Under Article 17 of the GDPR you have the right to have your personal data erased. The ‘right to be forgotten’ means we will delete all data that we collect about your business, such as (but not limited to) passwords, phone numbers, list of services and addresses upon request.
Whilst we will delete all data we collect about your business, we reserve the right to keep a record of those who requested ‘the right to be forgotten’ by keeping the name of the business, the requester and the date of the request. This record is kept for monitoring purposes only and will not be shared, sold or leased.
You have the right to request your data to be erased if:
- The data is no longer necessary;
- You withdraw your consent;
- We are processing the data without your consent;
- We are processing your personal data for direct marketing purposes without your consent;
- We have processed the personal data unlawfully;
- We are legally required to do so;
- We have processed the personal data of a minor without their guardian’s consent.
If we think your request to be forgotten is unfounded or excessive we reserve the right to:
- Request a “reasonable fee”
- Refuse your request
If you would like your data to be erased from our records please contact us.
Your data will be erased within 7 working days following our acknowledgement of your request.