Loupe Images does not sell or rent information about our customers to any third parties. All information supplied to us, including your email address and telephone number, is used for internal purposes only, in order to inform you of the latest news, promotions and updated website information. We also use your account information to personalize content and the services offered to you. Your website activity is anonymously recorded in order to improve the functionality of the site and our service. Any payment information submitted to Loupe Images is retained in an offline database.
Cookies are used by the website only to establish your user ID when you login to the site so you do not have to resubmit your user ID and password. A cookie is a small file that is downloaded from this site into your hard drive automatically.
Loupe Images will periodically send email updates regarding new features, books, trade fairs or website information that may be of interest to you. If you do not wish to receive these emails, please reply to the sender and you will be removed from future lists.
If you decide at any time to opt out of our email list, there are three ways you can be removed:
- Click the reply button on any email from us and type 'Remove' in the subject line.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org (be sure to include the email address you wish to have removed and allow 72 hours for removal).
- "Contact Us" and ask to be removed from our list.
Whichever way you choose, as soon as we get the word from you, we'll remove you from the list.
Every time you buy from our site or register using your credit card number we ensure that your online credit and debit card transactions are secure by using industry-standard SSL (secure socket layer) encryption technology. In the event of unauthorized use of your credit or debit card, most banks and card issuers either cover all your potential charges or in some cases may limit your liability to £50. Please bear in mind, that in the event of unauthorized use of your credit or debit card, you must notify your card provider in accordance with its reporting rules and procedure