Indigo Furniture Privacy Policy - About Us

Privacy policy

We are committed to protecting your privacy. We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully (in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998). Our site uses technology to help us to better understand our customers, such as the tracking of behaviours in relation to our site. You are able to set your computer up to prevent the use of cookies. We only collect information that we require to process your order, unless you choose to provide extra information for marketing purposes.

Details we keep on file include your name, address, e-mail, your purchase details, your specified areas of interest (where applicable) and where you heard about Indigo Furniture Ltd. From time to time we will contact you to inform you of new products, promotions and news from Indigo Furniture Ltd, its affiliated or associated companies. If you would prefer not to receive such information from Indigo Furniture Ltd please notify us by calling 01629 581800. The personal information that we hold is held securely in accordance with the legal provisions under English law concerning data protection. If you have any questions about the above please e-mail us at privacy@indigofurniture.co.uk

This policy may be updated from time to time at the sole discretion of Indigo.

Security

All our online payment transactions are taken through SagePay.

SagePay provides very high levels of internet and physical security to ensure sensitive information is never compromised, their web site can be viewed at www.sagepay.com. SagePay is designed so that we don’t hold any sensitive information on our site, should anyone gain unauthorised access to our database the information they obtain will not allow them to recover credit card details or other sensitive information.

Credit/debit card details are secured within 128-bit encrypted sessions. Sensitive information is stored on a heavily encrypted database that is protected by multiple government approved firewalls. Additional security measures include a security key that is used to produce an MD5 hash value. Hash values are often used as digital signatures as they cannot be reversed to obtain the original information. They allow the receiver to validate that the information received is identical to that sent.