Privacy & Terms notice effective from May 2018
To analyse our traffic. We also share information about your use of our site with our advertising and analytics partners who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to them or that they’ve collected from your use of their services. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website.
The cookies named __utma __utmc __utmz__utmb , are stored by websites that choose to use Google Analytics to see how people visit their websites.
__utmz records whether the visitor came from a search engine (and if so, the search keyword used), a link, or from no previous page (e.g. a bookmark).
__utma stores the amount of visits (for each visitor), the time of the first visit, the previous visit, and the current visit.
__utmb and __utmc are used to check approximately how fast people leave: when a visit starts, and approximately ends (c expires quickly). If you look at cookie state changes, you will see these changes regularly.
__utmv is used for user-custom variables in Analytics
___PHPSESSID. To store a simple message when a form is submitted that can be displayed on a different page. For example, if an enquiry form is completed incorrectly, a message will be stored and presented to the user to indicate the errors in the submission.
Disable, Enable Cookies in Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera browser
We have already seen what an Internet Cookie is and the different cookies our websites may use. While Cookies are required for proper rendering of web pages, there are some cookies, which you may want to block for security reasons or privacy concerns. In this notice we will show how you can enable Cookies or block-disable Cookies. We will also see how to block 3rd Party, Session & Persistent Cookies, if you want too. The browsers covered here are the popular one’s namely Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera.
Disable, Enable Cookies in Internet Explorer
Open Internet Explorer and click the Tools button. Next click Internet Options and select the Privacy tab. Under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click Apply.
As you move the slider up or down, you will see a description of the types of cookies that will be blocked or allowed by Internet Explorer at that privacy level.
Starting from the top you will see the following options:
6. Saves cookies from any website. Cookies that are already on this computer can be read by the websites that created them.
Select the level of security you want. For most, the Default option is the best.
Disable, Enable Cookies in Chrome
To disable or enable Cookies on Chrome, click the Tools button > Settings. Towards the end of this page, you will see Show Advanced Settings link. Click on it.
Under Privacy, click on the Content Settings button. Here you can select the options you feel are best suited for you. You can click on the images to see the larger versions.
Disable, Enable Cookies in Firefox
In Firefox, open Settings > Options > Privacy tab.
Under History, from the drop-down menu, select Use custom settings for history. You can now select the Cookies options you want.
Disable, Enable Cookies in Opera
In Opera, open settings > Privacy & Security.
Under Cookies you will see the options to manage your Cookie settings and choose which kind of Cookies you wish to allow or disallow on your Windows computer.
Block or disable Third-party, Tracking & Session cookies
Using this option, you can set your browser to block or allow Cookies on your Windows PC, Mac or smartphone/Tablet and even choose to block or disable Third-party, Tracking & Session cookies.
Contacting us & Contact form from our websites
We treat all information we hold about you if any, privately and confidentially. We will not reveal any personal details you’ve provided by contacting us or details concerning you to anyone unless:
· You ask us to disclose the information, or we have your permission to do so.
· we are required or permitted to do so by law
· There is a duty to the public to reveal the information, for example, the police or any relevant justice departments.
We will not contact you for any marketing purposes or keep any information about you after you’ve concluded your business with us.
Depending on how you interact with Easy Repairs (online, offline, over the phone, etc.), We collect various types of information from you, as described below.
Personal contact information. This includes any information you provide to us that would allow us to contact you, such as your name, postal address, e-mail address or phone number.
Information from computer/mobile device. Any information about the computer system or other technological device that you use to access one of our Websites or apps, such as the Internet protocol (IP) address used to connect your computer or device to the Internet, operating system type, and web browser type and version. If you access an easy repairs website or app via a mobile device such as a Smartphone, the collected information will also include, where permitted, your phone’s unique device ID, geo-location, and other similar mobile device data.
Websites/communication usage information. As you navigate through and interact with our Websites or apps, we use automatic data collection technologies to collect certain information about your actions. This includes information such as which links you click on, which pages or content you view and for how long, and other similar information and statistics about your interactions, such as content response times, download errors and length of visits to certain pages. This information is captured using automated technologies such as cookies and is also collected through the use of third party tracking for analytics and advertising purposes. You have the right to object to the use of such technologies, for further details please see Section Disable, Enable Cookies in Internet Explorer, Chrome.
Market research & consumer feedback. Any information that you voluntarily share with us about your experiences of using our products and services.
Consumer-generated content. Any content that you create and then share with us on third party directories/social networks or by uploading it to one of our Websites or apps, including the use of third party websites. Examples include photos, videos, personal stories, or other similar media or content. Where permitted, We collect and publish consumer-generated content in connection with a variety of activities, including consumer engagement, and third party social networking.
We do not knowingly solicit or collect personal data from children.
DATA CONTROLLER & CONTACT
To ask questions or make comments on this notice and our terms and privacy practices or to make a complaint about our compliance with applicable privacy laws, please contact us at: Contact us or email to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will acknowledge and investigate any complaint about the way we manage Personal Data (including a complaint that we have breached your rights under applicable privacy laws).
If we change the way we handle your personal data, we will update this Terms & privacy notice. We reserve the right to make changes to our practices and this notice at any time, please check back to see any updates or changes to our Terms & privacy notice.