How We Use Cookies – Privacy Policy Page

We take your privacy and security very, very seriously.

Information Collected

We collect personal information (name, email address etc) when you fill in a form on our website that requests it. When you sign up to Paul’s newsletter, we only ask for your name and email address.

Distribution of Information

We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties our users’ personally identifiable information. Ever.

Mailing List

If you sign up for Paul’s newsletter, we promise to only send you relevant info, no more than a few times a month. It’s easy to unsubscribe, too – just click unsubscribe. This will remove you immediately.
We would never, ever sell your email address.


Cookies are handy little files that help us serve up a great website for you. They remember things like what you put in your basket, or the last time you logged in. By nature, cookies do not store personal information, and when they save things like passwords, it is always encrypted. Our cookies are not, and cannot be shared with third party companies.

We also allow Google to store cookies from our website. This helps us use things like Google Analytics (to see traffic on our site, but not any specific user data), Google Fonts, hosted jQuery libraries, and Google+. Most sites you visit these days will probably be setting cookies from Google for various services.

We do not allow or implement any tracking or cookies from Spyware or ad tracking services. We kind of think it’s creepy when you look at a product on one site, and are then bombarded with ads for that product on every other website you visit. This is called “remarketing”, and we don’t do it. We know if you want to buy the product from us, you’ll be back.