This explains how we collect, use and store your personal information. This includes any personal information given to us about other people who are named on the policy, quote or claim.
If you would like a copy, please contact us at email@example.com
We want you to be confident about how we use your personal information. As a regulated company and information controller we take the responsibilities for the security and management of your personal information seriously. That’s why we invest in our systems and processes to ensure that the way we collect, use, share, and store your information meets both the regulatory and our own high standards.
Globelink International Travel Insurance Consultants Limited (GLI) is the controller of your personal information along with our insurers who are Lloyd’s Syndicate 4444 which is managed by Canopius Managing Agents Limited. For more information visit http://www.globelink.co.uk/about-globelink-international.html. If you have any questions about how we process your personal information or are unsure about anything please get in touch with us at: Globelink Compliance Officer. Globelink International Travel Insurance Consultants Limited. Alpi House, Suite 2, East Wing, 2nd Floor, Miles Gray Road, Basildon, Essex. SS14 3HJ. United Kingdom. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Globelink International Travel Insurance is an independent insurance agency that provides a range of travel insurance products. We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under FCA Register number: 300144. Business address: Alpi House, Suite 2, East Wing, 2nd Floor, Miles Gray Road, Basildon, Essex, SS14 3HJ, UK, Company Number 3276291.
We collect the domain and IP address of each website visitor which is logged automatically. This information does not identify you as a person but only the computer you use to access the website. This information is used for statistical purposes and for analysing website usage so we can improve the service provided to you, such as the content and functionality of our website. We do not link this automatically collected information to your personal data.
Cookies are small pieces of information temporarily stored on your computer by the server maintaining and operating the website. They do not compromise your privacy or security as they simply add a randomly generated identifying tag on your computer. The cookies we place on your computer expire at the end of your session on our website. We may save cookies on your computer to personalise your future visits to our website and to improve your Elfliq Vape Juice: Unleash Your Vaping Delight with Elfliq E-liquids browsing experience. This can also speed up the site navigation helping you to find the exact information you are looking for. If you want to stop cookies being placed on your personal computer, please refer to your Internet browser for the specific instructions.
The table below explains the cookies we use and why
|These cookies help us collect information about the way visitors use our website. It is collected in an anonymous form and includes the total number of visitors, their location and the pages they visited. We use this information to improve the website and to compile reports.||Click here for an overview of privacy at Google|
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|Session Cookie||cmssid||These cookies maintain continuity while your browser moves around the website enabling to keep you logged in or to submit online forms. It is performed by creating a unique identification number for each website visitor and storing variables based on this. This prevents the information from two users getting confused with one another when they visit the same webpage. These cookies are stored in your browser until you end the session and close it.|
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|The coolies are used to track each lead and sale to properly compensate the affiliate earnings. When a person views the affiliate website page and clicks special link on it, a cookie is placed to trace if this person performs a prescribed action (e.g. takes out travel insurance policy). These cookies record the information within 90 days which means they can record the subsequent sales helping us credit the appropriate affiliate for it.|
We only ask for information that we need, and have strict controls to keep it safe. We collect your personal information to provide our products and services (e.g. handling your claims) to you. Without the information we ask for, we can’t give you a quote or insurance policy and it may affect the outcome of any claims you make. Personal information we collect will be held in digital and / or paper files. We collect personal information such as name, address, date of birth, contact numbers, health, and claims history. We’ll also collect information which relates to the things you want to insure (for example your additional electronic items such as laptops). We collect personal information about everybody named on your policy, quote, incident or claim when you:
We do not retain any information that you enter when obtaining a quotation.
The personal information we ask for may be used by us and third parties who process information on our behalf. This includes organisations who administer your policy, service your claims and our insurers.
Circumstances where we are operationally or contractually obliged to pass on your information may be where third parties administer part, or all of the service we offer, or products we sell, for example, Claims Handling, Medical Assistance, Medical Screening, or services we require, such as marketing, IT and server maintenance, website development. Your personal data may be shared with the following categories of third parties:
We collect your personal information to provide our quotes, products and services to you. We only retain your personal data if you purchase an insurance policy with us.
As a regulated financial services organisation we’re required to comply with legal and regulatory obligations such as the prevention, detection and reporting of fraud and other financial crime.
We’ll process personal information for our legitimate interests, when we have a business reason to do so, to:
If we need your consent to process personal information we’ll ask for this first. You can withdraw your consent at any time. We’ll ask for your consent (or next of kin’s), to obtain any medical / health information we need.
We use a secure payment processor for all card payments. When a payment is processed we receive a unique transaction code and an extract of your card number, which we store as a record of the transaction.
We do not retain any of your full credit or debit card details electronically, nor in hard copy on our voice recording system.
We use automated decision making to help determine the prices, policy terms, relevant products / services, when you research or ask for a quote, buy insurance, make any changes, renew or make a claim.
