Privacy Policy


Scarlett Beaufort (we, us, our) complies with the New Zealand Privacy Act 1993 (the Act) when dealing with personal information. Personal information is information about an identifiable individual (a natural person). This policy sets out how we will collect, use, disclose and protect your personal information. This policy does not limit or exclude any of your rights under the Act. If you wish to seek further information on the Act, see



We may change this policy by uploading a revised policy onto the website. The change will apply from the date that we upload the revised policy. This policy was last updated: 12 August 2019.



We collect personal information about you from:

  • you, when you provide that personal information to us, including via the website and any related service, through any registration or subscription process, through any contact with us (e.g. telephone call or email), or when you buy or use our services and products

  • third parties where you have authorised this or the information is publicly available. Where possible, we will collect personal information from you directly.

This information may include:

  • Contact information (name, phone number, email).

  • Work information (job title, company, location).

  • Digital information through Google Analytics. More about detail about digital information is set out below.

  • Offline interactions with us (meeting notes, service preferences).



We will use your personal information:

  • to verify your identity

  • to provide services and products to you

  • to market our services and products to you, including contacting you electronically with your consent (e.g. by text or email for this purpose)

  • to improve the services and products that we provide to you

  • to bill you and to collect money that you owe us, including authorising and processing credit card transactions

  • to respond to communications from you, including a complaint

  • to conduct research and statistical analysis (on an anonymised basis)

  • to protect and/or enforce our legal rights and interests, including defending any claim

  • for any other purpose authorised by you or the Act.



We may disclose your personal information to:

  • any other person authorised by you.

  • as required to law enforcement when you are in breach of local law while engaging with our service



On our website, we use Google Analytics. This uses cookies to let us know things like how you got to our website, what pages were viewed, blogs read, any interactions such as filling out a form to contact us. Your information is still anonymous until you choose to supply us with more information. We collect this information for research and advertising purposes.

We want to make it clear that you don’t have to give us this information. There are a number of ways to control the cookies on your website browser:

  • When you first visit this website, you’ll be advised that we use cookies and that by proceeding you are actively consenting to their use.

  • If you delete your cookies or clear your cache, you may be asked to give your consent again. This is because a cookie is usually used to remember the choice you made the first time.

  • If you wish to revoke your consent to the use of cookies on this website you can either delete the cookies in your browser’s memory or clear your cache.

  • If you wish to prevent cookies being set before you visit this website (or most other websites) you can set your browser to block cookies. Most browsers allow you to do this in their settings.



We will take reasonable steps to keep your personal information safe from loss, unauthorised activity, or other misuse. Our data processors and third parties are bound by contract to do the same. All your data is password protected and is only accessed by Scarlett Beaufort staff, who are trained to process, record and maintain security for the data we hold.

While we take reasonable steps to maintain secure internet connections, if you provide us with personal information over the internet, the provision of that information is at your own risk. If you follow a link on our website to another site, the owner of that site will have its own privacy policy relating to your personal information. We suggest you review that site’s privacy policy before you provide personal information.



Subject to certain grounds for refusal set out in the Act, you have the right to access your readily retrievable personal information that we hold and to request a correction to your personal information. Before you exercise this right, we will need evidence to confirm that you are the individual to whom the personal information relates.

In respect of a request for correction, if we think the correction is reasonable and we are reasonably able to change the personal information, we will make the correction. If we do not make the correction, we will take reasonable steps to note on the personal information that you requested the correction. If you want to exercise either of the above rights, contact us. Your enquiry should provide evidence of who you are and set out the details of your request (e.g. the personal information, or the correction, that you are requesting). We may charge you our reasonable costs of providing to you copies of your personal information or correcting that information.