This notice explains how and when Fathom.Agency collects personal information, what we do with it and your right to see or change it.
The purpose of this privacy notice is to let users of Fathom.Agency (the ‘site’) know when we collect personal information and what we do with it.
The notice also covers the future public home of the Fantail App promoted in this website.
We do not use, share or transfer personal information in connection with the site except as set out in this notice, or as otherwise set out somewhere on the site.
Use of personal information
We collect personal information from you, including information about your:
- Contact information
- Interactions with us
- Billing or purchase information
- Business information you have supplied as part of our services
We collect your personal information in order to:
- In order to communicate with you
- Deliver services to you directly pertaining to information you supply
Besides our staff, we share this information with:
- Contractors in order to to deliver the services you have requested of us.
Providing some information is optional. If you choose not to enter the requested information, we'll be unable to provide the range of services outlined in this website and in other communications with us..
We keep your information safe by storing it with approved compliant 3rd party servers, approved hosting companies and on locally backup storage devices as required .
You have the right to ask for a copy of any personal information we hold about you, and to ask for it to be corrected if you think it is wrong. If you’d like to ask for a copy of your information, or to have it corrected, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or +6421541537, or 3 Amelia Place, Auckland 0626.
If you have a privacy complaint about Fathom
If you have any concerns about how Fathom manages your personal information, you may contact the Fathom Privacy Officer with the details above.
If you are not satisfied with our response to any privacy-related concern you may have, you can contact the Privacy Commissioner and make a privacy complaint.