The privacy of your personal information is very important to us. In order for us to gain and maintain your continued support, we operate under a code of conduct set out below.
- We need to collect some personal information to be able to effectively coordinate sharing of gift information with your friends and family.
- We collect your personal information when you register on the site or when you supply any information to us by responding to a gift request. We also collect information when you correspond with us or use the Site to make enquiries.
- Our server may also automatically collect additional information about your use of our service to monitor usage of a website and improve website content and navigation.
- We also collect navigational data by placing cookies in your browser file on your hard drive. Cookies do not capture or track any personal information and cannot identify you as an individual. If you wish, you may elect to not accept cookies on your browser.
- We use your information to monitor usage and to improve the services we provide. In order to improve our service we may use your personal information, such as your email address, to request comments about your use of our Site.
- Personal information that you provide in relation to a particular gift will go to the relevant gift creator.
- We may also disclose your personal information to third parties where it is required by law, such as for law enforcement purposes or where there is a threat to a person's safety.
- All transmission of personal information is protected between your browser and our Internet server. Personal information received from you is stored on our servers. Our servers cannot be accessed by any person who is not authorised by us.
- You can modify the personal information you provided by updating your profile. If your information is incorrect or out of date we ask that you correct that information. We will also take reasonable steps to destroy or permanently de-identify personal information if it is no longer required. Information is never completely destroyed due to technical and accounting constraints, plus legal responsibilities that require us to retain some information.