By submitting your contact information, you consent to be contacted regarding your inquiry.
Unless your inquiry progresses to a booking, no contact information will be stored anywhere other than our email or social messaging (if applicable) correspondence.
If your inquiry was to progress to the booking stage, your contact details will be stored offline in quotation, booking confirmation, booking diary, and invoicing correspondence, so that you can be contacted solely about matters regarding your booking.
After your booking has taken place, records of work carried out and of any payments to me will be kept offline for taxation purposes. These are limited to correspondence as mentioned in the previous paragraphs, as well as dates of payments and amounts. Any bank details, as supplied with the booking and payment confirmations, are kept only in on-line email storage, and not printed, uploaded to any site, downloaded, or stored in any other files.
Upon completion of the booking, I may contact you on no more than one further occasion for the purposes of collecting customer satisfaction information, but will not use your contact information for any other purposes, including direct marketing. Any feedback obtained will be anonymized for use on my website or social media platforms.
Your privacy is important to Hong Kong Beat, and all personal data, as defined in the Hong Kong Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, Cap. 486, are collected solely for the purpose of providing services to you as required on the occasion of you engaging Hong Kong Beat, and will not be shared with any other party, except for the explicit purpose of providing such services as you require.
Your data will be stored, as outlined in the preceding paragraphs, for as long as required for taxation purposes.
Your data will not be used for any other purpose other than stated herein, and will only be stored in secure on-line email services, or on a password protected computer.
You have the right to ask what personal data I keep on you, and that it be corrected or destroyed, once the purpose for its collection has passed, subject to retention requirements for legal purposes, such as taxation.