Use of Information
You are free to visit and use their website without disclosing any personal information. However, if you would like to place an order or inquire, they will collect your personal information such as your name and surname, email, phone number, billing and shipping address, product and service preferences. Except to third parties such as shipping agencies etc your personal information will not be disclose by Alexander Sparks. They provide services authorized by Alexander Sparks. Other than to provide the services required by Alexander Sparks third parties agree not to disclose any information or use it for any purpose.
Alexander Sparks may use data collection tools such as cookies to collect non-personally identifiable data for statistical purposes to determine website usage patterns and preferences, so the time you spend on our website is much more enjoyable. You are allowed to open cookies in your browser; however, this may affect the use of your website and make your online purchases incomplete.
Customer personal information is disclosed for the following reasons only:
Disclosure of personal information is required for the completion of the service. Service providers are obliged to keep the data confidential and use it only for service purposes.
Promotions, Discounts, Sales
If you would like to participate in these events, please sign up for their mailing list. In the event that you are no longer interested in receiving promotional details, please click the “unsubscribe” button. It may take a few days until your unsubscribe request is processed.
In the event of a misuse of the Alexander Sparks website and related services your personal information may be disclosed without your consent.
Privacy and Security
Alexander Sparks uses state-of-the-art encryption technology to protect data and security. They have a series of physical, encryption and management procedures that keep your information secure. They use Secured Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology when transmitting personal information online, any data transmitted online will be 100 percent secure is assured only by them.
Children under 13 years of age
Minors are not allowed to use the Alexander Sparks website without parental guidance or guardians. Customer privacy is very important to us and we highly respect your personal information, in the event that we accidentally collect any personal data of children and children under 13, we will discard it and remove it immediately. For information on protecting children’s privacy online please visit the FTC website at www.FTC.gov.
Learn more about Third Links
Know Interesting Fact about Diamond
- Believe of ancient Romans and Greeks were that diamonds were the tears of the gods or fragments from falling stars, and the Romans believed that Cups’ arrows were studded with diamonds (maybe that means the first association between diamonds and romantic love).
- Diamonds are billions of years old – sometimes more than three billion years old.
- Diamonds form 60 miles [100 km] underground and have been transported to the earth’s surface by massive volcanic eruptions.
- Diamonds are made of one thing – almost 100% carbon. Under extreme heat and very low pressures, carbon atoms combine in a unique way that leads to the formation of beautiful and unusual crystals.
- Diamond is a word which derived from the Greek word “adamas,” which means invincible or indestructible.
- Diamonds are the hardest natural resource. If something can scratch a diamond is another diamond.
- For thousands of years diamonds have been valued and coveted. In the early fourth century BC there is evidence that diamonds were collected and sold in India.
- The ancient Hindus believed that diamonds could protect the wearer from harm if they used diamonds in the eyes of statues.
- Many ancient cultures believed that diamonds gave the wearer strength and courage during the war, and some kings wore diamonds on their garments when they went to war.
- During the middle Ages, it was thought that diamonds had therapeutic properties that could cure diseases ranging from fatigue to mental illness.
- The first use of a diamond engagement ring occurred in 1477, when Archduke Maxmillian of Austria presented Mary of Burgundy with a gold M-shaped diamond ring.
- Lab diamonds have the same physical, chemical and light properties as mineral diamonds. They are sustainable diamonds with little impact on the environment. Discover the Brilliant Earth collection of lab diamonds.