This Policy applies to personal information submitted by you on this website and to any information automatically retrieved during your visits to this website.
All personal information collected from your use of this website is held in accordance with the requirements of the Privacy Act 1993.
We will never sell any personal information including your email and contact data. We will never share your personal information with others, except where required to by law. You have the right to access, correct and remove any of your personal information (like that we have stored as an email through your order form) as per the New Zealand Privacy Act 1993.
When you place an order with us we usually use the information that you provide to make your order, contact you and deliver your product. By placing an order you are agreeing that we may contact you in the future to arrange payment, arrange delivery, check you received your order, give you further information or request feedback or reviews.
Browsing Information and Google Privacy Information
You can turn off cookies and still use this site without any difference to your experience. Google gathers data from those using the site who have cookies enabled. We use this data to see how many people have visited our site and other broad metrics. We cannot use this data to identify anyone. We use AdWords to advertise on Google’s networks. This information is also anonymous. Google’s policy is summed up by here: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/6008942
We follow the New Zealand legislation regarding email contact, namely the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007. We will not email you without your consent, and if you unsubscribe or ask us not to contact you then we will not email you again.
Website and Credit Card Security
Innature endeavour to provide a safe and secure platform on which to conduct online transactions.
Innature.co.nz uses the industry standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, which encrypts your personal information as it is transmitted over the internet. This encryption scrambles details such as your password and address so that generally, other computers are unable to decipher the information, ensuring privacy and security. To make sure you are accessing a secure server, check for a closed padlock symbol in your browser window. In current versions of the Chrome, Firefox and Edge browsers, this appears before the URL itself in the browser address bar. If this appears, then SSL is active. You can double check this by looking at the URL as well. If SSL is active, then the first characters of that line will read ‘https’ rather than just ‘http’. It is important for you to protect against unauthorised access to your password and to your computer.
No method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure. Therefore, we cannot guarantee its absolute security. We comply with the Act by ensuring that all personal information is protected (as is reasonable in the circumstances) against unauthorised access, use, modification, disclosure or misuse. However, due to the nature of the Internet and email systems, we are unable to guarantee the privacy and confidentiality of your personal information while it is transmitted over the Internet.
Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
Changes to our Policy
We may, at our discretion, update or revise this Policy from time to time. Any changes will take effect immediately once they are posted here, so we encourage you to periodically review this page for the latest information on privacy practices.
If you have any questions about our privacy policies or any other matter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org