Privacy & Security
When you contact us we will use your email address for the purposes of administering your query or order and responding to you. We will not publish your personal information and will not supply your personally identifying information to other companies or individuals. We may, with your permission, send you information about our company and our products and services.
We may use "cookies" to help us recognise you on any return visits you make to our Site and to make any registration or other procedures easier for you. Cookies are small pieces of information, which will be stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. The cookies used by us will not give us any personal details about you. If you do not wish cookies to be stored on your browser follow these instructions: Internet Explorer: Open the Tools menu and click Internet Options. Choose the Privacy tab and move the slider to high level of privacy. Click on the Default button if you do not see the slider. Netscape: Open the Edit menu and choose Preferences. In the Advanced category, choose Cookies. Click the radio button Disable all cookies. Other browsers: Refer to the relevant help menu looking under cookies, privacy or security.
If you wish us to remove your details from our systems or update them at any time please contact us with a request to do so.
All of our credit card transactions are processed through a major bank in New Zealand (Bank of New Zealand) by the Direct Payment Solutions Limited (DPS) system. All transaction details are encrypted so you are safe to shop at BTL.
Shopping is secure. This site uses the latest in security technology to ensure a safe & secure transaction during your shopping experience. You can enter your credit card number on our secure form and transmit the form over the Internet to a secure server without any risk of an intermediary obtaining your credit card information. Credit card orders are encrypted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol technology. Your confidential information is automatically encrypted in transit from your computer to ours.
When a browser connects to a secure site it retrieves the site's SSL certificate and checks that it has not expired, that it has been issued by a Certificate Authority the browser trusts and that it is being used by the web site for which it has been issued. If it fails on any one of these checks the browser will display a warning to the end user. If it succeeds, several security indicators are built into modern browsers to indicate that SSL is enabled.