PB Legal Services Privacy Policy

This privacy policy is intended for this website alone [http://pblegalservices.com] and governs the privacy of the users who choose to visit it.

This policy covers each of the areas where user privacy is concerned and outlines both the obligations and requirements of website users, the website itself, and the website’s owners. The way this website processes, stores and protects its user data and any information gathered will also be covered within this policy.

The Website

This website along with its owners take a proactive approach to user privacy, and have taken steps to protect the privacy of users throughout their visiting experience.

Use of Cookies

This website uses cookies to improve the user experience of visitors to the website. Where applicable this website uses a cookie control system that allows the user (during their first visit to the website) to confirm or deny the use of cookies during their session. This complies with legislative requirements for websites to obtain consent from a particular user before cookies are left on a user’s computer / device, or any information is gathered.

Cookies are files which are saved to a user’s hard drive that track, save and store information about a user’s interaction and use of a particular website. Cookies allow a website to provide its users with a specific experience within the website.

If you wish to deny the use and respective saving of cookies from this website on to your computer users are advised to take the necessary steps within their web browser security settings to block every cookie from this website (and any external serving vendors).

This website uses Google Analytics tracking software to monitor visitors and better understand how they interact with the website. This software also uses cookies to track visitors. The software will save cookies to a computers hard drive which allows it to track and monitor both your engagement and use of the website. At no time will it store, save or collect personal information. For more information please refer to Google’s privacy policy [http://www.google.com/privacy.html].

External vendors may store additional cookies on your computers hard drive, such as when the website uses referral programs, sponsored links or advertisements. These cookies are primarily used for conversion/referral tracking and normally expire after 30 days. Again, these cookies do not collect, store or save any personal information.

Contact & Communication

Users who contact this website (and/or its owners) do so at their own discretion. Any personal details provided are done so at their own risk. To comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, any personal information received is kept private and securely stored until it is no longer required. The website has taken every effort to ensure the form submission process is safe and secure, however users are advised that using such forms are done so at their own risk.

The information submitted to a website and the owners are used to provide better solutions regarding the products / services on offer, and the better answer any questions you have raised. In some instances, your details may be used to subscribe to the websites newsletter program, but this will be only done so if your express permission has been granted. You may also be subscribed if you have previously purchased or enquired about a product or service the newsletter specifically relates to. Of course, this is by no means an entire list of your rights in regard to receiving email marketing material, but the most important detail remains. We will not pass your details on to any third parties.

Email Newsletter

This website runs an email newsletter, which is used to inform its subscribers about the products and services on offer. Users can subscribe through the automated process on the website, and do so at their own discretion. Sometimes a subscription may be manually processed after prior written agreement is obtained from the user.