The Taxi Firm Ltd is commented to keeping your data your safe and we takes care to comply with the requirements of the UK Data Protection Act 1998 relating to the personal information you supply on the Site. Our website uses a number of methods of security measures that protects your information from unauthorised use. However, as no data transmissions over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us and you do so at your own risk.
HOW WE COLLECT DATA
We collect personal Data by following means:
- Information that is requested and submitted by you over the website in the form on online bookings, Requesting a call back and includes details such as name, email address ,telephone numbers and credit card and debit card payments.
- Information that is collected over the phone when you make a phone booking.
HOW WE STORE YOUR DATA
Your data is secured securely onto our company hosted servers.
HOW WE USE YOUR DATA
We may use your data in communicating with you or your clients using our services, To manage your queries or requests, or manage credit or debit card payments for use of our services. We may monitor customer traffic patterns, Site usage and related Site information in order to optimise your use of the Site and we may give aggregated statistics to a reputable third-party, but these statistics will include no information personally identifying you.
SERVICE PROVIDER AND SUBCONTRACTORS
We may share your personal details excluding your bank details to third party in providing direct or indirect services to you.
We may collect, use or disclose your data if permitted by law or required to do so by law or where we believe such action is necessary in order to protect or defend us or other third parties against error, negligence, breach of contract, theft, fraud and other illegal or harmful activity and to comply with our audit and security requirements.
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