Tupperware is a company of people and service. We are committed to safeguarding your privacy and believe that your personal information, including address details and phone numbers belong to you. It will not be disclosed to other parties outside the Tupperware organisation. We will only use this information to make your Tupperware experience more enjoyable.
We’re committed to safeguarding your privacy
Tupperware is a company committed to people and service. We respect your right to privacy. We believe that your personal information, including your purchases, email address, billing and shipping addresses, telephone numbers and credit card information belongs to you. We will use this information to complete your purchases. We want to use this information to make your experience with Tupperware more informative, and to tell you about products and opportunities available with Tupperware.
What we collect, how we use it and how you can opt out
Collection – If you have attended a Tupperware party, visited a Tupperware kiosk or exhibition, or this website, you may have purchased our products. You may also have participated in a contest or other event, expressed an interest in receiving additional information about Tupperware brand products, hosting a Tupperware party or pursuing the Tupperware business opportunity. If so, we may have asked for your name, billing and shipping address, email address, telephone numbers, and credit card information. We may also have collected the purchase information [date, amount and product(s)].
Use – Information provided in a purchase will be used to complete the transaction using normal retail methods. Information provided at time of purchase or in a request for information will also be used to contact you with news of our products and opportunities that might be of interest to you. If you have requested information on the Tupperware business opportunity and becoming a Demonstrator, we will forward your information to one of our Directors, local to you, so they may contact you to fulfil your request. Your information may also be combined with the information of others in an aggregated basis, without personally identifying information. This combined information may be used by Tupperware to guide us in improving our products and services (including our website and catalogues), or for general business purposes (such as forecasting production).
To opt out – Your Demonstrator or Tupperware may contact you regarding your request for more information. If you have changed your mind, simply tell us and we will use all reasonable efforts to remove your information from our files and will take appropriate measures to advise your Tupperware Demonstrator regarding your request. In any of our emails you receive from Tupperware or a Demonstrator, there will be instructions for unsubscribing from our contact list. If you ask to be removed, you will be.
While visiting Tupperware.com.au
The following applies to our website, http://www.tupperware.com.au.
Collection – Our website offers various opportunities to sign up for email newsletters, recipe clubs, contests, surveys and other events. To join in these activities we typically ask for your name, address(es), email address and telephone number(s). We may also ask for other personal information on a voluntary basis. We also have opportunities for you to contact us, a Director or Demonstrator. Again, we typically ask for your name, address(es), email address and telephone number(s) plus any comments or questions you may have.
Our website may also provide opportunities for you to email information, such as recipes, club offers or product information to a friend. This information is used only to email the desired information and is not retained by Tupperware.
Our website may also include additional services. Some are provided by third parties (such as email newsletters). While we do not control these third parties, we ensure that they are bound to use the information only for authorised purposes for or on behalf of Tupperware.
Use – Information provided in joining our activities or in requests for information will also be used to contact you with news of our products and business opportunities. Your information may also be combined with the information of others in an aggregated basis, without personally identifying information. This combined information may be used by Tupperware to guide us in improving our products and services (including our website and catalogues), or for general business purposes (such as forecasting production).
To opt out – In any of our emails you receive from Tupperware Australia Pty Ltd there will be instructions for unsubscribing from our contact list. If you ask to be removed, you will be. You may also request to review or change your information by contacting our customer Information on 1800 805 396.
To better protect the security and integrity of your information we also verify identity by requesting your full name, address, and email address before granting access or making corrections to your information.
Our Cookies don’t bite
‘Cookies’ are very small text files your web browser stores on your computer when you visit some websites. It is your identification card, and cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses. It is unique to your computer and can only be read by the site that gave it to you.
Our cookies help make it easier for you to use our websites and to help us customise your experience so that we can provide you with the information you need – when and where you need it. Cookies do not collect your name, address or product information contained within the cookies itself. The cookie simply holds the ‘key’ that, once read by our website unlocks your information.
Most browsers automatically accept cookies. However, you can disable cookies on your computer or have your browser notify you when you receive a new cookie by indicating this in the preferences or options menu in your browser.
Protecting children is a priority
We’re fully committed to protecting children who access our website. We don't knowingly collect any information from children.
Questions or comments
Last updated: September 2008.