Welcome to our web site and thank you for reading our Privacy Notice.
Simplify Claims appreciates it obligations to maintain any data collected through our website in a secure environment and to maintain your privacy.
If you wish to make any comments on any of the articles posted on our website, then we ask do you to complete a registration form collating certain private data. The purpose of this registration process, that requests your details, is to allow the moderators of our website to assess the relevance of the proposed post. By entering your details on the registration to submit a comment on our website, you agree that Simplify Claims Ltd. will maintain a record of your details. We shall maintain your registration on the site for a period of 5 years, from the date your last submitted comment. We may at some point during that time contact you to advise you of developments within our organisation.
Currently, whilst your name and email address are stored as a user of our website, Simplify Claims appreciate your right to privacy apart for the purpose above, will not use your data nor share the data you provided during the registration process.
Cookies are small files that are stored on a user’s computer when they visit a website, and can be used to store user preferences, details relating to the current user’s session (e.g. display name or shopping cart details), or for tracking purposes – e.g. to find out how many users visited the site and what pages they visited. Simplify Claims, though its use of Google Analytics, use some cookies to anonymously track visitors. We use these Google cookies to gather information about our visitors; what browsers our users are using to view our products, what times of day the site is accessed and where these users are accessing the sites from. This information helps us design the best user experience possible for site visitors.
Google has is own safeguarding policy to which we direct you to below.
Given the new EU GDPR Google also provides an product that allows you to opt out of the collection of this data. Please follow the instructions through the link below if you wish to block the collection of this metadata.
If you have any concerns or require any more information about how we use data collected on our website, please contact us by emailing email@example.com or in writing to our registered address, being 49 Middle Bourne Lane, Farnham, Surrey, UK GU10 3NJ