Marichen Mortimer & Associates Privacy Policy stops your information from being sold to 3rd parties or otherwise made vulnerable to attack.


This is Marichen Mortimer's GDPR compliant privacy policy (as at Dec 2019): we protect your information fiercely and ethically.

When potential clients contact us via phone or e-mail or they enquire / follow via any of the automated mechanisms available, including newsletter subscription and social media, or they become a client, we clearly have access to contact information to allow us to contact them back, quote them, book them into our calendar, ask for satisfaction surveys or send out newsletters or other marketing material. This includes information generally classed as personally identifiable to you as an individual: name, e-mail address, contact telephone number/s, nature of business, bank and web address.

By virtue of the fact that you connect with us or provide us with any personal info, you are consenting to us collecting, storing and using your information. If you don't consent, kindly do not contact us, subscribe, follow us, or provide us with your information.

At MM&A we respect the privacy of information, treat it with absolute confidentiality and we will never share, sell or pass on your private / contact information to any 3rd party not directly linked with the management and marketing of Marichen Mortimer & Associates.

Your information is protected by administrative processes, electronic cyber secutiry systems and physical security measures on our premises.

You are within your rights to withdraw any consent previously granted, or inferred, regarding your info. You'll always be presented with the opportunity to unsubscribe from our letters via the UNSUBSCRIBE mechanism or by sending us an e-mail that requests us to remove you (we will send you a confirmation; if we don't we did not receive your e-mail). We will respond by deleting all information we have about you (unless we are required by law to retain any) and you won't receive further communications.

In our work with corporates especially, we also gain insight into their most closely guarded strategies and we are more than happy to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) should this be required by your organisation.

Please rest assured: our privacy policy and personal and business ethics will always solidly protect your valuable information, regardless.