Information You Provide Us
Following are several ways we obtain information and how we use the information.
Information We Gather At Purchase
When you purchase your product(s), we may ask for your name, address, phone number, email address, and congregation name. We use this information to fulfill your orders and to enable time-saving features like express checkout, wish lists, and a record of purchased materials. Clergy Stuff™ is fully GDPR complaint and you will not be automatically opted-in to receive our newsletter. We do not share or sell your information.
We may ask you to provide a name, email address, and profile information. We use this information only to fulfill your request and, in the case of profile information, to help make sure we’re sending you the type of email updates and catalogs you want to receive. We do not share or sell email addresses.
Links to Other Sites
We may provide links to other sites we think you will enjoy. These sites operate independently of us and have established their own privacy and security policies. For the best online experience, we strongly encourage you to review these policies at any site you visit.
We do not contribute to or participate in shared or cooperative databases, which give other companies access to your personal information. We do not release credit card or financial information for use by other companies.
For both privacy and security purposes, all transactional information communicated between customers and our website is transmitted in an encrypted format, and all credit card information is deleted from our servers immediately after card authorization. Moreover, our website is fully SSL functional for your added protection.
Updates to Our Information Practices
To keep our policies up to date, this statement may be updated from time to time. We encourage you to periodically review this page for the latest information on our privacy practices. We will never change our policies with regard to releasing information without first notifying all customers and providing them with the opportunity to “opt-in” for correspondence from other companies.