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Our Commitment to Your Privacy
MeMeMe Means Business is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Where we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, e.g. your first name and email when you sign up for a freebie or to join our mailing list to receive our (rather epic) regular newsletter we promise we’ll keep it safely stashed away in our MailChimp Vaults and never ever share it. Not even with our mums.
Just two lovely ladies have access to the MeMeMe Means Business mailing list data. Kerry Brind (founder, creative, disorganised) and Victoria Lofthouse (all round epic organisational skills). Both are swotted up on their GDPR roles and responsibilities.
What we collect
We may collect the following information from you:
- Email address
- Favourite doughnut filling (just kidding)
What we do with the information we collect
We require this information so that we can contact you with fabulous advice, tips, hacks and details of training that we think you’ll like. Occasionally we might send you details about someone else’s business, but only if we like them and know they’re super epic fab. We never, ever share your details. Ever.
We do my best to keep your information and this website secure, but let’s face it, there’s always some trouble-making ner-do-well hacker out there trying to break or nick things so we can’t promise anything.
- Our main mailing list is held by Mailchimp – we hear they’re pretty good at keep your details safe. Hurray!
- Our website is password protected and we also use the WordFence Security plugin
Links to other websites
We often link to other sources of information in our blogs and include links in our guest blogger bios. We are not responsible for the security and GDPR compliance of these websites. So if you click on a link from this site then that site breaks your computer or does nasty things with your data, it’s not our fault. Harsh but fair.
Controlling your personal information
The Data Protection Act 1998 says that if you request it we have to provide any information we have about you. This means if you say “please provide any information you have on me” we’ll probably provide you with a screenshot of your name in MailChimp. It won’t be very interesting… If you decide that you no longer want to hear from the MeMeMe Means Business team then just click the ‘unsubscribe’ link which can be found at the bottom of all our emails. Give it a quick click and you’ll never hear from us again.
Unless you re-subscribe, in which case, welcome back! We missed you.