Your privacy is very important!
ROSEANDPEACHES is aware of how important it is to protect visitors from unsolicited mail and any other kind of privacy invasion. This site does not store or collect any private information beyond what is explained below:
Sending a Greeting Card – The e-mail addresses of you and the recipient will be stored on the server with your Greeting Card only for the life of the Card (usually about 10 days). There are, however, absolutely no links to the Cards on the site, so you and the recipient are the only ones who can easily find them.
ROSEANDPEACHES never checks on these addresses, and never knows the identity of the sender or the recipient.
Survey replies – These data are used solely for internal purposes and they are optional (that means that you are also free not to disclose your address). In any case, it is never shared with third party organizations or made available to the general public.
In some cases ROSEANDPEACHES may send an e-mail to answer questions or provide appropriate information in reply to your queries.
If you freely provide us with your e-mail address, we assume that you would like us to be able to get back to you at appropriate times.
You are free at anytime to request that we delete the information you voluntarily provided us.
Direct e-mail – If you send private email to our website, we will also receive your email address. Because we value your input, we read and answer every letter we get, and both your letter and email address is stored in our off-line database for future reference. But be sure that your e-mail address will never be given out to any other parties.
Even when we contact you in reply to your e-mail, it’s never to sell or advertise.
Anonymous information – Anonymous clickstream information is collected for every visitor to this site, from the automatic counter. This includes pages viewed, date & time, and browser type. IP numbers are not stored, but are temporarily used to determine domain type and in some cases, geographic region. There is no association between this information and a visitor’s identity.