Stampin' Up! Netherlands B.V. (hereinafter “Stampin’ Up!”) provides this privacy statement to inform you of how your personal data are processed and in what form some of these data are made accessible to third parties. Please read this privacy statement carefully. By using this website, you accept the terms of this privacy statement.
Stampin’ Up! is committed to the protection and security of data that you provide us, and we treat all personal data with the utmost care, taking all necessary steps to guarantee the security of your data. This privacy statement applies to the websites www.stampinup.com, and all websites of Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators that are hosted by Stampin’ Up! through the DBWS program (the “Stampin’ Up! Sites”). This Privacy Statement supplements the General Terms and Conditions of Business of Stampin’ Up!
1. Type and nature of the data collected and processed.
1.1 Personal data
When you register with us, we record and save your basic data such as name and e-mail address, together with other contact information such as user name and password. We may receive further information from you via the website (e.g. if you fill in your personal profile) or if you communicate with us.
If you place orders on the Stampin’ Up! Sites, we will need your name, delivery address, billing address, email address, phone number, credit card number and the expiry date so that we can process the transaction and inform you about the status of your order.
2. How we collect data
One type of cookie automatically expires after your session has ended. This is called a session cookie. Your user settings, in particular, are saved as session cookies so that this website can always be used in the form you require. Another permanently stored anonymous cookie contains the version number of your Flash player. In addition to this, user settings, such as language selection, language recognition settings, user IDs for various applications, are saved in both session cookies and permanent cookies by Stampin’ Up! in order to facilitate the use of the website.
Deactivating cookies will mean that a number of website functions will no longer operate as intended.
2.2 Log files
Stampin’ Up! uses third-party tracking services that use technology to track non-personal information about visitors to this website. Each time a page is called up, access data are saved in a protocol file, the server log. The data record thus saved contains the following data:
Our IP address (by means of which your computer can be unambiguously identified)
The remote host (name and IP address of the computer requesting the page)
The time, the status, the quantity of data transferred and the Internet page from which you accessed the requested page (referrer)
The product and version information of the browser used (user agent)
A standardised web server log file format is used for this purpose. Provided these data are not urgently required for the technical maintenance of the system or for the system security, they are anonymised instantly and the original protocols are deleted. Anonymisation takes place by removal or truncation of the IP address by allocating a code not assigned to a user. Any allocation to an identified or identifiable person is therefore no longer possible. Stampin’ Up! uses protocol data (logs) exclusively in anonymised form for statistical evaluations, without any allocation or references to your personal details. This enables us to detect possible program errors or faulty links, and allows for ongoing development and refinement of the website. Stampin’ Up! does not link the page requests and usage information to individual persons.
2.3 Web Analysis Software
Data collected may include time and duration of the visit, which pages are visited, the browser used and add-ons/plugins, search-engines and referrer. Cookies may be used to distinguish between individual visitors, but the collected data does not allow for the identification of individuals.
Google Analytics. This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer, to help the website analyze how you use the site. As anonymization is activated for the data we collect, your IP address is truncated by Google within member states of the European Union or in other signatory countries to the Treaty creating the European Economic Area and only then is it transferred to the USA.
Only in exceptional cases will the full IP address be transferred to a Google server in the USA and truncated there. On behalf of the operator of this website, Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of the website in order to compile reports on website activity for the website operator and to provide other services relating to website activity and Internet usage. The IP address transferred by your browser within the scope of Google Analytics will not be combined with other data from Google.
You may prevent the saving of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser; however, please note that if you do this, you may not be able to use the full functionality of this website. Furthermore, you can prevent the data captured by the cookie and relating to your use of the website from being captured and processed by Google by downloading and installing the browser plugin available at the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en-nl.
We may use a software technology called clear gifs (aka Web Beacons / Web Bugs), to help us manage content on the website by measuring which content is most effective. Clear gifs are tiny graphics with a unique identifier, similar to cookies in terms of the function and are used to track the online movements of Web users. In contrast to cookies, which are stored on a user's computer hard drive, clear gifs are invisible. We do not link the information collected through clear gifs with the personal data of our customers.
Any e-mail messages we send are saved by us and any e-mails that may be regarded as business letters will not be deleted during the statutory retention period. We also record any e-mail addresses to which messages were undeliverable in order to request an updated e-mail address. E-mail messages from Stampin’ Up! may contain graphics or links which, when called up, allow us to determine whether an e-mail message has been opened. This takes place anonymously.
3. Purpose of collecting and storing the data
The purpose of gathering, saving, processing and using the data is to facilitate, maintain and develop the website, to fulfill your orders, and to implement Stampin’ Up!’s compensation plan. Part of our ongoing development involves the use of anonymous statistics on the usage of services.
Stampin’ Up! and your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator may use your e-mail address, postal address and/or phone number to provide customer service or to contact you regarding the status of orders, problems with products or fulfillment and other customer service issues. Stampin’ Up! and your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator send you e-mails for a variety of reasons, including confirmations of orders. However, communication may also concern information about our services, new product offerings and promotions, provided you have not revoked your consent for such usage, which you can do at any time by contacting your demonstrator or contacting Stampin’ Up! at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. To whom do we disclose your personal data?
Stampin’ Up! does not forward your personal data to third parties for their marketing purposes or otherwise unless you have given your explicit consent or there is a legal requirement to forward the data.
4.1 Employees and contractors
Your data may be communicated to employees and third parties who provide technical or organisational services to Stampin’ Up!
