Use of the Receptional website
Receptional allows users to access its website and services at www.receptional.com and link to this website freely provided that:
- No part of the website is intentionally duplicated other than through standard, short term caching of pages in web browsers or through search engine spiders for the purposes of indexing the website.
- The user accepts that the website may represent opinions and not fact and Receptional is not liable in any way for information that may be offered on the website.
- Receptional reserves the right to stop a website from linking to www.receptional.com if Receptional, in its absolute discretion, feels that the incoming hyperlink might be detrimental to Receptional’s objectives.
- Where Receptional’s websites link to third party sites, Receptional takes no responsibility, either for the validity of this hyperlink nor for the content which may be on the third party site. Neither does Receptional make any claim to any copyright on any third party websites.
- Where a user submits an email address to Receptional via the website, this indicates acceptance that Receptional may, on occasion, email the user provided that the user may then have the opportunity to stop further emails on request.
- Receptional retains its copyright of material on its websites and may change the terms by which people may access the site or use the information therein at any time.
We respect your privacy. Below is an outline of what information this site gathers and how it's used:
Whenever your request a page, your IP address, browser and version, operating system and the site you came from are stored in a log file. This information cannot be used to identify a specific individual. This information is only used for statistical purposes to help improve this site and provide accurate statistics to help us understand site usage.
Any email addresses collected on this site are not sold, or disclosed to a third party. The email addresses collected will only be used to send you information that you request from us.
In common with many other online services, we will use "cookies" to store and sometimes to track information about you. A cookie is a small amount of data sent from the server which is stored on your device's hard drive.
We use the information collected to help us review, develop and improve the service which we offer to you.
We use third-party web beacons from Yahoo! to help analyse where visitors go and what they do while visiting our website. Yahoo! may also use anonymous information about your visits to this and other websites in order to improve its products and services and provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by Yahoo!, visit indextools.com.