PHROOM only uses the information you provide (your name, address, phone number, credit card number etc) to process your order and to update our administration. This information is not used for any purpose of a commercial or non-commercial nature without your prior permission.
The shop software may employ cookies to keep track of your shopping cart during your shopping session and to register your name and address for the next time you visit the site. These cookies are not used to store your credit card details.
It is our intention to make your Internet visit as safe as possible. This is to ensure that the risk of theft, manipulation and any other alteration of information that you may leave with us is reduced to a minimum.
Wait, what’s a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is set on your device where bits of information are stored on how you use the sites you visit. Cookies are an extremely common technology used by the great majority of modern websites worldwide.
First-party cookies are set by the owner of a website; third-party cookies are set by third-party services used on that website. Cookies are generally used either to improve your user experience by remembering your settings or data (e.g. your inbox credentials, so you don’t have to log in every time you access it); or to anonymously collect information about your interests and serve you ads that are relevant to your preferences. To read more about cookies, see aboutcookies.org or allaboutcookies.org
What cookies do you use on PHROOM?
Please note that any information is stored in such a way that no one is identified personally. The only case in which we collect personal information through our website – and more precisely, your email address – is when you sign up for our newsletter.
Can I prevent cookies from being set on my device?
Yes, you can, however please keep in mind that cookies are simply used to help us improve our content, and that the information collected through cookies is anonymous.
The process of blocking cookies varies from browser to browser – see this link for details on how to proceed with the most common browsers (including Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox).
How to disable third party cookies