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PET STUFF MAG © PRIVACY STATEMENT (COOKIES & PRIVACY POLICY)

Privacy statement of PET STUFF MAG

This page explains in detail how we handle your privacy.
Privacy policy – Version 1.01 – January 28, 2021

1 – PERSONAL DATA PROCESSED

Pet Stuff Mag can process personal data about you because you use the services of Pet Stuff Mag and/or because you provide this to Pet Stuff Mag when you fill in a contact form on the website.

Pet Stuff Mag can (if applicable) process the following personal data:

  • Your first and last name
  • Your address details (regarding delivery)
  • Your (mobile) telephone number
  • Your email address
  • Your company name/data
  • Your IP address

2 – WHY AGE OF FLOWERS NEEDS YOUR DATA? (TARGET)

Pet Stuff Mag processes your personal data in order to be able to contact you by telephone when you request it and/or to be able to contact you in writing (by e-mail and/or by post) if you are unable to reach us by telephone. But also, if desired, to be able to deliver your order.

2.1 – DATA / PRIVACY WHEN PLACING A REACTION

When you place an order/request via the contact or order form on this site, you will be asked for your name, address, and a valid e-mail address.

This email address is absolutely not published, you also will not automatically be signed up for a newsletter. When posting a comment, WordPress (with which this site was developed) saves your IP address. Neither the e-mail address nor the IP address is used for other purposes.

2.2 – PERSONAL / CUSTOMER INFORMATION

We collect your personal data on our website in order to be able to contact you when delivering a product or service. In the first instance, this is via e-mail or telephone. We also ask for your address details. This data is in principle not required and only necessary if you want to have your order delivered on location.

Your customer data is only visible after entry for the people involved in the support process and the technical men/women for the management & maintenance of the website.

Name and address data are kept in the accounting program for at least 7 years because this data is on the invoices and the Tax Authorities require that they be kept for at least as long.

3 – HOW LONG CENTURY STORAGE OF FLORAL DATA (STORAGE PERIOD)

Pet Stuff Mag does not store your personal data for longer than is strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which your data are collected. Your data will not, in principle, be stored for more than a year if no agreement is reached with you.

4 – CONFIDENTIALITY & PROVISION TO THIRD PARTIES

Pet Stuff Mag is of course extremely careful with your personal data. Pet Stuff Mag does not provide your personal data to third parties unless you have given your prior consent, this is necessary for the implementation of an agreement with you, or to comply with a legal obligation.

5 – MAKE A WEBSITE VISIT (ANALYSIS)

General visitor data is kept on the Pet Stuff Mag website, including the IP address of your internet connection and the time of retrieval and data that your browser sends. This data is used for the analysis of visit & click behavior on the website. Pet Stuff Mag uses this information to improve the functioning of the website. This data is made anonymous as much as possible and is not provided to third parties.

6 – GOOGLE ANALYTICS

Pet Stuff Mag uses Google Analytics to keep track of how users use the website and how effective any Adwords ads (if applicable) of Pet Stuff Mag are on Google search result pages.

The information thus obtained, including the address of your computer (IP address), is transferred to and stored by Google on secure servers in the United States. Read the Google privacy policy for more information. You will also find the privacy policy of Google Analytics here.

Google uses this information to keep track of how our website is used, to be able to provide Pet Stuff Mag with reports about the website, and to be able to offer its advertisers information about the effectiveness of their campaigns.

Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally required to do so, or to the extent that such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Pet Stuff Mag has no influence on this.

Pet Stuff Mag has not given Google permission to use Analytics information obtained via Pet Stuff Mag for other Google services.

7 – SEE, MODIFY, OR DELETE DATA

  • You have the right to view, correct, or remove your personal data;
  • You can send a request for inspection, correction, or removal to contact@petstfuffmag.com;

Pet Stuff Mag will respond to your request as quickly as possible, but always within four weeks.

8 – SECURITY (YOUR SECURITY)

Pet Stuff Mag takes the protection of your data and your privacy as a customer seriously and takes appropriate measures to prevent abuse, loss, unauthorized access, unwanted disclosure, and unauthorized changes. For that reason, all information is sent over a secure SSL connection. SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer.

