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BaboucheNYC.com values its customers and respects their privacy. We collect
limited customer information in an effort to improve our services and to
communicate with you about our products, service, and events on our
web site. We do not sell or rent the information you provide to us online
to third parties.
If there are any future changes in our privacy and security polices, we will
duly post them on our web site or notify you directly. You will have the
opportunity at that time to opt out of any new use of your information.
What information does BaboucheNYC.com collect?
When you register with us and/or place an order we collect information, such
as your name, email address, mailing address, and phone number, which you provide.
However, we do NOT save any of your billing information,
including your credit card number.
How is my information used?
When you make an online purchase from BaboucheNYC.com, we
use your information to process your order. Also, when you register with
us you will be automatically signed up to receive email updates about our products,
service, and events.
In addition, we may use information about your orders to help us improve our
site design to serve you better.
Is my information shared with third parties?
We do Not share your information with third paties.
How do I access, update, or delete my information?
To access your information online, simply click "sign in" and,
sign in. You can update your personal and delivery address information,
and change your password.
To delete your information send an email message request with your name, phone number,
and password to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I cancel my email updates subscription?
If at any time you would like us to remove you from our email or postal mailing
lists, contact us by sending us an email to
Please note that it may take a few days to remove your from our list.
Cookies are small text files that are often stored on
your computer's hard drive when you visit different web sites. A cookie may
contain information, such as unique user ID, which is used to personalize the pages
cookies. Your cookies allows us to recognize you when you return to
our site and provides you with access to your account information.
however, you will not be able to take advantage of many of our services including
making orders from our web site. We will not be able to recognize you as a signed up
user, when you try to access your account information.
To enable cookies on your browser check its help file.
What about my credit card safety?
Your credit card number is revealed only to the secure
web server and credit card transaction processing organization responsible for
the merchant account governing this web site. At no time is your credit card number
transmitted over the public Internet in an unencrypted or insecure environment.
At no time is your credit card number stored in an insecure device or on
Remember: If unauthorized use of your credit or debit
card does occur, you must notify your card provider, in accordance with the
agreement you have with this provider.
How do I know my credit card information is secure?
When you are accessing our secure server before you
submit personal financial information, immediately after the URL address field and/or at
the bottom of your browser you will see an unbroken key or a closed lock depending upon
your browser. This shows that the connection is secure. You will also notice, that
if you have accessed a secure server in the URL or Location line of your browser
the first characters of the address are "https" instead of "http".
Some older browser versions and some firewalls don't permit communication through
secure servers. In such a case contact your Internet Service Provider or download a
newer version of your browser.
BaboucheNYC.com is not responsible for any
technical problems, or malicious activities of individuals or organizations
(including hackers) beyond its control, which may cause harm to visitors of the
web site. All illegal operations against BaboucheNYC.com will be prosecuted to
the full extent of the law.
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