All personal or business information you may pass to us through this website, by telephone or other correspondence will remain completely confidential at all times.
a) Guardian Insolvency Ltd and any associated company confirm that we will always preserve the information which we may collect from you in a private and privileged manner which is totally compliant with the Data Protection Act. We maintain all appropriate safeguards to ensure that your personal information remains secure at all times.
b) We will only collect and retain such information as we require in order to offer the most appropriate solution to your company or personal debt restructure and as may be required by legislation to supervise your case in the most appropriate manner.
c) We may, but only with your prior permission, pass you over to a carefully selected third party if we believe that they will provide a more suitable alternative solution to your current financial circumstances.
d) Apart from that which is described above we will never pass on your information to any third party without your consent nor will we ever disclose the substance of any conversation between us to any other organisation for other marketing purposes.
e) If you require any further clarification upon this Policy or any other element of our service then please contact us on our free phone number or by email and we will be more than pleased to discuss this in more detail.
Our primary goal in collecting any personal information from you is to provide you with a smooth, efficient and personalised experience while using our services. This allows us to provide services and features more likely to meet your needs, and to customise our service to make your experience easier and quicker.
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Total unsecured debt : £4000