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Valuing Customer Privacy

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How Do You Protect My Privacy?

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Bubbles Bodywear is sensitive to the privacy needs of our customers, especially as technology finds its way into every aspect of our lives. We take great strides to ensure the privacy of our customers who choose to shop with Bubbles Bodywear. Three ways we protect your privacy...

 

FIRST:

There are no markings or company logos on our packages. Although we sell lots of products like fashion accessories, tights, men's underwear and more, we know that our specialty in padded underwear is what the Bubbles name is truly known for. And since Bubbles should be our little secret, your purchase will arrive in a plain, unmarked mailer.

 

SECOND:

We do not sell customer information, including email addresses to anyone, ever!

 

THIRD:

We protect your privacy on our website. Before you enter your credit card into any website online, make sure that the page is heavily encrypted. We use the strongest encryption available today. The LoveMyBubbles.com checkout process is 100% secure and protected by THAWTE, the leading global Certification Authority. Click here to view our security certificate.

When asked for your credit card on our website, you will see a green padlock icon in the address bar of your browser. Click on it! You will see the verification of this encryption and all our company details. Oh, and did we mention that we are a proud accredited member of the BBB with an A+ rating? You can't beat that!

Make sure that on any website you visit, the highest level of SSL encryption available is in use, indicated by a green padlock in your address bar:

 


 

If you have further questions or concerns, please review our complete Privacy Policy.


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Views: 3698 Created on: Apr 04, 2014
Date updated: Oct 10, 2014
Posted in: Other
Tagged: privacy, safe, SSL


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