The details of our privacy policy is outlined below. We understand that shopping with security and your privacy is very important to you. It’s just as important to us, too! So you can be assured that your credit card information, billing and shipping addresses, phone number(s), and email address will be safe when shopping with us. We do not sell, rent, give away, or share any of our customer’s information.

Our Web server automatically recognizes the consumer’s IP address of each visitor to our web site, but not the e-mail address.

We do collect email addresses of those who purchase from us and from those who opt-in to our email list. The information we collect is used by us to send digital products and to contact customers for low-volume marketing purposes. At the bottom of every email address you have the option to manage your subscription and opt-out. We send out one monthly newsletter each month and an occasional sale or announcement in between.

We use standard internet cookies to record session information. This is to keep track of items that customers add to their shopping cart.

If you supply us with your telephone number we will only contact you if we have questions regarding an order you have placed on-line.

We do not share your information with anyone. This includes your e-mail address, except to our personally managed MailChimp emailing list account (MailChimp Privacy Policy).

We always use industry-standard encryption technologies when transferring and receiving consumer data exchanged with our site (BYL SSL Certificate Info).

We do not collect or store credit card information. Our transactions use an shopping cart (e-junkie Privacy Policy). All payments are made through PayPal (PayPal Privacy Policy).

Additionally, If you feel that we are not following our stated privacy policy, you may contact us using the Contact Us page.

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