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If you have received a Subject Access Request or other GDPR Complaint you need to take action now. GDPR regulations are strict and have defined time limits for responses. Failure to respond could result in an ICO investigation, fines, or even legal action. SARs can be issued to you by anyone including customers, employees, and anyone where you collect, store, or process their data. SARs are very annoying but need to be processed and should never be ignored. If you receive a SAR, you can call us anytime – advice is always free. If you are looking for free advice register now at: Register Free and call us anytime.
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