The Jewelry Hut accept the following form of payment for your purchases:
The Jewelry Hut does not accept personal checks as payment method for jewelry purchases.
The Jewelry Hut, Inc.
PO Box 234805
Great Neck, NY 11023
Thank you, we look forward to serving you.
Privacy and Security
At PayPal, They value the trust you have placed in then using their services to conduct your transactions online. Because your relationship with PayPal is financial in nature, the protection of your privacy and prompt resolution of your questions is particularly important to The Jewelry Hut and PayPal.
It is Paypalís policy to maintain confidentiality over your personal information. Neither PayPal nor The Jewelry Hut will sell or rent your personal information to third parties for their marketing purposes without your explicit consent.
Contents of this notice:
- How does Paypal safeguard your personal information?
- What personal information does PayPal collect?
- To what parties does PayPal disclose personal information?
- What are your privacy choices?
- What should you do in case of errors or questions about electronic transfer?
How does Paypal safeguard your personal information?
- PayPal automatically encrypts your personal information in transit from your computer to PayPalís server using the Secure Sockets Layer protocol, SSL, with an encryption of 128-bits. Before you register or log in to PayPalís web site, PayPalís server checks that you are using an approved browser, one that uses SSL 3.0 or higher.
- Once your information reaches PayPal, it resides on a server that is heavily protected. PayPal maintains physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards on your information.
- Only authorized employees are permitted to access customer information. Authorized employees have been trained on how to handle information properly and are subject to strict limitations and guidelines in the handling of that information. Only a very small subset of authorized employees is ever permitted to access customer credit card or bank account numbers.
What personal information does PayPal collect?
Information PayPal receive from you.
- When you open a PayPal account , PayPal require certain information, such as your names, address, phone number, and email address.
- When you send, receive or request a payment through PayPal, PayPal collects information needed to provide the service or establish that you qualify for such features or products. For Example, if you enroll in the PayPal Money Market Fund, PayPal is required by law to collect your social security number, SSN, and date of birth.
- When PayPal can not verify the information you provide online, PayPal may ask you to send them additional information, such as your driverís license or recent utility bill, or confirm your location through an automated phone back process. This verification process is necessary in order to safeguard your account against potential fraud.
- When you sign up for a business pr premier account or if you send or receive high overall payment volumes through PayPal, PayPal request supplemental information about your business, such as the type of goods you sell and your customer service contact information.
Information About you from third parties.
- When you add a credit card or debit card, PayPal use card authorization and fraud screening services to verify the information you provide.
- If you receive high overall payment volumes through PayPal, PayPal may do a background check or obtain information about you from a credit bureau or a business information service such as Dun & Bradstreet.
- PayPal may receive personal information about you from a PayPal subsidiary and affiliated companies to provide integrated customer support, to violations of the PayPal User Agreement.
To what parties does PayPal disclose personal information?
- Other PayPal members. The Jewelry Hut name, email address, date of sign up, the number of payments you have received from a Verified PayPal Customers and The Jewelry Hut Verification status are available to other members that The Jewelry Hut send money to or receive money from. If you are buying goods or services, you may choose to reveal your shipping address to complete the transaction. As always, PayPal never reveal The Jewelry Hut financial information to other PayPal members, unless required to do so by law.
- Card Authorization and Fraud screening Services. If you add a credit card or a debit card to your PayPal account, PayPal will use these services to verify that your card information and address match the information that you supplied to PayPal and that the card has not been reported loss or stolen.
- Other eBay Corporate entities. PayPal may disclose personal information to other eBay corporate entities to process payments and provide integrated customer support related to eBay transactions, as well as to investigate potential fraud, illegal activities or violation of PayPal User Agreement.
- Companies with whom PayPal jointly offer products. If you sign up for a co-branded version of PayPal, PayPal will share only the minimum information to provide enhanced integration between PayPalís and the partnerís services.
PayPal may provide personal information to companies that co-marketed or ďprivate labelĒ products and services with PayPal. For example, PayPal disclose information to Providian National Bank, the issuer of PayPal Visa credit cards, to determine customersí eligibility for the PayPal Visa credit card. PayPal does not reveal financial information, such as credit card or checking account information, to these companies.
- Agencies or authorities with whom we are legally required to cooperate. PayPal may disclose information during the investigation of fraud or illegal activity. For example, PayPal may disclose personal information in response to a subpoena, warrant, court order, or comparable legal process.
What are your privacy choices?
- You have the ability to view or update your personal information and credit card or checking account information any time by logging in to your PayPal account and clicking the Profile sub tab of the My Account tab.
- You have choices in the types of communications you wish to receive from PayPal. When you opened a PayPal account, your notification preferences were set to receive the PayPal Periodical and Product Updates, and Invitations to Customer Surveys. To change these notification settings or to opt-in to other notifications, please log in to your account, click Profile sub tab of My Account tab, and then click the Notifications link in the Account information column.
- You have the choice of closing your PayPal account. If you choose to close your account, PayPal will mark your account in their database as closed but will keep your personal information in PayPal database. Your information will be used only for fraud prevention, to assist law enforcement, or as permitted by law.
- If you have any other questions about PayPalís privacy practices, please feel free to contact PayPal by clicking the Contact Us link in the footer of every page of the PayPal web site.
What should you do in case of errors or questions about electronic transfer?
A record of all your transactions is available online in your Account History, and PayPal encourage you to review this log regularly. If you think your Account History or a transaction receipt is wrong, or if you need more information about a transfer listed on the Account History or Receipt, contact PayPal as soon as you can. In case of errors or questions about your electronic transfers including any debit card claims, you may email PayPal by clicking the Contact Us link in the footer of evry page on PayPal web site. PayPal must hear from you no later than 60 days after PayPal sent you the first receipt or notice on which the problem or error appeared.
If you contact PayPal to report a possible error or question:
- Tell PayPal your Name and email address.
- Describe the error or the transfer you are unsure about, and explain why you believe it is an error or why you need more information.
- Tell PayPal the amount of the suspected error.
If you tell PayPal orally, They may require that you send PayPal your complaint or question in writing within 10 business days.
PayPal will determine whether an error occurred within 10 business days after PayPal hears from you and will correct any error promptly. If PayPal need more time, however, they may take up to 45 days to investigate your complaint or question. If PayPal decides to do this, PayPal will credit your account within 10 business days for the amount you think is in error, so that you will have the use of the money during the time it takes PayPal to complete their investigation. If PayPal ask you to put your complaint or question in writing and they do not receive it within 10 business days, PayPal may not credit your account.
PayPal will tell you the results within three business days after completing their investigation.
If PayPal decides that there was no error, they will send you a written explanation.