PRIVACY POLICY

When I'm not busy creating new jewelry designs or participating in artisan craft shows, I'm usually shopping online for new and unique components for my next project. So, I recognize that protecting your privacy is just as important to you on my website as it is to me when I'm shopping online. Listed below are the policies I am using to protect your personal information. Should you have any questions, please contact me directly.

WHAT DATA IS COLLECTED

  • What data is collected. Identify the types of data your site collects. In addition to names, home addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, credit card information, and IP addresses, you may be collecting information about your customers’ interests and purchase histories or demographic information such as their gender, age, income or marital status.  Your analytics provider, your advertisers, your third party shopping cart or payment processor may all be collecting information on various parts of the site. These activities should be identified and consumers should be directed to any third party privacy policies that may apply.

HOW DATA IS COLLECTED

Your Data is Secure

How data is being collected. Online forms used to enter email details for newsletters and credit card data for purchases may be obvious to the consumer. Data collection using cookies and other trackers placed on the visitor’s computer browser may go unnoticed. You should clearly explain your cookie practices to customers. ​

WHAT IS DONE THE DATA

Your Data is Secure

  • What you are doing with the data. Tell your customers how you’re using their data and how, where and how long you will store it. If you share customer data with affiliates or service providers, sell data you collect to business partners, or allow marketers or others to collect data on your site, be sure to explain what information is being shared or sold and how it may be used. 

HOW YOU CAN CONTROL YOUR DATA

Your Data is Secure

  • How customers can control their data. Provide a point of contact at your business – an email address or phone number - to help customers change passwords, unsubscribe from mailing lists, close accounts, or complain if there’s a problem. If marketers are using your site to collect browsing data for interest-based advertising, you should also provide customers with opt-out information for this activity.   

HOW I PROTECT YOUR DATA

Your Data is Secure

  • How you protect the data. You should be protecting customer data with strong data integrity and security measures. You can reference these measures in your published policy to provide assurance to your customers. But avoid going into detail -- publicly revealing too much about your security practices could put your systems at risk.  

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