GDPR Policy

1. Personal Data We Collect and Why We Collect It

At Process Press, we care about privacy. Any information we collect will not be passed on to third parties, and is solely for our own records. We do not sell, rent, or trade email lists with any other companies or organisations.

The purpose of this privacy policy is to describe to you what data we collect, how, and for what reason. It includes options for you to access, update, and control the usage of personal data of yours that we may possess.

Currently, we do not use any analytics programmes to track usage of our website.

2. Types of Data We Collect: Customer Data

Your name, address, email, and contact number will be stored in our e-commerce system when you purchase an item from the Process Press website. This is strictly necessary because without this data, we would not be able to supply you with your purchase. This personal data will be visible to the postal service on the package label, for obvious reasons. Telephone numbers are used only to help delivery drivers if they cannot find your house, or if we have a query on your order while it is being processed.

Payment information is handled solely by our payment gateway provider. We do not collect or store your payment information.

3. Types of Data We Collect: Mailing List

We occasionally publish an email newsletter about new publications via our company email address.

We will only send you a newsletter if you consent by ticking the 'opt-in' box in during the purchasing process, or through a direct email request. Customers can opt out through unticking the relevant box during the purchase process or directly contacting us.

4. Access to Your Personal Information

You are entitled to view, amend, delete, or restrict the usage of your personal information under UK GDPR law. Email your request to our data protection officer at our usual company email ([email protected]), with the sub-heading ‘Privacy’.

5. Changes to this Privacy Policy

We regularly review our policy to ensure we our transparent about our use of personal data and to comply with new laws. It was last updated 19/01/2022.