Terms and conditions
The protection of your information is important to us. myEcomove will protect our customer’s data in line with governing law and modern data protection principles.
Our Guiding Privacy Principles:
- We need to collect some personal information from you and your home to be able to provide this service
- Where we do collect information, we stick to the minimum we can
- We try not to store information for any longer than is necessary
- We are clear and open when we collect your information and what we will use it for
- You have rights over your data and we ensure we meet all of the above commitments
Why do we use personal data?
We only collect personal data so we can provide you with the best experience on our system and to ensure we provide as accurate information as possible. Specific Purposes
- We need to understand information about the property and the person to be able to deliver this service and to support an ECO4 application. By agreeing to our terms during the application process, you agree that
- My Eco Move Limited can validate your information with regulated bodies such as DWP and Land Registry.
- My Eco Move Limited can share your application with our certified installer networks to continue the engagement with you for ongoing services related to the ECO4 application
- Our services cannot function without this data and consent so please do not continue through to application and results if you do not consent
- We will also use your information to better understand the needs of our service users and how we can improve our products and services
- To service any requests or enquiries you may have
What information do we process?
We process only the personal information required to complete the eligibility and verification process for an ECO4 application and for installation services thereafter.
Categories of data processed
- Contact information, like Names, Email addresses and Phone numbers
- Other personal information such as Benefits or financial position
- Public property EPC information
- Anonymous information such as IP addresses and cookie preferences for analytics
How do we get permission to use your data?
We require your direct consent to be able to proceed with your application. We’ve done this in the form of two acceptance boxes prior to receiving your application;.
Where we collect personal information, we do so on the basis that you:
- have pecifically consented or;
- have engaged with our website and have an interest in our services
- are requiring engagement from our installer network for ongoing services
If we do seek to collect personal information through our website on a form, we will be up-front, clear and open about this. We will make it evident when we are collecting personal information and will explain what we intend to do with it.
For how long will we keep your data?
We keep your data for the shortest time we can but in some circumstances we may need to retain some of that data in line with established good practice and legal requirements.
More on how long we keep data
When we do store information, we keep it for the following periods:
In order to maintain the accuracy and relevance of information, we perform checks every 6 months and this may include making contact with the subjects of the data to check details.
Where is the information stored?
Primarily, your data is encrypted and stored within a secure database with reputable brands such as Microsoft.
When you provide information, we will enter and store it in our databases and use it to authenticate you and remember settings. When we store data, reasonable measures are taken to protect personal information from access by unauthorised persons.
Your information will be stored, archived and backed up as part of internal systems which are hosted by cloud service providers. We currently use the following technology providers:
- Infrastructure: Microsoft Azure (UK West)– Users, Site membership
- Productivity: Microsoft 365 (UK) – Customer contact details, email, general file storage
- Website Analytics: Google (UK) – Anonymised at source
What rights do you have over the data we use?
Your personal information is owned by you. If you have any questions or issues with the way in which we are using your data, you have rights over that data.
Your rights as the data subject
- You can ask to see what data we hold on you (right of access)
- You can ask for information to be corrected
- You can ask to receive a copy of the data we hold on you (right to portability)
- You can ask us to delete any information we have about you (right to be forgotten)
- You can object to the way in which we use your information
- You can complain to the supervisory authority (See ICO Site)
If you wish to enact any of these rights then you can do so by emailing email@example.com
ho has access to your data?W
As a principle, we do not share any of the personal information that we hold. However in the course of running our business, some data does get transferred outside of our organisation
Who can you contact for more information?
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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