Privacy policy

By using our Website or otherwise communicating with us you accept and consent to the collection, use and transfer of your personal information in accordance with this privacy policy.

This Privacy Policy (together with our Terms and Conditions and any other document referred to in it) describes the way we collect your personal information (whether collected from you or otherwise provided to us), how we use your personal information and why.

Please read the following information carefully to understand our views and practices regarding your personal information and how we will treat it.

Your right to privacy is important to us. We take the security of your personal information seriously and we have strict policies and processes in place to ensure it remains safe.

When do we collect personal information

Our Website is free for you to browse through and read. We only ask for your personal information for the following reasons:

If you want to purchase product(s) from the Website

If you want to contact us, send us an email or offer feedback

What kind of information we collect about you

We only collect personal information (such as your name, email address, phone and address details) if you choose to provide that information to us or when you make a purchase from our Website.

Why we collect the information and what we do with it

We will require you to provide particular personal information such as your name, email address, phone number, credit/debit card details and your billing address for the purposes of completing your order. We will only use this information for the purposes of managing your order or your usage of the Website. We will share your information with third party companies (such as couriers) for the express purpose of completing your order.

We will never sell your information to any other company or third party.

If you provide us with personal information via or through using our Website www.unlabel.lt or by otherwise communicating with us, we will act as the ‘data controller’ of your personal information. Under the Data Protection Act 1998, the ‘data controller’ is responsible for ensuring that your personal information is lawfully and properly processed.