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Privacy and Security Policy

No one hates spam as much as we do and would never sell or give away your email address to another party for any reason. Invitations Galore respects and wants to protect the privacy of our users. We do not sell, rent, or loan any identifiable information regarding our customers to any third party. Any personal information you give us will not be given to other third parties without your consent

We collect information for order fulfillment purposes only. We use a secure order form using SSL encryption for credit card entry.* We will not give or sell your information to anyone for any reason. We will make every possible effort to ensure your privacy. The privacy of our visitors is of paramount importance to us.

Order Form

Our site uses an order form for customers to order our products. We collect visitor's contact information (like their email address) and financial information (credit card numbers) long enough to process their orders, then the credit card information is purged. Contact information from the order form is used to send orders and information about our company to our customers. The customer's contact information is also used to get in touch with them when necessary. Financial information that is collected is used to bill the user for products and services only. Visitors who purchase our products, and become clients are entered into our client database. The client information is used solely for billing purposes and for notifying the client of updates to services, specials, and other information of interest. The Information in the client database is not available for sale or other use by anyone outside of InvitationsGalore.com. Similarly, the information of all visitors who complete our survey or sign up for our monthly drawing is never made available outside of InvitationsGalore.com.

* What is SSL encryption and how does it make a transaction secure? In order to conduct transactions on the internet, sensitive information such as credit card data must be sent securely between the user's web browser and the server hosting the website they are trying to purchase from . This is accomplished using an SSL ("Secure Sockets Layer") certificate. When a web browser tries to access a secure webpage, the server first sends what is called a "public key" to the browser along with the SSL certificate. Using their public key, the browser then generates a "private key," or an encryption key, which is sent back to the server with the secure URL that the browser would like to access. The server then uses this encryption key to securely encrypt all data that is subsequently sent to the browser. Because this key is generated on the fly by the browser, the encryption method is unique between each browser and the server, ensuring that only one key can encrypt the data, and only one key can decrypt the data. This ensures that all information that is sent to the server is secured, so you can rest easy knowing that your personal information is safe. Our SSL certificate uses 256 -bit encryption.