Meecham, Prinsloo & Associates Disclaimers, Data Protection and Privacy Policies updated: 26/03/2015

Data Protection

Thank you for visiting this website. places great importance on data security and data protection. Protecting personal rights is integral to our corporate culture and built into our services and products. We respect the safety of your personal data. That is why we continuously works to improve data security measures to protect you and your privacy.
This data protection statement explains what type of information we record when you visit our website, and how we use it. The statement does not apply to websites run by companies that are not part of but who may provide a link to this or any other website.
Collection and use of personal data
When you visit one of our websites, our web server temporarily records the following information for system security purposes: the domain name or IP address of the computer requesting access, the access date, the client’s file request (file name and URL), the HTTP response code and the website you are visiting from, and the number of bytes transferred over the connection. We may save some information in the form of cookies on your PC. A cookie is a piece of information that a website can send to your browser and save on your system. Cookies do not give us access to your system or your personal data. Please note that standard browser settings allow the use of cookies. If you do not want to allow the use of cookies, you can disable this option in your browser. We use cookies exclusively to tailor our website to your preferences.
We do not collect personal data such as your name, address, phone number or e-mail address unless you provide this information voluntarily, for example as part of an information request, a competition, a job application or a request for information about an open position, etc.
Personal data collected when visiting one of’s websites is only used in accordance with the legal requirements of the country in which the company is registered.
Use and transfer of this personal data
We use your personal data only for the purpose of technical website administration and to meet your wishes and requirements, and solely for the specified purpose.
Only with your express consent do we use the data for product-related surveys or marketing purposes, and even then only to the extent necessary for the specific instance. We only disclose data to official agencies if required by law. Our employees are required to maintain strict confidentiality.
Freedom of information
Please send a request in writing to the relevant company if you would like to know what personal data (e.g. name, address, etc.) we have stored about you.
To protect your personal data saved by us against unauthorized access and misuse, we have implemented extensive, state-of-the-art technical and organizational measures.
Please direct any questions, suggestions or specific requests to change, freeze or delete your personal data to or, if known, directly to the company concerned.

Website disclaimer:
The content of this Meecham, Prinsloo & Associates website is proprietary to Meecham, Prinsloo & Associates and for general information use only. 
In particular, the content does not constitute any form of legal, financial or other advice, recommendations or arrangements by Meecham, Prinsloo & Associates and is not intended to be relied upon by users in making any legal or financial decisions.
Consultation with a Partner at Meecham, Prinsloo in order to obtain expert advice should be made before making any decisions relying on any information contained herein.

Specific disclaimers:
1.  Meecham, Prinsloo & Associates (MPA), its partners or employees are not debt counsellors as contemplated in the National Credit Act.
2.  MPA does not offer debt review or debt counselling as a service to consumers.
3.  MPA does advise its clients on the requirements, merits, benefits and disadvantages of debt counselling if so required. MPA, when providing advice rely on the training, education and experience of its partners and access to expert associates.
4.  MPA is not registered with the National Credit Regulator nor are we required to be registered by the National Credit Act.
5.  MPA’s core competency is insolvency law and therefore we mainly operate under the Insolvency Act among other.
6.  MPA is not a partnership of Attorneys nor are any or our partners attorneys. Our Partners are legally trained, educated and experienced in various legal fields and constantly undergo further education and training.
7.  The Insolvency Act places no requirement on practitioners to be Attorneys before they are able to advise or offer services in terms of the insolvency act.
8.  MPA employs expert associates when required to do so or when a matter necessitates such expert opinions or services including but not limited to Attorneys, Advocates, Trustees or Accountants.