Privacy Policy

Adelaide Cartridge Centre is conscious of the need to protect the privacy of the information you supply us. We take seriously this responsibility and the duty of care we have of safeguarding the information supplied by our customers.

Our policy sets out how your information is stored, used and our disclosure practices.

Customer Supplied Information

When you register on our website you will asked to supply your personal name, or business name, address, contact details and possibly credit card details if you choose that method of payment. This information allows us to complete the supply of your order including payment & delivery.

Securing Personnel/Business Information

Personal/Business information collected is securely stored and is not accessible to third parties except if required by law. The remarketing of your details including an email address is strictly forbidden. All credit card information is stored securely using encryption protocols. All reasonable measures are taken to secure our web site, and if there were an unauthorised breach of our security systems and security of customer information was compromised, we will not be liable for any such occurrences.

Use of Log-In information

Adelaide Cartridge Centre only, may use your log-in information such as browser type, IP addresses, etc, to analyse trends in the use of our web site. This analyse does not look at individual users, but only at collective groups so patterns of usage, visits, and the demographic of our customer base can give us a better understanding of how our web site is being used.

Credit Card Information

All credit card information is stored securely using encryption protocols.

Sharing of Information

We dot not provide your information to any third party unless required by law.

Links

Our web site contains links to other web sites. If you follow these links to another web site, be aware that Privacy Policies may vary between sites.

Disputes

Should you have any dispute in regard to our privacy policy and the management of your information, please contact us. Any legal actions taken to resolve such matters will fall within jurisdiction of the laws of South Australia.