At Email Blaster, we respect and protect your privacy. This privacy statement outlines how we collect store and use your private information when using this website.
All data collected via this website is stored and processed with the U.K in accordance with The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Email Blaster is the sole owner of information collected via this website. We will not sell, share or rent this information. Email Blaster can collect this information at different points on the website from users.
Our website offers several opportunities for visitors to register for promotional and informational mailings, resources and for assistance in evaluating our products and services. These registration forms enable users to opt-in to Email Blaster's mailing lists and require users to give contact information (such as name and email address) and consent to be contacted. We use this contact information to send information about our company and our products and services. Notice is given at the point of collection to enable users to choose whether or not they consent to the usage terms. Those who have signed up and subsequently wish to withdraw their participation may opt–out of receiving future mailings at any time. Email Blaster use this data in accordance with ‘consent’ as defined by GDPR
All data collect, stored and used by Email Blaster is held in the U.K. Your private data is stored at our Tier 4 Data centre in Buckinghamshire.
The safeguards in place are physical, hardware and software. The servers in the data centre are accessed only by nominated Email Blaster personnel, all security procedures are monitored and audited by our Data Protection Officer (DPO).
Email Blaster collect, store and use data as outlined within this document for all Email Blaster active clients. If a client terminates their account, all private data is deleted in accordance with ‘The right to forget’ as defined by GDPR. Data is retained no longer than is reasonably necessary.
You may be asked to provide certain information to our customers when they are using our software. Our standard terms of business require that any customer using our software obtains consent under GDPR from all recipients prior to contacting them.
When Email Blaster collect your data, GDPR describes the organisation responsible for storing and using your data as the ‘Processor’. We adhere to every stage of this requirement.
Your private data is stored and used by us inside the U.K. At no point does your private information ever leave the U.K
We take every precaution to protect the confidentiality and security of your personal information by using security safeguards such as firewall's, coupled with carefully developed security procedures to protect your information from loss, misuse or unauthorized alteration. When we collect sensitive account information such as credit card numbers, we protect its transmission through the use of encryption such as the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol.
Email Blaster takes care to reinforce the importance of our website visitors' security and privacy among our employees. Our employees are trained and required to safeguard your information and, using physical, electronic and procedural safeguards, we restrict access to personal information to those employees and agents for business purposes only. Additionally, we use internal and external resources to review the adequacy of our security procedures.
At Email Blaster, we have an appointed Data Protection Officer. This role includes supervision and audit of how your data is processed and stored internally. We also self certify for GDPR via periodic audits of our systems, procedure and policy.
We will never share, sell, or rent your personal information with third parties for their promotional use. Occasionally, we enter into contracts with third parties so that they can assist us in servicing you (for example, providing credit card merchant services). The contracts prohibit them from using any of your personal information for their own purposes, and they are required to maintain the confidentiality of the information we provide to them.
We may disclose or report personal information in limited circumstances where we believe in good faith that disclosure is required under the law. For example, we may be required to disclose personal information to cooperate with regulators or law enforcement authorities, to comply with a legal process such as court order, or law enforcement request.
Personal data held by Email Blaster will be deleted upon account closure, users may also contact Email Blaster at any point and request that all data is deleted. Upon receipt of this request all data held will be immediately deleted. The contact details to request this are available on our contact page.
Cookies are set on your computer when you use the email blaster software of access this website. No third-party cookies are used, we do not pass on any information to third parties.
The main purposes for which cookies are used are:-
If you want to disable cookies you need to change your web browser settings to reject cookies. How to do this will depend on your preferred web browser:For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
The email blaster public website will continue to function as normal. You will not however be able to use your email blaster software, cookies are required to store your user preferences and session information.
Email Blaster's Anti–Spam Policy allows only permission-based email. In addition, users always have the opportunity to opt–out, via a link in the footer of all non–transactional email messages. By providing your email address when opening a free account, Email Blaster may contact you via email with transactional and usage tips for the software. Some communications (e.g. important account notifications and billing information) are considered transactional and are necessary for all Email Blaster customers.
This statement does not outline usage of our software. All information relating to the processing of your email databases is contained within our standard terms of business. These can be reviewed as follows: