At several different points, we might require some information from the clients. Some of this information can be personal data, while others can be random stuff, but all of this helps us proceed with your orders and successfully complete them. None of the procedures can be completed if even one part of the data is not given to us, which is why everyone must agree to give their data to us, including all the information that we require of them. However, in this document, we will explain what we really do with that data in several different conditions and how we handle it accordingly.
Necessary and Unnecessary Information Collection:
This includes all the basic information that we might require from you before you place an order. This information can include your name, your address and your phone number. In the case of processing your orders, we might also need the information related to your credit card or any other payment method. All of this comes under necessary information, as without even a single of these, we can’t go on with the procedure and we can’t complete your order. A customer must not place an order if they are not ready to provide us with all of the above-mentioned information.
What comes under unnecessary information is data like your gender, your preferences and your likes and dislikes. All of this is the information which we require to be able to serve you in a better way and to help understand our customer’s choices better. However, none of this information is necessary for the procedure to continue, which means that this information is unnecessary. However, it is still better if you take out some time and provide us with this information as well.
We collect log files from our users to improve the performance of our site. These log files will include IP addresses, and the IP addresses can let us know about the other sites that the user visits, and the kind of pages that the particular user visits from our site. In short, the IP addresses provide us with a wide demographic data about the user and their preferences. However, the log files we collect also include other information, including the kind of browser you use. All of this information acquired in our log files, however, does not lead to any personally identifiable information. This information is purely required to know what our users like, what we should provide them with and all the unnecessary things which our customers don’t seem to like. We use all the information we get for analytic purposes and for nothing else.
Our website contains many links which lead to other websites over the web. Our website, however, is not aware of what their privacy policies are. We strongly recommend our users to take care of this, and know what the other websites say when it comes to privacy policies. Without reading these, you shouldn’t ever visit a website uncertainly. If you do, we are in no way responsible if the other site gathers personally identifiable information, as the website isn’t ours and we didn’t decide on the privacy policies of that particular website.
Editing Personal Information:
The information that you provide us stays as it is in our records. Nothing is changed, and it is used in the same way for the procedures, without anything being edited. However, sometimes the users might wish to update or change the information that they had previously provided us with. That is the only time our site will change your information according to what you tell us to change. Mostly, these changes are carried out from the ‘My Account’ page, where you can go and edit your personal information anytime. You can also email our Customer Service to modify any of your information safe, and nothing more or less than what you require.
This information will also remain with us and no one except for trusted workers will be allowed to access this information. Once you decide you don’t want our services anymore, you can let us know and we can delete your information right away.
It is not that we forcefully take the information from our users, or take it without them being aware of it. Whatever information we take from a user, whether it be the personally identifiable information or the random data, we always let our users know what we are planning to do, and how all the information we require from you is important for us to maintain our website, as well as the quality of the service that we provide you with.
If you wish to opt-out of sharing information you can do that without any hassle. For example, if you wish to purchase a product from our site, but you don’t want your email on our list for further marketing procedures, you can always choose the option to opt-out of sharing your information with anyone, for example, your email. The same thing can be done if you want to opt-out of receiving emails through our newsletter. All of this information is taken if you consent, and there is no other way we do it.
www.chennaistore.com.au may share information with governmental agencies or other companies assisting us in fraud prevention or investigation. We may do so when: (1) permitted or required by law; or, (2) trying to protect against or prevent actual or potential fraud or unauthorized transactions; or, (3) investigating fraud which has already taken place. The information is not provided to these companies for marketing purposes.
Commitment to Data Security
Your personally identifiable information is kept secure. Only authorized employees, agents and contractors (who have agreed to keep information secure and confidential) have access to this information. All emails and newsletters from www.chennaistore.com.au allows you to opt-out of further mailings.
Privacy Contact Information
By e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org By Phone: +61 480 267 981
We reserve the right to make changes to this policy. Any changes to this policy will be posted.