1. Customer Information
Customer information is information concerning a single living individual. It includes information whereby that individual can be identified, such as name, date of birth, residence, telephone number, and other data making possible identification of the specific individual. It includes data that, by comparison with other information, makes possible identification of the specific individual.
2. Purposes of Use of Customer Information
Our organization may make use of customer information for the following purposes. (1) For the sake of implementing our responsibilities in cases of sales transactions. (2) For the sake of carrying out after-service in the case of sales transactions. (3) To provide customers with information on special services and new merchandise. (4) For the delivery of such things as notifications and e-mail magazines and direct mail. In no cases, except the one set forth in 3 below or when customer consent has been obtained previously, will we make use of this information.
3. Entrusting Customer Information to Third-parties
Our organization may consign customer information whole or in part within limits required for the achievement of usage purposes.
4. Provision of Customer Information to Third-parties
Our organization will not entrust customer information to third parties without previously obtaining customer consent.
5. Joint Use of Customer Information
Our company may make joint use of customer information with the companies listed below.
Items of information that may be jointly used customer name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, and previously purchased merchandise.
Purposes of business with which joint use is carried out
Such information related to our sales transactions with the customer as merchandise delivery may be consigned to joint-use businesses.
For the sake of providing customers with information on special services and new merchandise.
To provide customers with after-services.
For the delivery of such things as announcements and e-mail magazines
Who is responsible for the management of customer information? The Woodcutter Creations founder and owner Ric Van Opstal
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