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We have been very satisfied with the quality of the images and with the prompt and efficient service provided.

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PiciScan's use of cookies

PiciScan uses cookies and local storage to help provide you with a better and faster experience. Here are some of the ways that our service uses these technologies: to save the contents of your shopping basket, to save your address in the shopping cart between visits and to help you share what you find on PiciScan's website with others.

Below we explain how PiciScan and other third parties use these technologies, your privacy settings and the other options you have.

What are cookies and local storage?

Cookies are small files that websites place on your computer as you browse the web. Like many websites, PiciScan uses cookies to discover how people are using our services and to make them work better.

Local storage is an industry-standard technology that allows a website or application to store information locally on your computer or mobile device. We use local storage to customise what you see in your shopping basket, based on your past interactions with PiciScan's website.

Why does PiciScan use these technologies?

PiciScan uses these technologies to deliver, measure, and improve our service in various ways. These uses generally fall into one of the following categories:

Analytics and research:

To help us improve and understand how people use our website

We might optimise and improve your experience on PiciScan by using cookies to see how people interact with our website, such as when and for how long it is used, which pages are visited most often and which links are clicked on. We use Google Analytics to gather this information for us.

Personalized content:

To help you make use of the shopping basket on PiciScan's website.

Cookies help our website remember the contents of your shopping basket between visits. They will also remember any address details you have entered into the checkout on your computer to save you having to enter them again on subsequent visits. Under no circumstance are cookies used to store more sensitive information such as credit card details.

To enable you to share what you find on PiciScan's website with others using social media.

PiciScan's website allows you to share any of its pages through popular social media sites such as Facebook & Twitter. To achieve this, it makes use of a widely available plug-in provided by a third-party: ShareThis. ShareThis will store cookies on your computer to allow it to remember which social media websites you are signed into and to speed up the process of your sharing what you find.

What are my privacy options?

We are committed to offering you meaningful privacy choices. You have a number of options to control or limit how PiciScan and other third parties use cookies:

You can modify your settings in most web browsers to accept or deny all cookies, or to request your permission each time a site attempts to set a cookie.

If you would like to prevent PiciScan, and many other websites, from anonymously gathering information about your use of our website, you may wish to download the Google Analytics Opt-Out Browser Add-on.

Although cookies are not required for some parts of our service, PiciScan's website may not work properly if you disable cookies entirely. For example, you may not make full use of the shopping basket if you've disabled all cookie use.

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