Please be aware that USPS has temporarily raised rates for the holiday season, which runs from October 2 through January 22.
We may acquire the succeeding information:
Your name along with your contact information which includes email address.
We need this information for the sake of processing your orders
We use your contact details for the sender as well as the receiver to request the related services, such as shipping information. We give this information to the shipping carriers that you'd like to deliver your order to and create the required shipping labels.
Keeping The Internal Record
We can also use the information to provide customer support (such as order reviews or refund assistance) and to develop our goods and services. We're never going to sell your personal information.
We make sure that your information is safe. We also put in place effective physical, digital, and management procedures to safeguard and protect the information we receive online to avoid unauthorized access or exposure.
What is a cookie
A cookie is a small document that requires permission to be stored on the hard drive of your device. Upon approval, the file is then inserted and the cookie tries to evaluate web traffic or informs you when you visited a specific site. Cookies allow web applications to act as individuals to respond to you. By collecting and remembering information on your preferences, the Web app will adapt its activities to your requirements, likes, and dislikes.
To recognize which pages have been used, we use traffic log cookies. This helps us to evaluate website traffic data and improve our website to customize it. We use this information as part of statistical analysis only and delete the data from the system afterward.
In general, cookies allow us to provide you with a better source so that we can track which pages are helpful and which are not useful. A cookie does not send us any information about you or your machine other than the details you decide to share with us.
You may choose to accept or reject cookies. Many web browsers accept cookies automatically, but if you want you can typically change your browser settings in a way that declines cookies. This may keep you from using the website in its fullest form.