Privacy Policy

 
We take great measures to protect and assure your privacy. While the full text of our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions can be read any time, here's a plain English summary

ChessHouse.com Accounts
When you place an order and register with ChessHouse.com the standard information necessary to process your order is collected and stored securely. This includes your name and address, billing and shipping information, phone number, email address, and payment details. In addition we will store information such as which site referred you and the IP address of your computer. This information is used solely for the fulfillment of your orders, to prevent fraud, and for internal statistical analysis. None of your personal information will ever be shared, given, or sold to any third party.

ChessHouse.com Opt-in Newsletter
When you subscribe to email newsletter and offers, your email address, name, IP address, referring site, and time you signup is collected. These details are held securely and never shared, given, or sold to any third party. Our newsletter is opt-in. This means you either specifically requested to be added to the newsletter or you placed an order and chose to opt-in at that stage. If at any time you wish to be removed from the newsletter, simple click opt-out is provided in the newsletter for immediate removal.

Security

 
Shopping at ChessHouse.com is safe and secure. This website is PCI compliant and protected with SSL (secure socket layer) encryption, the standard in Internet security. Whenever you enter personal information and payment information you can be assured that this information is securely transacted and safeguarded on secure servers.

For extra security we do not save your credit card information visibly in any location. There is an option to store your masked credit card details securely on file for 30 days for future use.

You can be assured of secure order when the yellow lock symbol appears in your browser and when checkout pages indicate "https://" instead of "http://" in the website address bar.