We treat your information as we would want our information treated. That is the English language version. For the legal one, read on...
Protecting our Customers' Online Rights
Giftster does not sell, rent, or loan any identifiable information regarding its customers to any third party. Any information you give us is held in strict confidence and security, and we will not use it in ways to which you have not consented. When you register at Giftster, we automatically place you on our list to receive a one-time greeting email, birthday reminders, and e-mail regarding updates about new features or to ask for your input. If you do not wish to receive e-mail updates, please send an e-mail to support @ giftster.com
Use of Information
Giftster will not collect any personal information about individuals except when specifically and knowingly provided by such individuals. Examples of such information are: name, postal address, e-mail address, gift preferences, wish list ideas, and event dates. Giftster may share non-personal aggregate, or summary, information regarding its customers with partners or other third parties, but Giftster does not sell or share any information at the individual customer level.
Giftster uses a feature of your Internet Web browser called a "cookie" to assign a unique identification to your computer. Cookies are files that your Web browser places on your computer's hard drive. Giftster creates and then uses these cookie files to track your clicks as you go through the Giftster Web site.
Monetization of Web Links
Some links from Giftster to third party ecommerce sites are monetized by third party services. Giftster gets "credit" for its part in helping match the buyer with the right item from the right seller for the gift recipient. This monetization is automatic and transparent and does not affect the item price. This disclosure is provided in accordance with the United States Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR § 255.5
Usability Studies to Improve Giftster
From time to time Giftster may record individual user interaction with various user interface elements within the service. This information is used internally to correct deficiencies and improve the member experience.