Privacy and Cookie Policy

Webcore Limited

Effective from 9th of January 2019.


General Information

Webcore Limited takes your privacy seriously. Please read the following information to learn more about our privacy practices.

  • This privacy and cookie policy covers what personally identifiable information Webcore Limited collects via the website and how it is treated.
    Personally identifiable information is collected; recording who is using the ‘AccuRate’ service as well as their store name and rating. Cookies are used and are a necessary and important part of this service.
  • This policy only applies to and does not extend to the practices of other Web Sites that we may have or link to, companies that we do not own or control, or to people that we do not employ or manage.

Contact Information

We invite you to contact us if you have questions about this privacy policy. Under GDPR you have the rights to request from us a report of what information we hold about you, how it is used and who we share this information with.

Our Internet address is located at

Webcore Limited

Smiths News, Yeomans Way

Bournemouth BH8 0BJ

Dorset UK

You may contact us by e-mail at

You may contact us by phone on 08001303140

Dispute Resolution

Webcore Limited is committed to resolving any dispute you may have regarding our privacy policy quickly and efficiently.

Disputes will be handled by our customer service representative.
Our customer service will promptly correct any errors.

If you are unhappy about the conduct of Webcore in handling sensitive data we will take as strong action as we can to remedy any problems you might have.

In the event that a dispute regarding our privacy practices cannot be settled through our normal dispute resolution processes. Please contact or for any disputes.


Information Collection

When visiting Web Sites certain information about you and your computer can sometimes be collected.
This section explains what information Webcore Limited collects, and how it is used.

Information Collected

    • – What information do we collect and why?

We collect the following information about our visitors through 3rd party click tracking solutions. You are not required to login to the site to view our content and as such you are not required to submit any personal informtion to continue to use the site. This it the level of information that our 3rd parties track:

      • dynamic.clickstream
      • dynamic.http
      • dynamic.clientevents
      • dynamic.cookies

We collect personally identifiable information. We collect clickstream information for the following reasons:

      • Performance and site traffic analysis
      • Web Site and System Administration
      • Research and Development

Our Web Site generates server log files automatically. These log files are used to generate statistical information and error reports to ensure the Web Site runs with a minimum of disruption. They are not actively used to identify individual visitors.

Information Recipients
– Who has access to the information collected?

      • Ourselves only – no data is shared with 3rd parties


Information Retention
– How long is this information retained?

    • The personal information is stored in our database for indefinite period of time.


Cookies are a technology which can be used to provide you with tailored information from a Web site.
A cookie is an element of data that a Web Site can send to your browser, which may then store it on
your system. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the chance
to decide whether to accept it. We strongly suggest that all visitors not currently familiar with cookies to visit their browser cookie settings and adjust to whatever cookie setting level you feel comfortable with. There is a setting to completely block all cookies, which will make using the Internet almost impossible.

Our Web site uses the following cookies:

  • source=”Google Analytics”
  • source=”Wordpress”
  • source=”Onefeed”