Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy forms the basis on which any personal information we collect from you, or that you provide to us, is stored and used by us.

Should you agree to subscribe to the WellSpent newsletter you will be required to provide us with your name, surname & email address. We require no additional information from you as a subscriber.

As custodian of your email address, we take this responsibility very seriously. We will never give your email address to anybody else, unless required to do so by law. We do however use the service of a 3rd party to help in getting our newsletter out to our readers, however this 3rd party is a world leader in their field and take their duty of care as seriously as we take ours.

Should you wish to post comments on WellSpent we will ask that you register with WellSpent. In registering, we will ask for your email address and first name – nothing else. Your first name will be shared publicly when you post comments on our site – but not your email address.

We use standard analytics tools such as cookies, web beacons and Google Analytics to record certain types of information about your time at WellSpent. Such information may include but is not necessarily limited to: your geographical location, the duration of your stay on our site, the website from which you visit us, the time you spend viewing our content and how you view our content – including whether you did so from a mobile device.

WellSpent will only use your personal data for one of two things.

One, to send you a newsletter should you choose to receive one, and secondly, to allow you to post comments on the site. We do not share any of your details – EVER. Should you provide additional details to one of our advertisers, the information is sent directly to them (and only them) and is in no way stored on the WellSpent system.

Should you choose to share any personal details about yourself on our website, you need to accept responsibility for that – we cannot guarantee that information that you share publicly will be not be read or necessarily used by someone else. We cannot protect information that you choose to post.

If you ever feel like you no longer wish for us to know either your first name or email address, please feel free to contact us and let us know. We will remove your details from our database and advise you accordingly. You may also choose to remove all your previous posts from our site.

From time to time, this Privacy Policy may change in order to better protect both your data and our ability to provide you excellent and relevant content. If such changes occur, we will post them here for you to see.

If you have any questions, comments, or complaints about how your personal information is acquired, stored, or used, please feel free to contact the editorial staff at