We take your privacy very seriously and are keen to ensure that you do not receive any unwelcome messages or spam as a result of you placing an ad on Uptheyard.ie.
We do not share your details with any other company for marketing purposes.
The policy below explains in detail how we manage your personal information:
How we collect personal information
You may browse the site without telling us who you are or revealing any personal information about yourself.
In order to perform certain activities on Uptheyard, you must first become a member. During registration, you are required to supply your full name, a screen name (which can be just a first name or a nickname), password, contact information (email address and or telephone number), and your approximate geographic location (county).
If you make a credit card payment to Uptheyard, you do so via a third party payment processing company. In this case, Uptheyard may store your full address and the results of any card verification checks. Uptheyard does not store credit card numbers.
Disclosing your personal information
Uptheyard may publish a member's screen name, county and contact information on the site. Other details of the address are not published on the site.
When becoming a member of Uptheyard, you are given the opportunity to specify whether you wish to be contacted via email or telephone in response to any adverts you publish. You must choose at least one of these methods of contact. If you choose to be contacted by telephone, your telephone number is published to other members. If you choose to be contacted by email, your email address is not published but we provide a form from which other members can send you a message.
Uptheyard will not sell, share or rent your name, email address, or any other personal details to any other third party for marketing purposes.
Uptheyard may at its discretion take steps to verify with third parties the accuracy of personal information.
Uptheyard may at its discretion disclose personal information that is required by the police (or other organisations with a law enforcement role) for the prevention and detection of crime or the apprehension or prosecution of offenders.
Uptheyard may at its discretion disclose personal information to intellectual property rights holders for the investigation of fraud, intellectual property infringement or other unlawful activity connected to their property.
Uptheyard may disclose specific personal information where it is required to by law, and where necessary for the purpose of or in connection with any legal proceedings.
Viewing, changing or removing your personal information
Members may view all information that Uptheyard stores about them as an individual, by logging into their members area at http://www.Uptheyard.ie Here, they may also correct or update their personal information
Members may request that all personal information for them be removed by contacting us at email@example.com We will close your account and remove all personal information from the public site immediately. However, where there has been activity on an account within the preceding 60 days, we reserve the right to retain records of your personal information for a further 60 days and may disclose this information in order to comply with any legal obligations and to prevent fraud, as outlined above.
A cookie is a small piece of text placed by us on the user's computer. They enable us to recognise visitors as they move from page to page. They enable us to personalise the visitor experience and to avoid the need to repeatedly log in. Cookies set by Uptheyard do not contain any personal information about you.
It may well be possible to view some pages within Uptheyard with cookies disabled by your browser although this is not guaranteed nor recommended.
Links to Other Sites
Adverts on this web site may contain links to other sites. Uptheyard is not responsible for the privacy practices of other such sites.