How we handle your personal data.
When you join Sintillate Talent we want you to know exactly what happens with your data, so you can have complete confidence in being one of our talent. The information that we request from you is for one purpose only, to improve your experience and support you to secure opportunities provided by Sintillate Talent. We keep your data safe in the right way and do not share it with any 3rd parties, outside of the purposes of providing contact details once a role has been confirmed and you have agreed to sharing details with the point of contact at the relevant assignment.
What data do we collect?
This list includes some mandatory data which we request from you, in addition to optional data you can tell us during the consultation which may support you to find more relevant opportunities. The mandatory info include Name, email address, contact number, location, age (we can only work with people over 18), uploaded images, height, weight, chest and bust size, waist size, eye colour and hair colour. Any additional information we may ask for during consultation which is optional may include ethnicity, nationality, shoe size, bust size, waist size, dress size, language spoken.
Which providers do we share your data with? Companies we use to connect with to provide services through our website or we have built a relationship with at external events/networking. Bank details will be required for payment using secure services such as Paypal or bank transitions to handle to the online payment securely, which you can choose from. paid for the services we connect with worldwide payment companies such as Paypal to handle to the online payment securely.
Which 3rd parties do we share your data with?
We do will not share your data with any third parties, unless we have your permission or are required by law to do so.
How long do we keep your data?
Your data will be kept as long as you are a user of our site and have not requested that your account and data to be erased.
Where is it stored?
All data is stored on a single secured database accessible by one authorised employee.
Do we have lawful reasons why we need this data? The lawful reasons why we need this data are legitimate interests pursued by the company, as established by the GDPR (Article 6).
What do we do with this information?
How you can control the use and display of your information?