Synonymous is committed to respecting and protecting the data collected through this website, owned by Synonymous. You may learn more about how data is collected, used, stored and your right to control that information below.
The information collected through this website is acquired through contact forms, questionnaires, enquiries or written correspondence. Such forms ask you for your full name, electronic email, telephone numbers, residence or business postal address and website (if applicable). We will only process and store this personal information internally within our studio and will not disclose it any further. The information is gathered specifically for the purpose of conducting future business, with the capability of contacting you discussing the related details of our services pertaining to your project or inquiry. To provide our services we may need to pass your details onto other businesses we work with in relation to your project. In these circumstances, we will ensure your data is properly protected and is only used in accordance with this policy.
Your Right to your Information
You may notify us of any changes you would like made to your details and we'll be sure to edit them accordingly or ask us to remove your information from our files by emailing Synonymous at Contact@synonymouss.com
Our Right to Changes
Synonymous reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time by posting changes on the website. It is your responsibility to review the website terms and conditions regularly to ensure you are aware of the latest terms and conditions. Your use of the website after a change has been posted will be deemed to signify your acceptance of the modified terms and conditions.
All intellectual property rights whether registered or unregistered in any information, content, materials data or processes contained in or to this website belong to Synonymous or its licensed source. All rights of Synonymous in such intellectual property are hereby reserved. No part of this website may be reproduced in any material form (including storing it in any medium by electronic means) without the written permission of the copyright owner. You may download one copy of the material on any single computer for your private use only provided that all copyright and other proprietary notices are kept intact.