At Fetish Zone (FZ, LLC.) we respect the privacy of all visitors who access and use our corporate web site. The information we collect on this site is used to understand how we can enhance our site and improve your experience. This policy describes the limited circumstances in which we collect personal information, why we collect it and how we use it. Our policy also describes the choices you can make about how we collect and use your information.
What type of information is collected?
Fetish Zone (FZ, LLC.) may collect personal information from you, such as your name, postal address, phone number, email address, date of birth (for age verification), etc., when you visit our website, or contact us with a question or concern.
How is my information used?
Fetish Zone (FZ, LLC.) may use your personal information in the following ways:
• To communicate with you, and to send you information by email (and or other means) about our company
• To help us address problems with and improve our site design, products and services
• To analyze trends and statistics
• To protect the security or integrity of our website and our business
• To contact you if necessary regarding your order
You always have the choice not to receive promotional communications from us. To change your preferences, simply log into your account and check or uncheck “Subscribe to our Newsletter”.
Is my information shared?
Fetish Zone (FZ, LLC.) does NOT sell or rent the information you provide to us to any third parties. We also do NOT contract with any third parties service providers in maintaining and managing our databases. We may, however, disclose user information in special cases, including:
• If necessary, in our good faith judgment, to comply with laws or regulations or in response to a valid subpoena, order, or government request or credit card fraud investigation with our credit card processor and police to protect the rights of Fetish Zone (FZ, LLC.) or others.
How do I access or change my information?
To change your personal information and or preferences, simply log into your account. You can also ask us to update your personal information in writing by contacting us. Please note that any request to update your personal information may take up to 10 business days for your email request and 6-8 weeks for your postal mail request.
How do I make choices about receiving promotional communications?
Fetish Zone (FZ, LLC.) wants to communicate with you only if you want to hear from us. If you prefer not to receive promotional information from us, you can change your preferences simply by logging into your account and checking or unchecking “Subscribe to our Newsletter”. If you ask us to remove your name and address from promotional lists, we will maintain your name in a "do not contact" file to ensure that we can honor your request. It may take up to 10 business days to process your email request and 6-8 weeks to process your postal mail request, during which period you may continue to receive communications from us.
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How do I know my personal information is secure?
Fetish Zone (FZ, LLC.) has in place certain physical, electronic, and managerial safeguards to protect the security and privacy of your personal information.
What is "phishing"?
"Phishing" is a scam designed to steal your personal information. If you receive an email that looks like it is from us asking you for your personal information, do not respond. We will never request your password, user name, credit card information or other personal information through email.
How do I contact you?
North Carolina Privacy Law:
North Carolina recognizes only two of the four common-law claims for invasion of privacy: appropriation of one's likeness and intrusion upon seclusion. Public disclosure of private facts and publicity that places another in a false light to the public eye are not recognized. The North Carolina Supreme Court recognizes a general right to privacy as a part of tort law. However, the court has been unwilling to recognize two of the four invasion of privacy claims because it feels that they would add to the tension existing between the First Amendment and tort law (Hall v. Post, 372 S.E.2d 711 (N.C. 1988)). A state statute does prohibit the “publication of personal information” if the subject of the information has objected to such disclosure. The law applies to disclosures in writing, by broadcast media, and on the Internet. The victim of such a violation may sue for damages if any harm results. The law exempts entities already covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy requirements (NC Gen. Stat. Sec. 75-66).
Revision Date: 01/01/19