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Privacy Policy

How safe is my credit card information?

At Michael Nisanov Jewelers, we use the most secure website servers available, as well as the most rigid credit card regulations. All submitted information you provide is encrypted for your security. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology is supported, allowing you to securely purchase items online. SSL works at its paramount when the website is viewed through Microsoft’s Internet Explorer or Mozila Firefox.

What is a cookie, and should I accept them from Michael Nisanov Jewelers?

A ‘cookie’ is a small file created when you visit our site. It saves a scrambled code so that when you login to Michael Jewelers with your username and password, we will be able to validate your login and what information you have access to during your visit. Cookies are required for our shopping cart technology to function optimally. They allow us to feature specials that may be appealing to you, personalizing your shopping experience as well as saving you time and energy.
To purchase items from Reflection Diamonds and to enjoy benefits, cookies must be enabled on your browser. Click here for instructions on how to enable cookies on your browser.
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Do you share my personal information?

Any credit card information submitted for purchases will NOT be shared under any circumstances, except with the financial institution that issued the card. Information provided in the My Account section may be shared with a selection of carefully screened partners and affiliates, in order to offer you special discounts, new product offerings, and announcements. If you do not want to receive these offers, simply visit the My Account page, and edit your preferences.
Contact information on gift recipients is collected to ensure correct gift delivery. The gift recipients may receive special offers and discounts, new product offerings, and announcements offered to our esteemed customers.
Michael Nisanov Jewelers reserves the right to share information given voluntarily applicants to our sweepstakes, contests, or free gift promotions, with our affiliates or partners. Gift recipients and contest or promotion participants may abstain from receiving future offers by contacting us at service@Michael Nisanov Jewelers.com By visiting our website or purchasing from us, you consent to this information.

What is an IP address and how do I use it?

IP, or Internet Protocol, addresses are used when surveying statistical profiles of customers. Tracking IP addresses allows us to learn which pages are most helpful to our customers, and most regularly viewed. IP addresses cannot be traced to particular individuals. This information may be collected and shared to study shopping habits, and to offer better services that suit your shopping needs more accurately.

Do you sell to children?

We do NOT sell to children under the age of 13 without a parent or guardian’s consent. If a minor under the age of 13 registers and/or attempts to purchase without prior parental or guardian consent, the order will be cancelled and the child’s registration information will be removed from our records.


Enabling Cookies [linked from ‘Click here for instructions on how to enable cookies on your browser.’]:

For Internet Explorer 6.0 on PCs:

  1. From the main browser toolbar, click on Tools.
  2. Select the Internet Options choice from this menu.
  3. Click on the Privacy tab.
  4. Click on Advanced.
  5. Click to check the Override automatic cookie handling box.
  6. Click on the radio buttons to accept first- and third-party cookies.
  7. Click on Always allow session cookies.
  8. Click the OK button near the bottom of the window.

For Internet Explorer 5.5 or lower on PCs:

  1. From the main browser toolbar, click on Tools.
  2. Select the Internet Options choice from this menu.
  3. Click on the Security tab.
  4. Click on Custom Level.
  5. Enable all cookie-related options.
  6. Click the OK button near the bottom of the window.

For Internet Explorer 5.x on Macintosh, OS9:

  1. From the main browser toolbar, click on Edit.
  2. Select the Preferences choice from this menu.
  3. Click on the Cookies heading on the list on the left side of this window.
  4. On the When receiving cookies: drop-down, choose any option except Never accept.
  5. Click the OK button near the bottom of the window.

For AOL 9 on PCs:

  1. From the main toolbar, click on the Settings icon.
  2. Click on the Internet [Web] Options link.
  3. Click on the Security tab.
  4. Click on Custom Level.
  5. Enable all cookie-related options.
  6. Click the OK button near the bottom of the window.

For AOL 6 through AOL 8 on PCs:

  1. From the main toolbar, click on the Settings icon.
  2. Click on the Internet Properties (WWW) link.
  3. Click on the Privacy tab.
  4. Click on Advanced.
  5. Click to check the Override automatic cookie handling box.
  6. Click on the radio buttons to accept first- and third-party cookies.
  7. Click on Always allow session cookies.
  8. Click the OK button near the bottom of the window.

For Netscape 6 and higher and Mozilla 1.3.1 on PCs or Macs:

  1. From the main browser toolbar, click on Edit.
  2. Select the Preferences choice from this menu.
  3. Double-click on the Privacy & Security heading on the list on the left side of this window.
  4. Choose the Cookies sub-heading.
  5. Click to select the Enable all cookies radio button.
  6. Click the OK button near the bottom of this window.

For Netscape 4.7x on PCs or Macs:

  1. From the main browser toolbar, click on Edit.
  2. Choose Preferences from this menu.
  3. Click on the Advanced tab.
  4. Click the radio buttons to enable all cookie-related options.
  5. Click the OK button near the bottom of the window.