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Penlyon Privacy Policy


As a visitor to this Site, you can do many things without providing any personal information. In connection with other activities, such as sending a form query, Penlyon may ask you to provide certain information about yourself by filling out and submitting an online form. It is completely optional for you to engage in these activities. If you do engage in these activities, however, Penlyon may ask that you provide us personal information, such as your first and last name, mailing address (including post code), e-mail address, company name, job title and department, telephone and facsimile numbers, and other personal information. Depending upon the activity, some of the information that we ask you to provide is identified as mandatory and some as voluntary. If you do not provide the mandatory data with respect to a particular activity, you will not be able to complete that activity.

When you use the Site, Penlyon or third parties authorized by Penlyon, may also collect certain technical and routing information about your computer to facilitate your use of the Site and its services. For example, we may log environmental variables, such as browser type, operating system, CPU speed, and the Internet Protocol ("IP") address of your computer. We use these environmental variables to facilitate and track your use of the Site and its services. Penlyon also uses such environmental variables to measure traffic patterns on the Site. Without expressly informing you in each particular circumstance, we do not match such information with any of your personal information.

In order to reduce errors in our database, authenticate our users and prevent abuse of our system we may on occasion supplement the personal information you submit to us with information from third party sources. For example, we may supplement your registration information with address information provided by the post office to check your information and prevent errors in our database. Penlyon uses CPA Ltd to validate trading details and credit limits.

How your Personal Information is Used

Your personal information is also used to keep you informed about product upgrades, special offers, and other products and services of Penlyon. Penlyon may collect information about the use of the Site; such as pages visited and how many users we receive daily. This information is collected in aggregate form, without identifying any user individually. Penlyon may use this aggregate, non-identifying statistical data for statistical analysis, marketing or similar promotional purposes.

Your Choices with Respect to Personal Information

Penlyon recognises and appreciates the importance of responsible use of information collected on this Site. Without your consent, Penlyon, will not communicate any information to you regarding products, services and special offers available, although we may find it necessary to communicate with you regarding your use of the services on this Site. Except in the particular circumstances described in this Privacy Policy, Penlyon will also not provide your name to other companies or organizations without your consent.

Protection of Your Personal Information

Penlyon is registered under the Data Protection act with the Information Commissioner’s Office. Please note that any information you post to a public bulletin board or chat room, such as the Penlyon’s Facebook wall, is available to all persons accessing that location.

Use of Cookies

When you visit this Site, you can browse the Site and access important information without revealing your identity. In order to improve our Site, Penlyon may use "'cookies" to track your visit. A cookie is small amount of data that is transferred to your browser by a Web server and can only be read by the server that gave it to you. It functions as your identification card, and enables Penlyon to record your passwords, purchases, and preferences. It cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses.

Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether or not to accept it. For some Web pages that require an authorization, cookies are not optional. Users choosing not to accept cookies will probably not be able to access those pages.