This website and all of its content is fully owned by company owner Largip Limited, 632 Huddersfield Road, Lees, Oldham, England, OL4 3NLM, Registration No. 12661904. All users must be of at least 18 years of age to use this website. Any users under the age of 18 wishing to use this website must first have the consent of a parent before doing so.
To fully use the features of this website including the ability to download and use courses and eBooks requires all users to set up an account with us which requires you to provide some personally identifiable information.
This could include information such as your name, your email address and any other contact information as well as payment information needed to process your orders.
All users must provide accurate information when setting up an account with us and failure to do so will result in a loss of our services.
Why do we collect information about you?
- In order to fulfil our business obligations to you.
- In order for us to fulfil any legal obligations
- Information may also be used for legitimate business interest, for reasons including: to run, grow and develop the business, to operate the website and its services, to carry out any research or statistical analysis, to carry out any marketing or business development or for any internal or administrative auditing purposes.
How do we store your personal data?
What do we do with your personal information?
Information that is collected from users is used in the following ways:
- In order to present users with services in an effective manner
- To provide you with information and products which we feel you may be interested in
- In order to fulfil the terms of our business contracts with customers
- To ensure that payments are processed securely
- To allow users to take part in any interactive features on the website.
Who do we share personal information with?
Personal information is only ever shared with trusted partners within the company in order to fulfil business obligations, group administration, compliance or tax purposes.
We sometimes work with third parties to support our business. This could include for example working with a third party in order to process payments. If your data is required for a third party use then we will always take all reasonable steps to ensure that your data is protected and we only ever work with third party providers who also adhere to our strict privacy measures.
We always use the right level of security depending on the type of data that is being stored. As with all internet platforms and accounts, it is very important that you keep your account information private and that you do not let anyone else have your password or provide access to your account. You must not share your account information or password with any other third parties. If you think that someone else has managed to get into your account then you are responsible for changing your password and account information immediately.
Rights regarding personal information
The users have the following rights:
- The right to have a copy of the personal information that we hold about you
- The right to withdraw consent to have your personal data used by us at any time
- The right to receive a copy of the data that we store about you
- The right to ask us to delete the personal data that we have about you or to restrict how it is used
- The right to ask us not to use your personal contact information to send you marketing emails or materials
What are the lawful bases for processing data?
We will only ever collect and process your personal information when we have the lawful bases to do so. This includes having your consent, having a contract as well as having a legitimate business interest to do so.
We rely on your consent to be able to process any of your personal data at any time and as explained above you have the right to withdraw this consent at any time. You also have the right to object to this where we rely on legitimate interests.
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