GDPR stands for 'General Data Protection Regulation' and is the new data protection regulation that applies to any organisation which holds and processes the personal data of any data subject residing in EU member states and came into effect 25th May 2018.
We will only share your data if there is a lawful ground to do so or you have given us your consent. We never share your personal data for commercial reasons. Please see the TBUK Privacy Statement for further details.
If you wish to make a request then please complete the Personal data rights request form below and send it to us. There is a link to this form from the TBUK Privacy Statement under the section 'What are your rights?'.
Yes, so long as we have already received details of the Power of Attorney so that we have proof in place that you are legally entitled to act on our customers behalf.
You will need to complete the Personal data rights request form below with the details of our customer on whose behalf you are making the request and add a cover letter with your own details (name, address, relationship to the person you are making the request about). We will also need you to enclose proof of your identity. You can contact us for a list of what documents are acceptable for confirming your ID.
I would like to change my marketing preferences, do I need to contact you?
Usually there is no charge.
However, guidance from the Information Commissioner's Office says that we may charge a fee where a request "is manifestly unfounded or excessive, particularly if it is repetitive".
We will consider each request we receive on a case-by-case basis, and if we consider that it does fall into one of the categories above, we will notify you of the potential charges before we continue.
If you have an on-line account, you can simply log in and make the changes. If you have a postal account you can write to us with your old and new address details, your account number, telephone number and a signature.
If you are making a request on your own behalf then the Data Subject is you.
If you are making a request about someone else's data (for example, if you have the legal right to do so as you hold a Power of Attorney) then the person whose data you are enquiring about is the Data Subject.
As the request is related to personal data, we will require proof of your identity to make sure that the request is valid. We will use reasonable means to verify the identity of the person making the request.
For customers using internet banking a secure message would be sufficient to confirm that the request does come from you.
Where ID has been requested, please send a certified copy of your identification document. Should you send us a copy of your identification card or drivers licence, please make sure you send a copy of both sides. Details of acceptable identification documents are sent out with a request for ID.