Terms & Conditions in short
- By ordering any of our products, you agree to be bound by these terms & conditions.
- By placing an order at Arty McGoo, LLC., you warrant that you are at least 18 years old or have parents’ permission to buy from us.
- All personal information you provide us with or that we obtain will be handled by Arty McGoo, LLC. as responsible for the personal information.
- Events outside Arty McGoo, LLC.’s control shall be considered force majeure.
- The price applicable is that set at the date on which you place your order.
- Shipping costs and payment fees are recognized before confirming the purchase.
- Card information is transmitted over secure SSL encryption and is not stored.
- Please note that local charges may occur.
- Arty McGoo, LLC. reserves the right to amend any information without prior notice.
The Arty McGoo app is available for free in the Google Play and Apple App Store. The app is a mirror of the artymcgoo.com website and feed in pages and content directly from the website. The app and website share the same Terms & Conditions, information about Personal Information, Data Retention and Deletion Policy and other details listed below.
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Terms & Conditions
This page contains the terms & conditions. Please read these terms & conditions carefully before ordering any products from us. You should understand that by ordering any of our products, you agree to be bound by these terms & conditions.
By placing an order at Arty McGoo, LLC., you warrant that you are at least 18 years old (or have parents’ permission to buy from us) and accept these terms & conditions which shall apply to all orders placed or to be placed at Arty McGoo, LLC. for the sale and supply of any products. None of these terms & conditions affect your statutory rights. No other terms or changes to the terms & conditions shall be binding unless agreed in writing signed by us.
All personal information you provide us with or that we obtain will be handled by Arty McGoo, LLC. as responsible for the personal information. The personal information you provide will be used to ensure deliveries to you, the credit assessment, to provide offers and information on our catalog to you. The information you provide is only available to Arty McGoo, LLC. and will not be shared with other third parties. You have the right to inspect the information held about you. You always have the right to request Arty McGoo, LLC. to delete or correct the information held about you. By accepting the Arty McGoo, LLC. Conditions, you agree to the above.
Events outside Arty McGoo, LLC.’s control, which is not reasonably foreseeable, shall be considered force majeure, meaning that Arty McGoo, LLC. is released from Arty McGoo, LLC.’s obligations to fulfill contractual agreements. Example of such events are government action or omission, new or amended legislation, conflict, embargo, fire or flood, sabotage, accident, war, natural disasters, strikes or lack of delivery from suppliers. The force majeure also includes government decisions that affect the market negatively and products, for example, restrictions, warnings, ban, etc.
All products remain Arty McGoo, LLC.’s property until full payment is made. The price applicable is that set at the date on which you place your order. Shipping costs and payment fees are recognized before confirming the purchase. If you are under 18 years old you must have parents’ permission to buy from Arty McGoo, LLC.
All transfers conducted through Arty McGoo, LLC. are handled and transacted through third party dedicated gateways to guarantee your protection. Card information is not stored and all card information is handled over SSL encryption. Please read the terms & conditions for the payment gateway chosen for the transaction as they are responsible for the transactions made.
Please note that local charges (sales tax, customs duty) may occur, depending on your region and local customs duties. These charges are at the customers own expense.
The first type of cookie commonly used is “Session Cookies”. During the time you visit the website, our web server assigns your browser a unique identifier string so as not to confuse you with other visitors. A “Session Cookie” is never stored permanently on your computer and disappears when you close your browser. To use Arty McGoo, LLC. without troubles you need to have cookies enabled.
The second type of cookie saves a file permanently on your computer. This type of cookie is used to track how visitors move around on the website. This is only used to offer visitors better services and support. The text files can be deleted. On Arty McGoo, LLC. we use this type of cookie to keep track of your shopping cart and to keep statistics of our visitors. The information stored on your computer is only a unique number, without any connection to personal information.
Arty McGoo, LLC. reserves the right to amend any information, including but not limited to prices, technical specifications, terms of purchase and product offerings without prior notice. At the event of when a product is sold out, Arty McGoo, LLC. has the right to cancel the order and refund any amount paid in the best way. Vasuma shall also notify the customer of equivalent replacement products if available.
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You are entitled to an exchange or refund within 14 days of your purchase. Please note that the product must be returned unused, in original packaging including all tags. In case of refund neither the original shipping cost nor the return shipping cost will be repaid. You can find the return address under artymcgoo.com/contact.
As of October 11, 2019 PayPal will not refund fees from payment transactions. As a result any refunds for subscriptions or products purchases made with the PayPal payment method will not include processing fees charged by PayPal. Please see the PayPal User Agreement for more information.
Data Retention and Deletion Policy
The purpose of this policy is to define the activities associated with the provision of data retention and destruction plans and programs that protect Arty McGoo, LLC. information systems, networks, data, databases and other information assets. Additional policies governing data management activities will be addressed separately.
The scope of this data retention and destruction policy is all information technology systems, software, databases, applications and network resources needed by the Company to conduct its business. The policy is applicable to all Company employees, contractors and other authorized third-party organizations.
Statement of Compliance
This policy is designed to be compliant with the U.S. Data Protection Act of 1998, Freedom of Information Act of 2000, Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003, Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act in Canada, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, and Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation.
