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Corporate Info

Dynmark International Limited is a company registered in England.

Company registration number: 04343332
Company VAT registered number: 798652166

The company's registered office is located at:

Westmoreland House,
80 - 86 Bath Road,
Cheltenham,
Gloucestershire,
GL53 7JT,
United Kingdom.

Privacy Policy

Dynmark International Limited ("Dynmark" or "us/we") takes the privacy of it's website users seriously. This statement explains our privacy policy and data-protection practices. By using one of our websites or providing any personal information using one of our sites, you are agreeing to the collection and use of information in the manner described in this Privacy Policy.

Global Scope

Dynmark is a global company, therefore information that you submit to one of our web sites in one country or language may be sent electronically to a server for one of these sites in another country. As a result, the information may be used, stored, or processed outside the country where it was recorded. However, we safeguard your data, wherever we may use, store or process it, by ensuring that it is treated in the manner described in this Privacy Policy.

What Information do we Track?

Our server software gathers in log files, general demographic information from all users of our websites. This includes browser types, IP addresses and referring domains. This data is used only in aggregate form; no individual user is identified. We use this information to help us understand and support our visitors' needs.

If you choose to receive information regarding Dynmark's services or use any Dynmark applications, you may need to complete our information request and registration forms. These forms require your name, company name, e-mail address, company address, phone number as well as other information to help us determine and respond to your needs related to the services requested. We use this information to send updates about our company and our products and to contact you if requested or necessary. We also use the demographic information you provide on these forms in connection with studies and reports regarding our websites, such as website usage patterns, in order to better understand the needs of visitors to our websites. We will not, however, associate any personally identifiable information which you provide with the information in these studies and reports.

We may occasionally run contests or other special promotions on our website in which we ask persons who choose to participate for contact information (like an e-mail address). We may use the data we collect from you in these contests and promotions to send you promotional material about our company or our partners. Your customer contact information collected from these contests and promotions may be used to contact you when necessary. In addition, if you elect to provide us information regarding others you believe may be interested in receiving information about our products or services, such as in our 'refer a friend' program, we will use the information you supply to contact these persons. Any mailings we provide to these persons will contain a method for them to opt out of receiving future mailings.

Security and Disclosure

We use security measures to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control which is gathered from our websites. We store this information in a secure environment at one or more of our service providers. Dynmark personnel with access to this information have been advised of the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of such information and of using it only for the purposes described in this Privacy Policy.

To facilitate mailings and/or wireless communications to our customers, Dynmark may provide the necessary mailing information to third party contractors which will perform the mailing on our behalf.

Other than as expressly described in this Privacy Policy, we will not share, sell or rent personally identifiable information with anyone outside of Dynmark, without your prior permission or unless ordered by a court of law.

Dynmark is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of any other websites to which we link.

Notification of Privacy Policy Changes

Dynmark may amend this Privacy Policy from time to time. If Dynmark decides to make substantial changes in the way we use your personal information, we will post the changes on this page so that you always will know what information we collect, how it is used, and when and how it will be disclosed. Your use of any Dynmark website following notice of such change will be deemed acceptance of the revised Privacy Policy, which may include application of the new policy to information provided prior to the date of such change.

Choice/Opt-Out and Updating Information

If you receive marketing or similar e-mail/text messages from us and wish to opt out of receiving such messages, then you may simply follow the opt-out procedure specified in such e-mail/text message.

©2001-2012 Dynmark International Limited. E&OE.

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Website Terms of Use

By using this website you agree to be bound by these terms of use.

Dynmark International Limited owns the copyright to the information contained on this website or we are licensed or authorised by the copyright owner to display the information.

Please note that you are not authorised to distribute, copy or display this website or any section thereof for commercial gain or otherwise, and you may only use the information for your own internal purposes. You are forbidden to frame pages from this website or to copy content from the website without our express permission.

You may download and print our information only for your personal use. You are not entitled to copy, download, store, reproduce, resell, license, distribute, disseminate, transmit or otherwise deal with the information on this website or any part thereof on any commercial basis or otherwise in any format or by any means, including but not limited to the internet, intranet or other type of network.

You shall be responsible for determining for yourself the usefulness of all the content on this website and the purposes for which the information is used. Our information is provided as is. Our information has been compiled from sources believed to be reliable but no warranty, expressed or implied, is given that our information is complete or accurate nor that it is fit for a particular purpose. All such warranties are expressly disclaimed and excluded.

We give no warranty as to the performance of the internet generally or this website. The performance of the website may be subject to arbitrary delays beyond our control. We are not responsible for the content of any other external website from which you have accessed our website.

You are solely responsible for accessing the website and we are not liable for any failure or fault in your equipment receiving, handling, formatting or displaying our website or our information.

We shall not be liable for loss of business revenues, lost profits or any punitive, indirect, consequential, special or similar damages whatsoever caused, whether in contract, tort or otherwise.

Cookies

By using this website you agree to the use of cookies.

The “Cookie Law”

Cookies are small text files set on your computer at the request of a website, and are sent back to that website on subsequent visits until the cookies expire. Cookies are used to implement any feature that remembers you between visits. Examples include shopping carts and password-protected content.

In 2009 the European Parliament passed directive 2009/136/EC, amending the previous E-Privacy Directive of 2003. Reflecting concerns about the use of tracking cookies (cookies whose sole purpose is to track which websites you are visiting in order to target advertising at you), the new directive requires websites to obtain visitors’ consent for non-essential cookies.

European directives are not law in themselves; they instead require EU member states to amend their national laws to achieve the aims of the directive. Problems with the directive have meant that few member states have done so to date, with the United Kingdom being one of the few exceptions.

The United Kingdom government passed The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) (Amendment) Regulations 2011 in response to the directive. The “Cookie Law” is the unofficial name for section 6 of the regulations, which covers the use of cookies.

Use of Cookies at Dynmark International

Dynmark International Limited ("Dynmark" or "us/we") uses the following cookies to follow the use of our website, by using the website you accept the use of these cookies.

We use the following cookies for the following purposes on our site:

  • Track Site Usage – we anonymously track site usage to help us optimise our site for customers

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