User Personal Data Deletion Guide

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OneNotary Team

September 13, 2020

  1. You should contact and let us know what personal data you want to erase.
  2. We recommend you follow up any verbal request in writing because this will allow you to explain your concern, give evidence, and explain what you want to happen. You will also have clear proof of your actions if you decide to challenge the response.
  3. There are no specific words that you must use, but you may find it useful to use the template below to help you exercise your right to erasure.

[Subject] Right to erasure


[Full Name of the owner of the account]
[Your email address]
[Phone number]
[The date]

Dear OneNotary,

[Your full name and address and any other details such as account number to help identify you]

I wish to exercise my right of erasure under data protection law.

[Give details of what personal data you want erased/deleted.]

You can find guidance on your obligations under information rights legislation on the website of the Information Commissioner’s Office ( as well as information on their regulatory powers and the action they can take.

Please send a full response within one calendar month confirming if you will comply with my request. If you cannot respond within that timescale, please tell me when you will be able to respond.

If there is anything you would like to discuss, please contact me.

Yours faithfully
[Full Name]