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Creu.Arts & Crafts Privacy Policy

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This is the privacy policy for Creu (Creu.Arts & Crafts).

In it, when we use the words ‘we’, ‘our’, and ‘us’, when referring to Creu (Creu.Arts & Crafts).

When this policy refers to ‘the website’ or ‘our website’, it’s referring to (https://www.creuartsandcrafts.co.uk).

Your privacy and confidentiality is important to us – we take protecting it very seriously.

We do not sell, share, or disclose any information collected at this site which is personally identifiable except as set out below.

 

All personal information collected from this website will be used in in a way which complies with the Data Protection Act 2003 and other laws which are applicable.

The information we collect

This is the information we collect from you and why it’s necessary that we collect it. It is collected either via our website or because you have given it to us in another way.

 

Basic details

We collect your contact information and basic identification-  such as your name and contact details. 

We use this information to: 

  • Give you the services which you request
  • Verify your identity for security purposes
  • Market our products and services

ALSO:

We or third parties may use information which doesn’t identify any individuals in a general way as a source of information. For example: this could relate to usage of a particular website page or service, or provide information about demographics.

 

Marketplace information

When you give us information specifically so that you can purchase a product or service offered on our website by some other person, we assume that you also give us permission to pass it on to the relevant person.

Our servers recognise your domain name and email address. The pages that you visit are also recorded. However, there are no circumstances under which we will give your email address to anyone who is not a contractor or employee of ours and who doesn’t need to know it. This applies generally or specifically. 

 

This information is used to:

Deal with you and correspondent with you as you would expect.

Send you news about services for which you have signed up.

Tell you about our other services or those of our sister websites.

 

ALSO:

It is used for quality control and to improve our website in a collective way which is not referable to any individuals.

  

When you post information on our website.

Any information you post to the website is stored on our servers.

Although we don’t specifically use this information in any ways other than allowing it to be read, we do reserve a right to use that information in any way we decide. Please note that in our terms and conditions.

 

Information about how our website is used

Please be aware that we may collect information about which pages you view on our website, how you reach them, what you do when you visit our pages, how long you remain on a page, and our performance in providing content to you. 

We may use embedded software on our website to do this – such as JavaScript.

 

Credit card information

We never take this information through our website or in any other way. 

When you are ready to make your payment, you are automatically transferred to a secure page on PayPal’s website.

This page may have our ‘livery’, but we do not control it.

Neither our staff nor our contractors have any access to it.

 

PayPal information

You don’t need to have a PayPal account to use MasterCard, American Express, Visa, or Discover with it.

Using PayPal means you’re not exposing your credit card number to a merchant.

If you have a PayPal account, you can also pay using that.

It is a secure system for online payment.

More than 78 million users across the world trust it. Your financial information is protected with fraud-prevention systems and security which is industry-leading.

 

Advertising by third parties

Any third parties who advertise on our website, companies working for them, or their agents, may collect your IP address automatically when they send an advertisement on our website to your browser.

The content of that advert may be personalised to you by the use of technology like JavaScript or cookies. They may also use this technology to measure the performance of those adverts.

We have no control over the data these third parties obtain or the technologies they use.

Therefore, the information practices of any third parties are not covered by this privacy policy.

 

What are cookies?

Cookies are used widely. They help websites work, or they help them to work more efficiently.

Cookies give information to the owners of websites.

They are small text files which are put on your device’s hard drive via web browsers when you visit websites.

Cookies can be disabled manually. Your browser’s help section will show you how.

You can do this at any time and you can still view our website if you choose to do that.

However, there are features on our website which rely on the use of cookies – so we recommend you allow them.

Our aim is to improve your user experience of our website. Cookies allow us to do that and to retrieve your login information quickly.

Our cookie collects anonymous information on: site visitor numbers; where visitors have come from; which pages they visit.

 

Content from third parties

Anyone is able to register and publish content on our website which is a publishing medium.

Although we do not control or moderate what is posted, if you complain about any content on our website we will investigate that complaint

We may remove it while the we investigate if we feel this is justified.

 

The content you provide us 

We do not accept responsibility for what any third parties may do with information you provide us with a view to it being copied, downloaded, read, or used by others.

You are responsible for satisfying yourself about the level of privacy of every individual who may see your information.

 

We do not sell to children

Although we may offer products whose end users are children, we neither market to them nor do we sell products or services to be bought by children.

IMPORTANT: You have to be 18 years old or over to use our website.

 

The sale of personal information

We do not sell, rent, or disclose in any way your information to any individual outside of our business except as is specified above in this privacy policy.

 

If you want to contact us

For any queries regarding this privacy policy, contact us via email or send any comments to:

 

55 Cardiff Road, Cardiff Road,

Llandaff

Cardiff,

CF5 2DQ 

We commit to responding to you as soon as is possibly.