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What is your Privacy Policy?
At Fantastictools.com, your privacy is a top priority.
 
We DO NOT share or sell our customer's private personal information. This is our Golden Rule. If we wouldn't want our personal information shared, we won't share your personal information.
 
Our website allows you to buy products, sign up for a gift registry, receive special discounts, and receive newsletters, e-mails or other promotional information from us. We use the information that we collect about you to fulfill your product purchases and to create a more personalized online experience.
 
What is your Security?
Fantastictools.com utilizes the lastest encryption technology to encrypt and protect your personal information.
 
Have you received a suspicious email?
 
The Federal Trade Commission warns users to be suspicious of any official-looking e-mail message that asks for updates on personal or financial information. Never share personally identifiable information based on the request of someone pretending to be a representative of Fantastictools.com. Instead, always log into your Account for information about your orders. If you need to contact us, please contact us at 1-800-265-4864.

If you receive suspicious email that purports to come from Fantastictools.com, you might have been the target of a "phishing" scam.

Phishing (pronounced "fishing") is a common internet scam where a perpetrator sends out official looking emails that appear to come from the internet's biggest web sites in an illegal attempt to gather personal financial information from the recipient. Phishing is also called "carding" or "spoofing."

Phishing scams may start out by trying to contact and confuse the victim with a phony order confirmation and then move on to collecting credit card information under the pretense of trying to clear up the victim's account.

Phishers camouflage their emails by using actual company logos, similar email formats, and links to legitimate web pages hosted by the legitimate company.

Phishing is a variation of the word fishing. It only takes one or two guileless victims to make it worth the while of the scam artist.

If you suspect you have been phished, forward the e-mail to uce@ftc.gov or call the FTC help line, 1-877-FTC-HELP.