Our Privacy Pledge
The Information That We Collect
We request only the necessary information to process your order. The information needed will ultimately depend on the payment method you choose.
PayPal: If paying with PayPal, you will not provide any of your financial information. We will ask for your e-mail address (to communicate with you only in relation to the transaction) and your shipping address.
Credit Card: If paying with credit card, we will request your name, e-mail address (to communicate with you only in relation to the transaction), shipping address, billing address, telephone number and credit card information (which we will keep until payment is received). For your protection, all the information you provide is handled by a secure line called SSL, Secure Sockets Layer. The SSL encrypts the link between web server and browser protecting the privacy and integrity of all data submitted to us.
You do not need to register when purchasing. If you are planning on buying regularly from us, registering will allow you to Login and review your order history, reorder supplies from your past orders, and expedite your checkout process (your will not need re-input information). If you choose to register we will ask your name, email address, and you will be prompted to generate a Username and a Password. This information might be used to communicate updates and product releases.
Other Non-Personal Information
We collect information regarding the pages visited and which links were "clicked". Like most web sites, we collect such information by using small bits of information, known as "cookies".
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on a user’s web browser. Cookies are entirely ‘passive’ and do not contain software programmes, viruses, or spyware. They create a link from one’s web browser to a specific site. The link serves a purpose only if one returns to that site. If not, cookies expire. Cookies identify a user within a site’s database, but handle no information beyond that which the user provides (our cookies do not store financial data, cannot obtain data from your hard drive or from anywhere in your computer). The idea behind cookies is to deliver a pleasant online experience. They are useful. Cookies allow us to track how many people visited our site, from what geographic locations, and the pages they saw enabling us to asses the areas that need more emphasis, improvement or deletion.
An example of a cookie is on Amazon.com. When a registered user comes in, a personalized message is shown:
"Hello, Joan Smith, we have new book recommendations for you."
Our Commitment To Children's Privacy
Protecting the privacy of children is always a serious matter. We do not attract or cater to anybody under 13 years of age, and neither do we collect or maintain information from anybody under 13 years of age.
Acceptance Of Terms
By using this site, you signify your assent to us. If you do not agree to this policy, please do not use this site.