Privacy & Security
Privacy & Security


What happens to my information when I communicate with Anne John?
When you share your email address with Anne John, you consent to receive communications from us, either by email or by updating or posting notices on the web site. You agree that all agreements, notices, disclosure and other communications that Anne John provides to you electronically satisfy any legal requirement that such communication be in writing.

What do you do with my information?
Your information is used to process your orders, internal purposes and to comply with any legal requirements.

Do you share my information with anyone?
No, absolutely not.

How do you use my email address?
We only use your email address to send you periodic email newsletters with updates from Anne John.

Only with your consent!
You acknowledge that this privacy policy is part of the terms of service and you agree that using this site signifies your assent to Anne John’s privacy policy. Anne John reserves the right to change the terms of service, including this privacy policy, at any time, without advance notice. If the privacy policy changes, it will posted on this page, so that you are always aware of what information is collected, how it is used and under what circumstances it may be discloses.


Security is extremely important. This site employs the latest version of Secure Socket Layer Technology (SSL) to encrypt your information and help ensure that only you and Anne John ever see it. Some Web browsers and some firewalls will not permit a secure connection. If your Web browser will not permit a secure connection, you can use a standard server connection to complete your transaction, but this method is not guaranteed to be secure.

How do I know my browser is secured?
To check that your browser is in secure mode, check that a "lock" or a "key" icon is displayed in the lower left-hand corner of your browser window. You can also check by looking at the URL bar on top of your browser. This line will typically show the first characters as "https" when a secure connection has been established rather than "http," which indicates a connection that is not secured.