We collect personal information from our customers in the regular course of doing business. This page answers some of your most frequently asked questions, and lets you know exactly how we’re protecting the information you entrust to us.
What personal information do you collect about me?
We may collect the following information about you: Name, Address, Postal Code, Phone Number, Email Address, Date of Birth/Age, Gender, Payment card number, Payment card expiry date, Purchase history, Customer satisfaction info, Opinions about products and services When you visit our web site, we also collect: information about your computer, including your IP address, the type of operating system and browser you use, and your computer’s location, what pages you visit on our site, what links you click on, and what other sites you’ve visited recently.
How do you use this information?
The main reasons we collect personal information from you are: Orders, Returns, Complaints, Customer Service, Marketing, Contests and Surveys If it’s a necessary part of any of these transactions, we may disclose your information to another company. For example, when you order products, we pass on your personal information to a service provider to fulfil your order. We also pass on your name and address to a courier company to complete a delivery.
Sharing of Personal Information with Third Parties
Sometimes, we also share your personal information with other companies, including: Third party contractors (such as a courier company or customer relationship management consultant). For more information on how we use your personal information please contact: QVISTO Inc. Ralf Pickart P.O. Box 20004 Halifax, NS B3P 1L1 Phone & Fax +1 877 679-3222 Email: privacy (at) qvisto (dot) com For more information on legislation please contact: Nova Scotia Freedom of Information and Privacy Review Office P.O. Box 181 Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2M4 Phone: (902) 424-4684 Email: foipopro (at) gov (dot) ns (dot) ca Web Site: http://www.gov.ns.ca/foiro/
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
Under CCPA, Californian residents have the right to declare their preferences on the sale of data for advertising and marketing purposes. If you wish to change your preferences, click this link to launch our preference portal: