We are mindful that privacy is very important for both safeguarding and online protection. We do not store personal information and any data capture we may administer is used for our purpose solely to enhance personal experience and no data or information will be given to a third party. Following the Data Protection Act 1998 & other applicable laws we hope to maintain high levels of security.
Making a purchase/creating an account:
Becoming a member (stall holder):
When a trader registers their details to create a stall page, these details are stored and not passed to a third party. We do only require simple details such as name, email, hometown and no other personal details are held on our databases.
Calls made to MyArtisanMarkets will not be recorded.
Amending data or unsubscribing:
If at any time you would like to remove your details from our database or you would like to revise the information you have provided to us because you are aware is incorrect, you can so do by contacting us in accordance with the information provided at 'further information' below.
How we use personal data:
Research- Information from analytics to assess site usage etc.
To fulfill purchases of stall holder products.
Managing orders, we may review communications between customers & stall holders to ensure all processes are managed effectively and in accordance with our policies.
Providing info about services and promotions.
Occasionally we use third party service providers to provide business operations support (including advertising and marketing advice and support), financial services and technology services. Please note that these third parties are under contract, and our service agreements dictate that they only use your information in connection with the services they perform for us and not for their own benefit. If the Police or a regulatory or government authority investigating illegal activities ask us to provide information concerning your activities whilst using our website, we will cooperate and do so.
We aim to give our commitment to follow current laws and legislation surrounding privacy, however the internet cannot be 100% secure. If you give infomation, you do so willingly and your own risk. We cannot be responsible for any damages which you, or others, may suffer as a result of the loss of confidentiality of such information. Remember, if you post information on public forums on message boards, through email or social media, that information can be collected and used by others. Don’t forget to close browser windows to ensure others cannot access information once you have finished. If it is a communal computer be mindful of this as others could track your usage.