Privacy Policy


FPAR Privacy Policy


It is our policy to respect your privacy regarding any information we may collect from you.


This Privacy Policy contains an explanation of what happens to the personal data that you choose to provide, or that is collected from you.


FPAR collects and holds personal information about its members. This includes:


Personal names

Business name.

Trading address

Email address/es

Telephone numbers, home and/or work

Current trading status

Number of years the business has been trading

Ltd company number (if applicable)

Names of any partners/directors in the business

VAT Reg. No. (If any)

ICO Number

Web site address (if any)

Details of any Professional Qualifications

Details of any Professional Association Membership (inc HHA)

Types of insurance held e.g. Professional Indemnity, Public Liability etc. (if any)

Name of Insurer and policy number(s) as applicable.

Attendance at any HHA Master Classes at the time of joining FPAR . If so when(year) and which?

Number of intestate estates completed (including BV ones) at the time of joining FPAR

Number of intestate estates administered (inc those needing LoA) at the time of joining FPAR

If employed by, or working regularly as an agent for, one or more research firms at the time of joining FPAR. If so, whom

Date of formally joining FPAR.



The information held can be updated or deleted by yourself using your account sign-in details or by contacting us at


You are free to resign your membership at any point by contacting us at, upon which your details will be deleted from our records.


We only ask for personal information when we truly need it to provide the service of FPAR membership to you. We collect it by lawful means, with your knowledge and consent. Any information you have provided is used solely and exclusively for the purpose of administering your FPAR membership and for your own advertising purposes on the website in the list of FPAR members.


Information collected from you is therefore used for the following purposes:

1) To meet our contractual obligations with you with regard to your membership of FPAR.

2) To provide you with information relating to product/s or service/s that you have requested.

3) To process or administer the relevant product/s or service/s you have requested.



We only retain any collected information for as long as necessary to provide you with your requested service of FPAR membership. When your membership expires or when you resign your membership all the information held is deleted.


Except for the purpose of advertising your services and business on the FPAR website, a core reason for your membership, we do not sell, give, lend or share any personally identifying information, such as email addresses, publicly or with third-parties, except:


1) Where we are legally required to disclose your information.

2) To assist fraud reduction and minimise credit risks.



Storing Your Personal Data:


All reasonable precautions will be taken to ensure that your data remains secure and is handled in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Data that is provided is stored on secure servers although the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure and cannot therefore be guaranteed. The security of data sent electronically, and transmission of such, is therefore entirely at your own risk.


Your continued membership of FPAR will be regarded as acceptance of this policy.


If you have any questions about this policy or wish to see the details we hold about you please contact us at


This policy came into effect as of 25 May 2018.