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Privacy and your data

How your data is used


Your name, email address and IP address will also be required if you make a comment on any pages or posts on the blog. This information may be used to contact you if the comment requires a follow-up.

The name you enter will be published, and I reserve the right to edit and comment you write. I also do not have to approve a comment posted.

IP addresses help with the security of the site in the case of spammers or hackers.


If you complete a form to join UKMB then the data you enter falls under this whole data policy.

How your data is processed

This information will never be shared with a third party without your express consent unless I am required to do so by law.

You may request a copy of any data I hold about you. Please make these requests via the contact form.

Data is only kept for as long as it is needed to fulfill the purpose you gave it.



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External sites

All these policies only adhere UK Money Bloggers. If you click through to any external website from a link on this site then new privacy policies will come into force and you should check these. I am not responsible for any policies or content on linked to sites.


Any information produced by UK Money Bloggers does not constitute formal financial advice. You should seek advice for matter which could seriously affect your finances.

Views expressed in articles are those of the writer or interviewee and do not necessarily represent the views of UK Money Bloggers organisers.