Privacy and Cookies

This document explains what cookies are, how they are used on tutti.co.uk and what steps you can take to control them. You can also read our privacy policy for more information about privacy and data protection on our website.

What are cookies and how are they used on tutti.co.uk?

A cookie is a small piece of information downloaded from a website and stored in your web browser. Cookies are used to store information about your visit to the website, sometimes for a single visit to the site after which the cookie is deleted, or for longer periods, for example to maintain user preferences or to count visits for anonymised statistical reports.

What cookies does tutti.co.uk use?

We do use cookies to:

  • Track information necessary to complete your order or any other transaction you initiate with our website.

  • Store your user name and related information when you log in to our website.

  • Store your preferences, for example your preferred currency or delivery destination country.

  • Gather anonymous usage statistics, for example counts of the numbers of people visiting the site, which pages are most visited and which times of day are busiest. We use third party software to provide these cookies and you can find information below about how to block them.

We don't use cookies to:

  • Collect, store or track any personally identifiable information about you for any purpose other than completing transactions you initiate on our website.

  • Share any personal information with other websites, companies or organisations.

Cookies may also be used by third parties whose software or content we use in our site. For example, if you view a YouTube video that is embedded on our site, then YouTube.com may send you cookies.

Although tutti.co.uk cannot control the cookies set by third parties, we do take care to ensure that any third party software or content used on our website comes from reputable providers with high standards of security and privacy protection.

More information and how to opt out

If you would like to find out more about cookies, we recommend that you read the Information Commissioner's Office's advice on cookies, which provides information to help you control your privacy online, including how to limit or block cookies on websites.

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