MyGrid does not sell or rent your Personal Information to
third parties. Personal Information is information about an identifiable
individual, as defined by the Privacy Act 1993.
MyGrid collects information about you through your use of
the Services and the Website, including your registration details and
information relating to your use of the Website and the Services, such as the
content you access (like listings you have viewed and the search queries you
MyGrid uses the information we collect to help us provide
the Services to you, to verify your identity, to enforce or apply our terms and
conditions, for internal research purposes, for promoting and marketing other MyGrid
products and Services to you, and for any other use that you authorise.
We release Personal Information only when we believe release
is appropriate for legal compliance and law enforcement (including to
government agencies with statutory law enforcement responsibilities); to
facilitate court proceedings; enforce or apply our terms and conditions; or
protect the rights, property, or safety of MyGrid, our users, or others.
Government agencies with statutory roles enabling them to request data from us
include but are not restricted to the Police, Inland Revenue and the Ministry
of Business, Innovation and Employment.
For more information just email us or use the contact page.
Where MyGrid uses third parties to undertake services, we
may provide those third parties with some of your information if it is required
to fulfil those services. For example, we use third party couriers. We require
any third party to undertake strict precautions to protect your information
against unauthorised use or disclosure.
It is the policy of MyGrid to send our members email
marketing promotions outlining special offers and new products, in addition to
customary business communications (payment confirmations, etc.). Further, it is
our policy to immediately remove anyone from any mailing list upon the member's
request. In addition, MyGrid may choose to send newsletters and other
communications. Newsletters will contain clear and obvious instructions for how
the member can remove himself or herself from that mailing list. Or you can
contact us through this websites contact us page.
3. Membership Registration
Our site's registration form requires you to provide us
contact information and may also require demographic information. We may use
your contact information from the registration form to send you information
about our company and promotional material from some of our affiliated
partners. Your contact information is also used to contact you when necessary.
Membership is not required to complete a purchase and a guest checkout is
4. Managing your Personal Information
The Privacy Act gives you the right to access and correct
your information. Contact us if you wish to access or update your Personal
Information, including changing your email address, password, phone number,
4. Membership removal
If you wish to have your registration removed from our
directory for any reason, you may send us an email requesting this.