Protecting your privates.
Disclaimer: this page will be boring. Sorry about that. But if we don't write it we could be thrown in privacy prison, which is just actual prison, and Ben is way too pretty to survive a five-stretch. So, without any further nonsense...
Our commitment to privacy
Privacy, we bloody love it here at 4-LW. In fact, the only thing we love more than privacy is... not being talked about.
No, wait, that's not right.
The only thing we love more than privacy is your privacy. So here's how we'll defend it with our lives. (Matt's life.)
Information we collect
4-Letter Word owns the information collected on this website, which includes the following:
· Details of your visits to our website and the resources that you access, including, but not limited to, traffic data, location data, and other communication data.
· Information you provide by filling in forms on our website: your name, email address, company name, website address, and description of yourself and your business.
· Information you provide when you communicate with us for any reason.
How we use that information
Collected information is primarily used to provide you with a better service and to inform you of any upcoming work, information, or offers in which we think you might be interested.
We will never, ever, ever, ever share your information with third parties. Not even if they offer us a big sack of laundered lucre to do so.
What if you don't want to be contacted by us any more?
Well, first off, Ben will cry. Then Matt will take a picture of said crying and upload it to our social channels.
With Ben's reputation in tatters, all we'd then ask is that you email us at email@example.com to explain that you hate us and don't want your information stored with us. At which point, we'll remove you from our database and never contact you again. Unless you want us to.
Please want us to.
Cookies aren't linked to any personally identifiable information and cannot be used to track a visit to an individual computer.
Persistent cookies (ones that aren't deleted from your hard drive when you end your browsing session) are stored on your hard drive for an arbitrary amount of time. You can delete them by finding the settings within your internet properties.
We have a procedure in place to keep data as accurate as possible, to use it correctly and to prevent any unauthorised access and/or use of this data, as required by the Data Protection Act of 1998.
Because we love to p̶i̶g̶g̶y̶-̶b̶a̶c̶k̶ provide shout-outs to other people's work, this website contains links to external sites. Please ensure that, should you follow those links, you read and are aware of their privacy policies, as we are not responsible for them. Thank god.
Phew! We're glad that's over with. Again, our sincerest apologies for putting you through that - but at least you didn't have to write the blummin' thing.
And, to cheer you up, here's a video of a dog falling over.