Keith & Annabel Morrigan on Friday, 27 July, 2012 at 16:15:06
Kaamar Limited is committed to ensuring your privacy by collecting only the minimum amount of personal information, keeping it securely, and using it only for essential business functions.
We are aware of our responsibilities under the Data Protection Act (1998) and will only use your information lawfully. In particular, we will not transfer your information outside the EEA (European Economic Area) or to any third parties (other than those essential to our business as detailed below) without your prior consent.
Full contact details for Kaamar Limited are available at Contact Us or we can be contacted by email: email@example.com.
Cookies are small text-only data packages sent by web sites to your browser, returned to the website on each visit or page change. There are two general ways to use a cookie: as a Persistent Cookie which your browser will save as a file on your computer and can be used to store all sorts of information (including personal information), or as a Session Cookie which your browser will only store temporarily during your visit to a site, until the browser is closed.
We only use Session Cookies which are strictly necessary to the operation of our sites, and are essential for you to use the functions of our sites.
We use two cookies:- one cookie, called KaaSID or KaSID, contains a unique identifier (a Session ID) for your visit to our site (the equivalent of "today's customer No. 15"). The other cookie we use is called .ASPXFORMSAUTH (an encrypted Authentication Cookie) which is created when you log on to your account.
Both of our cookies are specific to the site you are visiting and contain no personal information that can be used to identify you. Both cookies will expire and be deleted when you close your browser.
The Session ID is used by the site to link together your previous actions on the site, so that you can see the result from your actions, such as after pressing buttons or adding items to a shopping cart. Most of our site can be browsed without a Session ID, however you will not be able to interact with the site (design a mosaic, add anything to your shopping cart, complete a purchase etc.) or use any of the site functions.
The Authentication Cookie is used to maintain your logged-on status as you use the site, and to secure access to your account details.
If your browser is unable to handle cookies, or is not being allowed to by the privacy or security settings of the browser or third party security software, you will need to change those settings to allow cookies for our site if you wish to interact with the site.
Links to other websites
This site contains links to other sites. Kaamar Limited is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.
Like many other sites, we allow links to reputable third-party companies so they can add their useful content to our web pages. For example, like millions of other sites we use the AddThis platform to add social media sharing buttons to our pages, including for Twitter, Facebook, Google and others.
AddThis and these third-party companies may collect certain anonymous information when you visit our websites. These companies may use non-personally identifiable information during your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services likely to be of greater interest to you. These companies typically use a cookie or a third party web beacon to collect this information. To learn more about this behavioral advertising practice, you can visit the Network Advertising Initiative.
Most browsers have settings that allow you to choose which cookies your browser is allowed to use (for instructions refer to your browser Help). Your choice can usually differentiate between First Party (eg. ours) and Third Party cookies, may have an option for allowing Session Cookies, and can usually be set on an individual site basis (as well as the default behaviour).
To use the functionality of our sites you need to enable First Party and/or Session Cookies cookies for our site. By using our site with your browser settings allowing use of our First Party/Session Cookies you are giving explicit permission for us to use those cookies to provide you with our site functions.
Third Party cookies are those used by third-party companies to add their useful content to our web pages and for behavioral advertising - if you block these cookies their content may not function correctly.
For more information about online behavioural advertising, including how to opt out, please visit the Digital Advertising Alliance and your online choices (Europe), or for more information on cookies and how they are used see AllAboutCookies.
Information Automatically Logged
Statistical analysis of the performance of our web site is an important tool for improving our services and marketing. When visiting our site your browser will send a variety of information with your page and other requests which may include, amongst others, your IP (Internet Protocol) address, information about your browser and the referrer (which site link or search engine brought you to our site).
Some of this information is used by our site to ensure that you are only sent page content that your browser will accept and display correctly, while some of this information is automatically logged for statistical analysis so we can monitor and improve our sites.
Securing your information
Our site is secured using an SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption standard Certificate. Whenever you are entering or displaying personal information your browser will display a page address starting with https://, and will usually display a secure symbol such as a padlock, with options to view the certificate details.
This has two functions - firstly it confirms that you are actually on our site, as your browser will check our certificate with the internet Trusted Certification Authorities to verify that our site is registered with this certificate. Secondly, your browser will use the certificate to encode and decode information passing to and from our site, such that no-one else on the internet can intercept and read your private details.
To use some of the functions or to place an order on our website, you will need to create an account with the following information:
Email address - used as your login name, and as primary contact for essential business emails including confirmation of account creation, confirmation of orders received, and updates on order progress. If in your account details you have opted to receive an occasional newsletter or product notification, they will be emailed to this address.
Password - used to confirm your identity during login.
Security Question/Answer - used to confirm your identity if you forget your password.
Name (First and Surname) - used for delivery of your orders. Also shown (only to you) on the web site to indicate that you are logged in, used as your identifier if you participate in public functions of the site, and on emails from us for validification.
Postal Address including Postcode - used for delivery of any orders, may also be used as a backup contact.
Telephone Number - used as secondary contact if there are queries or complications with your account or order.
When creating an account you have the option of providing the following information:
Gender - used for customer profiling and analysis.
Date of Birth - used for customer profiling and analysis.
Company Name - used for delivery of your order or may be used as part of your identifier if you participate in public functions of the site, if appropriate.
Fax Number - may be used as a backup contact.
Newsletter and Product Notification options - used to select recipients who have agreed to receive appropriate newsletters and product notifications.
Our sites allow customers to email enquiries and feedback to Kaamar Limited without creating an account. All information supplied is optional and is not available on the website (a temporary backup copy is kept in a private area of the web server until the email is received).
We do not receive, collect or store credit card / debit card numbers or information - you will be directed to Paypal for financial transactions on their secure server.
Updating Your Details
You can update your account details on the website by going to My Account, or by using the contact details above to inform us of changes. We can also delete your account and all your details from our website, but may need to retain your data internally for our financial records.
Essential Third Parties
It is essential in the course of running our business that some Third Parties may require access to some or all of the information gathered by our site related to orders placed at the site. These may include our Agents, Accountants, Auditors and Government Tax Agencies.
We also work with third party service partners and sub-contractors who provide financial transaction, data collection, hosting, storage or reporting services.
Use by Children
Our website is not intended for use by children. Please ensure that no-one under the age of 12 submits personal information to us or uses the site without supervision of a parent or guardian.