Who are we?
Our website address is: spellboundbrush.com
You may have also accessed this website by typing in: titoland.com -or- tiffanysrealm.com -or- ancientwisdomoracle.com
Or, like, honestly, I don't even know how you got here. I'm not a mind reader. We accept no responsibility for internet wormholes, Google deep-dives, or other digital phenomena that may have brought you to this website.
What do we collect?
When visitors leave comments on the site we collect personal information, like name, e-mail address, and IP address. This is to help detect and eliminate spam.
When visitors place an order, we collect personal information, like name, e-mail address, phone number, physical and billing address, and IP address. This information is used only to fulfill orders.
When visitors use a contact form, they may supply their name, e-mail address, and other personal identifying information at their own discretion. We only use this information to respond and answer your query appropriately.
When visitors use this website, leave comments, or place orders, cookies may be set in your browser. These cookies are only used to help track internal website traffic and to save you time while filling in your name and e-mail address when commenting. We do not track you when you leave this site, and tracking information is only used to help us understand which paintings are popular and how to best target ads to share Tiffany's work.
EMBEDDED CONTENT FROM OTHER SITES
Occasionally you may encounter embedded content from other websites, eg: videos from YouTube, photos from Instagram, tweets from Twitter, etc. This material behaves as if you had visited those websites. Those websites may collect personal data, embed cookies, utilize 3rd party tracking, and monitor your interactions with that content, particularly if you have an account on that website and are logged in.
We use Facebook Pixel to understand who is browsing our website and what they're interested in. This information is used by us to create better ad campaigns to spread Tiffany's work to more people who would like to see it. Facebook Pixel may collect your name, e-mail address, location, etc.
Who do we share it with?
We use Shopify to host this website. PayPal and Shopify handle our payments. We ship via Pirate Ship. We use Facebook Pixel to target advertising. We do not sell customer data.
HOW LONG DO WE STORE YOUR DATA?
Your data, whether left behind as a comment, or sent to us in an order, is stored indefinitely. Your comment and associated data will be stored until it is deleted or this website no longer exists. Your order information is stored for a period of ten years for administrative, legal, tax, and security purposes.
We never receive, and do not store, your credit card information.
We reserve the right to delete comments and other content created by visitors at our discretion, whenever we want.
WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE OVER YOUR DATA?
If you have left comments on this website, you may delete them or request that we delete them at any time. We will also erase any personal data we have collected about you at your request, except for data we are required to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes. The Tax Man likes the records, yup yup.
WHERE DO WE SEND YOUR DATA?
Some data is stored on servers owned and operated by Shopify(eg: comments and orders). Your payment information may be stored by PayPal if you opt-in on those websites. Order information is stored in the Hall of Records (aka the file cabinets in the studio bathroom). We send some data to Shopify when you sign up for the newsletter, like your name and e-mail address, which you provided.
HOW DO WE PROTECT YOUR DATA?
WHAT DATA BREACH PROCEDURES DO WE HAVE IN PLACE?
Generally, we don't have any information on hand that isn't publicly available, such as your address. We don't have access to credit card information and any concerns you have about that will have to be taken up with PayPal. We don't store credit card information. We don't have your SSN or anything anyone couldn't find in the phone book. If we had a data breach, it would be the most useless data breach in the history of the world.