KidsKnits knows that your privacy matters!
As a visitor and/or registered member of the KidsKnits family, you don't have to worry about any breaches of security or privacy. We do not share information about you with other companies.
Information Collected by KidsKnits
The process of registering with KidsKnits requires your email address, but you may opt-out of receiving any future communications from KidsKnits.
Through the order forms on the KidsKnits site, we collect information from you for shipping and billing purposes. The contact information is used by KidsKnits for shipping purposes. Any financial information collected from you is used by KidsKnits for billing purposes and treated as personal and confidential.
Cookies are small files our server places on your hard drive so your experience at KidsKnits.com can be personalized to fit your interests, making it easier for you to use the KidsKnits site. We use a cookie to preserve order information in your shopping cart while you freely surf the site. Once you're ready for checkout, the cookie restores all of the items ordered to the cart.
How KidsKnits uses Email
If you register with KidsKnits or provide your email address during the check-out process, you may chose to receive KidsKnits emails. We use email to provide you with product announcements, sales and specials and general information about the KidsKnits web site. Under no circumstances will we innundate you with email nor will we share your email address with any other entities.
You may choose to opt-out of our emails at any time merely by updating your profile on the login page.
Securely Browsing the KidsKnits Web Site
Whether you're registering for our free premium content or shopping for that next project, KidsKnits values your security and privacy. Any interactive processing on the KidsKnits web site is done over secure, encrypted sessions. Anytime you provide information such as email address, credit card account number, name or mailing address, KidsKnits encrypts this information using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology.
You may verify your communication's security by checking the address box of your browser; anytime you are communicating over an encrypted session, your browser will display "https", instead of the usual "http". Additionally, most browsers will display an image signifying secure communications.