Privacy Police

Notice of Privacy

LCDInvertehas created this privacy statement to demonstrate our firm commitment to your privacy. LCDInverteis referred to as “we,” “our,” or “us” in this document.


If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at any time. In this document, you’ll find the terms under which we may use any information you supply to us or that we acquire from you. The term “personal information” encompasses both information that might be used to identify you and information that could not. As used in this notice, “processing” refers to actions taken on information in accordance with legislation and this notice.

We take your privacy and confidentiality very seriously. It is important to us that our website users are confident that their personal information will not be misused or disclosed in an unanticipated manner.

We promise to keep all information you provide us private and secure, and we really hope you’ll do the same for us.

Our policy complies with UK legislation, as well as the EU General Data Protection Regulation, which has been enacted.

Because it is required by law, we must inform you of your rights and responsibilities in relation to the use and management of your personal data. By directing you to, we are attempting to educate you about your rights.

Our website does not share or sell any information it collects with any third parties, save as noted below.

The principles we use to process your personal information

We are required by law to identify and tell you of the six established legal bases on which we treat various categories of your personal information.

We will promptly stop processing your personal information if a legal basis for doing so is no longer valid.

The law requires us to tell you if the basis for processing your personal information changes, and if we find that we may continue to handle your information on a new basis, we will do so.


due to the terms of our contract, we must process

We enter into a legal agreement with you if one of you uses our website, makes a purchase, or agrees to our terms and conditions in any other way.

We need to process your information in order to fulfil our duties under the contract. Personal information may be contained in some of this data.

provide comments and guidance on our goods, services, as well as how to get the most out of our website

We use this information because we have a contract with you, or because you have asked that we use it before we enter into a formal contract.

There are a number of ways we may aggregate this data, such as providing class information or tracking performance of a certain service we offer. Using it for this reason, we will not be able to identify you as an individual.

For as long as the contract between us is in force or cancelled by any party, we will continue to handle this information.

2. Data that we use with your permission.

When you explore our website or ask us for additional information about our company, including employment opportunities and our goods and services, you give us your agreement to handle information that may be personal even if there is no contractual connection between us.

We try to gain your express agreement to handle this information wherever feasible, for example by asking you to agree to our use of cookies.

When you send us an e-mail to which you would fairly anticipate a response, you may implicitly grant your consent.

We do not use your information in any way that might identify you personally, unless you have given us permission to do so for a specific purpose. We may use it to track the performance of a certain page on our website, for example, by aggregating it in a general way.

After obtaining your permission to do so, we may occasionally share your name and contact information with chosen affiliates who we believe might be able to assist you in some way.

Until you revoke your consent or it can be fairly believed that your consent no longer exists, we will continue to handle your information on this basis.

At any moment, you may opt out of future contacts with us, by contacting [email protected] to let us know. Because of this, we may not be able to provide you with any more services if you do so.

3.Information we process for the sake of legitimate interests

We may handle your information if we believe that doing so is in your or our best interest.

When we use your personal information in this manner, we do so after careful consideration of the following factors:

it is possible to attain the same goal using alternative techniques

processing (or not processing) may do anyone harm, whether you expect us to process your data, as well as whether you think it acceptable to do so in the context of all the information we have.

To name a few examples, we may use this foundation to handle your personal information for:

protecting and enforcing the legal rights of any party insuring or seeking expert advice that is required to manage business risk responding to unsolicited correspondence from you to which we feel you would expect us to react protecting and asserting the legal rights of any party

4. Legally mandated information that we process.

Like everyone else, we are bound by the law. Occasionally, we are required by law to process your personal information.

Our information could be requested by law enforcement if they ask for it or if they have the right authority, such as a search warrant or court order.

There’s a chance that this includes information about you. Specific ways we put the data you provide us to work

5. Information that is given with the expectation that it will be shared with a third party

You can publish information on our website with the expectation that it will be read, copied, downloaded, or otherwise utilised by others.

The following are a few examples:

writing a comment or respond to a post on our website’s blog or forum

This is the process of labelling a picture

The ability to agree, disagree, or express gratitude by clicking on an icon next to someone else’s statement

The responsibility for ensuring the privacy of your personal information rests solely with you when you submit it online.

