Privacy Policy

When you visit our website your right to privacy will be respected. We do not use cookies for the purpose of tracking visitors.

1. Working Capital Repatriators Ltd (WCR) are registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office. The following Privacy Policy together with WCR’s Terms and Conditions of Business sets out the basis on which any data or information that you provide to us or that we collect from you will be processed and stored by WCR.

For further information on our data and privacy policy contact:
The Data Protection and Control Manager
Working Capital Repatriators Ltd
8 The Studios, Bushey WD23 3GZ

2. Definitions
“You” means you as the user of this site.
“Data and Information” is the data and information entered when you complete forms on our site.
“We” means WCR (www.wcr-uk.co.uk) the provider of this site.

3. Data and information
We may use contact data and information that you provide to fulfil our obligations in any contract entered into between us and our Clients, and in evidence in Court and Civil proceedings.
The data and information provided by you will be kept confidential and could be used to support our Client relationships. We do not share, disclose or sell your information outside of our own business group.

4. Cookies
We use these cookies for the following purposes:
Working Capital Repatriators Ltd (www.wcr-uk.co.uk) use cookies to recognise return visitors to our site, in order that we can improve the users’ experience.
Google
We use Google Analytics to help us improve the performance of the website by recording browsing information.
Social media cookies
You are welcome to share the content of this website by using the links to Facebook, Twitter and Google+, these companies may use cookies if you do so.

5. Managing cookies
Information on deleting, restricting and controlling cookies is available at www.aboutcookies.org.

6. Summary
You can be safe in the knowledge that we do not use cookies to track visitors and your privacy when using this site is important to us.

7. Your consent
When you enter your contact details in to a form on our site, you are consenting to the use of data and information by us as detailed in this Privacy Policy.

8. Access to your information
You have the right to access the information we hold about you under the provisions of both1998 Data Protection Act and changes that are due to come in to force through GDPR legislation as of 25 May 2018. Click here to view our GDPR policy.