Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by MikeTimbers, 20 Jun 2006.
They even sold addresses to a company whose directors were in jail!!
I must get a letter every month from Capital One and MBNA and I'm very carefull about not allowing marketing letters etc.
Anyway, straight in the bin, minus the free pen.
I think there is also a Mailing Preference Service, like the TPS.
that sort of thing REALLY annoys me as you've no choice but to give your details to them, then they go and pass them on like this
All part of Gordon Browns great economical management. Borrow money and flog yourprivate details and then pinch your house when you die.
aye shred the stuff!!
Shame the DVLA weren't in charge of the 'lost' asylum seekers or all the criminals mistakenly left to roam the country after we forgot to kick them out. They'd have found them in about 5 minutes flat.
You knows it. *mutters about DVLA*
They have been able to sell, or charge an admin fee as they call it, for the names since 1971 so blame lies at previous governments for allowing this in the first place.
About time they reviewed it. I recall reading about this in 2005.
Is this kind of behaviour against the Data Protection Act?
Otherwise I would like to see a OPT out box when I submit information to the DVLA.
Separate names with a comma.