Data retention and destruction policy compliance is managed by the IT department, with support from Arty McGoo, LLC. department leadership and subject matter experts. To achieve compliance, data retention and destruction programs must include appropriate procedures, and identify staffing and technology resources to meet compliance requirements. Compliance verification (especially for data destruction) is performed monthly by the IT department, internal audit or other appropriate entity.
The Information Technology (IT) department is responsible for managing all data retention and destruction activities for the Company. Other departments, such as Finance and Accounting, Operations and Human Resources, are also responsible for providing the IT department with their requirements for data retention and destruction. The IT department is responsible for developing, executing and periodically testing data retention and destruction procedures. The IT department also acknowledges it will comply with appropriate industry standards for data retention and destruction in its activities.
- The company shall develop comprehensive data retention and destruction plans in accordance with good data management practices as defined by established standards.
- Data retention and destruction activities shall be performed as part of the company’s data management program, which administers and manages the overall technology data management program, which includes:
- Planning and design of data retention and destruction activities;
- Identification of data retention and destruction teams, defining their roles and responsibilities and ensuring they are properly trained and prepared to perform their duties;
- Planning, design and documentation of data retention and destruction plans;
- Scheduling of updates to data retention and destruction risk analyses;
- Planning and delivery of awareness and training activities for employees and data retention and destruction team members;
- Planning and execution of data retention and destruction plan exercises;
- Designing and implementing data retention and destruction maintenance activities to ensure that plans are up to date and ready for use;
- Preparing for management review and auditing of data retention and destruction plan(s); and
- Planning and implementation of continuous improvement activities for data retention and destruction activities and plans.
- Formal risk assessments (RAs) and business impact analyses (BIAs) shall include requirements for data retention and destruction activities; RAs and BIAs shall be updated at least annually to ensure they are in alignment with the business and its technology requirements.
- Data retention and destruction plans shall address electronic data stored on electronic media such as CDs, hard disk drives, solid state disk drives, magnetic tape and other appropriate media.
- Data retention and destruction plans shall address data stored on non-electronic media (e.g., paper files, microfiche).
- Data retention and destruction plans shall address electronic information systems (e.g., servers, routers, switches) and components (e.g., cabling and connectors, power supplies, storage racks) and other assets that are currently out of production or scheduled to be phased out of production environments.
- Data retention plans shall establish the storage requirements and associated metrics (e.g., length of storage, type of storage media) for electronic and non-electronic information as well as systems supporting the IT infrastructure.
- Data destruction plans shall establish the parameters for destruction of electronic data (e.g., overwriting, reformatting, degaussing, firmware-based erasure, physical data media destruction), non-electronic data (e.g., shredding of hard copy), and systems and components (e.g., third-party destruction services).
- Data retention and destruction plans shall be periodically reviewed and tested in a suitable environment to ensure that data, databases, media, systems and other relevant elements can be retained or destroyed and that Arty McGoo, LLC. management and employees understand how the plans are to be executed as well as their roles and responsibilities.
- All employees must be made aware of the data retention and destruction program and their own roles and responsibilities.
- Data retention and destruction plans and other documents are to be kept up to date and will reflect existing and changing circumstances.
Data Retention and Destruction Specifications
Following are specific data retention and destruction technical requirements:
- State the frequency and types of data/system retention activities to be performed
- State the frequency and types of data/system destruction activities to be performed
- State who (e.g., internal staff, outside third parties) is responsible for data retention and destruction
- State who should be notified if a problem with retention and destruction activities is identified
Data/System Retention Procedures
- State how data (e.g., electronic and non-electronic) is stored and retained
- State how systems are stored and retained
- State where data/systems are stored and retained
- State process for ensuring that retention procedures work properly
- State process for validation of data/media retention
Data/System Destruction Procedures
- State data destruction metrics and time frames
- State process for data/system destruction
- State process for validation of data/media destruction
Retention and Destruction Requests
- State process for processing requests for data restoration and destruction
John Adams is designated as the corporate owner responsible for data/system retention and destruction activities for the Company. Resolution of issues in the support of data/system retention and destruction activities should be coordinated with IT management and others as needed.
- Policy Approval – The <title of executive> is responsible for approving this policy.
- Policy Implementation – The <enter name of department or individual> is responsible for planning, organizing and implementing all activities that fulfill this policy.
- Policy Maintenance and Updating – The <enter name of department or individual> is responsible for all activities associated with maintaining and updating this policy.
- Policy Monitoring and Review – The <enter name of department or individual> is responsible for monitoring and reviewing this policy.
- Policy Improvement – The <enter name of department or individual> is responsible for defining and implementing activities that will improve this policy.
John Adams will review and update this data retention and destruction policy on an annual basis. As changes to this policy are indicated in the course of business, <enter name of department or individual> may initiate a change management process to update this policy.
The John Adams will enforce this policy.
Penalties for Noncompliance
In situations where it is determined that data retention and destruction activities do not comply with this policy, the IT department team assigned to this activity will prepare a report stating the reason(s) for noncompliance and present it to IT management for resolution. Failure to comply with this data retention and destruction policy within the allotted time for resolution may result in verbal reprimands, notes in personnel files, termination, and such other remedies as deemed appropriate.