Customers are important to Rainbow Crystal Shoppe. The following is a privacy policy that applies to information collected from this website. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Rainbow Crystal Shoppe’s privacy policy covers Rainbow Crystal Shoppe and its Web Site:

Organization Name: Rainbow Crystal Shoppe
Address: 4475 Dupree Road, Olive Branch, MS 38654 USA
Controller: Tammy Boynton
Web site(s):


This Web site enables you to sign a guestbook and post information to be accessed by others. When you do so, other visitors may collect your data.

This Web site does not include links to third party Web Service Providers.


We do not use cookies on our Web site.

For each visitor to Rainbow Crystal Shoppe’s web page(s), we do not automatically collect any personal data. We only collect aggregate information on what pages consumers access or visit.

The information we collect is used for internal review and is then discarded, used to improve the content of our Web page(s), and used to customize the content and/or layout of our page for each individual consumer.


We do not collect information about our visitors from other sources, such as public records or bodies, or private organizations.


There are no national laws or self-regulatory schemes applicable to this web site or organization.

There are no global or regional regulatory or self-regulatory schemes applicable to this web site or organization.

We cannot demonstrate that our privacy policy accords with the privacy instruments. 

To find out if your transaction is guarded by SSL, look for the picture of the unbroken key or closed lock in your browser window (both the Netscape Navigator/Communicator and Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers use SSL). Either indicator means SSL is hard at work. (If you don’t see either one, or if you see a broken key or an open lock, that means SSL is definitely not hard at work protecting your transaction.)

The easy way, you can tell if SSL is guarding your transaction is to check the URL of the site you are visiting. It should change from “http” to “https” when processing secure transactions.

For example, let’s say you go to my site at When you start to send your bank card and other data to me, you are using a secure server.