We want our users to always be aware of any information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we disclose it.
Business name: Plush in a Rush
Address: 1223 Security Drive
Website URL: http://www.plushinarush.com
Website e-mail: email@example.com
Information Collection and Use
For each visitor to our website, our web server automatically recognizes no information regarding the domain or e-mail address.
The information we collect is:
- Used to improve the content of our Web page.
- Used to notify visitors about updates to our Web site.
- Never shared with other organizations for commercial purposes.
This site collects cookies.*
In order to use this website, visitors and/or members are not required to complete our registration form.
During registration a user must give certain contact information, but we never sell or give away this information. It is only gathered to contact the user about products on our site for which s/he has expressed interest.
We have an electronic order form.
We require information from the user on our electronic order form. A user must provide contact information (such as name, email, and shipping address) and possibly financial information (such as a credit card number). If we have trouble processing an order, we use the information to contact the user. This information is used:
- For shipping and billing purposes.
- To fill customer’s orders
When we transfer and receive certain types of sensitive information, we redirect visitors to a secure server.
We publish a newsletter, and we never sell or share our subscribers’ email addresses. You must ask to be added to the newsletter, we do not auto add customers to the newsletter list.
Notification of Changes
* Definition of cookie: a piece of information sent by a Web server to a user's browser. (A Web server is the computer that "hosts" a Web site, and responds to requests from a user's browser.) Cookies may include information such as login or registration identification, user preferences, online "shopping cart" information, etc. The browser saves the information, and sends it back to the Web server whenever the browser returns to the Web site. The Web server may use the cookie to customize the display it sends to the user, or it may keep track of the different pages within the site that the user accesses. Browsers may be configured to alert the user when a cookie is being sent, or to refuse to accept cookies. Some sites, however, cannot be accessed unless the browser accepts cookies.