Cookie & Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Pimble Limited (Pimble) values its customers’ privacy, however the collection of personal information is often necessary and desirable. It is Pimble’s business outcome to balance the benefits of digital business with the right of individuals to prevent the misuse of their personal information.

Personal information

From time to time Pimble may ask you for personal information (e.g. your name, e-mail address, telephone number). Pimble may also use this information to notify you of other services and products that might help your business. Pimble will not pass on or sell your details to any third party company or organisation. The only personal information Pimble obtains is information you voluntarily supply. You are free not to divulge any of this information. Please be aware that whilst it is possible to use the Pimble website without revealing any personal information, not providing it might limit the functionality of the site.
From the 25th May 2018, Pimble will only share Personal data and Personal Sensitive data internally and with trusted business partners with the persons explicit written consent. Without explicit written consent, no personal sensitive data will be collected or shared with any persons or organisations in or outside of Pimble. Sharing of personal and personal sensitive data within Pimble with trusted partners will be for the specific purpose for the fulfilment of products, services and payment is protected by end to end encryption.

Use of cookies

Most browsers default to allow or accept cookies. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the option to decide whether or not to accept it.

This website uses two types of cookies:

1. ‘Strictly necessary’ cookies – these are essential in order to enable you to move around the website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the website. Specifically these are set by WordPress, our CMS (content management system) system to track logged-in users; our secure Partner area also sets a cookie to validate logged-in users.

2. ‘Performance’ cookies – specifically Google Analytics cookies – that collect visitor information. These help us understand how visitors use the site. We can accordingly improve the ‘user experience’ by tailoring our content.
Google Analytics cookies don’t collect information that identifies a visitor. All information is aggregated and therefore anonymous: it is only used to improve how a website works.

By using our website you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device.

Social media links

Some pages of this site carry social media links in the form of buttons to external services or websites, such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and ShareThis. These allow users to share content or access additional content about Pimble. Be aware that these websites may also use cookies to collect information about you. Please check these websites’ privacy policies to see how they collect or use your information.

Changes to this policy

Pimble reserves the right to change this privacy policy at any time by posting changes online. It is your responsibility to refer to this privacy policy on accessing this site.