We are committed to protecting and respecting the privacy of all our customers and visitors.
The information collected from customers is used for billing and administration purposes only and will be kept confidential. The contact information collected will not be passed onto third parties.
We have taken measures to ensure that our customers are protected against loss, alteration or misuse. Customers are responsible for ensuring that only authorised users access their accounts.
Phishing is a method used by fraudsters to deceive someone into giving sensitive information. Most of the time phishing will take the form of emails, which purport to be from well-known companies and asks recipients to send their private information. This information is then used for identity theft and fraud.
Pyjama World will only ask you to send details by email if it responds to a return/exchange or is responding to a query you may have and these details are needed to answer your question properly.
Important: Pyjama World will never ask you to send any personal details by email unless you have contacted us first. If you have not contacted us, please ignore any email claiming to be from Pyjama World which asks for personal details, and let us know about it.
Cookies are small pieces of information, which are stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive.
The information collected by the cookies is anonymous and not personnally idenitifiable. It does not store any personal details relating to you or your credit card.
We accept all major credit cards or PayPal for orders. Credit Card orders will be routed via SagePay, which ensures that your details are being collected securely using 128bit SSL technology (you should see a padlock when routed to the payment page). Clicking on the padlock will show you the SSL certificate. Depending on the browser you are using, the padlock may appear in the bottom right hand corner, next to the address bar, or on the top right hand corner of the screen.
NOTE: If you can't see the padlock on the payment page, make sure the URL web-address starts with "https" instead of "http". The extra "s" shows you the page is secure.