Protecting your personal data and details on my website.
Last updated: 1 June 2018
This privacy notice provides you with details of how I collect and process your personal data through your use of my site www.oldstablescrafts.co.uk. I take your privacy seriously and want you to understand and feel happy with how I manage and use it, and why.
Liz Yuille of Old Stables Crafts is responsible, as the Data Controller, for your personal data. You can contact me through the following email or postal address:
The Old Stables
Oxon OX14 4RG
Telephone: 01865 407110
YOUR DATA AND HOW I USE IT
Your personal information will only be used to respond to any questions you may have and help provide you with the products and services that you have requested in relation to:
- Ordering Stampin’ Up! Products, receiving Stampin’ Up! News, Promotions and Catalogues
- Paper craft Inspiration, Class/Event Bookings, Reminders, Joining Instructions, Tutorials
CLASSES AND EVENTS
When you book onto classes and events with me, I will ask for your name, email and phone number. These are held securely within my Customer Records, which are held on a password protected computer. To comply with tax auditing, I hold this data for 6 years. Any card details provided to Stampin’ Up!, are stored in an encrypted format, so I cannot see them or access them. If you choose to send me payments using PayPal or Bank Transfer, I will only be able to see the details that are made available by those organisations.
ORDERING STAMPIN’ UP! PRODUCTS
With the exception of your payment details, Stampin’ Up! make your details available to me as your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, via my Demonstrator website. This enables me to see what you have ordered, so that I may help with after sales support. Your name and email is added to my mailing system to enable me to send you follow up emails and future product information relevant to you. You may unsubscribe from my mailing system at any time, but I and Stampin’ Up! keep your order records for 6 years to comply with tax auditing purposes.
Stampin’ Up! orders placed with me through my online store www.lizyuille.stampinup.net will ask for your postal address for the purpose of delivering your goods to you. This data is stored by Stampin’ Up! in the USA. Your name, postal address and phone number will be passed onto their courier, UPS, who use the data to print labels for routing the packages within their system, to you.
STAMPIN’ UP! PRIVACY NOTICE
Stampin’ Up! use your data in a variety of ways to track what is selling to help with our inventory levels in each market. You can read Stampin’ Up!s full privacy notice by clicking HERE.
SUBSCRIBING TO MY NEWSLETTER AND WEBSITE UPDATES
You can unsubscribe from my mailing system at any time, using the unsubscribe link at the bottom of all my emails.
JOINING MY TEAM AND THE STAMPIN’ UP! COMMUNITY
By Joining my Team, you are choosing me as your Stampin’ Up! Team Leader. Stampin’ Up! provides me with your information via my demonstrator website, which is also passed to my Team Leader. This is done, so that they too can reach out to you. In the unlikely event of your direct Leader leaving, the next leader up the line would then become yours. With commission being earned from Stampin’ Up! on the sales their team members place, a leader requires this information to be kept for Tax purposes.
I like to send out reward and recognitions, general team gifts and Birthday announcements to all my three levels of Demonstrators, which includes those who have joined Teams of those Demonstrators who signed up under me. I also like to send out invitations to Team Events and thus use the information given to Stampin’ Up! to be able to do this.
QUESTIONS OR ACCESS TO INFORMATION
The Act gives you the right to access information held about you. Your right of access can be exercised in accordance with the Act. You will not have to pay a fee to access your personal data. If you have any questions about how I use your data, then please don’t hesitate to get in contact. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and include GDPR in the subject line.