You may be requested to submit your name, email address, mailing address, phone number, credit card information, business name, or other details to help with your experience while ordering or registering on our site, as applicable.
When you place an order, sign up for our newsletter, fill out a form, or enter information on our website, we receive information from you.
We may make the following uses of the data we learn about you from whether you register, buy anything, subscribe to our newsletter, answer a survey or marketing communication, browse the website, or use particular other site features:
Yes. If you allow it, a website or its service provider may transfer a little file known as a cookie to your computer's hard drive. Cookies help the website's or service provider's systems identify your browser and collect and remember specific information. For instance, cookies assist us in processing and remembering the products in your shopping cart. They also assist us in better understanding your preferences based on past or present site activity, allowing us to provide you better services. In order to provide users with a better website experience and features in the future, we also utilize cookies to help us compile aggregate statistics on site traffic and user activity.
You have the option to either turn off all cookies or have your computer alert you each time one is sent. You can do this by adjusting the settings on your browser (like Internet Explorer). Because each browser is a little different, check the Help menu to find out how to properly edit your cookies.
If Some functions will not function if cookies are disabled. Some of the elements that improve your site experience will be disabled, and some of our services won't work properly. But you can still place orders by getting in touch with customer care.
We never trade, sell, or otherwise make your personally identifiable information available to other parties.
On our website, we neither provide nor include any services or products from third parties.
The Google Advertising Principles are a concise summary of Google's advertising criteria. They are set up to give users a satisfying experience. On our website, Google AdSense is not yet enabled, but we might do so in the future.
CalOPPA is the first state law in the country to mandate the posting of a privacy statement on commercial websites and online services. The law's reach extends well beyond California, and it mandates that anyone in the United States (and possibly the entire world) who operates websites collecting personally identifiable information from California consumers post a clear privacy statement on their website, comply with this statement, and disclose exactly what information is being collected and with whom it will be shared. - See more at: http://consumercal.org/california-online-privacy-protection-act-caloppa/#sthash.0FdRbT51.dpuf
We respect Do Not Track (DNT) browser mechanisms and do not track, place cookies, or use advertising while they are active.
Furthermore, it's crucial to know that we permit third-party behavioral tracking.
The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) gives parents authority over the collecting of personal information from children under 13 years old. The COPPA Rule, which outlines the obligations of operators of websites and online services to safeguard children's safety and privacy online, is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, the country's consumer protection body. We don't specifically target kids under 13 with our marketing.
We won't treat you differently if you exercise any of your CCPA rights. If it's not allowed by law, we won't:
Refuse to provide you with products or services.
Charge you different prices or rates for products or services, including by offering discounts or other incentives or enforcing penalties.
Provide you a different level or quality of goods or services.
imply that you might get different items or services at a different price or rate, or with varied levels or quality.
However, we might provide you with some financial benefits permitted by the CCPA, which might lead to various costs, charges, or degrees of quality. Any such financial incentive shall be subject to written agreements describing the material elements of the program. You must have given your prior, opt-in authorization to take part in cash incentive programs, which you can withdraw at any time.
The Fair Information Practices Principles are the foundation of privacy legislation in the United States, and the concepts they encompass have had a considerable impact on the development of data protection laws around the world. To comply with the different privacy regulations that safeguard personal information, it is essential to comprehend the Fair Information Practice Principles and how they should be used.
As soon as feasible, we will send an email alert to the users. Within 7 business days, we will alert users through in-site notification. We also concur with the individual redress principle, which states that people must have the ability to legally hold negligent data collectors and processors accountable. This concept mandates that people have access to courts or a government body to investigate and/or prosecute non-compliance by data processors. It also mandates that people have enforceable rights against data users.
The CAN-SPAM Act is a law that provides guidelines for commercial email, specifies requirements for messages, offers recipients the power to request a stop to email delivery, and outlines severe consequences for noncompliance.
You can unsubscribe from future emails at any time by following the instructions at the bottom of each email, and we'll instantly stop sending you any more messages.