What information do we collect?
Our information is assimilated through the details that are provided once the relevant form(s) has / have been completed.
Upon submission of your details for Taxaccutive to contact you, or upon your registration at our site, you may be requested to enter specific information. You are entitled however to visit the site anonymously.
Usage of Information
Any or all information that is collected from you, may be used in one or more of the following ways:
To personalise your experience – The information that you provide assists us in attending and responding to your individual needs. Should you submit your details for us to contact you, the website will forward your information to our corresponding mailbox.
To improve our website – We constantly strive to enhance our website services based on the information and feedback received from you, the user.
To improve customer service – The information that you provide will assist us to effectively and efficiently respond to your customer service requests and support needs.
How do we protect your information?
We have implemented an array of security measures to maintain and ensure the safety of your personal information when you provide, insert or access your personal information.
We provide for the usage of a secure server in order to ensure confidentiality of your details.
Do we disclose any information to outside parties?
We do not trade, sell or otherwise provide and / or transfer to outside parties your personal identifiable information. This does not include (and accordingly is not limited to) trusted third parties who provide the necessary assistance in operating our website, conducting our business and / or providing our service(s) to you, on the premise that the receiving party maintains confidentiality over such information. We must and / or may release your information if compelled by law to do so (ex. FICA regulations), if same is required to enforce our policies, the protection of our and / or others rights, property, person or safety. Non-personal and / or identifiable information may be utilised and / or provided to other parties for marketing, advertising or other uses.
Electronic Communications Act No 36 of 2005 Compliance
As we place paramount value on your privacy, we have employed the necessary precautions to certify compliance with the Electronic Communications Act.
Alterations and/or Amendments
Should you have any queries regarding the above, please contact us on +27 11 025 0971.
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