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We encourage you to read this Policy before using our site. By using this site, you agree with these Terms and Conditions. If you
do not agree to these Terms and Conditions, please do not use this site.
1. The information which Fiver House collects through this site (www.fiverhouse.com) is "Aggregate Information", through which an
individual cannot be identified. When you visit or interact with the site, Fiver House might collect anonymous information through
our hosting company's server regarding the number or geographical lopcalisation of our visitors.
2. The information which Fiver House collects through the Newsletter consists of e-mail addresses and names or aliases. Our
Newsletter is only sent to subscribers, and obviously offers an "Unsubscribe" option.
3. The information which Fiver House collects through Facebook Ads and Instagram is "Aggregate Information", through which an
individual cannot be identified, and refers to the number, age, sex and approximate geographical location of those individuals who react to
our marketing campaigns (in the case of Facebook Ads) or photos and campaigns (in the case of Instagram).
Fiver House will not collect individual data e.g. name, address, telephone number, e-mail (we will henceforth refer to these as
"private data" except in those cases where you will willingly provide them. If you do not want your data to be collected, we
kindly ask you not to provide them. The data we have been sent - with the exception of the cases where it is otherwise specified)
can be used in the following ways: through collecting and processing for a better understanding of your needs and the improvement of our
products and services or for directly contacting you through our Newsletter. The private data of the visitors of our website, our Facebook page or
Instagram profile (or any other social networks that might appear in the future) and the private data of our Newsletter's subscribers will
not be transmitted, in any way, to any third party.
We will not sell, rent or use your data for marketing to any third parties.
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by most websites and they help simplify the continuous access to a specific website and its use. Cookies do not harm the operating system
of a computer or the files on said computer in any way, and only the website that sent the cookie can read or modify that
particular cookie. If you do not want this information to be stocked via cookies, most browsers have very simple methods to
erase the stocked cookies, the automatic rejection of cookies or the selective acceptance or rejection of particular cookies
sent to your computer. In any instance, you should be aware that the rejection of cookies hinders your access to a site and might make parts
of it unusable.