At CaliforniaOrganicFlowers.com we respect your right to privacy. We will collect personal information to the extent necessary to process your order. To a limited extent, we must share your personal information to expedite your order. For example, we will share necessary information with FedEx so that they may deliver your order. If you establish an account with CaliforniaOrganicFlowers.com we will give you the option of receiving our newsletter and periodic updates. You may unsubscribe to these at any time. You will receive certain administrative emails which you can not opt out of including registration confirmation, confirmation of your order and shipping information about your order.
Your IP address may be used to help tract trends, and click patterns. IP addresses contain no personal, identifiable information.
We may use marketing organizations to collect anonymous information to record web traffic, advertisement effectiveness, click throughs and other web activities. No personal, identifiable information is shared with any other organization.
We use industry standard Secured Socket Layers encryption for the transmission of data to our servers. This technology protects your personal and credit card information from theft through the excellent services of Skip Jack Transaction Network. Although we take great strides to protect your information, we may not be able to prevent unauthorized access and you agree to not hold COF liable for such theft.
Updating Personal Information
You may at any time update your personal information by clicking on My Account. You may also call COF at 530.891.6265, from 9am-5pm PST.
We may have links to other third party vendors on our site. We encourage you to check the privacy policies of these vendors as CaliforniaOrganicFlowers.com is not responsible for the privacy policies of other sites.
Federal Law Limits Your Liability
Federal law limits an individual's liability if their credit card information should ever fall into the wrong hands. Under the Fair Credit Billing Act of 1975, you may dispute the charges on your account with your credit card company and temporarily withhold payment while they investigate the situation. Even if you creditor disagrees that unauthorized purchases were made, you're generally only liable for the first $50.00 of fraudulent charges.
Notification of Changes
Last Updated: September 27, 2005