At New Zealand Kiwiplus Online Shopping, our goal is to offer you a level of personalised service you won't find anywhere else. New Zealand Kiwiplus Online Shopping respects and protects the privacy of our customers and everyone who visits our site. This privacy statement is intended to let you know what information we typically gather - and how we intend to use it.
The Information We Gather
As a matter of practice, we collect the domain name, Uniform Resource Locator (URL), and Internet Protocol (IP) address of visitors to our website. In addition, New Zealand Kiwiplus Online Shopping collects aggregate information on what pages customers' access or visit, as well as opt-in information volunteered through surveys, e-mails, or site registrations.
What We Do With It - And What We Don't
We use the information we collect to improve the content of our website. Where appropriate, we share aggregate statistical information with our business partners. These statistics do not include any personally identifying information.
External Links, Affiliates, and Subsidiary Sites
Our site contains links to external Internet sites, as well as New Zealand Kiwiplus Online Shopping affiliate and subsidiary websites, which may have privacy practices that differ from those at www.kiwiplus.co.nz. When you click on links that take you to such sites, you will be subject to their privacy policies, and we encourage you to become familiar with that party's privacy policies, as these may differ from those utilised on our site. Please note that this privacy statement applies solely to information collected by New Zealand Kiwiplus Online Shopping on our site and does not reflect New Zealand Kiwiplus Online Shopping offline privacy and/or offline information gathering and maintenance policies. While New Zealand Kiwiplus Online Shopping strongly supports the protection of privacy on the Internet, we cannot be responsible for the privacy practices of other websites, uses of the information collected by other websites, or the content of those other websites.
Who to Contact With Questions
You are responsible for protecting information and systems on your premises. If you are concerned about the security of information in these systems, you should contact your Information Technology (IT) Department. When these systems are provided by us, we provide tools to facilitate these efforts to meet your business needs. If you feel that this website is not following its stated information policy, you may contact us.