Under the Data Protection Act 1998, we (GoingBankrupt.co.uk) have a legal duty to protect information we collect from you, and tell you how we use this information.
We collect two kinds of information from visitors to this website
- Personal Information via telephone & submitted enquiries.
- Site Usage Information from cookies and log files.
How We Use Your Personal Information.
In making an enquiry on this website, you are accepting our need to share your information. We may need to contact other companies within our Group to service your enquiry. We may need to pass your information to our finance suppliers, agents and/or other third parties.
Once we have replied to your initial enquiry, we keep it on record for 12 months for reference, marketing and auditing purposes. If you enter into further discussion with us, your information will be kept indefinitely and we will contact you annually to update it.
You have a legal right to instruct us not to contact you for marketing purposes.
To do so, please write to:
Access To Your Information
You have a legal right to see any information we hold about you.
For a copy of your record there is an £10 admin fee.
To see your records, please write to:
Third Party Cookies
In places on this site we embed functionality and content from the likes of YouTube, FaceBook and Twitter etc. Pages with this embedded content may present cookies from these websites. GoingBankrupt.co.uk does not control the dissemination of these cookies. You should check the relevant third party website for more information about these.
We use Google for paid advertising. When you visit this site by that channel, a cookie is stored on your device (subject to your privacy settings), which allows us to re-target you with ads once you leave this site and visit other websites which use Google to display ads. Google calls this retargeting, the more general name is re-marketing. You may opt-out of this method of advertising from Google – visit Google Privacy.
Like Cookies, log files allow us to record usage of this site. We use this information for analytical purposes as understanding patterns of user behaviour helps us improve our website. Log files do not contain personal information and they are not used to identify individual patterns of use of the site.