Last updated: April 12, 2018
What information is collected and who is it shared with?
When you sign up for an account on our website we collect your name, address, phone number, email address, and credit card information. These are all necessary to complete and ship your order. Our shipping company requires a phone number.
The third parties this information may be shared with include our payment processor (Stripe), our shipping company (FedEx), and our email / newsletter service provider (Mailchimp). You must opt in to receive the newletter. We do not share your personally identifiable information with anyone else.
How is the information secured?
All information is encrypted using secure socket layer technology (SSL) and card information is tokenized using Stripe JS.
How can this information be corrected?
You may log into your account and modify your name, address, phone number, and email address. You may also contact us at email@example.com to access, correct, amend or delete your personal information.
What information do we keep?
We keep your information except credit card numbers. The Stripe payment gateway never stores more than the last four digits of your credit card when storing payment tokens for re-use.
The site uses the following cookies, and none of them store personal information –
Do we collect information when you interact with us on social media or use social media buttons on our site?
You may see Facebook “like” buttons or “share” buttons on our website, or similar buttons on our website or other social media sites. If you use those buttons, we may collect your IP address and where you were on our site or on social media when you used the button. These kinds of social media features are governed by the privacy policies of the companies providing them.
How do we respond to “do not track” signals
We do not track our customers over time and across third party websites to provide targeted advertising and therefore does not respond to Do Not Track (DNT) signals. However, some third-party sites do keep track of your browsing activities when they serve you content, which enables them to tailor what they present to you. If you are visiting such sites, your browser may allow you to set the DNT signal on your browser so that third parties (particularly advertisers) know you do not want to be tracked.