We take your privacy very seriously. Please read the policy below to understand how we will treat your personal information when you use our site.
Your Email address
Whenever you will leave your e-mail address, we will treat this e-mail address with the greatest of respect. We will never sell it, exchange it, or give it away and if you unsubscribe using the link embedded in every email, your address will be deleted from our records forever. If you have any further concerns, please contact us.
What sort of personal information do we collect?
When you buy from the site, we will collect information about you necessary to process your order. This information may include, but is not limited to details such as your name. Innerworld Creation Inc. does not have access to your credit card details. Your credit card will be processed by PayPal, one of the world’s leading online payment processors.
What do we do with your personal information?
We use it to provide with the best possible service. We do not sell, rent or trade your personal information. We may use it from time to time to inform you of developments that we think you would be interested in. You can withdraw any consent given at any time by contacting us or by using the unsubscribe link that you will find in every email communication from us.
If you are worried about ordering over the Internet, rest assured that our secure server ensures that your personal details required for online transactions are 100% secure. When asked to enter your credit card number you will see the secure padlock icon: appear in your browser.
We have utilised the most advanced security technology for all credit card transactions in order to create a safe and convenient shopping experience. All transactions are processed through PayPal.
How safe is it to shop on the Internet?
“Very safe” is the answer. Companies selling online use encryption technology to protect customers. Encryption converts your personal account details into secret code which is then sent over the Internet. a Hacker would need to try every possible combination. Someone trying to crack the code most commonly used – known as 40-bit encryption – is looking for one in 1,099,511,627,776 combinations.”
“The dangers of e-commerce have been exaggerated. Stepping into the huge chasm of cyberspace does take a little getting used to, but in reality you take as big a risk handing your credit card to a waiter as you do when you enter the details into a website.”