Privacy Policy

We care about your privacy

Here’s how Bond Street to Your Street (THF) deal with it on this website updated for GDPR:

General

THF is committed to protecting your privacy. It’s very important to us and we respect anyone’s concerns about maintaining it. This statement tells you how and why we use your information and we encourage you to read it.

Information collected

A cookie is a very small text file that is placed on your hard drive by the server of a web page you visit. It is an individual label, which identifies you as a visitor – it cannot deliver viruses. More detail about how cookies are used…

We also collect your name and contact details for the purposes of selling and shipping goods to you and communicating with you during the process of the sale.

Your choice

Certain portions of this site require you to register before you can purchase anything. We will use the information you provide to fulfil your enquiry. Registration would be entirely voluntary. However if you do not wish to register, you will be unable to access these restricted areas.

We  are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of any other websites linked to this site. If you have followed a link from the Site to another website you may be supplying information to a third party yourself.

Data protection

THF does not sell, trade or rent your personal information to others. This information will not be disclosed to any third party without your consent unless required by law.

The Data Protection Act allows you to have access to information held about you and, where appropriate, to have it corrected or deleted.

More information…

The Data Protection Act 1998 has been replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018. For the latest guidance on data protection law, please see ICO’s Guide to the GDPR.

If you have any further queries about GDPR and privacy please contact us.

All about cookies…

Law

A law on cookies demands that you, as a website user, are given the opportunity to understand how cookies are used on our website and consent to cookies being stored on your computer, laptop, mobile or tablet.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file, typically of letters and numbers, downloaded to your computer when you access websites. Typically, they contain the following information: a site name and unique user ID, the duration of the cookie’s abilities and effects, and a random number. As a rule, cookies cannot be used to reveal your identity or personally identifying information.

When you visit a website that uses cookies for the first time, a cookie is downloaded onto your computer. The next time you visit that website, your computer checks to see if it has a cookie that is relevant and sends the information contained in that cookie back to the website. The website then notes that you have been there before, and in some cases, tailors what pops up on screen to take account of that fact. They also might record how long you spend on each page on a site, what links you click, even your preferences for page layouts and colour schemes.

Generally, the role of cookies is beneficial, making your interaction with frequently-visited sites smoother with no extra effort on your part. Without cookies, online shopping would be much harder. Without cookies, some websites will become less interactive with the cookie option turned off.

Most common cookies

Session cookies

These cookies expire when you close your web browser (Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer). These cookies are used for various reasons, for example, remembering what you have put in your shopping basket as you browse a website. They can also be used for security to access your Internet banking or email.

Persistent cookies

These cookies are still stored on your computer after you have closed your web browser which allows your preferences on websites to be remembered. These cookies are used for a variety of purposes, for example, remembering your preferences on a website (your language choice or your user name on a particular website).

First and Third Party cookies

This refers to the website placing the cookie. First party cookies are cookies set by the website you are visiting. Third party cookies are set by another website; the website you are visiting may have advertising on the page and this other website will be able to set a cookie on your computer. Third party cookies on the main web browsers allow third party cookies by default. Changing the settings on your browsers can prevent this.

Exceptions

There are some exemptions to the above where it is essential for a website to store information on your computer, for example, to provide a service to you that you have requested.

Our use of cookies

  • We use cookies to improve your experience on our websites and for functionality purposes, for example, if you choose to buy any of our products and services, you must consent to us placing a cookie on your computer;

  • We also use cookies to understand your usage of our website;

  • We have partners who have referred clients and in using cookies, we track referred sales so we can compensate our partners accordingly

 

More information…

The Data Protection Act 1998 has been replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018. For the latest guidance on data protection law, please see ICO’s Guide to the GDPR.

 

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