Buyer information of all kinds is protected by Farosh. The buyers must provide us with a variety of details when they place an order. In order to send packages and process payments, personal information such as name and address must be acquired. Full name, contact information, shipping address, date of birth, and preferred payment method are just a few of the personal data that are gathered. The only and exclusive use of any data collected is to fulfill orders placed by customers at Farosh. To make the transaction possible, the financial information you submit is validated.


We place a high priority on the security of your personal information. Your information is kept safe by Farosh for use in the future once your order has been processed. Future uses of this information could involve, but not be limited to, investigating claims made by customers, polling them for feedback, sending out reoccurring newsletters or other reminders, or other similar things. We adhere to recognized standards to safeguard submitted personal information both during transmission and after receipt. A password is used to secure the data associated with your account. By carefully selecting your password and maintaining the security of your computer and password, you can prevent unauthorized access to your account and your data. If you have any questions about the security of your personal information, you can contact us at [email protected].


Your activities, the financial information you supply, and any personal information provided to us will all be kept private. The data collected from customers is never shared by Farosh with a third party. Also, buyers are warned not to divulge their financial or personal information to anyone utilizing the Farosh platform besides Farosh. Using secure socket layer technology, Farosh encrypts certain data (such as credit card numbers). When customers submit their personal information to Farosh, we protect it both during transmission and once we receive it by adhering to generally established industry standards. Sadly, no technique of electronic storage or communication via the internet is completely secure. As a result, despite our best efforts to safeguard your personal information, we can't ensure its total security.