Storbie collects and holds your and your customers’ personal information from you when you register to create a Website, or otherwise deal with Storbie. You are entitled to access and correct this information.
Also, when you create or access Websites a cookie (which is a small text file) will be loaded onto your computer. The purpose of the cookie is to identify you during your session. Please be aware that you will not be able to create or use a Website if you have set your browser so that you will not receive any cookies. Storbie Website browsers and customers must also receive a cookie in order to use a Website or Shop.
Storbie may store and supply the information we collect from you with our service providers. We, or our service providers, will hold your credit card information.
Storbie uses your personal information to register you as the Website owner, to provide the Website to you, to analyse sales and usage patterns, to keep you informed of any changes to terms of your use of the Website, to notify you of news relating to your Website, to assist the relevance of search results in marketplaces and/or directories, and to tell you about offers Storbie believes you may be interested in. Storbie can use the personal information in an aggregated form in which you and your customers cannot be identified (for example, to analyse sales and usage patterns).
Except as identified in the last paragraph, Storbie will not otherwise use that information (for example, it will not provide your or your customers’ personal information to others for purposes other than as outlined in the last paragraph, such as selling customer lists (unless required to do so by law)).
If you haven’t correctly provided your information to Storbie, we may not be able to properly provide your Website to you; we may also terminate our agreement with you or suspend your Website.
Under the Privacy Act 1993 you have rights to access and correct the personal information you provide to us.
Storbie also uses Google Remarketing to allow:
- Third party vendors, including Google, show you ads on sites on the internet.