We are commited to ensure the privacy of our customers. This document explains the privacy that we engage to respect.
Vinetpassion.com will collect personal information about you (such as your name, address, telephone number or email address) but only if you complete and submit a paper form or online (or by contacting a customer service representative).
Use of personal information
Vinetpassion.com uses your personal information to create an account, to process an order and, if you agree, we will provide you information on products and services you might be interested in. Your personal information may be disclosed to employees of Vin & Passion in connection with services they provide to vinetpassion.com.
Vinetpassion.com will not disclose personal information to third parties.
Secure Payments Transactions Powered By Paypal
Vin & Passion uses PayPal to secure your payment details for every transaction. PayPal is one of the worlds’ largest and most secure payment processors. With PayPal you can either use your existing PayPal account or pay without being a Paypal member. Paypal provides a secure 128bit encrypted SSL session to protect your privacy including credit card information. Credit card numbers are never seen by us, nor are they stored by our system. Once your payment has been validated, your data is destroyed by Paypal: this is why we ask for your payment card number again for each new order. This provides the highest possible level of security to make your online shopping experience safe and secure. To learn more about the advantages of using Paypal please visit www.paypal.com
Secure Shopping Guarantee
Vinetpassion.com uses the industry standard encryption protocol known as SSL (Secure Socket Layer) to keep your order information secure. This technology encrypts your order information to protect it from being decoded by anyone other than vinetpassion.com .
Once you enter the checkout page your computer will begin communicating with our server in secure mode. You can tell that you are in secure mode when the “http” in the web address will be replaced by “https”