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Automatically collected information
Whenever you interact with us, we will receive and deposit the given information. For example, like many other sites, we use “cookies”. When your internet browser visits, we will collect some information. (Please refer to the sample of information collecting process stated at the end of this policy) Many companies provide you with the technology that can help you to visit the website anonymously. Although under this condition we can’t offer you the individualized experience on our website as your ID is unidentified, we still like to remind you of the existence of these technologies.
To help us making the E-mail more useful and interesting, when you open the email from, we will often receive a mail confirming you having read the delivered email. (If your computer supports this function) We will also make the comparison between our customer list and other companies’ in order to avoid the junk messages.
The information from other resources: We may collect your information for other resources and add it into our customer database (please refer to the sample of information collecting process stated at the end of this policy)
Cookies can be defined as a kind of discriminating symbols consisting of letters and numbers read-in your computer hard disc by us through your internet browser so that our system will identify your browser during your visit and display the characteristics and quantity of items in your shopping cart.
The helpful function of tool bar on your browser will tell you how to prevent the browser from installing new cookies and inform you when the browser installing a new cookie or shut down the cookies totally. Besides, you can close or cancel the alike data of browser add-ons like Flash cookies by changing its setting or visiting other manufactures’ websites.
However, cookies can help you to make most use of the best special services from, so we recommend you to set up an open status for this program.
The Information from Other Resources
The examples of the information we get from other resources containing the dispatching and address information we get from our forwarder or other third party, which can correct our record and make it easy to deliver your next order and contact you.
Account information, purchasing or returning information, searching keywords and results given by our affiliated enterprises’ service, page browsing information gotten from our cooperative enterprises, searching result and links, including not-for-free searching list.
The information you can get
The information you can get easily from containing the latest order information, identifiable personal information (including name, email address, password, directory inquiries etc.), and payment settings (including credit card details) and so on.
We would like you to feel as comfortable ordering from our online store as you would do if you purchased something from us. That’s why for your utmost security, all credit card transactions use industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to allow for the encryption of potentially sensitive information to and from our site. The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), created by Netscape, is the standard for secure data transmission over the Internet. Web browsers such as Netscape’s Navigator and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer support SSL. When you are asked to fill in your credit card details on our website, your browser will switch to secure mode. To check if your browser is secure, look at the URL field at the top of your browser. You will see it begin with https: instead of the normal http: This means that you are in secure mode. You can also verify secure mode by the security icon at the bottom-right hand corner of your browser – usually a lock and key padlock or a solid gold key depending on your browser and version.