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Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement - Preston Computers

We will let you know:

  • When we collect information about you
  • What Information we collect and hold about you and why we are collecting such information
  • How this information is used by us and the organizations, or types of organizations that the information would usually be disclosed to
  • If the law requires the collection of such information
  • The consequences, if any, of you not disclosing such information
  • That you can access this information
  • How you can access this information
  • How you can correct this information if it is not correct



Collection of personal information

Preston Computers does not collect personal information unless the information is needed in order for us to carry out specific
functions and activities. We only collect such information by lawful and fair means and in an unobtrusive way. You may be required to provide us with personal information about yourself or others each time you contact us by phone, fax, letter or email. We need this information in order to provide you with our services and/or products. The information will be used and managed as follows:

Disclosure of personal information and marketing

We will use and disclose your personal information for the primary purposes of our business or for a purpose related to our primary
purpose such as marketing, only where you consent to such disclosure or such disclosure is permitted by the Act. In
we will use such information to market products and services offered by Preston Computers to you unless you have indicated
that you do not wish to receive such marketing offers or materials. Such a request can be made to our Privacy Officer.
We will in such circumstances only use the personal information provided for the sole purpose of providing the service you have requested.
Preston Computers may utilise the services of contractors from time to time for the purposes of marketing and undertaking services as
promoted by Preston Computers. Your personal information will be provided to these businesses for the purposes of ensuring that our
services are marketed to you or to enable a service to be provided to you.
We will not otherwise provide your personal information to a third party without your approval.


Security and access of personal information

The personal information you have provided to us will be kept confidential and secure and will not be accessible for unauthorised use,
amendment or disclosure. Only Preston Computers staff who have been trained on our privacy policy will have access to such
information. You are able to access the personal information we hold about you at any time by contacting our Privacy Officer by phone, fax
or e-mail.


Ensuring accuracy of the personal information we hold

Preston Computers will attempt to ensure that the personal information we hold about you is accurate, up to date and complete.
To assist us in doing so, please provide us with correct information and inform us if your details change. Details of any changes to your
information can be made by fax or e-mail. If we deny you access to or deny a request for correction of your information we will
provide you with the reasons for this action and inform you of any important circumstances.


Preston Computers Privacy Policy

Due to the importance of your privacy, our privacy policy will be reviewed and monitored regularly. A copy of our privacy policy is
available by contacting our Privacy Officer.

Preston Computers Privacy Complaint Process

If you are concerned about the way in which Preston Computers has handled your personal information, please contact our Privacy Officer
with your complaint. We may then issue you with a privacy complaint form, which you will be required to complete and return
to us. This will ensure a prompt investigation into your complaint. If we have not handled your personal information in an
appropriate way we will take the necessary steps to relieve your concerns.
If you are still concerned, you may contact the Privacy Commissioner