We may also profile you based on your personal information and that provided by third parties. Profiling may be used to help determine the likelihood of a claim or policy transaction being fraudulent. Profiling will also be used to enhance our understanding of you and to inform our business decisions (e.g. product design, pricing, customer journeys or marketing strategy). If you’ve chosen to receive marketing information from us, profiling will be used to make our marketing more relevant, e.g. personalise the channels used to market to you, the marketing messages used and the offers you’re sent.
In the event that we process personal information outside the UK, the processing in those locations is protected by UK and European data standards. Where your claim occurs abroad we may also send data to the necessary service providers and agencies as required to service your claim.
The personal information we have collected may be shared with crime prevention agencies who will use it to prevent financial crime and fraud and to verify your identity. If financial crime or fraud is detected, you could be refused certain services. Where we suspect financial crime or fraud, we may cancel any policies you have with us, not be able to pay any claim or offer you the requested product or service. We may share relevant information with crime and fraud prevention agencies, law enforcement agencies and other relevant organisations.
We may share your Personal Data with other public bodies, such as regulatory and government bodies, and the police or other law enforcement agencies, or official body to whom we are legally required to do so; including the police
Or to detect and prevent fraudulent claims and/or activities.
In order to process your application we’ll supply your personal information to sanctions checking systems and/or agencies and they’ll give us information about you. We do this to check your identity, and prevent fraud and other financial crime.
We may also continue to exchange information about you on an ongoing basis, including about your settled claims. They may also share your personal information with other organisations.
You must tell us about any claim or accident, even if it wasn’t your fault. We may share this information and your personal details with databases such as the Claims and Underwriting Exchange (CUE). We may search these databases when you apply for insurance, make a claim or renew your policy, to validate your claims history (or that of any other person or property likely to be involved in the insurance or claim).
If you get a quote or buy through one of our partner or affinity associations, we may pass some of your personal information back to them (e.g. policy details, claims, membership and suspected fraud and other financial crime information).
We’ll check and exchange information with industry databases, such as:
We use other companies to provide some services, e.g. emergency medical assistance companies, claims handlers, claims adjusters, claims suppliers, legal service providers, communication services, marketing, IT contractors (website software and hardware), fraud and other financial crime investigation services etc.
They may have access to, or will be given the personal information they (or their sub-contractors) need to manage their service.
We may share your personal information with market research agencies who will conduct market research and business analysis on our behalf.
We will share any personal information, including policy, claims, medical, and suspected fraud and other financial crime information, with our insurers and insurance brokers.
When necessary we share your personal information with other insurers if you make a claim, to verify that the information you’ve provided is correct and prevent financial crime and fraud. If you move to a new insurer we may confirm certain details about your insurance to them. We’ll only do this if we’re sure it’s a genuine request.
An insured party on your policy (e.g. partner) may notify us of an incident or claim against your policy.
We can only talk about your policy to you or someone we’re satisfied that you’ve authorised to talk to us, on your behalf.
When you contact us, personal information that you give us will be recorded (this does not include payment details). This helps us improve our customer service, train our staff, respond to complaints and prevent fraud and other financial crime. All communications will be in English.
We take the security of your data very seriously. We take all reasonable measures within our control to maintain a secure environment for your personal information, ensuring that any personal information you provide us is confidential and secure. However, we are unable to guarantee that there will not be circumstances outside of our control where a third party could obtain unauthorised access to your personal information, and we shall not be liable in such instances.
As a general rule, we will keep your personal data for seven years following the end of your relationship with us as it is likely that we will need the information for regulatory reasons or to defend a claim. There may be exceptions where we may need to keep your personal data for longer.
We will also keep your personal data for over 7 years for statistical and analytical purposes.
You have a right in certain circumstances to:
Please visit https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/ for further information on the above rights.
You have the right to request a copy of all the personal information that we hold about you. To do this, simply write to: Globelink Compliance Officer. Globelink International Travel Insurance Consultants Limited. Alpi House, Suite 2, East Wing, 2nd Floor, Miles Gray Road, Basildon, Essex. SS14 3HJ. United Kingdom. Or email us at email@example.com. We will contact you and take all reasonable steps to confirm your identity before providing you with any details of personal information we may hold about you. Please note that there is a £10 charge for providing you with this information.
You can also ask for a person to review an automated decision. If you want to find out more or to exercise these rights please contact us: Globelink Compliance Officer. Globelink International Travel Insurance Consultants Limited. Alpi House, Suite 2, East Wing, 2nd Floor, Miles Gray Road, Basildon, Essex. SS14 3HJ. United Kingdom. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll only send you marketing information about our products and services if you’ve given us permission. You can withdraw your consent at any time.
If you have a complaint about the way we process your personal data please contact us at email@example.com. You can also raise your complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office on 0303 123 1113 or visit ico.org.uk/concerns.
We may change this information from time to time. Any changes will be updated on our website and if appropriate notified to you in writing.