
  • To work with recognised trade associations and organisations that support consumer privacy. We actively participate in the efforts of Europe's Direct Marketing Industry to establish industry guidelines that safeguard the individual right to privacy.
  • To provide services that benefit both consumers and marketers. Consumers benefit from our services through the realisation of lower prices that result from the marketers' more efficient communications approach. In addition, consumers realise savings in time and expense by being able to shop via the Internet. Marketers can better tailor their products and services to meet the needs of their customers with our assistance. Further, they can refine their promotional efforts to target only those customers for whose benefit the products have been produced.