Collection of Information:
We automatically collect and store certain kinds of information when you visit our Site. As an example, just like other Web websites, we employ “cookies” and Web beacons (described below) and gather certain types of information when your Web browser is connected to our Site. The information comprises your Internet protocol (IP) address of your computer, the browser’s software and operating system as well as your website server, your date of access and the time at which you visit our Site and sessions information (such as errors in downloading or page load speeds), information about your browsing, purchase and search data, as well as information about the URL you are referring to and the URL click stream that leads to our Site.
Registration and Ordering:
The website has an online registration form which must be completed. If the purchaser doesn’t register on the website, it usually prompts the purchaser to fill out a registration form at the time of checking out. Details such as your country’s name, which is customised to the laws that are applicable to you. The personal information concerning the client will be utilised at the time of the shipment, and is used to notify times of issue.
Some areas on the Site allow users to input their email address to fulfil certain purposes, including but not limited to: registering in a sweepstakes or challenge or to ask us to inform you about new products, brands, designs, or product actions; to receive emails and special deals; or to subscribe to your subscription to the GenericVillage.net Newsletter. Your participation in a challenge or sweepstakes is completely voluntary therefore you must make the choice of whether you want to participate and disclose information to us. We make use of this information to provide advice to sweepstakes and challenge winners and award prizes. We might publish on the Site their names as well as the the urban communities of sweepstakes and challenge winners. If you take part in a challenge or sweepstakes you may be eligible to receive our newsletter and other special deals. These will be announced in the official guidelines that govern the sweepstakes or challenge.
If you leave comments on our website you can choose to save your email address, name as well as the website’s URL in cookies. They are there to facilitate your use to ensure that you don’t need to enter your information again each time you post a comment. Cookies will last one year.
If you go to the login section of our website, we create a temporary cookie in order to check whether your browser supports cookies. The cookie does not contain any personal information and is deleted after closing your browser.
If you sign in you will install a number of cookies to store your login information and selections for screen displays. Login cookies last two days and the screen options cookies last for a full year. If you choose “Remember Me”, your login will remain until two weeks. When you log off to your user account, this will erase any login-related cookies.
When you publish or edit an article a second cookies will also be stored to your browser. The cookie does not contain personal information, and it will display the post ID for the article you have just changed. It expires after a day.
The website has the administrative, physical and electronic methods to ensure the security of all personal information which includes Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for each financial transaction made through the site. The SSL encryption protects your personal information inside the facilities and access to information about your private information is restricted. Only employees who require specific information access to your personal information to perform a specific task are granted permission to view your information. Our site is protected by top security features like Word fence, McAfee Secure, and SSL to safeguard your personal information however we cannot guarantee absolute security. The complete protection cannot be guaranteed everywhere, offline or online.
In certain instances it is possible that the website will recognise the URL where the website is open. This is accomplished by using the IP address, which confirms the time stamp that the visitor has entered.
The website doesn’t allow children to browse the site. It usually will ask for the age prior to saving any private information of the customer. Anyone of less than 13 is not able to purchase from the site.
There is an option for buyers to submit an online review of the product. Each review will be tracked by the email address that will be viewed and read by other users of the site. Sometimes, a valuable tip could be shared by a potential buyer without needing to divulge the personal information. It could also be utilised by other users as a helpful advice.