We don’t do anything with this data except from allowing it to be displayed or shared publicly.

We have no control over what third parties do with your information once it is in the public domain. No matter what they do, we take no responsibility for it at any time.

If your request is fair and there is no legal basis for us to maintain it, we may agree to erase personal information that you have uploaded at our discretion. Send us an email at [email protected] if you’d like to make a request.

6.Complaints about the content of our site

Our website serves as a platform for the publication of content. There is no requirement for someone to register in order to post information about themselves or someone else online.

We make an effort to moderate user-generated content, but we can’t always do it right away.

We’ll look into any complaints you make regarding our website’s content.

If we believe the law compels us to do so or if we believe it is in the best interest of our investigation, we will delete the content.

We must decide whether your right to free expression will be impeded, or the right of the individual who posted the matter that offends you.

We will not react to your complaint if we believe it to be vexatious or without merit.

7. The process of applying for a job and getting hired.

You may expect that we may retain the information you provide as part of a job application on file for up to three years in case we need to get in touch with you in the future.

For the duration of your employment, we will gather information about you and your work. This information will only be used for work-related purposes. We’ll maintain your file for six years after you’ve left before deleting or shredding it.

Sending an e-mail to our IT/digital support department

In order to respond with the information you require, we gather the data you have provided to us when you contact us, whether by phone, email, or through our website.

We keep a record of every request and response you provide us in order to run our business more efficiently.

In order to offer you with a high-quality service, we maintain information about you, such as your name and email address, linked with your message.


When you file a complaint with us, we keep a record of everything you tell us.

Complaints are resolved using such information.

Some of the information contained in your complaint may be given to another party if your complaint properly necessitates that we do so. Even while we try to keep this to a minimum, we reserve the right to divulge any information at our sole discretion.

Additionally, we may create statistics indicating data acquired from this source to evaluate our service, but we won’t be able to identify you or anybody else.

9.Information about affiliates and commercial partners

This is information that you have provided to us as a member of our group or as a business associate.

It gives us a way to track the people you’ve recommended to us and give you credit for the referral fees you’ve earned. Information about your commissions is also included.

There is no other use for the data.

We promise to keep the conditions of our connection and the information we exchange secret.

For each affiliate or partner, we demand that they commit to the same policy.

When you visit our website, we use automatic technologies to collect information about you.

10.Your surfing history may contain personal identifiers.

Your web browser’s requests for pages and other content on our website are tracked.

We keep track of things like where you are physically located, what ISP you’re using, and your IP address. We also keep track of the sort of computer or device you’re using to access our site, as well as the screen resolution.

Our website’s popularity and how well we serve you are assessed using this information in aggregate.

Data from prior visits to our website and other sources might be used to determine your identity, even while you aren’t logged in.

11. We employ re-targeting to re-sell our products.

By using re-marketing, we can offer you advertisements for our products and services when you visit other websites by storing a cookie on your computer when you visit our website.

We may contract out re-marketing services to a third party from time to time. If this is the case, you may see advertising for our products and services on other websites if you have agreed to our use of cookies.

12. Third-party information we acquire

The data that we get from third parties whose services we utilise is occasionally made up of data that is indirectly made up of your personal information, even if we do not disclose it to anyone else (save as set forth in this notice).

You can’t be identified by this data in any way, shape, or form.

13.The presence of external banner ads on our website

We allow third-party advertising on our site. This means that when you see an ad from one of these parties on our website, their agents or other organisations working for them may use technology to collect information about you automatically.

Adverts may use other technology such as analytics or JavaScript to personalise the content of, and to assess the performance of, their advertising

We have no influence over the technology or data collected by these third parties. As a result, this privacy notice does not address the privacy policies of these third-party companies.

14.The following is a list of all of the credit references.

When consumers or clients tell their credit card issuer to cancel a payment to us without first providing an acceptable reason to us and giving us the option for a refund, we share this information with credit reference bureaus in order to help fight fraud.

15. Obligation to follow the law

Every nation or legal jurisdiction in which we plan to conduct business has been incorporated into our privacy policy. We’d want to hear from you if you think it doesn’t comply with the legislation in your jurisdiction. It’s up to you whether or not you choose to utilise our website, but