Respecting your privacy
At Silent Bridesmaid we are committed to protecting your privacy. This polity explains how we collect, store, disseminate and use your information. This policy covers Silent Bridesmaid and any related companies.
Silent Bridesmaid may collect personal information from you in a number of ways. We may collect personal information form you directly or from a third party provider where such information can be legally obtained. For example when you:
- register to use our website;
- choose to advertise on our website;
- purchase goods, planning or fulfilment services from Silent Bridesmaid;
- purchase goods or services from other suppliers;
- subscribe to receive newsletter and alerts;
- contact us for any other reason;
- post or contribute material to our website;
- participate in our brides community; and
- register upcoming events.
The information collected from third party providers will be limited to our suppliers and will include information that can be obtained from other directory listings, business websites and social media listings and posts. At no time will Silent Bridesmaid collect information on an individual from a third party without the express permission of that individual.
We will also collect de-identified data which will provide us with information such as your IP address, browser type and how you use our website. This information cannot identify you personally and is only used to measure and enhance the effectiveness and desirability of our services.
Your personal information may be used in the course of our normal business activities, which may providing you with newsletter and alerts. From time to time, and where appropriate we may use your information to send you exclusive offers from our suppliers. Should you do not wish to receive this type of material from us, simply contact us or use the unsubscribe feature.
Silent Bridesmaid will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the information collected about you is kept secure. We will only make your information available to a third party if it is required or authorised by law.