Answerpoints is a division of Aurora Market Research Ltd.
Aurora Market Research is committed to making protection of your privacy a top priority.
We run market research surveys to find out about what you think. We do not try to sell or promote anything. We will do our best not to mislead you about the nature of the research or the use, which will be made of, the findings.
All surveys that we conduct will contain information about the identity of the client, unless there are good reasons for not providing this information.
During online surveys we often ask personal information such as age, sex, occupation etc. This information is collected for analysis purposes only and will only be used in aggregated form. It is not identified to you personally.
Any answers you give to any survey run by Aurora Market Research will remain confidential unless you specifically give your consent to the contrary. No information is collected during any survey without your prior knowledge and consent.
If you think you have been emailed a survey by Aurora Market Research without having given your permission then please contact us and we will remove your name from the database.
Very occasionally, our surveys may ask you for personal information that enables you to be identified - such as your name or email address - for the purposes of a prize draw notification, or a follow-up survey, for example. When this information is requested, we will clearly state the reason we are asking for it, and ask you for your permission to use it for the purposes stated. In the relatively few instances where we ask you for permission to pass data on in a form which allows you to be personally identified, we will do all that is reasonable to ensure that the information will be used only for the purposes stated.
As with all forms of market research, your co-operation is voluntary at all times. You are entitled at any stage or subsequently to ask that part or all of the record of your interview be destroyed or deleted. Wherever reasonable and practical, we will carry out such a request.
In research involving children, we will conform to the terms of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) of 1998 and seek the verifiable permission of a parent or legal guardian before an interview commences.