This Policy relates to personal information we handle about our members, visitors to our websites and other members of the public. This Policy explains how we collect and use your personal information, the security precautions we take, how you can access your personal information and how you can complain if you are of the view that your privacy has been breached.
By using this website, you accept this Policy in full and agree the terms are reasonable. If you disagree with these terms and conditions or any part of these terms and conditions, you must not use this website.
We use the information that we collect about you to deliver relevant information and offers, to improve our customer service to you and to create a more personalised online experience.
This Policy may change from time to time without notice, so please check back periodically. Except as limited below, we reserve the right to use or disclose your personally identifiable information for business reasons in whatever manner desired.
DIY Digital Marketing collects personal information which is necessary to conduct business with you. DIY Digital Marketing and its service providers may use your personal or business information and information you have supplied for purposes including to:
Employees of DIY Digital Marketing members and contracted suppliers are permitted authorised access to the Site as registered users. If you are a registered user of the Site, access to your account will be controlled by a unique username and password (unique login). A Users account will be registered under the employing company’s (the DIY Digital Marketing Member business or Contracted Supplier) account with DIY Digital Marketing. User ID and password are strictly personal to the User and nontransferable. The User shall ensure that they do not divulge or disclose their user ID or password to third parties. The protection of a Use’s registered access is the responsibility of the User. To prevent unauthorised access, the User should choose a strong password and keep it protected from others. In the event that User becomes aware that a user ID and / or password may have been divulged, disclosed or discovered by any third party, they shall immediately notify DIY Digital Marketing. DIY Digital Marketing accept no liability for actions taken and information accessed from a User’s account this is the responsibility of the registered User. Furthermore, it is the responsibility of the employing company to notify DIY Digital Marketing when an employee (who is a registered User of the site) leaves the company, to ensure we deactivate the User’s account and disable their unique log in. If the employing company wishes to have an employees account deactivated at any time for other reasons, the company has the right to request a Users account and unique login be deactivated. Please contact DIY Digital Marketing to deactivate a User.
When logged in, a User may be able to update personal information, access online help, perform certain tasks, make requests and view historical financial transaction data. Be aware this financial transaction data may be viewed as sensitive company information. The Prime Contact from a member business is permitted authorised access to undertake the aforementioned activities and, in addition, to update contact information and company information stored on our servers. The Prime Contact from a member business may be able to authorise other people (such as employees) to access, input and manage information on the Prime Contact’s behalf, including contact information and company information stored on our servers.
If you are considering sending us any personal information through unencrypted electronic means (e.g. standard email or through our online query system), please be aware that the information may be less secure in transit. We are subject to a number of laws requiring us to protect the security of personal information once it comes into our possession.
DIY Digital Marketing is also committed to protecting your information offline. All of your personal and business information, not just sensitive information, is subject to access controls.
We may provide your personal information to DIY Digital Marketing contracted suppliers and service providers who assist us with activities including, but not limited to client contact, archival, auditing, accounting, legal, business consulting, banking, delivery, data processing, automated communications, website or technology services. Our agreements with them protect the information that we collect from any use by them that we have not authorised. If you are a registered User of the Site, contracted suppliers may contact you with information about your account, special promotions and offers of their products and services. Aggregated data may be shared with third parties such as business partners or prospective contracted suppliers.
Some of the third parties described above including our service providers may be located internationally. You acknowledge that while these parties will often be subject to other confidentiality or privacy obligations, they may not in all cases be subject to the specific requirements of Australian or New Zealand privacy laws.
We reserve the right to disclose your personal information when we believe it is appropriate to comply with the law, facilitate court proceedings or to protect our rights.
Our web sites may contain links to other sites belonging to other parties and which are beyond the control of DIY Digital Marketing. Please note that we cannot vouch or be responsible for the privacy practices of non-DIY Digital Marketing sites.
The UEMA 2007 aims to stop people sending you unsolicited commercial electronic emails. If you, as a member or supplier of DIY Digital Marketing, receive an email from us promoting our products or services it is because we believe you have provided us with consent; either when your email address was submitted to us via www.DIY Digital Marketing.co.nz or by other means. You have the opportunity to opt out of all communications with the exception of supplier notices we may be legally bound by contract to pass on to you. Should you not want to receive email communications, you can manage which emails to receive from us in your account settings or alternatively contact us directly.
In the event that you need to access, update or correct your personal or business information, you can do so on the Site for information available there. Alternatively, you can contact us to request access to or changes to your personal information in accordance with the New Zealand Privacy Act of 1993. Please provide us with as much detail as you can about the particular information you are interested in, in order to help us locate it .The Office of the Privacy Commissioner (http://www.privacy.org.nz) provides further details of the New Zealand Privacy Act and how it protects personal information in New Zealand.
By providing us with your personal information online, whether via online form, live chat (DIY DIGITAL MARKETING Click to Chat), or by sending us an email, you agree to us:
b) retaining your personal information for contacting you via email, text message or online notification (without an unsubscribe facility), or by telephone or post, in regard to your specific request.
By entering into a live web or video chat with us, you agree to your chat conversation (which mayinclude personal information) being recorded and used by us for the purposes of assessing and helping to improve our chat service, and as a reference for queries from you about your chat with us.
When we no longer need your information We’re required to keep some of your information for certain periods of time under law but otherwise won’t keep your information for longer than we require it for our purposes. When we no longer require your information, we’ll ensure that your information is destroyed or de-identified.
We use session cookies to identify a particular session on our website. A session is the time you visited and spent on our website using a certain device. The information collected from the session (which may or may not identify you personally) is about your browsing activities on our websites, such as what buttons you clicked, what pages you visited, what content we displayed to you and information you enter on our site. We don’t monitor your activity after you have left our website, nor do we monitor what you are doing on other websites at the same time as you are using ours.
Every time you go back to our website using the same computer in the same session, the website will recognise what happened previously with the browsing activities on that computer.
We use persistent cookies to give you the ability to set your own preferences for our site (for example, setting the business banking page as your homepage). We may also use these cookies for the purpose of fraud detection and investigation.
In most circumstances you can adjust the settings on your browser to notify you when you are offered a cookie so you can decide whether or not to accept it. However, if you disable or block cookies, our secure services won’t work and other parts of our website may not work properly.
To learn more about cookies, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
These collect information covering multiple sessions across multiple devices which may identify you personally, for example, where you provide us with information on an online form (regardless of whether that form is submitted or not) or when you are using, or have used, one of our secure online services.
We can use this information to:
We may combine the following information (which may or may not identify you personally):
Related company has the same meaning as set out in section 2(3) of the Companies Act 1993, as if ‘company’ includes a company or other body corporate, incorporated or constituted in New Zealand or any other jurisdiction.
Where our website contains hyperlinks to third party websites, we are not responsible for the availability, content, accuracy, or privacy practices of these websites.
The EU GDPR establishes a uniform data protection law across the European Economic Area (EEA) and aims to protect the privacy and use of EEA residents’ personal data in an increasingly digital world. An EU GDPR Privacy Statement has been published which sets out how we, Bank of New Zealand, will be complying with these obligations to protect the data of DIY DIGITAL MARKETING customers who reside in an EEA country.
Please contact us if you have any feedback or concerns about privacy. Where you express any concerns that we have interfered with your privacy, we will respond to let you know who will be handling your matter and when you can expect a further response.