Last updated: 22/02/2020
When you use and access services and content from Emma Bee Creates via emmabeecreates.com, I, Emma Bee, collect certain data from you in order to provide a professional and consistent level of service and to develop and adapt my business to perform at its very best. Data collection also allows you to receive communications from Emma Bee Creates, to enquire about and purchase goods and services from Emma Bee Creates, and to interact with sections of the site such as in blog comments. You are always in control of your data. If you have any questions about your data please email me at email@example.com.
By giving your data to Emma Bee Creates, you warrant to us that you are over 13 years old.
What data do I collect and why?
1. Anonymous data
I collect cookie data with the legitimate interest of helping me to provide a relevant and easy to use website, by applying Google Analytics to my pages. This allows me to see customer journeys, drop off points and durations of visits to my site. I use this to amend the design and information I provide to altogether give a better user experience. This data is anonymised and cannot be attributed to any one individual.
2. Personal data – name and email address for contact forms
When you submit an equiry to Emma Bee Creates via the contact form, you give me explicit consent to use your name and email address for communications relating to your enquiry. Your information is stored by me, and will never be shared by Emma Bee Creates to another party. I promise never to send you anything spammy.
3. Personal data – name, email address, postal address and financial information for contracts, purchases and payments
When you purchase or enquire after goods or services from Emma Bee Creates, you initiate a contract – or view to a contract – for which I must process your personal information. This applies to quotations for design services, requests for custom orders and direct sales. I will use this information for as long as I provide you with a service and will then store your records after completion of the service for my accounting and evidence needs for seven years, after which your information will be permanently deleted. If you decide to cancel your order – or not to proceed with a quote – I will delete your information one year after all communication regarding the order or quote ends. This is to provide evidence for myself should any case be raised of missing work or products.
Any data disclosed by you in the discussion of custom orders where the buyer is not the intended recipient will be treated with the same levels of privacy.
How I collect data
If you use the Emma Bee Creates email address to make contact, or complete forms on this website, you will be providing Emma Bee Creates with your data. This includes activities such as; submitting comments, using the contact form, enquiring for further information, requesting goods, content or services, making a purchase and providing feedback.
Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website.
Please refer to the individual privacy policies for each company for more information on how they use your data.
Under data privacy law, you have the right to;
- Request access to your personal data
- Request an amendment to your personal data
- Request that your personal data be erased
- Object to processing of your personal data
- Request restriction of processing your personal data
- Request transfer of your personal data
- Withdraw consent
You can do this by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I may ask for further specific information in order to verify you identity in the event of such a request as a security measure, and to prevent data being released to anyone who does not have the right to recieve it.
If you need to raise a complaint, please email me at email@example.com so that I can look to resolve any problem you may have. You also have the right to raise a complaint with your local data protection authority.