The Policy is effective from May 15th 2018, and incorporates the requirements of the European General Data Protection Regulation, (GDPR). We may need to make changes from time to time, and any updates will be recorded here.
‘We’ in this policy refers to Travel Buff Ltd. We trade as booksellers and publishers under the following names - Daunt Books, The Owl Bookshop, Hart’s Books and The Marlow Bookshop.
Our registered office is at 83 Marylebone High Street London W1U 4QW. For the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation we are the ‘Data Controller’.
The information we collect and use may include your name, address, email address, IP address, telephone number and credit card details. When you order a subscription, we may collect from you the details of third parties in order to deliver the requested service. Subscriptions for children may include their names and addresses.
We use your personal information when we process your orders, take payment and provide you with goods and services that you purchase from us. If you ask us to send goods to someone else, we may collect and use their information to complete your order.
When you sign-up to receive our email newsletters, we collect your personal information in order accurately to provide you with the information you have requested. We also collect information that helps to guide us in providing you with this service - for instance how often you open our emails.
When you sign-up to our loyalty schemes, we use your information to identify you when you shop with us and to record the amount of your purchases accurately in order to provide you with the scheme’s rewards. When you ask your details to be added to our customer files, we hold and use those details to improve our service to you.
When a customer buys a subscription for themselves, we collect and use their information in order to provide the service. When a customer buys a subscription for someone else, we collect and use that 3rd party’s personal information to provide the service to them
When you email us, telephone, or contact us in person, we will only hold and use your details where they are necessary to reply to your request, complaint or enquiry.
In general we only rely on consent as a lawful basis for using your information in relation to sending you email newsletters. You can withdraw your consent at any time – Please see the section on Your Rights.
On the whole we rely on the fact that using your information or that of 3rd parties is necessary to perform a contract for the sale of goods or services, or where it is necessary for the pursuit of our legitimate interests, including: increasing sales, encouraging customer growth and loyalty, understanding customers’ behaviour, preferences and needs, providing customers with a high level of accurate service and improving that service, providing an expected service in relation to subscriptions, handling customer enquiries and complaints and preventing and detecting crime.
We never sell your information or allow it to be used by 3rd parties for marketing. We may share your information with selected third parties for some of the purposes explained in the section explaining how we use the information we collect, including:
Most of the processing of personal information we carry out is within the UK and the European Economic Area. (EEA) Where it is processed by a third party outside of the EEA we make sure that your information is protected to the same level that it would be within it.
In general we keep your information only as long as is necessary to provide you with the goods or services you have requested. After that we do not retain personal information, except where required to comply with legal or contractual obligations - for instance to comply with the policies of some credit card companies.
We protect your information by ensuring that access to it in any form is strictly monitored and limited, by keeping effective data protection software in place wherever information is stored digitally, and by monitoring and protecting our website with appropriate security measures. We only select trusted 3rd parties to process your information on our behalf.
You have the rights explained below in relation to the ways that we use your information, and you can exercise them by contacting the Data Protection Manager by telephone (020 7224 2295), in writing at 83 Marylebone High Street, London W1U 4QW, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
You can ask us to provide a copy of any personal information we hold about you. This is known as a Subject Access Request, and once we have verified your identity, we will respond within 30 days. This is provided free of charge, but repeat requests for the same information may incur a processing fee, as will manifestly unfounded excessive or repetitive requests. The charge will reflect the cost of fulfilling the request.
You can request that we correct any personal information if it is inaccurate or out of date.
You can request that your personal information is permanently removed from our databases and systems where it is no longer necessary for us to hold on to it.
You can withdraw permission you have previously given to us to use your information where we are relying on that permission as a lawful basis for using it.
You have the right to ask that we provide you with your personal information in a form that can be easily used if you choose to move it to another organization, and where possible, to send it to them directly. (This applies only where we are using consent or the need to perform a contract as a lawful basis for using your information.)
Where there is a dispute in relation to the accuracy of the information we hold or the way we are using it, you have the right to ask that we stop using your information any further.
Where we are relying on our legitimate interest as a lawful basis for using your information, you have the right to object to us using it.
Beyond these statutory rights, if you are not happy about our use of personal information, you can complain to us using the contact details above, and we will do our best to put things right. If you remain unhappy, or wish to complain to the regulatory authorities, you can contact the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) by telephone on 0303 123 1113, via their website at https://ico.org.uk/concerns/ or in writing to the Information Commissioner's Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire. SK9 5AF.