At Master Clutch Auto centers we take customer privacy very seriously and will only use your personal data in a lawful and fair manner. We, Master Clutch Auto centers are responsible for the treatment. You can contact any time to our data protection manager
The Purpose and Basis Of The Processing:
The processing of personal data is carried out for the following reasons:
- Client administration - Legal and legitimate contractual interest
- Security and crime prevention: legitimate interest
- Marketing communications: consent
If personal data is processed on a contractual basis, failure to provide personal data could result in us not being able to provide you with a service.
The legitimate interest of a data controller to process:
- Customer administration data is used to monitor inquiry requests and ensure that Master Clutch Auto centers websites are not misused by competitors.
- Crime Prevention and Security Data - This is to prevent crime and ensure adequate security.
We will never share your personal information with anyone other than our staff. We may share your data with the following third parties acting on our behalf:
- Claims facilitators: Arbitration, insurers and attorneys.
- Security and crime prevention
- ICT and telephony providers
- Marketing agencies
- Payment providers
- Website, CRM and system developers
- Job Providers
Your personal data will not be kept for more than 6 years after your last contact with us. After that, your data will be deleted.
You have the right, in addition to the information contained in this privacy notice, you also have the right to access, rectify and erase your personal data, limit it, transport it and oppose the processing of Master Clutch Auto motive centers. You can also raise your consent for us to proceed your personal data.
To do this, contact Master Clutch Auto centers as the data controller using the contact details of our data protection officer found in the first section.
If you are not satisfied with our response to your request or believe that we are not processing your personal data in a lawful or fair manner, you can file a complaint with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).