Your privacy is important to us. We never sell nor give your personal information to third parties. There is actually very little information that we collect, and only personally identifiable if you use our contact form.
Cookie Usage on SweetLoveGifts
Information We Collect
Web server logs are maintained for this web-site. Every site you visit maintains web server logs. Our server generates a temporary (session) cookie that includes this type of information:
- Computer Internet (IP) address
- Web pages requested
- Referring web page
- Browser used
- Date and Time
If you decide to use our ShoppingList to save items for future purchase, you must keep cookies enabled. If you delete all cookies, or your browser clears all cookies when you quit it, your list will be lost. We don't have access to your shopping list and have no idea what you've saved, since the information is stored in a cookie on your computer.
We collect no personal identifying data unless you use our contact form, which is limited to the name and email address you voluntarily provide as well as your IP, which is automatically collected. We do not share or sell your email address with any third parties. If you give an incorrect email address, obviously, we won't be able to respond to your contact question or comment.
Third Party Advertising and Cookies
SweetLoveGifts contains affiliate marketing links, which means we get paid a commission on sales of those products (or services) if you click the link and make a purchase at the merchant's site. A cookie is placed on your computer to identify our site as the referrer to the merchant's site.
Unless stated otherwise, editorial content is not influenced by our affiliate partnerships. This disclosure is provided in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR ß 255.5: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.
You buy an item at a merchant's site—they fulfill and ship your purchase. If you want to return it or have any questions, you must contact the merchant from where you made your purchase.
When you click on a Google Adsense Ad, they collect their own information. Please use the previous link to see how they collect and use data.
What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data stored by your Web browser and are generally used to remember information about preferences and pages you visited. Cookies are usually automatically set on your computer whenever you visit a site and they may last only for that session or for a period of time. Learn what info a cookie collects and how web sites use them.
Most cookies are not spyware, however a few popular firewall programs have aggressively targeted some sites as potential information threats and automatically block them including popular news and shopping channels. If you can't see images or text is missing, you will have to adjust your Ad Blocker to Medium or Light. Some shopping or coupon toolbars are very aggressive and will install unwanted adware or spyware. Downloading funny emoticons, computer backgrounds, games, coupons, etc. may open your computer to adware and spyware.
You can choose to block cookies. Follow your browser's (for example, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari) instructions to refuse to accept or return cookies. You can also utilize third-party software to block third-party advertising and trackable links to other web sites. Please note: if you decide to block cookies, you will be blocked from some content and/or images that other visitors see. For example, Amazon.com collects cookies: otherwise you would never be able to create a "Wish List" or leave purchases in the shopping cart for later. This is the same with all shopping sites.