Last updated: 5th May 2016.
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Your privacy is important to us. Our policies and procedures are designed to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 and so we commit to process any personal information you share with us with your privacy in mind.
Any personal information shared with us will always be processed in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act 1998. We will only use the personal information you provide to deliver the services you have requested, or for our lawful, disclosed purposes. We will not make your personal details available outside of our group without your consent, unless obliged by law. We will never sell or rent your name or personal information to any third party without your permission.
Information we collect via this website and how we use it
We may collect personal information provided by your mortgage intermediary, via this website for the following purposes:
For more information on how we may use your personal data, please read our Fair Processing Notice
Once collected, personal information may be stored manually or electronically.
If false or inaccurate information is given to us and we suspect identity fraud, we will record this and may also pass this information to fraud prevention agencies and other organisations involved in crime and fraud prevention. By using our website, you agree that we may use the information we collect for these purposes.
We recommend that you check this page regularly, as from time to time we will review and update these policies. Any changes we make to the policies published here will be effective immediately.
The Mortgage Lender offers a range of mortgage products via Directly Authorised advisers and a limited set of distribution partners.
Our products are based off 3-month LIBOR, rounded up to two decimal places.
3-month LIBOR is 0.29%, effective from 12/9/17.
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