What information do we collect?
When you become a customer at Shirley Paris Jewellery, we take down information in order to contact you about your commission or repair. This includes;
- Your name
- Email Address
- Home or Mobile number
How we protect your personal information
It is essential to us that the personal information you provide us with is protected at all costs. We store your information securely on our premises.
How we use your information?
Once you have commissioned us to make a piece of jewellery, we will use your phone number or email to contact you once the piece is ready. We provide customers with an insurance replacement valuation form, for which we require an address. We also use your information for marketing purposes. Once you have become a customer of ours, and with your consent, we will contact you about new products and news from our team here at Shirley Paris Jewellery. Please feel free to withdraw consent for marketing. We ask for the minimum amount of information required, in other words we only ask of you what we require to aid your order from us. We will never share your information with a third party, unless we are sending you something in which case we will pass your address on to a courier. We will only use your information in the circumstances stated above.
How we contact you?
We would like to send you information about products and services of ours, which may be of interest to you.
Access to your information
We do not have access to or facilities to store credit card details.
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