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We at Growmake recognize your right to privacy and are committed to protecting your privacy. We use the information that we collect on our site to provide you with a superior shopping experience. When you order, we will ask for information that will ensure that your order is processed in an accurate, secure, and timely manner. Information we ask for includes your name, e-mail address, contact phone number, mailing and billing address, and credit card number and expiration date. In fulfilling your order, we only share your personal information with outside parties to the extent necessary to fulfill your order. We will use your email to periodically send you our e-mail newsletter that contains special offers and updates about our products and services. You may opt-out of receiving these emails and you may modify your contact information at any time. You will receive administrative emails regarding your order that cannot be opt-ed out of. The first email you receive will serve as receipt of your order. The information included in this email consists of sales price, order number, and shipping information. You will receive a second email when your order ships. This will contain all tracking information so that you will be able to locate the status of your order at any time.
We protect your account information against unauthorized access or release. We will not give, sell, rent, or loan any identifiable personal information to a third party unless you have authorized us or we are legally required to do so.
Your Shopping Experience is Secure
There are two ways to make sure you are browsing secure pages. Popular Internet browsers indicate secure modes with a symbol - the image of a closed padlock. You will know the information is protected if the closed-lock symbol pops into view in the lower right or left-hand corner of your screen while you are checking it out. You can also verify secure pages by checking the address, or URL, listed on the scroll bar. If you spot an "s"after the "http" at the beginning of the address, you know that you're browsing in a secure environment.
Federal Law Limits Your Liability
Federal law limits an individual's liability if their credit card information should ever fall into the wrong hands. Under the Fair Credit Billing Act of 1975, you may dispute the charges on your account with your credit card company and temporarily withhold payment while they investigate the situation. Even if your creditor disagrees that unauthorized purchases were made, you're generally only liable for the first $50 in fraudulent charges.
Your IP address is used to help identify you and your shopping cart. We use IP addresses, referring/exit pages, date/time stamp, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user's movement, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. IP addresses are not linked to any personal, identifiable information. <
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