Cotton Ball Lights UK does not pass on the Customer’s details to any third party unless the Customer has given permission to do so.
The personal information requested from and related to the Customer is essential to process and ship his Order, to issue invoices and to draft warranty agreements, as the case may be or for the benefit of satisfaction’s questionnaires. This information may also be provided to judicial of administrative authority.
Pursuant to Act dated January 6 1978, the Customer may exercise its right of access, correction and deletion of the information related to Him by modifying directly his personal information in his member account page or by writing to, or calling, Cotton Ball Lights UK, 37 Moorland Crescent, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 4AT. All information provided by the Customer will be treated securely and strictly in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
When creating or consulting their online accounts, Customers will have the option of choosing whether to receive from Cotton Ball Lights UK, and/or partners, commercial or promotional offers by e-mail. Should the Customer wish, for any reason, to not receive such offers, he shall at any time cancel his subscription whether by clicking on the corresponding link in the e-mails or by modifying his details on his online account.
"Cotton Ball Lights UK will store the contract's content and will send you the details of your order as well as the general terms via e-mail. You can find the Terms and Conditions here at all times. The details about your recent orders can be found in your customer account."
If the Customer does not wish Cotton Ball Lights UK to automatically place cookies on his PC's hard disk, he can change his browser settings so that these cookies are automatically rejected, or so that he may be informed of such placement of a cookie. The Customer should bear in mind that if he rejects cookies, certain parts of the Website may not work or may be less accessible.
The Customer may prevent the registration of cookies by configuring his browser:
For Mozilla Firefox:
- Click on the Firefox button and then click Options
- Select de Privacy panel
- Set Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history.
- Remove the check mark from Accept cookies from sites.
- Click OK to close the Options window
For Internet Explorer:
- Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
- Click the Privacy tab, and then, under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click OK.
Analytical tools are used on the Website, which track the users activity and create anonymous user profiles.