Hello! I’m Rowan, and I am the face behind Invitations to Play.
When you subscribe to my blog, I collect personal data from you which includes your name and your email address. This is so that I can send you a quick message to notify you that I have published a blog post. I will never use your data for a different purpose, without explicitly asking you first, i.e. if you subscribe to my blog, I won’t send you special offers on my products or services. I will hold this data until you unsubscribe.
When you purchase a product or service from my shop, I collect personal data from you which includes your name, your email address and your postal address. I ask for your email address so that I can send you a quick message to notify you that your order has dispatched, or that it is ready for collection. I also have a way to contact you if there is a problem with your order. I ask for your postal address so that I can send you your order. I will never use your data for a different purpose, without explicitly asking you first, i.e. if you buy a product or service from my shop, I won’t subscribe you to my blog. I will hold this data for a period of seven years from date of purchase, and then delete.
Your data is stored in my personal computer which is password protected. I have up to date internet security in place, and a further password is required to access my website where your data is stored. I do not store a paper copy of your data.
If you purchase a service or product from Invitations to Play via a third party application, such as PayPal or Stripe, then your data may also be passed on to that website. I will never sell your information or pass it on to third parties.
You have a right to be forgotten. If you have subscribed to my blog, but wish for your data to be deleted, please unsubscribe. You can do this at the end of every email you receive from me. If you experience any problems, please do get in touch. If you have purchased a product or service from me, but wish for your data to be deleted, please let me know.
You have a right to complain to the ICO (that’s the Information Commissioner’s Office) if you think there is a problem with the way I am handling your data.
Please do get in touch with me if you have any questions about the way I am handling your data.
Thanks for reading!