Wired2Fire will not pass on any customer details or information
to any third party unless consent is given by the user. Consent from the user
is clearly requested during the Wired2Fire registration for a new user account.
The default setting will register that the user does not want their details to
be passed to any third party. So information will only be circulated if the user
has requested it to be.
Wired2Fire may allocate cookies to your browser software.
Cookies allow the website to save information on your viewing preferences, thereby
personalising your visit to the Wired2Fire website.
You can alter your internet viewing preferences to reject
cookies or monitor when a website attempts to send you one. If you reject cookies
then your viewing of Wired2Fire's website may be impaired.
Tracking software may be employed to log the IP addresses
of visitors to the site. This will not identify the user, they will remain annonymous.
The IP address is only used to identify that the user is a new visitor to let
us monitor new site hits. A result of a new IP address being detected may activate
a shop assistant interface.
In the event of any changes to the policy that Wired2Fire
adopts towards customer privacy issues, a notice will be displayed on the website.
This will include instructions of how to remove yourself as a registered user
of the Wired2Fire website. If you have not chosen to register an account on the
Wired2Fire website this will not be necessary.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding privacy
issues then use the Contact Us button in the Navigator bar.