Disclosure & Retention of Personal Data
Fosh.shopping shares your personal data internally with the staff members who completes your purchase formalities. We do not disclose your personal information to any third party without your written consent unless required to do so by law.
Fosh.shopping maintains your personal data for the time period it required to fulfil the purpose for which it was collected. Purchases made on credit or debit-card, we are required by law to keep your personal information for a specified period of time. If you have registered with us for the mailing list, we keep your personal information until you notify us that you no longer want the information.
Fosh.shopping has no right to neither sell nor share your personal information with third party. We only send marketing information to those customers who have registered for the mailing list. Customers can opt-out of receiving notifications from Fosh.shopping by unsubscribing marketing e-mail newsletters or by changing their preferences in the “MyAccount” section of the site.
Accuracy & Protection of Personal Data
We need your accurate personal information in order to respond to your request of purchases. You are advised to notify us about any change in your personal data and help us provide you error free service. All information stored in our electronic system and stored in documents are protected from unauthorized access.
Every online transaction you make on Fosh.shopping is 100% safe and secure. This implies, you pay nothing if unauthorized charges are made to your card as a result of shopping at our online store. We use encryption technology to protect you against any loss, misuse or alteration of your personal data. When you access your account, a secure server encrypts all of your information through the use of Secure Socket Layers (SSLs).
To make sure, you are browsing secure pages for transactions, check your Web browser’s status bar (located at the bottom of the window) for the closed padlock icon. This icon implies that you are browsing a secure web page. Any browsers display an “s” after the “http” (https://) in the Web site address, indicates that you are in a secure web page.
To make sure, you are browsing secure pages for transactions, check your net browser’s standing bar (located at rock bottom of the window) for the closed padlock icon. This icon seems in your applications programme to inform you that you just square measure viewing a secure online page. Also, all browsers show associate degree “s” oncethe “http” (https://) within the site address to point that you just square measure in an exceedingly secure setting.