Who we are
How we collect your information
Simply put, we ask you. When you make a purchase, we will ask you if you’re in our system and, if you’re not, whether you want to be. If you do, great! We’ll enter your name and email address, as well as anything else you may want us to have, into our system. Usually, we’re asking so we can email you a copy of your receipt instead of printing it because we try to be as green as possible, and reducing the amount of paper in your wallet or purse is a small step in that direction. You’ll also start receiving our monthly newsletter and special promos. We’ll never spam your inbox, and you’ll always have the option to unsubcribe from our mailing list whenever you please.
Beadworks also ships from our stores, so if you have ever asked us to ship something to you in the past, we’ll have your mailing address stored in our system. If you are a part of our Wholesale Program, we will ask for your mailing address so that we may send you invitations to our Gem Shows. One thing we will never store on file is your credit card information, even if you have willingly provided it to us for phone orders.
What we do with your information
We’ll send you monthly newsletters, special offers, and digital receipts. As we’ve mentioned above, we’ll never spam you and you’re always welcome to unsubscribe any time.
We do not share your information with anyone, nor will we ever sell your information to third parties.
If at any point you want to know what information we have, you can always email us at email@example.com. You can also contact us via phone or email to update your information, correct any mistakes, or if you have any questions about how we use your information that isn’t covered on this page.
You may, at any point in time, contact us to remove yourself from our mailing lists or completely remove your account from our store. We’ll be sad to see you go, but we understand you’re moving, you’re no longer interested in our newsletters, or you’re not interested in gemstones, beads, and jewelry-making anymore.