What information do we hold?
We are committed to protecting your privacy and will only use the information we collect about you lawfully and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
When you place an order with Gordon Frickers Marketing, we will require certain information from you including your name, address, phone number, e-mail address and payment details.
We will not be able to process or notify acceptance of your order without this information.
A contact telephone number and e-mail address is required in the event that there is a query with your order.
We also want to be able to send you details of our latest prints, along with any special offers that are available for you.
We will not contact you unless you have given us your prior consent and you are given the option to opt-out from further marketing communications at any point in the future.
Simply use the details you registered with us to access your personal information and update it as required.
If you would like any assistance with this, please contact our customer care team on General enquiries text or phone for attention to (UK) 07588 411720 (International: +44 7588 411720) (lines open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm).
We may wish to pass your details on to trusted third-parties that we believe may be of interest to you.
If you would prefer not to enjoy this service then please contact us to inform us of your preference.
Your personal information whilst buying online is stored securely
Through PayPal Gordon Frickers Marketing uses the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Private Communications Technology security standards that are supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or later and other popular browsers including Netscape, Mozilla Firefox, Open and AvantGo.
SSL encodes your personal information and all your transactions are protected by the powerful SSL encryption technology.
SSL encrypts your credit card number, name, address, phone number, identification number and password as it travels through the Internet, so that it cannot be read by anyone other than the secure server.
When you are in a secure area of the site you should see a small padlock icon in the bottom bar of your browser window.
You should also see that the ‘http’ at the start of the web address in your browser window has been replaced with ‘https’.