At Everseen, we respect your privacy. We want you to understand the ways in which we collect and use information relating to identifiable individuals (“personal information”) that we collect in the course of our business. This Privacy Statement explains how we collect personal information, and what we do with it. Please make sure that you read this Statement carefully. By using our website, contacting us or providing us with personal information, you consent to us using your personal information in the ways described below.
Who are we?
We are Everseen Limited (“Everseen”), an Irish company with company number 448175 and our registered office at 4th Floor, The Atrium, Blackpool Retail Park, Blackpool, Cork.
Information we collect for our own use
Everseen collects and processes certain personal information, such as name, company and contact details, in relation to our lead generation, account management and business development activities.
Everseen does not collect or process personal information through our website other than where prospective customers choose to initiate contact with us using the email or telephone details on our website. As indicated below, Everseen also collects certain IP address and log information from your use of the website.
How we use this information
We use the information we receive or collect:
to contact you and to respond to your queries;
to provide you with the Everseen products and services;
for billing and related purposes;
to send you promotional messages (in accordance with applicable laws);
to improve our services;
for security and fraud prevention services.
Our website uses certain cookies and similar technologies, such as pixels and tags, provided by third parties to deliver and improve the Everseen website.
A cookie is an element of data that a website can send to your browser, which may then store it on your computer or device. Cookies are usually stored as text files and help us understand your use of the Everseen website.
Pixels or tags are small graphics on a website or in an email message that enable the creation of log files. These files are used to collect information on the usage of the website or the interaction with the email. Pixels are often invisible to the user because they are typically very small and have the same colour as the background of the webpage or email message.