Privacy and Security Policy
Privacy of Data
TIMco is a trading name of T.I.Midwood & Co Limited.
In order to provide you with the best and easiest online shopping experience possible we need to gather certain pieces of information from you. Your name and address is required to deliver products you have ordered.
We ask for your email address when you register on the site, and ask you to create a password. You then do not need to re-enter your name and address when you return to the site at a later date. We use your email address to confirm your order. Use of your data will remain under the control of T.I.Midwood & Co Limited (the "data controller"); the data processor does not have the authority to use your information for any other purpose and will not pass details on to any other third party. We would also like to send you information about special offers, but respect that this is a personal choice; you may opt in or out at any time.
The TIMco site is tested and certified daily to pass the “Symantic Secure” Security Scan. The "live" Symantic Secure mark appears only when this site passes the daily Symantic Secure tests. For more information, please click on the live Symantic Logo in our checkout where our daily scan certificate is displayed.
When shopping on our website, you may see a pop up window appear when you are at the checkout. This pop up will be provided by the bank that issued the card you are making payment with. If you have not already registered your card, you can use this pop up and follow the instructions to register securely. Once registered, you will be taken back to the TIMco website to complete your order. If you are at all concerned or confused, simply close the pop up window and complete your order as normal, then contact your bank to find out more about the schemes. Once registered, you will then be required to use your personal code on all subsequent online transactions.
All our credit card data is actually handled directly by Sage Pay and your issuing bank. TIMco at no time actually stores or even has access to your credit card details. This is in line with PCI regulations and means your credit card security is preserved at all times.