Mess Around Ltd uses information provided by it’s customers in the strictest of confidence. Such information is never shared with third parties.
Data that is stored is done so under the Data Protection Act 1998
The following data is collected:
Names, contact details, and addresses
and is used for internal record keeping (i.e. attendance records), promotional e-mails and newsletters.
If you’d rather not receive these newsletters, please notify us by opting out of these newsletters when you next receive one.
If you purchase items from our merchandise range, please note all payments are dealt with by Paypal, we are not privy to your payment details.
If you believe we hold information about you that is out of date, or incomplete, please let us know at your earliest convenience.
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