BOURNE will respect your personal data. We will not share the information you give us with any third parties without your prior consent except if it is required by law, regulation or legal process. We use the information you provide to monitor and improve our service to you and for marketing and promotional purposes. If you wish to amend or have your details erased, please write to us at the following address: BOURNE, Shoe Tree Ltd, 149 King Street, Cottingham, East Yorkshire. HU16 5QQ.
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Personal Financial Information: When you place an order with us we collect information necessary to process and deliver your order to you. This includes your personal details such as name, address, email address, order and payment details. In handling such information we will comply with the standards set out by UK data protection laws. The use of your personal details will be limited to activity relating to your order, processed fairly and lawfully, managed securely and not stored for any longer than is necessary for these purposes.
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