Love-a-Duckie Privacy Notice
I want to protect your personal details on my website and I want to ensure you know why I ask for your details, what I use them for and how long I keep them and why.

The main reasons I keep your details are:

1. To keep you informed of what is going on with my Love-a-Duckie business. To send you newsletters; marketing information about promotions and upcoming events; sharing creative inspiration and keeping you informed of information from Stampin: Up
2. To be able to assist you in placing orders and distributing orders to you.
3. To assist you in booking onto events.
4. In order to maintain records for tax purposes of orders submitted.

So, what data do I hold, why & for how long?

• Ordering Stampin’ Up! Products:

When you place an order for Stampin’ Up! products via my online store, or via an order form, Stampin’ Up! will ask for your name, email, phone number and payment details., plus a postal address for shipping your products to you. This data is stored by Stampin’ Up! in the US.
Stampin’ Up! also pass your name, postal address and phone number onto UPS, our shipping courier for the purposes of delivering your order. UPS use the data to print labels and for routing the packages within their system.
Stampin’ Up!’s Privacy Notice
Stamping’ Up! use your data in a variety of ways (tracking what is selling, helping to keep inventory in different markets, etc. You can read Stampin’ Up!’s full privacy notice by clicking HERE).
Stampin’ Up! also make all details (with the exception of payment information) available to me as your Stampin’ Up! demonstrator via my demonstrator website. This enables me to see what you have ordered, help with returns or refunds and to provide follow up support to you. I add your name and email to my mailing system to enable me to send you follow up emails and future product information I believe would be relevant to you. You may unsubscribe from my mailing system at any point. Stampin’ Up! and I keep your order records for 6 years to comply with tax auditing purposes.

• Booking onto events:

Booking is either through me directly, or via Eventbrite. Eventbrite pass your email details to me, but I have to agree that I am not going to use them for marketing purposes, so unless you have signed up for news and information elsewhere I shall not use this information, other than keeping you informed about the event.

• Subscribing for News & Info

If you subscribe to any of my forms on this site it passes your details directly into my mailing system (Mailchimp). I use the data to provide you with any of the following information:
o Free downloads / tutorials
o Marketing information about upcoming special offers from Stampin’ Up! or product reviews.
o General crafting hints, tips, and useful information or inspiration you can use in your own crafting
o Class and Retreat information to enable you to book in

You can unsubscribe from my mailing system at any time, most emails have an unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email, or you can email me directly at If you unsubscribe, you will stop receiving all emails from my mailing system. I may still email about any events you are booked onto. If you wish to “be forgotten” from all systems then please email me at with a subject of “Right To Be Forgotten”. I will then manually delete you from all systems where I can without impacting my ability to comply with tax auditing purposes.

Joining my Team

When you join Stampin’ Up! under me as your team leader, Stampin’ Up! passes your information to me on my demonstrator website. Your information also passes to my team leader in the same way. This enables her to reach out to you if needed, but also to help with her tax preparations and mine. Team Leaders earn commission, paid by Stampin’ Up! on the sales their team members place and we need to show where this money comes from for tax purposes (there’s the tax man again!).

Prize Draw / Contact Forms

If you meet me at a show, fair or out & about, then it’s likely you may complete one of my printed forms. When you give me your data in written form it is either destroyed within a month of being entered onto a system, or kept in a secure, locked filing cabinet and kept for the least amount of time to maintain my tax records.

If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.
Helen Jennings


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