Privacy Policy 2017-11-13T20:51:44+00:00

Privacy Policy

What Information We Collect

On our site(s), there are pages where you will be requested to enter
private information in order to receive specific benefits of
information in response. This data may include your name, email
address, and street address.

If you are signing up to a paid service from us, we (or our payment
provider) may additionally request your billing information, such as
card details and billing address.

We also may use cookies on our site(s) in order to track your
particular ‘session’ on our site. This is not used for contextual
advertising purposes and, in general, is not directly traceable to you.
We use Google Analytics on some of our sites in order to track the
number of visitors, how those visitors came to our site, and which
pages those visitors visit on our site(s). This is all handled under
Google’s privacy policy.

What We Do With Your Information

We may use your information in order to track your relationship with
us and our site(s) as well as to send you emails about information you
have requested or other information or promotions specifically
relevant to Go Surf and its activities. Essentially, your data will
only be used for the specific purposes for which it was collected (as
per the Data Protection Act.

We may, occasionally, send surveys or even direct one-to-one mail in
order to manage our customer service processes.

We do NOT share your information with third parties, we do NOT share
your email addresses with sponsors or any third parties, and we do NOT
run exclusive ‘sponsored’ emails on behalf of third parties. We may,
however, have sponsors or advertisers for emails you would otherwise
be choosing to receive but will not send mails specifically for the
purpose of advertising third parties or their products.

Please note that we do not store credit/debit card numbers nor do we
share customer details with any 3rd parties.

Information will not be disclosed to other parties without the consent
of the individual whom it is about, unless there is legislation or
other overriding legitimate reason to share the information (for
example, the prevention or detection of crime).