Information such as your name, address, telephone number, email address and, when applicable, credit card information may be collected when committing to the following actions on Calefs.com
All of the information provided to us is stored on a secure server within a secure database.
Cookies - small data files stored on your computer by your web browser - are used by Calefs.com to enable you to create a personal account, place orders and track purchases. If you have set your browser to disallow cookies, please email us at info@Calefs.com and we would be happy to assist you in placing your order.
Calefs.com uses your provided email address to increase your shopping experience. When you place an order, you will get confirmation emails that your order has been received, that your order is in process and that your order has shipped. If by chance there is a problem with your order, we may contact you via email to resolve said possible issue.
If you subscribe to our email newsletter, you have agreed to receive this promotional email from us. Each email newsletter you receive will contain a simple method to unsubscribe if you chose to do so. Your email address is considered private and is kept secure and never sold to a third party.
The Secure Order Process
The following section describes how the secure order process works, from start to finish.
1. Starting Your Order
2. Making a Positive ID
For your security, the verification process happens in the background every time you place an order on our site.
3. Entering Secure Mode
After your browser has entered secure mode, we'll ask you to enter, your credit card information. The encryption features of browser software are exceptionally powerful and ensure the security of this data as it is transmitted to our server. Our site makes use of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol and 128-bit strong encryption to provide the highest level of security available.
Security: Watching It Work
An indication that a browser is in secure mode can be found in the Web site address that your browser displays. The address will begin "http://" in standard, non-secure mode and "https://" in secure mode. The "s" stands for "secure."
Continuing to Browse
What If I Make a Purchase with a Browser That Doesn't Support Security?
If You Forget Your Password
We've worked hard to bring you a secure online ordering environment.