Privacy Policy


We at Buzzkiki are committed to preserving the privacy and maintaining the confidentiality of any information that is provided to us via this website by visitors to the website and by our customers.

In this Privacy Policy, when we refer to “your personal data” we mean all the personal details, information and data that you send or submit to us from time to time.  This will include your personal details, such as the name and the contact details you give us if you register to use any interactive parts of this website, or purchase goods or services via it, and any updated personal data which you provide us with from time to time. We will also collect any other personal information which you send us by e-mail or letter from time to time.  We use the information that you provide for such purposes as responding to your orders or requests and communicating with you.

We collect, use and retain your personal data only in compliance with UK, EU or other applicable Personal Data Protection laws (“DP Laws”).

If you cancel an order or other transaction, or abandon it before completion, or if for any reason we do not accept you as a customer, we immediately will destroy any personal data you have provided to us.  This means that if you re-apply to later to make a purchase or other transaction via this website, you will need to re-key all the data required.

Disclosure of Personal Data to Third Parties

We do not provide third parties with any information about website visitors or customers for any purposes (including for the purposes of carrying out direct marketing), except such information as we are required to provide under DP Laws and other applicable EU and UK laws and regulations.

When a third party (for example, an Information Service Provider (ISP) or telecommunications company, or a goods delivery service) is involved in a supply of our goods or services to you, we may need or may be required by law to disclose some of your personal data related to that supply of goods or services to that third party.  We will provide the third party only with data that are essential to that supply or is required by law.

If we enter into a joint venture with or sell or merge our business to or with another company, entity or business, we will need to disclose or provide any personal data that you have provided to us to our new business partners or owners in a form which is personally identifiable.  During any such process our actions will be in compliance with DP Laws, and we will disclose your personal data only on the basis that such new partners or owners agree to (a) treat your personal data in accordance with this Privacy Policy, and (b) comply with DP Laws. Such business partners or owners shall be entitled to do everything with your personal data that we would be entitled to with it under this Privacy Policy.


This web site may provide links to other websites, but we will not provide any of your personal data to the owners of those websites.


“Cookies” are small amounts of information which we store on your computer.  Our system will issue cookies to your computer when you log on to this website. Cookies make it easier for you to log on to and use this website during future visits.


You must (a) keep your password and online identity details secret, (b) make sure you always protect against unauthorised use of your password and to your computer, and (c) always sign off when you finish using a shared computer.

If you have any concerns about this privacy policy which appears on the Site, please contact us