Information we collect: by visiting our site, we may collect personal information which you provide to us including name, email address, phone number, customer support and other requests you make through our site and other information you provide on our site.
Customers have the option to login into their account on our site using Facebook and Google for authentication. If you choose this option, Facebook and Google will share information about you with us, but this is limited to basic information falling within the categories above. This policy does not cover such third parties or their services and we do not take any responsibility for how such third parties may use any information which they collect.
When you visit our site or open communications such as emails, some information is automatically collected from devices used to do so including, but not limited to, operating system, access times, browser information, settings and other data about your device.
Cookies: we also collect information about your usage and activity on our site using certain technologies such as cookies.
Your choices: you can opt out of receiving marketing communications from us and change your communication preferences
Access and correction of your information: we provide you with the opportunity to access, correct and update your information. Please contact us as detailed below.
Changes to this policy: you will be notified about any material changes to this policy via a posting on our website (and as otherwise required by applicable law).
Contact us: if you have any questions about this policy or information we have collected about you please contact us by email at email@example.com or by post at: Anthony Byrne Fine Wines Ltd, 14-18 Stocking Fen Road, Ramsey, Huntingdon PE26 2UR
We use Google Anlytics to measure who visits this site, with what kind of device, and when. For more details please see "How Google uses data when you use our partners' sites or apps" at https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/.
We use a technology called 'OpenAuth2' to allow you to create an account for use on this site by signing in using a 3rd party authentication process. The authentication is performed by either Facebook or Google, during which you will be redirected to their site to complete the authentication steps before returning to our site. Broadly the authentication process will be covered by their Privacy Policies, which you would have agreed to as part of creating that underlying account with that third party.