Thank you for visiting Living Alone Online.com, while visiting this website and the organisations (Living Alone Online) including its social networking (Facebook/Twitter) you are agreeing to our Terms & Conditions.
1.0 – General Terms & Conditions:
1.1 Any abusive or bullying language will not be tolerated and you may be temporarily/permanently banned from visiting Living Alone Online and its organisations.
1.2 We do not need to give notice to ban a selected user(s).
1.3 Living Alone Online is an advice organisation and not a counselling charity, any people who we (Living Alone Online) feel may need extra help such as Counselling we may refer you to the relevant organisations at your permission.
1.4 Any advice given through Living Alone Online and its Organisations including Social Networking websites (Facebook and/or Twitter) is only advice. We are not trained counsellors therefore we can only advise.
1.5 The company will not be liable or responsible for any problems occurred with your software/computer while visiting our website(s).
1.6 Any abusive/threatening language directed to any staff members, other users or to the organisation (Living Alone Online) is not tolerated and may be reported to the police for further investigation this includes us passing the details we have on record for you.
2.0 – Competitions:
2.1 Living Alone Online.com reserves the right to cancel the competition(s) at any time without prior notice.
2.2 You must be 16 or over to take part, anyone under this age will be automatically disqualified and/or banned unless otherwise stated.
2.3 Living Alone Online.com and its Social networking may use pictures received for marketing.
2.4 Competitions close at 23:59:59 on the closing day unless otherwise stated.
2.5 Winners will be picked at random by a member(s) of staff or the general public.
2.6 No Family members of staff are permitted to enter the competition(s).
2.7 Entrants can be made via Social Networking sites (Facebook and/or Twitter) unless otherwise stated.
2.8 Results and/or Winner will be announced no later than 7 days of competition(s) closing date.
2.9 Once decisions are announced they are final and cannot be changed.
2.10 The winner(s) have a further 7 days of the winner(s) being announced to redeem prize otherwise the prize will be passed to the next winning candidate, if there is no runner up the competition will be withdrawn.
2.11 Any entree(s) entering the competition(s) will abide by the general terms and conditions of Living Alone Online and its companies/organisations.
2.12 Any prize(s) can take up to 30 days to be received from winning entry.
2.13 Any vouchers given cannot be exchanged for anything else i.e. Money
2.13 – Facebook Voucher Competition:
2.14 All other terms & Conditions within Living Alone Online apply.
3.0 – Members Area & Access
3.1 Any users spamming the website will be subject to a ban.
3.2 Users will automatically be signed up to email alerts provided by Living Alone Online and its organisation(s)
3.3 Any user wishing to cancel their membership with Living Alone Online will need to provide their cancellation in writing through the contact form online.
3.4 Any membership cancellation requests will be actioned within 7 days of receiving the request.
3.5 Living Alone Online does not need to provide information/reason or a warning for cancelling a members account.
3.6 Due to the Data Protection Act 1998 we will only use your information for internal use only unless otherwise needed, see article 1.6/10.1 for more information.
3.7 Membership access is for specific pages that require additional information to view them.
4.0 – Content
4.1 Content within Living Alone Online.com and its organisation(s) is subject to copyright unless permission has been granted in writing.
4.2 Living Alone Online.com is not responsible for any 3rd party links with errors or cause distress/viruses to you or your systems.
10.0 – Data Protection Act 1998
10.1 The Data Protection Act 1998 is a United Kingdom Act of Parliament which defines UK law on the processing of data on identifiable living people. It is the main piece of legislation that governs the protection of personal data in the UK. Although the Act itself does not mention privacy, it was enacted to bring UK law into line with the EU data protection directive of 1995 which required Member States to protect people’s fundamental rights and freedoms and in particular their right to privacy with respect to the processing of personal data. In practice it provides a way for individuals to control information about themselves. Most of the Act does not apply to domestic use, for example keeping a personal address book. Anyone holding personal data for other purposes is legally obliged to comply with this Act, subject to some exemptions. The Act defines eight data protection principles. It also requires companies and individuals to keep personal information to themselves.