Use of Cookies Notice

We may store small amounts of information about you or your current session in a cookie (files which are sent by us to your computer or other access device) which we can access in the future when you visit the site.

Cookies are safe

They are tiny text files that cannot execute any programs or access anything on your computer. They are also unable to carry viruses, send you spam or any other type of threats. Cookies are site specific, so that means any cookies we place on your computer cannot be read or used by any other site and vice-versa, we cannot read any cookies set by other sites - your browser makes sure of that.

We use cookies for the following reasons:

  • To keep you logged in between pages. When you log in, we keep track of your member ID. This is so when you load a new page within the site we can remember who you are and save you from signing in after every single click. When you log out or close your browser, this cookie expires.
  • If you want the site to remember your email address. When you sign in, you can ask the site to remember your email address to make logging in quicker and easier. If you choose to do this, we will create a cookie that contains your email address that we can read when you next try to log in.
  • Our site stats. We want to make the site better and so need to know how people are using the site. We use a cookie to give your computer a unique identity. We do not identify the actual person using the computer or associate the computer with your account. We absolutely do not collect any personal data on you. We simply need to identify one computer from another so we can gather stats such as, how many people visit our site, on average how often people return and other details like these relating to site usage.

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Please note, by deleting or not accepting cookies from our site, you may not be able to access certain parts of the site and many features will not work.

Privacy and Data Protection Notice:

We never collect or store any personal information without your knowledge. Any personal data you choose to submit to the site is safely secured in our database and is never shared with any third parties outside of our parent company NSi Ltd without your permission.

Any personal data you choose to submit is stored by the sites parent company NSi Ltd.

Please also read our Privacy Statement (

Please also read our Terms and Conditions (