Figr8Fitness collects your contact details, via an opt in form for the purpose of delivering a service, specifically to offer a free consultation followed by a free online programme or complementary face to face taster session
The information collected is used to
- Enable communication between Figr8Fitness and users of the website interested in applying for the free consultation and online programme or the free taster session
- Gather preliminary information about users of the website interested in applying for the free consultation and online programme or free taster session.
- Send marketing information with the permission of users interested in applying for the free consultation and online programme or free taster session, specifically to be able to send periodic newsletters or promotional offers
The information you provide is collected by Akua Agyei, self-employed personal trainer, fitness coach and founder of Figr8Fitness, of 38 Carholme Road, London SE23 2HS, England, United Kingdom.
The information collected is:
- Telephone number or Skype ID
- Email address
How your information is used?
Figr8Fitness collects and uses information to enable Akua Agyei to communicate via email and text messaging with users interested in applying for the free consultation and online programme or the free taster. In addition, the information is collected for:
- To enable communications between users and Figr8Fitness
- Providing marketing and promotional information
Figr8Fitness does not sell or share your personal information to third parties for third party direct marketing purposes.
Information retention and deletion
Figr8Fitness will retain your information during the time it provides services to the user, and for a further period of 6 months to be able to communicate, with permission from the user, promotional offers and information via newsletters. During this period users can choose to unsubscribe to newsletters or promotional contact at anytime, at which point any details held will be deleted, as unsubscribing from newsletters and promotional offerings will indicate the user no longer wishes to be contacted.