Privacy Policy & Security

Author: Admin  


In this section, it is contain our privacy policy and website security information as below:

Privacy Policy

We value your privacy as much as you do. This is why we will not sell or rent any customer information to any other company or business.

We gather two types of information about you. The first is the same information that most web sites gather when you visit, it is the information about what link you used to get to our site, search engine or banner ad. Also your IP address and the browser you are using. The second type of information is the information that you provide while placing an order.

When you provide us with personal details (including but not limited to) your name and contact details, the information will be used as permitted by you and only for legitimate business reasons and we have established policies and procedures to ensure that all your personal information is handled in accordance with the law.

So that we can fulfil your order and generally provide products and/or services to you, we may ask for personal details such as your name, address, telephone number, email address, merchandise information (purchases, orders etc), method of payment, and/or your preferences.

All information collected is generally used to: provide goods and/or services to you; deliver products or services to you; complete other transactions with you or on your behalf; protect against fraud or theft; and provide offers that are of greater interest or benefit to you.  

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Copyright & Trademark

All contents of the Online Shop, including but not limited to, text, graphics, logos, button icons, photographs, images, data compilations and software are owned by us.

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Website Security

Pro50Parts Online Shop is secured by GeoTrust.


When you submit an order from your computer, it is encrypted so that no one else can read the private information. The information is then decoded when it enters our server keeping your information safe.

You can tell you are using a secure page by the unbroken key or closed lock, depending on your browser, at the lower left hand corner of your browser window. It is similar like this image below:

Also, when you enter a secure page the site address will change from "http://" to "https://".

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