Effective June 1, 2019
Information We Collect and How We Use It
When you create a user account or order products from our website, you will be asked to give personally-identifiable information such as your name, email address, shipping address, and order history. This information is necessary for us to fulfill your orders, process returns, and send you the latest news about our company.
During your visit to our site, we will also collect non-personally-identifiable information such as cookies, web beacons, IP addresses, browser and device types, and web pages that you have viewed. This information allows us to enhance the performance of our website and tailor our marketing efforts to your individual interests.
We will never share any of the information listed above without your consent, except in limited circumstances such as: to third parties that service our website, when required by law, during the sale of our business, or in the event of bankruptcy.
Information Collected by Others
In order to adequately protect your information, we utilize the services of third-party companies to verify your age and process your payments. This information is never received or stored by us unless an employee with a need-to-know requests it in connection with an audit, government request, or other limited circumstance.
Third-party analytics tools, social media plug-ins, and web browsers, such as Google Analytics and Shopify, may also collect information from you during your visit. The practices of these third parties are governed by their own privacy policies, which we encourage you to review.
Your Consent Your Choice
We consider your use of our website as consent to our privacy practices and have provided this document to help inform your decision to continue visiting us. If you have any questions or concerns about our practices, you may contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome any feedback you may have.
If you receive our newsletter or marketing emails and wish to opt-out from them, you may click the “unsubscribe” button located at the bottom of each email.
Many browsers offer a privacy feature known as “Do Not Track” that automatically informs each website you visit that you do not wish for your information to be remembered. Upon receiving this DNT signal, websites may then alter their information collection practices to comply. At this time we are not able to respond to DNT signals. Browser plug-ins such as Privacy Badger, however, (available at: https://www.eff.org/privacybadger) may allow you to block certain tracking but may also affect the functionality of our site. To learn more about Do Not Track, visit https://www.eff.org/issues/do-not-track.
Changes to this Policy
We consider your use of our website as consent to our privacy practices and have provided this document to help inform your decision to continue visiting us. If you have any questions or concerns about our practices, you may contact us by email@example.com