New Data Protection Regulations

And what it means for you.

A message from Rob Cornish, founder of Gain Higher Ground

As you might be aware new European Union data protection laws are coming into effect on 25th May 2018.

These new rules are called ‘GDPR’ – General Data Protection Regulation.

We welcome these because they aim to better protect consumers in terms of how their data is used and processed.

It is important to let you know that we have updated our Data Privacy Statement which you can read by clicking here (link will open in a new browser tab).

You’ll see it describes what data we collect from you, how we use it and our justification for processing it.

The page linked to above also contains important information regarding our Cookie Policy, Refund Policy, Terms & Conditions and Earnings Disclaimer.

Whilst these are not directly related to the new GDPR legislation, it is recommended that you carefully read through these too.

Your Rights

Under GDPR you are provided with a number of rights.

You can read about these on the ico website:

Importantly, you have the right to:

1. Ask for access to the information we store about you.

We can do this upon your request.

2. Object to processing (‘Right To Object’)

If you don’t wish us to automatically process your data or to use it for marketing analysis then you can let us know and we will stop using your data for these purposes.

3. Amend your information (‘Right To Rectification’)

If you think the data we hold is incorrect or needs updating please contact us and we will correct it.

4. Ask us to delete your data (‘Right To Be Forgotten’)

We can do this upon your request.

5. Request that we restrict the processing of your information

We can do this upon your request.

6. Request a copy of your data (‘Data Portability’)

If you gave us the data directly or via a contract you have with us you can ask us for a full copy of the data we hold.

If you would like to contact us about anything related to this, please email

Kind regards,

Rob Cornish

Gain Higher Ground