Get to grips with GDPR before the 25th May

Written by Molly

Does your business rely on knowing what your customers want?

  • Is tracking visitors and measuring performance to your website important?
  • Does your sales team buy in-lists?
  • Does your marketing team directly email all contacts from your CRM system?

If you answer ‘yes’ to all, or any, of these questions then you need to pay attention.

Right now, knowing General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is more important to your business, than knowing how to interact with your next customer.

From 25th May, 2018, your business tools (website and customer database) need to be GDPR compliant, with an updated privacy policy.

Why Think About GDPR?

The GDPR is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years and the window to correctly process personal information is closing fast.

Here are some reasons why GDPR should be at the top of your list to avoid breaching:

  • If your website and business interactions don’t show compliance, then customers, competitors and law enforcers can report you to the Information Commissioner Office (ICO)
  • After investigation, being non-compliant, attracts a high fine of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of your turnover (whichever is greatest).

What can you do?

Getting it right, does not mean spending potentially £1,000s for a solicitor to draft you a bespoke document, or think the other way and risk getting it wrong by using a free online ‘privacy policy’ sellers. Use our GDPR specialist. At Fuel Card Services, we work with a GDPR Privacy Policy who provides 100% compliant GDPR privacy policies, along with supporting documentation for just £150.

Reasons to act now

For a limited amount of time you can purchase your GDPR privacy policy and the supporting documents for just £100 + VAT – a £50 discount.

Just click this link that will take you directly to the offer on My Business Advantage. Choose a package that suits your business needs, and apply the discount code ‘advantage50’ at checkout.

DON’T DELAY update your privacy policy and avoid a fine up to €20,000,000 or losing 4% of turnover.

 

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Posted on 21st March 2018

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