Avasam values our relationship with our customers, and the trust our customers place in us. As such, we are very careful how we treat their personal information when it is in our care. When accessing our website (www.avasam.com), services offered or apps, you consent to the terms of this policy and agree to be bound by it and the terms & conditions.

Please read this policy carefully, so that you can make informed decisions about sharing your data with us. Where the defined terms are common with our terms & conditions, they share the same meaning. The policy defines the guidelines, obligations & requirements that apply Avasam, it’s staff, it’s customers and users of the website.

This policy contains details of how the information is stored, processed and utilized.

The website

As a UK-based website, the site and its owners take all appropriate steps to protect the privacy of users throughout their visit. This website complies with all applicable laws, regulations, and requirements for user privacy.

Personal information

Avasam provide a range of products and services to online sellers and other businesses. These products and services are designed to help them achieve better performance individually and at a business level with the resources available to them, as well as adding new capabilities to their team.

As part of this, we may store personal information about individuals and companies that includes sensitive personal information. We define “personal information” as information that can be used to identify individuals, and includes, but isn’t limited to:

Name

Email address

Postal address

Postal code

Telephone number

Bank information

Company Name

Marketplace IDs

MAC address

We define “sensitive personal information” as information that can be used to identify individuals, and includes, but isn’t limited to:

Gender

We may collect this information at a number of different times. These include:

  • Registering to use an app or service
  • Expanding your use of additional functionality within an app or service
  • Commenting on a blog article
  • Contacting the support team
  • Contacting the business development team
  • Direct contact & communication
  • Interacting with external organisations and services

You contact this website and/or it’s owners at your own discretion. We store your details privately and securely when required, or with your specific permission (as detailed in the general data protection regulations). We make every effort reasonable to secure information submitted by email, also (including forms), but warn customers and other users that information is submitted at their own risk.

The information you provide while using this website may used to provide you with additional information about the products and services we offer with your permission, including answering any questions you may have. We will not pass your details on to third parties.

Email marketing and newsletters

We may offer you the ability to subscribe your email communications or newsletters, but you would need to give explicit permission at the time for us to use the information. We will always provide the option to unsubscribe, whether in the email itself or by emailing us at [email protected] and asking us to remove you from our list. This is in compliance with UK spam laws and the privacy and electronic communications regulations 2003. Our email information services may include offering specific email alerts relating to areas of interest you have enquired about or pursued with us previously, where you have indicated a preference.

This is not an exhaustive list of your user rights regarding contacting you by email. We will not pass your details on to third parties except where that is necessary to provide these services, such as with a mail software provider like MailChimp.

External links

While this website only looks to include quality, safe and relevant links to external websites and resources, users advised to adopt a cautious policy before clicking on external links on this web site, or within our apps (an external link is defined as text or images, including ‘banners’, that will launch/lead to another website. An example would be the BBC, or the United Nations).

As these sites are outside of the control of the owners of this website, their content cannot be verified or guaranteed past the time when the link is created. Users should, therefore, be aware that they click on any such link at their own risk, and the website, it’s owners or staff cannot be held liable for any damages or implications caused by or arising from clicking on a link.

Social media platforms

Any communications, engagement or other actions taken through external social media platforms that this website and the owners of this website participate in are covered by the terms and conditions (and privacy policies) held by the social/media platform(s) involved respectively.

You, as a user, are advised to use social media wisely, and cautiously. You should apply care with regards to your personal information and privacy. This website, or its employees, will never ask for personal or payment details via social media and encourage users wishing to discuss such matters to contact us via primary communication channels such as the telephone or email.

This website may use social sharing buttons to share content we post via various social media platforms directly. Users are advised that using such buttons is at their own discretion, and to remember that the social media platform may save information about that share, it’s the originating point, and other data available to it, and making information available to ourselves as the originators of the post.