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Kings Cross Joinery (the owner of this website) does not authorise the harvesting, mining or collection of e-mail addresses or other information from or through the website or its services.

The owner of this website does not permit or authorise others to use their services to collect, compile or obtain any information about its customers or subscribers, including but not limited to subscriber e-mail addresses. The owner of this website does not permit or authorise any attempt to use its services in a manner that could damage, disable, overburden or impair any aspect of any of the services, or that could interfere with any other party’s use and enjoyment of any service.

If the owner of this website believes that unauthorized or improper use is being made of any service, it may, without notice, take such action as it, in its sole discretion, deems appropriate, including blocking messages from a particular internet domain, mail server or IP address. The owner of this website may immediately terminate any account on any service which it determines, in its sole discretion, is transmitting or is otherwise connected with any e-mail that violates this policy.

Nothing in this anti-spam policy is intended to grant any right to transmit or send e-mail to, or through, this website and/or services. Failure to enforce this policy in every instance does not amount to a waiver of rights of the owner of this website.

Unauthorised use of website services in connection with the transmission of unsolicited e-mail, including the transmission of e-mail in violation of this policy, may result in civil, criminal, or administrative penalties against the sender and those assisting the sender.


Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003

The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003 is a law in the United Kingdom which makes it unlawful to send unsolicited emails and transmit an telephone automated recorded message for direct marketing purposes. without prior consent. It’s also unlawful to send someone direct marketing who has not already agreed (unless there is a previous relationship between the parties). It is unlawful to add someone’s details to their marketing database and offer an opt out afterwards.

These regulations can be enforced against an offending company or individual anywhere in the European Union. The Information Commissioner’s Office oversees the enforcement of unsolicited e-mails and considers complaints about breaches. Breaching these regulations is a criminal offence and can lead to a fine of up to £500,000.  It is the aim of Kings Cross Joinery/ to always comply with this law at all times.