ARTICLE 1 - PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED
When you make a purchase on our site, as part of our buying and selling process, we take personal information that you provide, such as your first and last name, address and email address.
When you browse our site, we also receive the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your computer, which allows us to obtain more details about the subject matter and the operating system you are using.
Email marketing: the current case: With your permission, we send you emails about our site, new products and other updates.
ARTICLE 2 - CONSENT
When you provide your personal information for a transaction, such as using your credit card, placing an order or making a purchase, we assume that you consent to our collection of your information and to our use of it for this purpose only.
If we ask you to provide us with your personal information for any other reason, for example for marketing purposes, we will ask you directly for your explicit consent and give you the opportunity to decline.
How can I withdraw my consent?
If, after you have given us your consent, you change your mind and you can contact us via the contact page of the site
We may disclose your personal information if we are required by law to do so in breach of our terms and conditions of sale and use.
ARTICLE 3 - SERVICES PROVIDED BY THIRD PARTIES
In general, suppliers allow us to use, search and use your information in the process of providing the services they offer to us.
Some third party service providers, such as payment companies and other payment transaction processors, have their own privacy policies for obtaining vendor information for their purchase transactions.
With respect to these suppliers, we recommend that you read their privacy policies carefully to understand how they do not handle your personal information.
Keep in mind that some providers may be located or have facilities in a different jurisdiction than you or us. So, you decide to pursue a transaction that requires the services of a third party, your information is then the laws of that provider's jurisdiction or the jurisdiction in which its facilities are located.
For example, if you are in Canada and your transaction goes through a US-based payment gateway, information about you that was used to complete transactions in the US, including the Patriot Act.