Privacy and Security
Your Personal Information:
Our site collects information for requests and orders on special forms. Contact information from forms (including name, address, email address, payment info, etc.) is used to process and deliver orders and mail information about our company to our customers. At no time will we share or sell any of your information with any other person or company.
Any financial information customers submit, such as credit card number and expiration dates are used only to charge the customer for products and services they are purchasing. Credit card information is not retained by us and is transmitted in encrypted format at the time of purchase and later to the financial institution.
This web site has extensive security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse or alteration of the information under our control. All orders are processed using SSL technology via secure server. All customer contact information including name and address is guarded with the utmost security and discretion and credit card information is not retained by us. We will not disclose any information to any outside third parties for marketing or other purposes.
What you can do:
On our web site, you can establish and manage your own lists and the system will keep track of what was purchased for whom on that list. This information will be retained in our system as long as you wish, or until a pre-determined amount of time has elapsed with no account activity. You may remove personal lists stored in our system at any time.
We use reputable outside service providers such as our web host, auditors, credit card clearance companies etc., and whereas we can not be responsible for the practices of these 3rd parties, we will however try to choose well and we will also ask for confidentiality agreements wherever possible.
What you should look for:
When entering any credit card information on the Internet, always try to make sure that the connection is secure. You can often tell that you are connected via a secure connection by checking to see if the address in your browser starts with, https instead of just http. Another way is to check on the lower right-hand corner of your browser. You should see the icon of a small padlock.