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We at Theology Attire have the ambition to always be completely transparent with what information we collect and how we use it, as well as to do this in accordance with current legislation. Here is a summary of what data is collected, why we collect it, and how to contact us if you want to know more.
What is a cookie?
When using theologyattire.com, we collect data relating to your visit in the form of cookies. A cookie is a text file that is stored in your browser, giving us information about what parts of our page you visited, and if you added something to your shopping cart. Cookies are anonymous in the way that no personal information is associated with them.
How do I get rid of cookies?
You can block cookies in your browser, and you can also see a list of which cookies are saved and delete them.
Cookies from third parties?
Collection of Personal Data When Buying
We save personal information in the form of name, contact details and address in order to fulfill our commitment to you as a customer when ordering. The legal basis for this collection is the terms and conditions of the purchase. These data are shared with our warehouse and logistics partners in order to fulfill the order. We also save your order history to handle returns and complaints.
Collection of Personal Data for Email Marketing
If you have agreed on receiving news and offers by e-mail when making a purchase, or filled in the form to receive newsletters, we will save your e-mail in our newsletter register. The legal basis for this collection is consent. We use this registry to send out relevant information about news and offers. You can at any time decline to receive more mailings and be removed from our email registry by unsubscribing via the link in the emails.
Information about saved personal data
To find out what information we have saved about you or to revoke consent, contact email@example.com. You may also request changes to information and object to registration.