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The following statement is a summary of our Privacy Policy.

This statement and the Privacy Policy apply to all information you provide on the Smart Property Investment website and in relation to any services provided through our site.

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  • When you register as a Member or for other services offered on or via the Smart Property Investment website, we’ll ask you to provide personal information.
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  • We use cookies and other technologies to keep track of your interactions with our sites and services to offer a personalised experience.

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Go to Contact Us if you wish to:

  • make choices about how we communicate with you;
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  • view and edit your personal information.

Use of information

  • We use the information we collect to provide the services you have expressly requested.
  • Our services may include the display of personalised content and advertising:
    we use your information to send you:
    - updates on new services;
    - member-only offers from our carefully selected partners; and
    - email newsletters to which you have subscribed, and, new competitions.
  • We will never share your information with a third party or allow it to send you direct communications about its products without your consent.
  • In order to help provide our services, we occasionally provide information to other companies who work on our behalf.

For more information

If you want to know more about our privacy practices, go to the Full Privacy Policy on our website, or Contact Us.


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