The bottom line is that your personal information that is entered in a contact request is “encrypted” so that it can not be read by others. So you don’t have to worry that your contact details will suddenly end up on the street. You can recognize the SSL connection by HTTPS:// at the beginning of the domain name and the (green) lock in the address bar of your browser.

The Pet Stuff Mag website uses a reliable SSL certificate to ensure that your personal data does not fall into the wrong hands.

If you have the impression that your data is not properly secured or there are indications of abuse, or if you want more information about the protection of personal data collected by Pet Stuff Mag, please contact Pet Stuff Mag via contact@petstfuffmag.com.

Petstuffmag.com is the domain name of the Pet Stuff Mag website and our website is secured with a reliable SSL certificate. The security of your data is paramount in everything we do.

There are different types of cookies for the following purposes, of which Pet Stuff Mag only partially uses functional and analytical cookies.

Functional cookies:  To make our website work properly.
Analytical cookies:  For collecting and analyzing statistics to improve the experience on our website and the effectiveness of our findability.

We do NOT  use the following cookies  :

Tracking cookies:  To build your personal profiles so that we can show you targeted content and advertisements that match your interests.
Social cookies:  To enable you to share your reaction through ‘likes’ or comments.

9 – COOKIES

A cookie is not a cookie you can eat in the digital world. A cookie is a small text file that is stored by the browser when you visit a website page. This allows visitors to be distinguished from each other, but a cookie can also be useful, for example, because it recognizes that you are logged in. Cookies are also used on the Pet Stuff Mag website. You don’t have to be shocked by this, because just like there are different cookies, there are also different cookies, about which you can read more below.

9.1 – WHICH COOKIES DOES PET STUFF MAG USE?

Pet Stuff Mag uses cookies to ensure that the site functions properly, both for you as a visitor and for me as a ‘maker’. We use Google Analytics for statistics. By means of a cookie, Google can, among other things, recognize whether you have been to the site before, which can give me interesting information. This is done anonymously; the cookie does not contain any personal data. Just as a cookie jar cannot tell who ate the last cookie, I am unable to see by the cookies what your name is, what your address is or what your favorite cookies are.

In addition to cookies for statistics, there are also cookies for popups and social media accounts, example. A cookie remembers whether you are logged in. A cookie also remembers whether you have already seen the ‘cookie warning banner’ on the site and clicked on ‘Agree’ so that after an ‘agreement’ you do not see it every time. Functional!

On the website, videos can be embedded and/or social-media buttons integrated on various web pages. It is possible that the relevant party (for example YouTube or Wistia) also places a cookie.

9.2 – NO ADVERTISING COOKIES FOR CUSTOMIZED ADVERTISEMENTS WITH PET STUFF MAG!

Cookies are often in a negative light because of the advertising applications that are possible. These types of cookies are also called tracking cookies. I regularly recognize them on large websites; I just looked at new “All-Star” shoes in a well-known online shoe store (but decided that I will wait a little longer), then I come across advertisements for the same shoes on other websites, such as nu.nl.

This means that information is passed on to other websites by means of a cookie for advertising purposes. No cookies are placed on the Pet Stuff Mag website where information is collected to enable advertisements tailored to other parties!

Our website, with the domain name centuryesbloemen.nl, uses “cookies” to help us analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookies about your use of the website is stored on our secure server. This personal data is not provided to third parties and/or used for purposes other than performing our services.

9.3 – DON’T YOU LIKE COOKIES ON YOUR COMPUTER? (DISABLE COOKIES)

Most browsers are set by default to accept cookies, but you can reset your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, it is possible that some functions and services on our and other websites will no longer function correctly if cookies are disabled in your browser.

If you prefer not to have cookies, you can do a few things. You can easily delete the cookies from your browsers and more and more browsers also have the option of ‘surfing anonymously’.

Look for this in the menu of your browser or search for how to do this using the help function.

Pet Stuff Mag can be reached via: contact@petstfuffmag.com

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