By using this Website, users agree to the collection and use of information according to this Policy. From its part, Spiremart.com is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected at all times. Should Spiremart.com asks its users for more personally identifiable information in order to make their experience with the Website a better one, the Company pledges that it will only be used in accordance with this Policy.
What parempire.com Collects?
We collect the following information:
• Contact information, including email address and phone number.
• Delivery address information such as area, building and house number.
After Registration and Frequency of Communication
Once a user finishes the registration process, he will be given the option to subscribe to parempire.com newsletter.
By subscribing, users will be receiving a daily update of all the latest offerings on our website. We usually restrict the number of newsletter(s) sent to users to one daily.
To give you the complete shopping experience as well as to keep you updated with our latest products, promotions and other offerings, we email you accurate daily information. This ensures a very comfortable shopping experience as you can easily view our daily products and offerings. We play particular adherence to bringing you constant updates without spam.
Should you have any queries, contact us. We are open all week from 9am – 7pm (+4GMT).
Alternatively, you can visit our offices in Dubai, United Arab Emirates or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Users can always “unsubscribe” from our emails by clicking on the “Click Here to Unsubscribe” link at the bottom of each received email.
Payment Card Details
When you enter your payment card details on parempire.com order form, the information will be processed directly to the payment gateway 2checkout.com
All credit/debit card details will NOT be stored in the Company’s database or servers. For customers to confirm that they are in a secure area; all SSL capable browsers have a symbol to indicate secure mode. It is usually a closed lock image at the right of your browser’s bottom status bar. Customers can also confirm when the URL changes from ‘http’ to ‘https’ to indicate that a SSL protocol is being used to communicate with the server.