We take your privacy seriously.
You may browse any area of this site without providing any personal information whatsoever. The only time when you will be asked to provide any personal information is when you wish to;

  • subscribe to our newsletter
  • create a customer account with us
  • contact us

Once you have created a customer account with us, we will add your details to our periodic customer newsletters sent by email.

If you no longer wish to subscribe to customer newsletters, there will always be an 'unsubscribe' link which will immediately remove you from any future newsletters.


We will not release any information about our customers without their express consent, except as follows:

  • To banks and credit card processors, to process and collect payments
  • When required by legal process or to comply with court orders
  • To our website designer when necessary to resolve technical problems

Web Server Behaviour and Data Collection

Like Web servers in general, our servers collect certain non-personal information about our visitors. Some of this information (such as a visitor's IP address) is necessary because that's how computers communicate with each other.
Other information is used for statistical purposes or to resolve technical problems.
The information our servers collect may include:

  • Visitors IP addresses
  • What countries they are visiting from
  • How they arrived at this site (for example, by clicking a link on another site)
  • How long they stayed
  • Which pages they viewed
  • What computer operating system and browser they used

Customer Identity

None of the information collected is used to identify any real person, and our servers do not collect information such as a visitor's name, address, email address, phone number, or other personal information unless that visitor has voluntarily provided that information by filling in and submitting a contact form or creating a customer account with us.


This server may place a cookie on a visitor's browser for the purpose of determining whether or not it is their first visit to this site. This is used only to give us an idea how many unique, versus repeat visitors the site had in a given time period. The cookie does not attempt to "track" the visitor's viewing of other sites.