If you do not agree with this policy, then please do not provide any personally identifiable information to us.
Collection of information
Locksmith of Edinburgh does not require that visitors reveal any personally identifying information in order to access our web site. Although information may be required for technical support or sales offered through our website, enquirers are requested to provide information on a voluntary basis only.
Some situations in which we may need to collect personal information about you include:
* Requesting a quote for locksmith services.
* Purchasing products (in which case, credit card (financial information) is also required).
* Sending us questions or comments online, which require an e-mail, telephone number or mailing address for a response.
No information will be shared with outside parties. Please note that Locksmith of Edinburgh may share collected information with its parent and (or) affiliated companies who in turn shall only use such information for the same purposes as set forth above.
Locksmith of Edinburgh may create links to the web sites of other parties, including its promotional partners and affiliates.
We make every effort to link only to sites that meet similar standards for maintaining each individual’s right to privacy.
Locksmith of Edinburgh and its associated domain are a trading style of Edinburgh Lock Centre. Postal correspondence should be directed to 78 Ratcliffe Terrace Edinburgh EH9 1ST. Sites that are not associated or authorised by Locksmith of Edinburgh may also have links leading to Locksmith of Edinburgh. Locksmith of Edinburgh cannot control any of these links and is not responsible for any content appearing on sites linked to or from the Locksmith of Edinburgh site, or for any personal information gathered at those sites.
Locksmith of Edinburgh does not participate in the sending of bulk unsolicited email. The only time you will receive communication from us is if you request it. Your email address will never be sold or given to any third parties.
Cookies are small pieces of electronic information which a web site can store on a visitor’s hard drive for record-keeping purposes. Cookies allow web site operators to “personalise” the site to match your individual preferences.