Privacy Policy

 

At Miss Babbler we have an important responsibility and commitment regarding the security of our website and the protection of the data of our customers and visitors.

Our privacy policy is presented below. Any changes to this policy will be presented here in this statement.


What information do we collect?

We collect your name, phone number, mailing address, email address, and age to be used in marketing campaigns, prizes, and newsletters. Furthermore, when you place an order on our site, we also collect information about the delivery address and payment details.

We may also collect other information about your experience on our site that may contribute to the improvement of our service.


For what purposes are collected data used?

Your data allows our employees to process your orders, notify you of important changes to the site's features, carry out surveys, and for statistical purposes.

We may also regularly send you (by email or post) information about products and services, campaigns, promotions, and special offers. If you do not wish to be contacted for these purposes, you can cancel this feature in the following ways:

• Unsubscribing from the newsletter in your personal account.

• The newsletters you receive in your email have a link to unsubscribe.

Miss Babbler is committed to protecting your data and it will never be made available to third parties.

It is possible that your data, such as your address and postcode, be disclosed during the process of your order for the purpose of fraud prevention and detection.

 

Updating your data

If you wish to verify the data you have submitted to Miss Babbler, you can do so by email or through our customer service. Proof of identity will be required before the information is disclosed. This proof may be your registration email and password on our website.

This information should be kept safe, as any action or request made through your account is your responsibility.

We recommend that you do not save your password on the browser, as someone else with access to your computer can see it and use your personal information.