We are committed to protecting your privacy.
If you subscribe to any of our RSS feeds, email lists or newsletters, your information will be privately stored by our list and feed facilitators, providing us permission to contact you whenever we release information through these respective channels.
We don't appreciate spam, and we want subscribers who appreciate receiving our content. We do not auto-subscribe anyone, not even our clients to these lists. You will always be free to unsubscribe from any of these lists at any time. Our lists will never be shared or sold to other companies.
We do not publish print brochures or catalogs, and do not maintain any postal mailing lists. We will not provide lists to anyone.
When you contact us, we will use the e-mail address(es) and/or phone number(s) you provided to Evenfall Studios for communications related to your inquiry.
If you become our client by purchasing from us, we will collect and use your personal information to transact business and process your order(s). We do not sell, lend or otherwise communicate your private information with any third party. We never will with few exceptions: PayPal, our payment processer, will collect your personal information and through the purchasing process, will share it with us, and we need to provide your shipping information, including your telephone number to facilitate your shipment, as required by our vendors and shippers.
We store information pertaining to all orders on our servers and computers. This information is kept secure using data encryption.
We do not directly collect credit card or banking information. Information used such as credit, debit, or other banking information is communicated via SSL that is 128 bit encrypted from your web browser to PayPal. We cannot manually process card purchases directly, in-house.
During your purchase in our web store, your visit will be directed from our website to PayPal.com to complete your purchases. This portion of your purchase is secured by 128 bit encryption and very secure. PayPal's servers will write one or more small text files to your browser. These are called cookies. These cookies are use by PayPal to help securely identify you, helping facilitate and complete your purchases.