The site is owned by Steve Payne of htdWebMarketing.com.
Rest assured your personal details are not distributed to other organisations. Information you give us about yourself is only used either to process your order and personalize your shopping experience, or to add details to the directory.
What information is collected and how is it used? When you place an order, Paypal requires your name, e-mail address, (optionally) delivery address, and if not paying by cheque, your credit/debit card number and the card’s expiry date. This is the bare minimum information needed to process your order and inform you of the progress of that order. Optionally if you provide your telephone number we can contact you quickly if there is a problem with your order. We personalize your use of our web site by gathering information about what you are interested in, so that we can make suitable recommendations that might be of interest to you. Like all other top class sites we keep a record of which pages / items are most popular so that we can improve the design of the site.
Will you pass my details on to a third party? No, don’t worry! Having experienced too much junk mail ourselves we have no intention of exacerbating the situation. Your details are only used by employees of this company (or other companies and individuals to perform functions on our behalf) in order to fulfill your order and provide admin for our site. (For example analyzing the most popular pages etc)
How do we protect customer information? Paypal encrypts all information during the placement of an order and htdWebMarketing.com do not keep your card details on the web site at any time. In our opinion this is a lot safer than giving your card number out over the phone.
Should I block “cookies” to be safe? No need really. You are safe with us by leaving them on. A Cookie is a small file on your computer’s hard disk that keeps helpful information to speed up the use of this site. Our cookies do not contain any personally identifying information.
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