SECTION 1 – WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR INFORMATION?
When you purchase from Daphne Huguette, as part of the buying and selling process, your personal information such as your name, address and email address will be collected.
When you browse the Daphne Huguette website, your computer’s internet protocol (IP) address will automatically be saved to provideDaphne Huguette with information about your browser and operating system.
Email marketing (if applicable): With your permission,Daphne Huguette may send you emails about new products and other updates.
SECTION 2 – CONSENT
When you provide Daphne Huguette with personal information to complete a transaction, verify your credit card, place an order, arrange for a delivery or return a purchase, it implies that you consent to Daphne Huguette collecting it and using it for that specific reason only.
In order to withdraw your consent for Daphne Huguette to contact you, for the continued collection, use or disclosure of your information, contact Daphne Huguette at firstname.lastname@example.org
SECTION 3 – DISCLOSURE
Please be assured that all the information that you share with Daphne Huguette is private and confidential. All information collected will be used solely by Daphne Huguette to conduct business.
SECTION 4 – WORDPRESS + STRIPE + PAYPAL
Daphne Huguette is hosted on WordPress. They provide the online e-commerce platform that allows Daphne Huguette to sell products to you. Your data is stored through WordPress’ data storage, databases and the general WordPress application. They store your data on a secure server behind a firewall.
Payment: If you choose a direct payment gateway to complete your purchase, then Stripe stores your credit card data. It is encrypted through the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS). Your purchase transaction data is stored only as long as is necessary to complete your purchase transaction. After that is complete, your purchase transaction information is deleted. All direct payment gateways adhere to the standards set by PCI-DSS as managed by the PCI Security Standards Council, which is a joint effort of brands like Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. PCI-DSS requirements help ensure the secure handling of credit card information by our store and its service providers. For more insight, you may also want to read WordPress’, Stripe’s, Paypal’s Terms of Service or Privacy Statement:
SECTION 5 – SECURITY
WordPress stores all user information in secure databases protected via a variety of industry-standard access controls. Secure passwords, SSL encryption, firewalls, and other measures are in place that helps us to protect your data. However, no company, including WordPress, can fully eliminate security risks associated with the transmission of personal information through online transactions, and you do so at your own risk.
Stripe is responsible for protecting the security of Card Data in its possession and will maintain commercially reasonable administrative, technical and physical procedures to protect all the personal information regarding you and your customers that is stored in Stripe’s servers from unauthorised access and accidental loss of modification. However, Stripe cannot guarantee that unauthorised third parties will never be able to defeat those measures or use such personal information for improper purposes.
SECTION 6 – COOKIES
Like most websites, WordPress use small bits of data called cookies stored on users’ computers to simulate a continuous connection. Cookies WordPress ‘remember’ information about your preferences and passwords and allow you to move within WordPress’ Service without reintroducing yourself. Members who disable cookies will not be able to use the Service, as they are required to maintain your login to the WordPress service within a browser session. Disabling cookies does not prevent you from accessing websites published under WordPress’ system, though some features of those sites may be degraded.
The cookies can be tied back to personally identifiable information only in the event that you are logged into the WordPress Service. If you are logged into the Service, the cookies on your computer will uniquely identify your account within WordPress’ system.