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The Right to Rectification

You are entitled to ask us to:
 
  • Correct inaccurate information about you;
  • Update the information we hold if it is incomplete;
 
If we agree that the personal information you have identified is factually inaccurate, we will correct it.
 
We will:
 
  • Endeavour to inform anyone with whom we may have shared your personal information of any correction(s) we have made so they can rectify the information they hold about you;
  • Tell you who the recipients of your information are if you ask us to do this so you can check they if have updated the personal information they hold about you.
 
If we disagree with your view that the information we hold about you is factually wrong, then in our response we will explain the basis for our decision and your right to complain to the Information Commissioner if you are not satisfied.
 
If you consider that personal information we hold about you is incomplete and we do not agree with this, we may offer you the option of adding a supplementary statement explaining why you consider the information we hold is incomplete.    
 
If you wish to make a request for your information to be rectified, please click here
Requests must be in writing and include 2 proofs of identity, one of which must be photographic and the other proof of your address
 
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