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Privacy & Security Policy

How will my information be used?
How will you use my e-mail address?
How do I know I can trust you?
Is my transaction secure?
What if someone steals my credit card number over the Internet?
Yahoo Store Privacy
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How we use your information
Your privacy is extremely important to us.  We have been in business since May 2002.  The trust placed in us by our customers is absolutely essential to our success.  We understand that and do all we can to earn and protect that trust.  Any information we collect about you is used solely to deliver products, protect you from credit card fraud, accurately collect payment and keep you informed of products and information that may be of interest to you.  We do not share your personal information with any outside companies or "partners".  We  collect information on how you found our site and which pages you visit on our site.  This information is only used to improve our visibility on the Internet and to improve pages that need improvement.

Your e-mail address
We  collect your e-mail address when you place an order, if you enter a contest or if you volunteer to join our mailing list.  This address is used primarily to communicate with you about your order.  We also periodically send out informational and promotional newsletters.  If you provide your e-mail address, you are automatically added to that list. However, opting out of that list is as simple as clicking a link at the bottom of any e-mail you receive from us. By opting out, you are immediately and permanently removed from our list; unless and until you manually add yourself back in. Your e-mail address is not sold or given to any other companies or "partners".

How do I know I can trust you?
We can tell you all day long why you should trust us.  But, are you going to believe a stranger saying "Trust me."?  Here are some third parties that say you should trust us.
  • Yahoo- Yahoo is one of the most trusted names on the Internet.  Our store is hosted by Yahoo Shopping.  Yahoo Shopping regularly asks shoppers to rate the stores hosted by Yahoo Shopping.  If a store is receiving complaints, it will be shut down.  Yahoo Shopping has a Buyer Protection guarantee.  If you buy from Yahoo Shopping and do not receive what you have been charged for, they will help you work it out with the store.  If the store does not deliver, Yahoo's Buyer Protection program will refund your money.  Yahoo Buyer Protection Program.We have been in Yahoo Shopping since 2002 and have gotten top marks from our customers. We are also listed with and have gotten excellent reviews there as well.

  • Better Business Bureau- one of the most trusted names in "brick and mortar" businesses, the Better Business Bureau also monitors on-line businesses.  By joining the Better Business Bureau, Treasured Locks agrees to upholding a certain business ethic and to allow the Better Business Bureau to monitor and report on how we are meeting their standards.  Treasured Locks has been a member, in good standing, since January 2005.  To verify that on the BBB's website click on the seal here
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  • ControlScan- Treasured Locks has hired ControlScan to audit our business practices and to regularly scan the security of our website.  Other services scan the website. But, ControlScan audits our policies for how we deal with your sensitive information in addition to scanning our systems for vulnerabilities.  Click either or both ControlScan logos to see how we comply with industry standards of security and privacy.

  • Is my transaction secure?
    All transactions through this site are secure. The transactions are encrypted before being sent across the Internet. We use industry standard SSL encryption to scramble credit card information when you enter a credit card number in the web browser and it is sent to us.  You should see a little padlock at the bottom or your browser.  That lock will be open until you begin to check out.  Then, that lock will be closed.  When that lock is closed, your information is being scrambled before being sent. Your information is sent in a code so that even if anyone could see it, they could not read it.  The likelihood of your card number being stolen while traveling over the Internet is far less than when you use your credit card in a department store or in a restaurant where paper copies of your credit card number are readily available to thieves.

    But, what if someone does steal my credit card number?
    Again, this is very unlikely.  But, let's assume the worst.   Someone takes your credit card number.  As soon as you find out (whether it's over the Internet or someone steals your wallet), report it.  At this point, you are not liable for any charges. That's the law.  From the Federal Trade Commission
    "If you lose your credit or charge cards or if you realize they've been lost or stolen, immediately call the issuer(s).  Many companies have toll free numbers and 24 hour service to deal with such emergencies. By law, once you report the loss or theft, you have no further responsibility for unauthorized charges. In any event, your maximum liability under federal law is $50 per card."  
    Most credit card companies will not even hold you to the $50 as long as you promptly report your card stolen, once you know.  Just a tip from us to you, do not pay for credit card "loss protection"  That's the real rip off,  according to the FTC.

    Yahoo Store Privacy
    This site is hosted by Yahoo! Store. Yahoo! hosts the store pages, ordering system, and order data. Yahoo! automatically collects order information but may only use this information in the aggregate. If you accessed this store through Yahoo! Shopping, Yahoo! also automatically collects information about your shopping experience. Please see the Yahoo! Privacy Policy for more information about how Yahoo! uses this information. 

    Third-Party Web Beacons: We use third-party web beacons from Yahoo! to help analyze where visitors go and what they do while visiting our website. Yahoo! may also use anonymous information about your visits to this and other websites in order to improve its products and services and provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by Yahoo!, click here.