This policy describes how we collect, use and look after the information you provide us.
At Tabb we look after your details carefully, and adhere to the requirements of the UK Data Protection Act 1998.
Personal information provided to Tabb via the tabb.cc website, forms, survey responses, emails and phone calls will be used for the purposes outlined below.
Processing personal data for the above purposes may entail sharing your information with employees and contractors. Agreements exist between Tabb and such parties that there must be no further disclosure of such personal data.
As an active customer-focused organisation Tabb will be contacting our customers. The two key way we do this are through in-app notifications and email. We may also do so by telephone if you give us your number (e.g. when creating your account or from your "Account Settings" form, which is not obligatory.)
We send two types of messages. Firstly, staff at Tabb will occasionally email you directly with information we feel our customers may be interested in. You can unsubscribe from these direct messages at any time by click/tapping on the "Unsubscribe" link at the base of each message.
Secondly, Tabb will automatically send you "transactional" emails notifying you of relevant activity from other members - for example, when another member messages you or posts an opportunity that matches your profile. You can change the type and frequency of these notifications at any time from your "Account Settings" form.
To be fair to our active members, the only way you can elect to receive no "transactional" emails at all is for you to delete your Tabb account, which you can do at any time from your "Account Settings" form.
We do not pass your details to third parties. We may pass on communication about special offers from carefully selected organisations. However these are done in-house and therefore your data is not passed to the third party.
By providing your contact details you are agreeing to be contacted by Tabb for the reasons detailed above. If at any time you want to alter your preferences in a way that our online software does not support then you should contact us as described in the section below titled "Verifying, updating and amending your personal information".
Tabb never directly stores any of our customers' financial details (credit card numbers or CVV/CVC codes). Whenever Tabb takes financial details from you, this is submitted over a secure (SSL) connection and transmitted securely to our PCI DSS compliant specialist merchant services provider. These financial details are then stored by the merchant services provider and any further one-off charges or subscription payments that we take are taken by instructing the merchant services provider to do so.
You have the right to ask Tabb, in writing, for a copy of all the personal data held about you. This is known as a ‘data subject access request’. Upon payment of a fee of £32 we will collate the data requested and send it to you within the 40 day maximum period as stipulated by the Data Protection Act 1998.
Please apply in writing to:
The Data Controller, Tabb, 4 Sun Street, Frome, Somerset, BA11 3DA.
It is your responsibility to keep your records up-to-date. If, at any time, you want to verify, update or amend your personal data or preferences please use your online “Account Settings” form and profile management features.
In the rare case that your "Account Settings" form and profile management features don't allow you to make a necessary change, please contact Tabb providing us with the URL of your Tabb profile. You can contact us as follows:
By post: Customer Services, Tabb, 4 Sun Street, Frome, Somerset, BA11 3DA.
By telephone: 07177 826274
By email: email@example.com
To remove your Tabb account and all data that personally identifies you from the Tabb database follow these steps:
A 'cookie' is a small text file that is placed on a user's computer hard drive by a website.
There are several types of cookie and the most common are often referred to as session cookies. These are used to keep track of information needed by a user as they travel from page to page within a website. These cookies have a short lifetime and expire within a few minutes of the user leaving the site.
There are also first-party and third-party persistent cookies. Persistent cookies remain on your hard drive until you erase them or they expire. How long a cookie remains on your browser depends on how long the visited website has programmed the cookie to last. First-party cookies refer to the same domain as the one being browsed. Third-party cookies refer to a different domain to the one being browsed.
Tabb uses benign, short lived 'session' cookies and 'first party' cookies to tell whether a website user has logged-in and where to find details that can be used to pre-fill parts of on-line forms. They are also used to track anonymously which areas of the site are popular and which are not used; this allows us to target carefully our website resources.
Internet browsers normally accept cookies by default; however, it is possible to set a browser to reject cookies. If this is done it is important not to exclude the benign and useful session cookies or first party cookies.