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Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement

Bloom Financials are dedicated to safeguarding client’s privacy and take reasonable steps to ensure the confidentiality and privacy of any information submitted by the client.

We Value Privacy

The information you enter on the website inquiry forms is stored and processed securely and confidentially. Client information such as name, phone number, fax number, and e-mail address is solely used to communicate about services. Without your permission, we will never share, lease, sell, or disclose your private information to any third-party entity for marketing reasons.

Bloom Financials enforce privacy policy strictly. The Bloom Financials Team uses suitable technology and practices to prevent unauthorised access, use, or disclosure of personal data. However, to offer essential services, we may need to disclose your data with Business partners, Affiliates, and Authorised service providers.

Names, e-mail addresses, company names, phone numbers, and countries, as well as web data like IP addresses, system locations, and cookies, are securely and confidentially saved on our websites. Unless a longer retention time is required by law or for directly linked legitimate business interests, we do not keep this data for any longer than is necessary to achieve the goals.

External Sites Linkage

Any links on our website to third-party websites are provided for your convenience only and should be used at your own risk. Bloom Financial is not responsible for these third-party websites’ security features, content, or privacy policies.

Upgradation of Privacy Policy at Regular Intervals

Bloom Financials will review, alter, or update its privacy policy as needed and make the new policy available on its website.

If you have any queries about our privacy policy, please get in touch with us via e-mail.

Cookie Policy

Bloom Financials Website Cookie Policy

What exactly are cookies?

When you visit a website, it saves a small data file called a cookie to your computer or other devices. Cookies are associated with the computer you use to access our site, not with you as an individual. No personal information is gathered unless you login or give personal data through your usage of this website.

Websites frequently use cookies to remember details about your current or prior visit. This may include decisions you’ve made or preferences you’ve expressed throughout your stay. It is something that many websites do in order to improve or personalise your current and future visits to that site or other linked sites.

When you visit a site that you’ve visited before, the site may employ a cookie to see what material you’ve looked at previously in order to get an idea of what topics would be of interest to you. Only the website that set the cookie or other sites with whom it has agreed to share information may see the information saved in a cookie.

How we utilise cookies

A cookie is a tiny file that requests permission to be stored on your hard disk. The file is added once you consent, and the cookie helps analyse online traffic or lets you know when you visit a specific site. Cookies enable online programs to respond to you as a unique person. By acquiring and retaining information about your preferences, the web application can customise its operations to your requirements, likes, and dislikes.

To determine which pages are being visited, we employ traffic log cookies. It allows us to analyse web page traffic statistics and develop our website to better meet the demands of our customers. This information is only used for statistical analysis, after which it is deleted from the system.

Overall, cookies assist us in providing a better website to you by allowing us to track which pages you find beneficial and which you do not. A cookie does not allow us access to your computer or any information about you other than the information you choose to provide.

You have the option of accepting or declining cookies. Most web browsers allow cookies by default; however, you can generally change your browser’s settings to reject cookies if you prefer. It may prohibit you from fully utilising the website.

Cookie tightened restrictions and new regulations

New UK cookie laws went into effect recently, and the Information Commissioner’s Office has published guidelines on how to use cookies on UK websites. Bloom Financials is dedicated to safeguarding your privacy and security, and we are actively working to ensure that we fully comply with the new rules.

Our policy on cookies

Our aim is to only use cookies to better how we do business with you or when they’re required for the site to function properly.

Cookies may be used for the following purposes:

  1. Keep track of information that will help you manage accounts and rules online, such as user login credentials.
  2. Learn how people use our websites, such as how frequently they visit, which pages they view, and which links they click on, so we can enhance them.
  3. Assist us in providing relevant information, such as services specifications and other information that may be of interest to you.
  4. Keep track of the media players you’re using so that any video material you watch looks good.

How to disable cookies

Cookies can be disabled in your browser’s settings. If you disable them, keep in mind that you may not be able to use all of the features on our websites. At the independent website, you may learn more about how to disable cookies.

Additional Google Analytics information

Google Analytics, a web analytics service offered by Google, Inc. (“Google”), is used on the Website.

Analytics cookies gather data that helps services to better understand how users engage with their services. These insights enable services to improve both content and features that enhance the user’s experience.