Privacy Policy

3dRender Ltd. GDPR Privacy Policy

1. Your data administrator on this website.
Your data manager on www.3drender.co.uk is 3dRender Limited’s Tim Barrett based at our company address in the UK.
You can contact us by contact form, send us an email to info@3drender.co.uk, or calling us on +44 2899041.

2. The data we collect.
We are collecting: Username, encrypted password, email address, billing data, shipping data, ip address, tax information and customer notes that are passed by our clients during the ordering process.

3. Why  we collect your data.
We collect your data in order to process orders from our store, send you information about your orders and our products.

4. How we collect your data.
We are collecting your data only when you provide it to us. When you order items from our store, when you pay for orders and when you create an account on our website.

5. Information we collect about you from others.
During the ordering process we may receive information about you from PayPal, our payment provider.

6. How we use your data.
We use your data to supply you with the products you purchase from us.
Verifying your identity when you log in to our website.
Responding to your emails and helping to provide answers to your questions.
For purposes which are required by law.

7. Who can we pass or disclosure your data to.
We can pass your data to PayPal in order to process your payment.

8. How long your data is stored.
We keep your data as long as you have a registered account on our website www.3drender.co.uk. If you decide to delete your account, all of your data will be removed.

9. How is your data protected.
All of your data is stored on encrypted servers that are provided by our web hosting company WP Engine at www.wpengine.com. To manage your data we use the industry standard WordPress and WooCommerce platforms.

10. What are your rights.
You have full authority to manage your data with us.
You can edit your data by logging into your account.
You can fully delete all of your data from our system by deleting your account.

11. Cookies
Cookies are small pieces of data that your browser saves on your device and our website to allow us to provide a better user experience.
Our website uses cookies for two reasons. One is to store local settings such as your cart content. The other is Google Analytics data. Google Analytics data helps us to understand how clients navigate within our website and how they found us (using a Google search etc.).
You can block usage of cookies locally, in your browser settings.

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