We treat all information we hold about you and/or your business as private and confidential. That information will not be disclosed to any third party unless:
- we are required to by law;
- it is necessary to in order to provide our services to you; or
- you have requested or consented to disclosure.
From time to time we will reserve the right to disclose your name, date of birth and address to a credit agency (which they will use for a credit reference or credit management processes).
Universal Packaging takes care to ensure that it adheres to the provisions of the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007 and will only collect and use information from you on this website in accordance with the Act and the Privacy Act 1993.
We will not under any circumstances release, sell, publish, or give away personal information to any other person or organisation unless required by law or subject to the consent of the information supplier. Information obtained from website users may be collated and used for statistical purposes, but will not identify the user in any way unless previously agreed to.
We will not collect from you any sensitive information relating to the prohibited grounds of discrimination set out in the Human Rights 1993 (namely, sex, marital status, religious or ethical belief, colour, race, ethnic or national origins, disability, age, political opinion, employment or family status, sexual orientation), other than with your express consent or where collection is either authorised by law or is reasonably necessary to enforce the law or to establish or defend a legal claim.
We won’t tell Sheryl what Darlene overheard Becky tell Ann about Linda. No matter how interesting or exciting it is. Because really, what goes on between Linda, Sarah and Mary is their business, and Becky should have left well enough alone given the past of Ann and Emma.