4.2 Payment processors
In the case of payment processing for orders placed through a Demonstrator Business Web Site (“DBWS”), the data for processing the payment transaction are forwarded to the payment services provider, and your Demonstrator receives only very limited data, being merely informed whether or not the transaction has been completed. In such cases your Demonstrator does not receive your account data.
4.3 Agents / service providers
We use the services of other companies, such as shipping companies, to handle orders, and credit card companies for billing. These service providers are prohibited from using your personal information.
4.4. Independent Demonstrators
Stampin’ Up! grants independent contractors (“Independent Demonstrators”) rights to sell its products. Independent Demonstrators are not employed by Stampin’ Up! and Stampin’ Up! therefore does not control, and is not responsible or liable for the collection, use or disclosure of Personal Information by Independent Demonstrators, for marketing purposes or otherwise. If you provide information to an Independent Demonstrator through this website, Stampin’ Up! will have access to such information and shall treat it in accordance with this Privacy Statement. Independent Demonstrators may provide Stampin’ Up! with information regarding their customers, in which case Stampin’ Up! will treat such information, once in its possession, in accordance with this Privacy Statement.
If you are the customer of an Independent Demonstrator, you should check with your Demonstrator directly to learn about her data privacy practices.
4.5 Disclosure resulting from change in entity
Ownership of Stampin’ Up! may be transformed through merger, acquisition by another company, or sale of all or part of its assets, in which event your personal information may be included in the transferred assets. We will notify you of any such change by e-mail and by notice posted on this website.
4.6 Mandatory disclosure
In some cases, we may need to disclose your information to public authorities to comply with legal requirements. In all these cases, we will take reasonable measures to guarantee the confidentiality of your information.
5. Data security
Stampin’ Up! employs precautions to guarantee that your data are protected against loss, modification or misuse. Stampin’ Up! utilises constantly updated firewalls that meet industry standards, as well as other security systems. Unfortunately, it is not possible to provide absolute protection from attacks coming from new viruses and other means of attacking the protected data systems of Internet services. Stampin’ Up! will instigate civil and criminal proceedings against any attack by hackers and the like and will inform you of any cases in which your data have been compromised.
6. Privacy Shield
Stampin’ Up! Inc. complies with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework established by the U.S. Department of Commerce which relates to the collection, use, and retention of personal information from the European Union to the United States, and self-certifies that it adheres to the Privacy Shield Principles. To learn more about the Privacy Shield programme, and to view Stampin’ Up!’s certification, please visit www.privacyshield.gov. To communicate questions, complaints, or problems regarding Stampin’ Up!’s compliance with Privacy Shield, please contact Stampin’ Up!’s Chief Privacy Officer in the U.S. at (001) 801-257-5438 or via email at email@example.com.
Stampin’ Up! uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to encrypt sensitive data in transmission, such as the password for your account and billing information, including credit card information, from your web browser to our web server.
7. Information, correction and deletion
7.1 Right to information on stored data
Every user has the right to obtain information from Stampin’ Up! regarding any personal data that has been saved. If the request for information is conveyed to Stampin’ Up! by telephone or e-mail, the user must provide a postal address to which the information can be sent. When such information is requested, you must provide the following details for identification purposes: user name, first name and surname, maiden name (if appropriate), e-mail address, postal address and date of birth. The information is sent by post to the address provided by the user.
If you alter or correct the details that you have provided and delete old entries, the data previously entered will be completely deleted automatically. No special application for correction or deletion is required. You can edit your personal data at any time at https://www2.stampinup.com/ECWeb/MyAccount.aspx. In addition, you have the right to demand correction of any inaccurate data about you that is stored by Stampin’ Up!
7.3 Deletion of data
You may request alteration, correction or deletion of your personal data at any time by e-mail or letter. To ensure your identification, the request must at least contain the following details:
First name and surname
Please note that due to caching systems, search engines, the interposition of proxy servers and the like, deleted data may continue to remain accessible even though they are no longer present within our systems.
8. Changes to this privacy statement
Stampin’ Up! reserves the right to change this Privacy Statement. Any changes to this Policy will become effective upon posting of the revised statement on the internet or as required by law.
Your trust is important to us. Stampin’ Up! therefore wishes to provide you with full information on the processing of your personal data at all times. If more detailed information is required on any point, please contact the following address at any time:
Damir Basic - Business Development Manager Phone: 00800 31 81 82 00
10. Links to other websites
This website contains links to other sites that are not owned or under the control of Stampin Up!.Please note that Stampin Up! is not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites. When you leave this site you should read the privacy statements of every website that collects personally identifiable information. This privacy statement applies only to data that is collected by this website.
11. Social plugins
Notice of privacy protection for the use of Facebook plugins:
Notice of privacy protection for the use of Google +1:
Registration and transmission of information: Via the Google +1 button Google saves information that you provided a recommendation (i.e., +1) for the content, as well as information about the website you were visiting when clicking the +1 button. Your +1 recommendations may appear to others together with your profile name and photo in Google services like Google search or your Google Profile. Furthermore, your +1 recommendations may appear elsewhere on other websites or as advertisements.
Google records your +1 activity to improve the Google services for you and other users. To be able to use the Google +1 button you will need a worldwide visible, public Google Profile with a name that you choose, which will be used across all Google services. Sometimes this name may replace the name you generally use when sharing information under your Google account. Your Google Profile identity might be visible for users who know your email address or have other identifying information about you. Use of collected information: Google may share aggregated statistics about +1 activity with other users and partners, like publishers, advertisers or connected websites.