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Privacy Policy

Raffles Marketing respects the privacy of any data submitted to this site; it is something that is taken very seriously.

You will find more information on the type of data this site uses, and how it is processed, below.

What data does the Raffles Marketing website collect?

  • We collect the contact details provided when you use a contact form to get in touch, or send an email.

  • The Raffles Marketing website collects anonymous usage statistics. This includes information on screen size, rough geographic location, device type, etc. This is done to optmise the website for your browser and improve the site's performance. The anonymised geographic location gives me a rough idea of where the site's visitors are based, but nevers precise details such as address etc. Rather, it will say things like 'Kildare' rather than give a specific street and house number, etc.

How does the Raffles Marketing website collect data?

  • The contact forms collect data when you fill them in. This can include name, company name, address, email and phone number, though it is not necessary to give everyone of these details to use them.

  • This website uses cookies, which you can opt of. You can find more information about the cookies this website uses here.


How is this data used?

  • To respond to your query, (for example, if you send a query via the contact form and supply an email address, I will use this email to reply to you.

  • This website uses Cookies (small text files placed on your computer by websites you visit). Cookies provide the web admin with anonymised information to on usage and analytics, and also to help improve your browsing experience. You can of course, decline the use of cookies. 


How is this data held, and what are your rights?

  • Any data submitted is stored on a secure, encypted system, to which only the site admin have access.

  • You have the right to rectification, that is to say, you can contact me to fix any errors or request changes in your data. You can get in touch via the contact form on this site or via email.

  • You have the right to erasure, which means that, subject to certain conditions and legal obligations, you have to right to have any data held by Raffles Marketing on you erased.

  • You have the right to access any data Raffles Marketing stores about you.

  • You have the right to make a complaint about misuse of your data - in Ireland this can be done at

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