crashMATHS Limited is a private company, incorporated in England and Wales and limited by shares. The registered company number is 10732650. The registered company address can be found on Companies House. crashMATHS is a registered trademark of crashMATHS Limited. You must not use our brand in any context that may mislead other individuals or institutions about your affiliation with us without prior written permission. Imitation of crashMATHS, including the use of social media accounts with our (or a similar name), is an infringement of our trademark and we will not hesitate to take legal action to protect our trademark.
All of the practice papers, video solutions and other branded material that are present on this website are under the copyright of crashMATHS. By using this website, you acknowledge the copyright of the named materials and declare to respect it. If you do not want to respect this, or any of the terms listed below, you should terminate your use of this site and the materials we produce immediately.
- You do not need a licence or permission to view or use the site.
- All the material that is publicly available made be used by all members of the public.
- You may view our material or download the material, but this must be for educational purposes only.
- You must not reproduce our practice papers, video tutorials or other branded material in a way that mislead others into believing they are the property of another individual or company.
- In no situation are you permitted to placing any logo or text onto our practice papers, video tutorials or other branded material.
- No material from this site may be hosted on other sites without receiving prior written permission from crashMATHS.
- Other websites are permitted to redirect their users to our website through external links without receiving written permission from crashMATHS.
- Examination boards can use, borrow and/or adapt any of our material for use in public examinations or other resources provided permission is granted retrospectively.
- In no situation will crashMATHS be held responsible for any loss suffered as a result of the material on our site.
- You agree to have any personal data you have provided (in forms outlined in our Privacy Statement) processed in accordance with our Privacy Statement.
- We do not believe to have infringed the copyright of any other individual or company. Should you believe that your copyright has been infringed by us, please contact us immediately and we will aim to review this. Note: copyright infringement claims must come directly from the copyright holder or a legal representative.
This statement explains how we use your personal information. By accessing and using crashMATHS’ websites, or by giving us your personal information by email, telephone, at an event or on an application form, you agree to your personal data being used in accordance with this statement, which is a term in our Terms and Conditions. crashMATHS abides by the Data Protection Act 1998 and require all those who supply or use our data to abide by this Act.
1. Collecting Personal Information
We understand how important your personal information is and we are committed to respecting and protecting your privacy. When you register with crashMATHS for one our services, including, but not limited to, the mock exam service or for tuition, you will be asked to provide personal information; this may include your name, address, centre name/number, email address, phone number and other details. crashMATHS will secure this data securely on their databases and servers, and use it for the purposes outlined below.
2. Use of Personal Information
crashMATHS collects personal data for the purposes of administrating mock examinations, marketing mock examinations, providing services to schools, providing tuitions to individuals or schools, carrying out market research and recommending products and services that might interest you.
crashMATHS only uses personal information for purposes within the context of the purposes outlined above, and will keep the information as long as necessary to support these purposes.
Unless you inform crashMATHS that you do not wish to receive marketing messages from us, then crashMATHS may send you information about relevant services, products and events. crashMATHS will always give you an opportunity to ‘opt out’ of such communications with each marketing message crashMATHS may send you.
3. Controlling Access to Personal Information
Without prior consent, crashMATHS will not pass on your details to any third party, unless you give us permission, or crashMATHS is required to do so by law.
4. Storing your Personal Information
5. Data Protection Act – requesting further information
crashMATHS complies with the Data Protection Act 1998. At the time this privacy statement was created, crashMATHS was not required to register with the Information Commissioner’s Office, but crashMATHS will register should this become necessary.
If you have had any dealings with crashMATHS, then it is possible that crashMATHS holds data about you. You are entitled to ask crashMATHS to disclose the information that it holds about you and, for a standard fee of £8, crashMATHS will share this information with you in 40 days. You are entitled to ask crashMATHS to correct any inaccuracies in any of the data it holds about you.
At the time this privacy statement was created, crashMATHS does not process any online payment through its website. Payment is controlled through the external agent PayPal or by direct bank transfer. However, in future, we will process payment through our website; our privacy statement will be updated when this happens.
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7. Links to Third Parties
The crashMATHS website includes links to other third party websites. crashMATHS is not responsible for the data protection and privacy policies, procedures or the content of these linked websites, or any viruses which may be contained in them. You should read the relevant statements that apply to those sites.
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