It’s simple. We respect and safeguard the information you share with us. It is used to fulfill your requests for our products and services, to improve our service, and to contact you about orders you have placed. We will never sell, rent or lend your information to any other organization.
Registration is not required to browse our site. However, registration is required to use certain interactive features such as saving your work from a design editing session, saving your shopping cart contents, reviewing our products, and placing orders. By creating an account, purchasing a product, or saving a design editing session on our site, you may be opted into receiving email messages. We may occasionally send messages containing offers we believe will be of interest to you. If at any time you no longer wish to receive such promotional emails from us, you can easily unsubscribe using the link found at the bottom of any promotional emails that we send.
The security of your personal information is highly important to us and we protect your data and your privacy rigorously.
We maintain annual merchant PCI Compliance certification, which you can learn more about here. We use sophisticated encryption (SSL) and authentication tools to protect the security of your data during transmission. When our order or registration forms ask you to enter sensitive data (such as credit card numbers), that data is transmitted via SSL encryption, as indicated by a secure “lock” icon in most web browsers. Your credit card data is securely transmitted directly to authorize.net (the gold standard of payment gateways) without ever being stored on our servers. And if you’re at all curious about the mysterious manner in which credit card payments are securely processed, have a look at this great little 7 Step Diagram “How Credit Card Processing Works” and you’ll know more than most!
A Few Words About Cookies:
A cookie is just a unique identifier given to a web browser (you) by a web server (us). Its main purpose is to save your login info so we can recognize you when you come back, save your design and editing sessions, store the contents of your shopping cart for you until you’re ready to check out, and speed up your checkout. You can learn more about cookies in this nifty little webopedia.com article if you’re interested. So enable cookies in your browser to have a happier time on our site. Even Amazon uses them. Yum.