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PRIVACY AND COOKIE POLICY

In this policy, bestonlinebookiesuk.com is referred to as ‘we’, ‘our’ and ‘us’. Users and visitors of the site are referred to as ‘you’ and ‘your’.

At bestonlinebookiesuk.com, we have the highest level of respect for your confidence and trust, which is why we are fully committed to protecting the privacy all website visitors. In this policy, we will explain how we use your personal information when the website is used. All of the data we collect and process on the website is only ever used in accordance with this policy, and in compliance with the EU Cookie Directive and Data Protection Act 1998.

We have the right to modify this policy from time-to-time by updating the terms included on this page. You are encouraged to check the information on the page on a regular basis to ensure you remain completely satisfied with the terms.

The information that we collect and how we collect it:

We collect information in order to:

Process and manage registrations

Provide our services

Manage and respond to your queries and complaints

Observe and analyse how our website is used. We may use analytical software so we can collect, store and analyse anonymous statistical information on your visit. Additionally, we may collect, store and analyse information about the equipment which you are using to access the site. This can include information on your IP address, referral source, browser, page view numbers and geographical location.

Cookies

Like most websites, we use cookies. Cookies are small text files which are placed on your computer or other device used to access our site. When you are on our site, your computer or device sends information to our server. This allows the requested webpage to be delivered to the correct location. The information you provide is saved in a cookie and enables you to be treated as an existing visitor when you visit another page on our site. This means the server does not need to ask for the information again, and we can optimise the quality of the user experience.

Cookies do not provide us with access to your computer, or any information about you other than data that you have decided to share with us.

The Cookies we use

When you are navigating our website, session cookies are used by us. Session cookies are removed from your computer or device when your browser is closed.

Persistent cookies are also used by us. These remain on your hard drive before they are deleted by you, or until they expire. These cookies allow us to recover information held when you make subsequent visits to our site. We cannot access information stored in cookies from other sites, nor should other website be able to access information that is stored in our cookies.

Cookie Permission is a permission-based cookie set once you have agreed to all the cookies on our site. Cookie Permission gives you full use of our site. When this cookie has not been set, you will see a warning stating that you have not accepted cookies when you request pages on our site.

Analytic Cookies are used to by us to collect anonymous information about pages seen by our visitors, how they find our site and the equipment that they use to find it. Information that will personally identify is not gathered or stored. The information and statistics we receive are used for analysis only.

Advertisers who have placed ads on our website may use third-party cookies. Third-party cookies are used for recording view numbers and click numbers whilst providing information about referral sources. We accept no responsibility for privacy policies and practices of third-party websites. You are encouraged to read the policies of third-party websites to make sure you are satisfied with the way your data is treated by them if you do decide to visit such sites.

How can cookies be controlled and deleted?

You are given the option of accepting or declining cookies. Most web browsers accept cookies automatically, though it is possible to decline cookies in the settings of your chosen browser. Most leading search engines will help you learn more about controlling cookies.

How do we use the information you give us?

You permit us to disclose or use your information:

To the extent that we are required to do so by law;

In connection with any legal proceedings or any prospective legal proceedings;

To establish, defend or exercise or legal rights;

To purchasers or prospective purchasers of any asset or business that we are selling or are currently contemplating selling.

We may use your information:

To manage, update or administer the website to improve it, and to enhance the compatibility and functionality of the website;

To manage, administer and provide you with services, and to process any payments authorised by you;

To improve the services that we provide;

For internal record-keeping and analysis purposes;

To manage enquiries and deal with disputes and complaints;

To send communications to you via e-mail and notifications;

To send newsletters and other marketing communications to you that relate to our services and business, with your consent.

We will not:

Sell, lease, share or distribute any information that we hold about you or your company without your express instruction or consent.

Collect or store your personal information, or any information that will reveal your personal identity as a result of your visit or visits to the website.

Store or retain any bank or payment card information that you have provided to us.

The information you provide to us and that allows us to supply our services to you is stored securely. All access is limited to the properly and necessary administration of your account.

Reasonable technical and organisational precautions of data are always taken by us. These include storing data on our secure, password, fire-wall protected servers. Nonetheless, data transmitted over the internet is inherently secure, which means we are unable to wholly guarantee the security of any data that is sent over the internet.

Information generation through the use of the website is used to create anonymous reports about how our website is used, whilst allowing us to monitor behaviour and trends. This allow enables us to maintain a site that is user-friendly and compatible with the equipment of most of our users.

The nature of the internet, alongside its infrastructure means there is a possibility information that you provide whilst using our website could be routed or transferred outside the EEA. This occurs in compliance with the UK Data Protection Act and the Privacy Statement.

Processing of payments

Any payments made to third parties through our site are processed by the third-party’s payment processing merchant, in complete compliance with the full range of recognised security requirements and standards. Your payment details are never stored or retained by us.

Amendments to the policy

The ever-changing nature of technology and the law means we must remain fully up-to-date with our obligations at all times. As change occurs at a rapid pace, we instruct you to refer to these policies regularly in order to remain fully updated with our current Terms and Conditions and Policies.

Your user rights

You can request any personal information that we hold about you at any time, via a Subject Access Request. Subject Access Requests fall under the provision of the Data Protection Act 1998. To obtain a copy of the information, you can contact the Data Controller via the address at the bottom of this policy. There is a fixed fee of £10 to access this information.

Contact

If you do have any questions about this Privacy Policy, how your data is treated or if you wish to make a Subject Access Request, contact us.