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Privacy Policy

This Policy covers the customers ’ information we get from Websites in the U.S. (“Websites” includes our mobile apps).
The new version of our Privacy Policy goes into effect on June 30, 2020. Please read the Privacy Policy below in full.

  1. Our Pledge of Accountability expects our employees and business partners to handle your personal information correctly and keep your trust. We have put people in charge of making sure that this Privacy Policy is followed.
  2. Things We Collect
    We collect personal information about you so that we can give you the products and services you want and make your shopping experience better. We try to collect only as much personal information as is needed for the reason it was collected.
  3. The Info You Give Us
    When you interact with, both in our stores and on our websites, we get personal information from you in a number of ways. Some examples include:

– Sign up for an account on one of our sites.
– You can buy something from us online or in our store.
– Use a gift registry or make a shopping list on your phone.
– Ask for customer service or get in touch with us.
– Send in a story about, a testimonial, a rating or review, or any other user-made content that could be posted on the site.
– Join a contest, giveaway, promotion, or survey.
– Send us your personal information and any other relevant parts of the communication.

Personal information is anything that can be used to find out who you are or that can be linked to you. We may collect contact and payment information about you, such as your name, phone number, email address, and physical address. When you ask us to ship an order, we may collect information from you, like the name, address, and phone number of the recipients. For some transactions, we may have to get information from you so that we can follow the law.

  1. Automatically Getting Information
    When you use our websites, emails, or online ads, we get and store certain kinds of information about you. Our goal is to make sure the websites work right, figure out how people use them, and help with website analytics and marketing campaigns. Some examples are: – We may collect technical information like your IP address, the operating system and browser type of your device, the address of any website that sent you to our site, and the path you take through our sites. When you use our sites or come back, “cookies” let us know who you are. This is done so that we can give you a more consistent and tailored shopping experience. A cookie is a small text file that a website or email can send to your browser and store on your computer’s hard drive.
  2. How We Use Your Information uses the information you give us to offer and provide our products and services and to support our core business functions. These include the fulfillment of orders or services, internal business processes, marketing, authentication, preventing loss and fraud, public safety, and legal functions. Here are some examples:

– To give you the products and services you’ve asked for and to talk to you about those requests.
– To sign up for an account and take care of it.
– To run surveys, contests, sweepstakes, and other promotions.
– To help you as a customer and let you know about information about products, such as recalls.
– So that we can improve and personalize our services, websites, and ads.
– To tell you about our products, services, and special offers.
– To make sure that our websites and our business are safe and honest.

  1. How We Tell People Outside of About You knows how important it is to keep our customers’ information private. We think that privacy is about more than just following the rules. It’s about trust.
    We try to handle your personal information in a way that shows respect for you as a person. does not sell or rent your personal information to outside parties.
  2. You’ve Got Choices
    You don’t have to tell us anything if you don’t want to. You can also tell your browser to not accept cookies or to let you know when one is put on your computer. You can also delete cookies when you’re done with our site. You can also turn off or delete similar data used by browser add-ons by changing the settings of the add-on or going to the Web site of the company that makes it. You are not required to accept cookies or give us information when you visit our sites. However, if you set your browser to reject cookies (or choose not to give us certain information), you won’t be able to use all of the features and functions of this Site.
  3. Privacy of children
    Our site isn’t meant for kids under 13, and we don’t collect personal information from them.
  4. Links to other websites
    There may be links to other sites on our site. We are not in charge of how other sites handle your personal information. If you click on a link to another site, you should read that site’s privacy policy. The fact that we put up a link doesn’t mean we like the company behind the external site, its website(s), or the products or services it promotes or sells. When you leave our Site to go to one of these linked sites, the only information sent to the third party is that you came from our Site. is not responsible or liable for how these third-party websites handle privacy. You should read the websites’ privacy policies to find out how your information may be collected, stored, and used.
  5. The Emails We Send
    If you place an order, make an account, or give us your e-mail address in another way, we may use it to confirm your order, confirm the creation of an account, or send you important information about your account or changes to our policies and procedures.
    The “email to a friend” feature on our site makes it easy for you to tell your friends and family about the product or other useful information. Any email addresses you give us when using these features are only used for the email communication you ask us to send. We do not retain these e-mail addresses in our database.