Code of Ethics Ancientmoz Ltd

Setting ethics for our company conduct is a moral commitment. We believe the principle of reliance is vital to the development of our commerce. These values of integrity are of progression based on compliance with international laws and regulations, but equally on the commitment to the values of our company. It must be embodied by every one of our BARNECUT App users, stylists and our employees in their daily activities, whatever their seniority in the business. As much as we investing heavily to create a solid safeguard in the protection of our users’ privacy and services, we invest in our employees and third-party partners.

BARNETCUT believes in the principles of reliance and transparency and its significance to our customers. Concerning trade transparency including, any third-party from stylists to adverts providers. Ancientmoz’s group believe that inequality at the workplace is a serious matter. We reject any kind of cooperation with companies that violate employee’s rights, such as inequality or ‘Modern Slavery’. Legalisations of “Equality Act 2010” and “Modern Slavery Act 2015” – section 54- transparency in supply chains for companies that corporate in the UK.

We create our code to provide a framework for what is expected from each of us in our professional activities, and when we are in contact with our employees, clientele and partners. Additionally, the company’s ethics of conduct also underlines our commitment to the environment, which we are dedicated to protecting. We hope to push our positive influence on international society. Our company, intending to fully play a vital part as a decent corporate involving in environmental protection activities and responsible in commitment to it.

The code of ethics strongly endorses our obligation to respect human rights law. This is not only for our employees but also for all those who work and contribute to our cooperation. The United Nations adopted the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) in 2011. These principles contain three parts; guard, self-esteem and health to be provided by businesses to their employees wherever cooperating in the world (OHCHR, 2011).

We put in order all our commitments and vigilance to combat human trafficking, child labour, forced labour, and the exploitation of the most vulnerable groups, in particular migrants, as well as to encounter all violence and discrimination against women. The British legalisation of “Modern Slavery Act 2015” – section 54 – transparency in supply chains for companies that corporate in the UK, making provision about servitude and compulsory labour, and providing a safeguard for victims (Modern Slavery Act Legislation, 2015).


Finally, our company procedure has NO” tolerance towards corruption and any practice of fraud, and every one of us must be aware of this.