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Use of personal information
Personal information provided to Mercury Legal Online via mercurylegal.co.uk, social media accounts, surveys, events and registration of emails and telephone calls will be used for the purposed outlined at the time of collection or registration. Personal contact data will be collected and processed by Mercury Legal Online for the following purposes:
– To provide goods and services requested
– Statistical analysis of site or channel use
– Marketing, advertising and promotions: including notification of events, workshops and occasionally selected partners according to the preferences you have indicated via the online preference pages
Processing personal data for the above purposes may entail sharing the information with employees, contractors, agents and professional advisors of the Mercury Legal Online. However, written agreements exist between Mercury Legal Online and such parties that safe guard your personal information that prevents it from being disclosed with third parties.
If you wish to make changes to the personal information Mercury Legal Online hold, or change the way we or sister companies communication with you, you can do so using the methods below.
Making changes to your personal data:
Changes to the details Mercury Legal Online has on you can be made in writing:
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Or by phone: 0800 122 3130
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