In an effort to provide the best service we may collect information about you, our customers. Your privacy matters to us and below we outline what information we will and will not collect, how we use it, and what your rights are in respect of viewing, changing and correcting it.
When we offer services such as email newsletters, you can provide information to us. This is optional during checkout.
Traffic Data - We track activity on the site, however we do not identify you personally.
What we do with the data collected
We may share the traffic data (not the customer specific information) with third parties such as advertisers or business partners.
The information is hosted by a service provider, who is, according to our agreement with them, unable to use the information.
Your customer specific information will only be shared with third parties we are required to do so by law.
Use of customer specific information for your benefit
The purpose of collecting customer specific information, such as when you create an account on Mr Positive, is to make our site easy to use and work for you. Therefore we may use this data for the following purposes:
So we can help you if you have forgotten your password.
So we can process any transactions you make.
So we can provide any other services you have requested.
So we can offer relevant information given your interests and preferences.
So we can undertake research, including market, promotional and marketing research.
And for any other purposes (only if you have given express permission).
Subscribing and unsubscribing to services
You have the right at any time to subscribe or unsubscribe to any of our member services such as newsletters. To facilitate this we offer the ability to unsubscribe on our newsletter emails and on our website.
Cookies and your privacy
A cookie is a tiny file that sits on your computer and is recognised by our server when you visit the site. This cookie provide details of your IP address, the browser that you use, the computer platform that you use (e.g. Windows or Mac), and the domain you are accessing our sites from.
This info helps us by:
Allowing you to enter certain site member services without logging in each time.
Ensuring that you are being shown the most relevant content.
You can turn cookies off in your internet browser (click Help on your browser to find out how to do this, and type in "Block Cookies") or by deleting them from your hard drive.
You'r right to access your information
As per the Privacy Act of 1993 you have the right to access and correct your personal information. To find out more about how to do this, please contact us.