The Post Lady is committed to ensuring that the privacy of our visitors is safeguarded at all times.
This section explains what happens to your information when you fill in the registration section of our website.
This section is regularly reviewed to ensure we are still operating the best policy for our service users and complying with all up to date laws, legislations and advice.
When you register, you will enter your name, home address, postal address if different to your home address, email address and mobile phone number.
You will be asked to tick a box to confirm you have read our terms and conditions and then you will click the Paypal button to subscribe to the service. You are then taken to Paypal where you will be required to pay for the service. Paypal do not pass any of your payment information to us. We therefore do not store any financial information with regards to bank accounts or card numbers and can not take any further payments from you without your consent.
You will be required to send proof of your international address by way of a scanned letter or photo upload of a letter with your name and the address. Once this has been confirmed acceptable by our team, it is immediately destroyed.
We will only hold the information your have provided on registration for the duration of your contracted term. Any information relating to a cancelled contract will be deleted within 30 days.
By providing your personal details to us, you agree to The Post Lady storing and using your data for the means specified above. Your information will not be used for any other reason than to forward your post to you.
We do everything in our power to protect the information you provide and take reasonable steps to ensure that your data is stored securely.
Obviously when sending information over the internet we can never guarantee 100% security of your data. Therefore sending your information via registration or by email is entirely at your own risk.
Your information will never be shared with anyone other than for the reasons stated above and in the circumstances as follows. If the business is sold to a buyer, where we are legally required to by law or to reduce the risk of fraud.
You have the right to access any information we hold about you. If you have any further questions regarding the safeguarding of your information, please click here.