Cookies & Privacy

Cookies

When visiting most webpages, a small text file called a cookie is stored on to your computer. Here at fantoni-uk.co.uk we use cookies to help monitor the selection of items in your basket and recall these items on return visits to the site.

Cookies are harmless to your computer. The cookies we create do not store personally identifiable information, instead they gather encrypted information that helps to improve your experience on the site. They help, for example to identify and resolve errors, or to show you relevant products of interest whilst browsing.

We work with a range of carefully-selected and monitored suppliers who may also store cookies during a site visit that are used for re-marketing purposes. These cookies are used to highlight other products and services related to your searched items. There is an option to opt out of this service by visiting the Network Advertising Initiative website at www.networkadvertising.org.

How does FantoniUK use cookies?
Our website uses two types of cookies; persistent and session cookies.

When browsing, session cookies allow customers to carry information across various pages of the same website without needed to re-enter information. Session cookies only last for the duration of the period a single website is open, or the browser page is open. Leaving the website, these cookies automatically delete themselves.

To allow the website to recognise previous users when they return to the site, persistent cookies are used. They recall certain information about the users preferences and searches. These cookies will stay on your computer until they expire or, until you “manually” delete them.

The main purposes for which cookies are used:

1. For effective technical operation of the website to allow information in relation to online procedures such as transactions.
2. To drive FantoniUK marketing, particularly online advertisements and targeted updates.
3. To enable FantoniUK to collect information about the browsing habits and activities of customers, and at times to monitor the success of campaigns, promotions etc.
4. To allow customers to talk with us while browsing the website or to offer customers an invitation to talk with one of our customer service representatives.

How do I disable cookies?
Cookies can be disabled by changing the setting on your website browser to refuse access. Different browsers will have their on way of disabling cookies.

Below we have provided details on how to disable cookies from popular internet browsers:

For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1.Choose the menu “tools” then “Internet Options”
2 Click on the “privacy” tab
3 Select the setting the appropriate setting

For Mozilla Firefox:
1.Choose the menu “tools” then “Options”
2 Click on the icon “privacy”
3 Find the menu “cookie” and select the relevant options

For Opera 6.0 and further:
1.Choose the menu Files”> “Preferences”
2 Privacy

Safari
1.Click on the Cog icon at the top of your browser window and select the ‘Preferences’ option
2.Click on ‘Security’, check the option that says ‘Block third-party and advertising cookies’
3.Click ‘Save’

What happens if I disable cookies?

Certain sites may not operate properly if cookies are switched off, however this depends on which cookies have been disabled.

Privacy

Customer privacy is a high priority. Any information you provide during the order process or when you make an inquiry is used solely for that purpose unless we have your consent to do otherwise. Our systems are not accessible by unauthorised personnel, following strict conduct outlined in the Data Protection Act.

Your use of this website and its facilities signifies your consent to the collection of information required to process your order or inquiry to the extent of administering the payment and executing your delivery, providing you with the best possible service.

We may, from time to time use your registration details to advise you of special offers or promotions. Please advise us if you do not wish this to happen.

Your details will not be disclosed to any third parties.