We know that you care about your personal data and how it is used, and we want you to trust that Effectrode uses your personal data carefully. This Privacy Policy will help you understand what personal data we collect, why we collect it and what we do with it.

We hold basic contact information including your email addresses, delivery and invoice addresses and telephone numbers on our computer systems to allow us to efficiently process orders and communicate with customers.

  • We will store any data we hold on you securely.
  • We will never pass your data onto third parties.
  • We will advise within 24 hours if we have had a data breach.
  • We will provide the details we hold on you within five days of request.
  • We will delete your data if you no longer wish us to hold it.
  • We aim to be GDPR compliant.

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Effectrode uses cookies to improve the user experience on our website. We do not pass on or in any way collect personal information about you as an individual user. Cookies are placed onto your machine by every website you visit, and most of those websites, including ours, may not function correctly without them. However, if you would like to disable cookies, you can read how to do so in your browser on AboutCookies.org. Effectrode uses the following cookies:

First Party Cookies: These cookies are created by effectrode.com to enable the functionality of various aspects of our website, typically random numbers and letters (PHP session cookie) which identifies a specific user’s session. This will expire when you leave the website.

Third Party Cookies: These are created by companies to provide various services which we use to enhance our site. The only ones we use are Google Analytics used to determine where visitors are coming from and what content they are looking at and Mailchimp. No personal information is collected by Google Analytics. Cookies beginning with _ga, _gat, _utm(x) are used to collect information about traffic and user activity.