- We collect information from our clients and subscribers during the free membership registration process, paid subscription process and, occasionally, at other times. This information, which ranges from limited personal data such as name, address, email, telephone, credit card information, is only used to set up, process and facilitate our clients account.
- Registration information may be used in several ways:
- To enable us to process, validate and verify subscriptions
- To set up and facilitate accounts
- To provide advertisers with aggregate information about our subscriber base and usage patterns.
- To alert our clients and subscribers of any changes, enhancements or features relative to our site and their interests.
- We do not release client subscriber names to any outside organization, which means we do not sell our subscriber list. We may, however, send subscribers e-mail notifications of new site features and topic-based news alerts. Only those subscribers who sign up for these announcements will receive them. Subscribers may edit registration and account information at any time. We reserve the right to contact any subscriber at any time regarding subscription renewals or other subscription-related problems or questions as well as changes to our Subscriber Agreement.
- Please note that you are responsible for updating and ensuring your personal contact information provided to Stampingworld.com is current and correct. In the event that the most recent e-mail address that you have provided to Stampingworld.com is not valid, or for any other reason is not capable of delivering to you the notice described herein, Stampingworld.com's dispatch of the e-mail containing such notice will nonetheless constitute effective notice of the changes, modifications, additions or deletions contained in the notice.
- We also employ cookie technology to help subscribers move faster through our site. When a subscriber signs on to Stampingworld.com, we pass several cookies to that user's computer. A cookie is a string of information that's sent by a Web site and stored on your hard drive or temporarily in your computer's memory. This avoids the potentially time-consuming task of checking our registration database each time a page is requested. The cookie is deleted when a user chooses the log out feature to terminate their session. We also employ cookie technology to store subscribers' User Names and Passwords.