Your Personal Data
- We store your "name", "address", "email" and "phone number" as provided by you via our contact form.
- The purpose of storing your data is to provide you with more information about our products and services such as a quotation, product samples or special offers.
- Your data will only be shared with Next 2 Natural Turf.
- Your data will be kept for up to 10 years as we may contact you from time to time with product maintenance advice / product information / special offers
- To receive a copy of the data we are storing about you, please email [email protected] with the subject line "Next 2 Natural Turf Personal Data Request". Your email should include your full name and phone number so we can contact you.
- To request deletion of the data we are storing about you, please email [email protected] with the subject line "Next 2 Natural Personal Data Deletion". Your email should include your full name and phone number so we can contact you.
- We will respond to all requests for data access or data deletion within 30 days.
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