Privacy Policy


All information provided by you is only used to ensure the best possible shopping experience. All information is strictly confidential. Your personal information will not be shared, circulated, nor modified in any way without your previous consent.
We use third-party web beacons (Google Analytics) from Google to help analyze where visitors go and what they do while visiting our website. We reserve the right to modify this privacy policy at any time, so please review it frequently. If we make significant changes to this policy, we will notify you here and by a notice on the website in general.


Cookies are simple text files that web servers place on your devices and can track a user’s path through a site and identify repeat visits. No personal or identifiable information is obtained.

In the UK an update to the Privacy and Electronic Communication Regulations require websites to get consent from visitors to store or retrieve an information on a laptop/PC, mobile or tablet device.

All websites in the UK or targeted to UK customers are expected to comply if they store non-essential cookies e.g. adverts, tracking codes, Google Analytics.

Below is a generic cookies policy that will be placed on all Mackman developed websites:

Cookies are pieces of information which a website transfers to your computer’s hard disk for record-keeping purposes. Cookies can make a web site more useful by personalizing information for visitors and by storing information about your preferences on our site. The use of cookies is an industry standard, and many major websites use them to provide useful features for their customers. It is our policy to use cookies only for the following purposes:

  • To identify you
  • To customize our site for you
  • To help improve navigation

Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. If you prefer, you can set your browser to reject cookies. However, you will not be able to take full advantage of our web site if you do so.

We use tracking technology to better understand site traffic patterns and use. However, none of the information collected via tracking technology is personally identifiable information.