The £ number is the value of the order or RMA.
If more than one iten is purchased or returned then the image is of the highest value item, if there is time the second most valuable item is shown.
Locations based on the billing postcode and are obscured slightly to protect the anonymity of the shopper.
The text may be the district of the purchaser, the website used for the purchase or the reason for the RMA or return.
Most modern browsers are supported. Internet Explorer should be version 9 or above, older versions may not work fully.
If left running the map page benefits from being refreshed (press F5) every few days.
Cookies are used to track how many people use this tool.
This software is provided by See The Spark Ltd and it retains the copyright. Any modification or copying must first be agreed in writing from See The Spark. The licence allows for internal use on a single site. See The Spark reserve the right to revoke this licence at any time.
jQuery is licenced for use and distribution under the MIT licence.
Test images are surced from http://pixabay.com/
The detailed map is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 license.
You are free to use and change it but it requires to remain under the same or similar license.
The outline and physical maps are licenced under the GNU licence and provided by Wikipedia.
Google maps are licenced for testing only.
The mainland postcode information is provided by the ONS under the Open Government Licence. Northern Ireland data is from the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency in 2008. http://www.doogal.co.uk/PostcodeFAQ.php
Some postcode amendments were taken from http://www.postcode-info.co.uk/counties.html and http://www.ukpostcodes.org/postcode-database-api-downloadsNo responisibilty is taken for the correctness of this information.