Agatha is committed to protecting the privacy of our web site visitors and customers. The Agatha team are customers themselves of other Internet sites and completely understand and respect the importance of privacy on the Internet.

This document lays out how, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, we will ensure that any information collected may be used.

Under the Data Protection Act 1998 you have the right to ask us to provide you with details on any personal information we may hold on you. This request must be submitted by in writing to the address below.

We will not sell your name, address, e-mail address, credit card information or personal information to any third party.

We use your information to communicate with you, to provide service and support and to update you on relevant services and benefits. Occasionally we may also use your information to contact you for market research regarding our products or services. We will always give you the opportunity to opt-out of market research and customer surveys.

 

When you visit this Site, you can browse the Site and access information without revealing your identity. In order to improve our Site, we use “cookies” to track your visit. A cookie is a 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 Agatha to record your passwords, purchases, and preferences. It cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses.

If you wish to verify the details you have submitted to Agatha you may do so by contacting us via the e-mail address or address given below. Our security procedures mean that we may request proof of identity before we reveal information. This proof of identity will take the form of your e-mail address and password submitted upon registration. You must therefore keep this information safe as you will be responsible for any action which we take in response to a request from someone using your e-mail and password. We would strongly recommend that you do not use the browser’s password memory function as that would permit other people using your terminal to access your personal information.