YOUR PERSONAL DETAILS
Chorley Group is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998. The information collected is used for Chorley Group's business purposes, which is the marketing of the sale of cars and associated products and services. By sending Chorley Group information, you agree that such information is not confidential and that Chorley Group can use the information. Chorley Group will keep and use this information (and any other information which it may hold about you from time to time) now and in the future (i) to provide you with information on products and services which may be of interest to you; (ii) for the purposes of conducting market research; and (iii) to provide you with agreed goods and services. If you would prefer not to receive mail and telephone calls providing information about products and services from us or such third parties, please inform Chorley Group that you wish to opt out of receiving such information. In accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, you may apply to see what "personal data" Chorley Group holds in respect of you. Please contact Chorley Group for further details. If you are an existing customer, Chorley Group must be allowed to go on using your personal information in order to administer its relationship with you. An example might be that you have a contract of lease or hire. Chorley Group may be legally obliged to keep that information on file after the end of the relationship.
CONTACTING CHORLEY GROUP
If you need to contact Chorley Group please mail, Chorley Group, Head Office, Ackhurst Road, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 1NN. You can e-mail Chorley Group on firstname.lastname@example.org
AUTOMATIC COLLECTION OF NON-PERSONAL DATA
Non-personal information may be collected about you automatically as you use the site (for example the type of internet browser that you use or the site from which you came). You cannot be identified from this but it helps Chorley Group to improve the site (for example by seeing which pages are popular and which are not). When you visit the site, information may be stored on your computer automatically using the function commonly called a "cookie". A "cookie" means that you do not need to re-key information each time you come on the site. Your computer may allow you to block "cookies" should you wish to do so. Technological advances mean that safety measures are in place and will continue to be improved to safeguard you and your privacy.