We take privacy at Zoom Puzzles extremely seriously. We pride ourselves daily on giving our customers a trouble free shopping experience while visiting us.
We collect only the information needed to process your orders and provide a personalized shopping experience. This includes your name, billing and shipping addresses, telephone number, credit card information and email to invoice. All of the above information is collected for the sole purpose of securely completing an online purchase, and to accurately deliver your ordered products.
Besides invoicing, we also collect e-mail addresses to communicate store specials and announcements, promotions etc. We only send emails to those individuals who asked us to do so. All information provided is protected by industry standard SSL technology and stored on secure servers. Zoom Puzzles, under no circumstance, will sell or reveal to any third party your email address, except to the extent necessary to comply with applicable laws, police investigations, or legal proceedings where such information is relevant.
We take your online security very seriously and guarantee that ZoomPuzzles.com has security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of the information under our control. When you register to create an account, place orders, or access the checkout pages, we automatically use a secure server. ZoomPuzzles.com safeguards all shopping transactions with the Internet standard for secure shopping, Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to protect all of the information you send to this site over the Internet.
SSL uses encryption to ensure that all information shared between a customer and this site is protected from outside observation or interference. The secure server software encodes all information you input before it is sent to us. In addition, all information we collect and store is protected internally against unauthorized access. ZoomPuzzles.com employees are trained in proper handling, treatment and protection of personal information.
You may verify that you are on a secure page in one of two ways:
- The website address (URL) located in your browsers address display bar will always read "https" instead of "http" when connected to a secure server (the "s" stands for secure).
- Most browsers will display an icon (usually a small padlock or unbroken key) while connected to a secure page.