Privacy Policy

We take your privacy seriously. We guarantee that no personal information entered into this site will be passed to any third party.

Comments

When a user comments on the site, the entered name, email address and website is stored in our site database. If you comment on our site we reserve the right to store your contact details, for our own marketing purposes. We make the assumption that the act of submitting a comment is an explicit permission to do so.

Contact Form

When using our contact form, the entered name, email address, website and senders IP address, is stored in our site database and is sent by email to an administrator. Submitting the contact form is assumed to be an explicit permission to store that data and for C A Baldwin & Co to use it to contact you for marketing/communication purposes.

Cookies

This site makes use of cookies, however it does not store any information that would, on its own, allow us to identify an individual user of the website without permission from that user. Cookies used by this website are either solely on a per session basis or to maintain user preferences. We do not share any cookies set by the C A Baldwin & Co website with any third parties.

 

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PHPSESSION This is a session ID to identify the users session on the website. It maintains the integrity of your session while transacting information with the website (accessing secure areas, forms submissions etc.)
This cookie is essential to the working of the website
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Google Analytics monitors traffic levels, search queries and visits to the C A Baldwin & Co website.

IP addresses are stored anonymously on Googles servers in the US, and neither C A Baldwin & Co or Google associate your IP address with any personally identifiable information.

The Google Analytics cookies enable Google to track whether you are a returning visitor to the C A Baldwin & Co website, and to track pages that you visit during your visit.

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These cookies are generated when you make a comment and contain the name of the author, email address and the website url. It is used to repopulate form fields when commenting again for the convenience of the user and for no other purpose.

These cookies are only set when the user submits a comment.

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