Ambrow Limited Terms and Conditions
This web site is owned and operated by Ambrow Limited and is made available to you on the following terms and conditions. By using the site and the services available on it you are deemed to accept these terms and conditions and any additional terms and conditions which expressly apply to services and information provided by third parties.
We try to ensure continuous availability of the site and all the services available on it but accept no responsibility for the consequences of interruptions or delays, however caused. We may, additionally, alter the design and specification of the site at any time.
Links to external websites
Occasionally we will provide a link to an external or third party website. Ambrow Limited is not responsible for any information on these websites, and you therefore indemnify Ambrow Limited from any liability resulting from your use of these websites.
Limitation of liability
Our liability, and the liability of our third party suppliers, for any loss or damage suffered by you as the result of your use of this site is limited to your actual direct damages and, except in the case of fraud, excludes any loss of future earnings, profit or prospects or any consequential or speculative loss. As required by law, this exclusion does not extend to death or personal injury caused by our negligence.
Ambrow Limited's online service is committed to protecting the privacy of our users. We want to provide a safe and secure user experience. We will ensure that the information you submit to us via our website at https://www.ambrow.com remains private, and is only used for the purposes set out in this policy.
The information you provide
To be able top fulfil our contract obligations with you, we have to collect certain types of information to allow us to communicate with you. This essential contact information is obtained by your consent and stored securely for the purposes of carrying out our contract with you. Under the GDPR the processing of personal data is only permitted if it is done "lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner".
Your right to erasure under the GDPR
Article 17 of the GDPR outlines the data subject's right to erasure, also known as the right to be forgotten. It gives each data subject the right to request that a controller erase the subject's personal data. It also requires the controller to comply with any such request "without undue delay" as long as one of six specific legal grounds applies. On top of this, it states that in cases where the controller has made personal data public, the controller must reach out to any other controller who is processing the data and inform them about the request for erasure so that the appropriate steps can be taken. Finally, Article 17 lays out several exceptions where the right to erasure does not apply. These include instances when processing of data is necessary for "exercising the right of freedom of expression and information," for "compliance with a legal obligation," or for "the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims." At Ambrow, we are committed to fully complying with the rules under the GDPR and will action any requests without undue delay.
The information we collect and how we use it
The personal details you submit via our contact page, are held and used by us for the purpose of answering your enquiry. For example you may be asking us for a quotation. We need these details to be able to process a reply. We also store personal details in our member area, which are kept confidential from any other members. These details are used for the purposes of contacting you, and for the functionality contained within the member area. We do not disclose this data to any other person outside Ambrow Limited or any other company.
Access to your personal data
You can access your control panel at any time to view the information supplied by you that we hold. You can edit this information at any time you wish. You have the right to request erasure of your information under the GDPR. If you wish to contact us about your personal data please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
These terms and conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with English law and all disputes shall be decided by the English courts