Privacy Statement for Cyber Woodworking Depot
Cyber Woodworking Depot has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy. The following discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for this website:
Information You Explicitly Provide
via Order Form:
To process your order, we require your name, billing address, phone
number, email address, shipping address and credit card information. We use this
information solely to process your order and, if any questions should arise, to contact
you about your order. In general, we will try to contact you first by email and only if
that fails, or if time is critical, will we try to contact you by phone. We share this
information, and only that information which is absolutely necessary, with those third
parties that are involved in the processing of your order. For example, the financial
institution that issued your credit card and the shipping carrier that delivers your
Choice Opt-In/Out Email List
This site gives users the following option for adding or removing
their email information from our email database. If removed they will no longer receive
email notifications of items on special promotion or product announcements. This
information is not shard with any other entities.
Information We Automatically Collect
Upon visiting our site, we assign you a unique
Shopper ID and attempt to store that onto your computer
in the form of a
cookie. This is used
to keep track of your shopping basket during your visit and between visits. If you are
uncomfortable with the idea of being assigned a Shopper ID, we recommend disabling
cookie support in your browser (please see your browser
documentation for specific procedures). You may still place an order by phone, fax or postal mail.
cookie support will disable
the shopping basket feature of our site.
in the aggregate for monitoring the level of activity on our site, but we do not link this
Shopper ID, with the
following exception: When you place an order using our online checkout process, we record
IP address with your order to help us
identify fraudulent credit card use. We may share this with the financial institution that
issued the credit card with which an order was placed, or with law enforcement
authorities, if we determine use of the credit card was fraudulent.
Aside from the previously mentioned third parties involved in the
processing of your order, we do not share your personally identifiable information with
any other entities.
We utilize industry standard
SSL encryption when accepting your credit card
information during our online checkout process. In addition, we utilize the same
encryption standard when transferring your credit card data to our fulfillment system.
We may include links to other sites and if you decide to follow
those links, we can't be responsible for the privacy policies and content of those sites.
Generally, we will let you know when a link goes to another site.
This siteat times will makes chat rooms, forums, message boards, and/or news
groups available to its users. Please remember that any information that is disclosed in
these areas becomes public information and you should exercise caution when deciding to
disclose your personal information.
To make any changes to your order, please contact us via
email or phone where we will be happy
to assist you.
Cookies (we're not sure how they got this gastronomic name) are
pieces of information that a web site stores in your computer. Temporary cookies only last
as long as your browser is running. Persistent cookies are stored on your hard disk (they
them personalized service.
When you are connected to the Internet, your computer has a unique
Internet ID called an IP address. Most people that connect through a dial-up service, such
as America Online, get a different IP address each time they login. Others might have a
permanently assigned IP address, called a static IP address. It is difficult or impossible
for a web site to collect personal information about you (i.e., your name, email address,
etc.) from your IP address alone, though a static IP address makes this easier.
A unique ID assigned to each shopper that visits an online store
with a shopping basket system. Each store you visit will assign you a different ID. Many
stores use a
cookie to save your
Shopper ID for re-use when you return to that same store. Some shoppers find this
convenient and others find it objectionable.
A method by which information transmitted across the Internet is
scrambled to the point where it's virtually indecipherable by anyone who should intercept
the data before it reaches its destination. Most all reputable online stores make use of
SSL encryption to request credit card information and other sensitive data from their
customers. Web pages where SSL encryption is activated are typically identified by a lock
or key symbol displayed somewhere in your browser. Refer to your browser's documentation
for the specific symbol and location.