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Our licensees ensure that your privacy is protected when browsing their website.
When you register on our licensees’ website, we need to know your name, at least one of your delivery addresses, your email address and a contact number. These are used to verify your identity, and to enable us to deliver any orders you may place with us.
Once you have registered, your personal details can only be accessed by way of a password. We suggest that you keep this password private to ensure that no one else can gain access to this information. Password protection remains your responsibility at all times.
If the need arises to contact one of our licensees you might be asked certain questions that will enable them to verify you or your company’s identity. These measures are in place to help prevent possible fraudulent activity on your account.
Once you've chosen to subscribe to our promotions at registration, we'll be sending you the current promotions or special offerings we might have from time to time.
We may monitor general customer behaviour patterns on the Website or the websites of our licensees to help us better tailor our offering according to your needs and wishes.
A cookie is a small piece of information stored by your browser (for instance, internet explorer or Netscape) on your computer. The only information stored in the cookie is your email address. This is to identify returning customers and to speed-up the login process for the Website. You can choose not to set the cookie by deselecting the "remember me" check box. Do not disable cookies in the browser settings. If disabled you won't be able to register and ultimately checkout.
The licensees will make sure that your personal information is kept strictly confidential and is not disclosed to any third party. Moreover, we will only contact you with news of our special offers and promotions once you've indicated you would like to receive our promotions at registration. However, we may release account information when we believe, in good faith, that such release is reasonably necessary to a) comply with law, b) enforce or apply the terms of any of our user agreements or c) protect our, the licensees’, our users or any other relevant third parties’ rights, property or safety.