By using this site you agree to our privacy policy. 

We use encrypted communication SSL to protect sensitive data transmitted over the Internet and ensure that it is our communication. Our web address starts with https: and you will see a small padlock that indicates this at the beginning of the address bar of your browser.

  1. We use cookies that improve access to and user experience on our site and identify recurring visitors. Our use of cookies is generally not linked to personally identifiable information.
  2. If you sign up for a newsletter, we will save the email address. You can unsubscribe at any time at the end of each newsletter you receive from us.
  3. We automatically receive and save information from your computer and browser, including your IP address, software and hardware information about the requested web page.

Your personal identifiable information will not be sold, exchanged, transferred or transferred to any other company for any purpose without your consent, except when required to fulfill a request and / or transfer, such as To send an order.

We consider it necessary to share information in order to investigate, prevent or take action against illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations that pose a potential risk to a person’s physical security, breach of our terms of use or other occasions when the law so requires.

However, general information may be shared with third parties for marketing, advertising or other purposes.

​The information we collect from you can be used to:

  • Make your experience more personal
  • Provide custom ads
  • Improve our website
  • Contact you by e-mail
* The computers / servers used to store personally identifiable information are stored in a secure environment, where backup is taken daily and weekly by our web provider.
** SSL is a technique used to prevent an intermediary from spying on your communication with a server on the Internet. In your browser, you can see if a site uses this by looking at the site’s address. If the URL starts with https: // it’s an encrypted connection, http: // means that communication with the server is sent in plain text..