Burgh House unsolicited emails policy
Burgh House rarely sends out unsolicited emails. When we do it is because we feel the recipients will benefit from receiving the email, and we always make sure we follow the following policy:
We keep the emails short, to avoid unnecessary waste of your data allowance. We avoid including images and unnecessary text, supplying weblinks from where you can get additional information if you are interested.
We do not purchase email addresses. If your email address is in our database it is because we have had communication with you in the past, or because your email address is in the public domain (e.g. in the Directory) or because your address has appeared on an open CC list.
We target our emails to ensure as far as possible that they are of potential interest to those who receive them.
We send them rarely.
If you have received an email from us that does not meet these conditions, firstly we apologise and secondly, please tell us about it and explain how we failed. We’ll take your comments into account in the future.
Burgh House does not provide any services that require regulation under the Financial Services Ordinance 2008.
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