We respect your privacy. Your name, address & credit card information (and any other personal information that you supply to us) are kept strictly confidential by Hawai'i Post ®.
Your information will NEVER be sold, rented or given to any third party.
"Cookies" are used by certain websites to track your movements online by placing small bits of information on the hard drive of your computer. We believe that "cookies" are an invasion of your privacy. We have absolutely no interest in tracking your movements online.
We never have and never will use "cookies" at this website.
If "cookies" are not wanted by you from other websites (cnn.com, amazon.com etc.), you can delete them in your internet software. In your browser, just go to the menu bar, pull down preferences to delete cookies You can do this as often as you want.
CREDIT CARD INFORMATION:
For all credit card transactions, we need the billing address of your credit card which will be checked with the bank that issued your credit card.
AX & DISCOVER - we contact them directly to check the billing address.
VISA & MC - we need you to give us the card issuing bank to check the billing address
The billing address is needed by us to prevent fraud.*
All credit card information is kept strictly confidential.
* Consider this: If a thief steals a credit card and then orders from us, he will never get the stamps. Why ? Because the stamps would only be shipped to the billing address of the credit card. No thief in their right mind would have the stamps shipped to the stolen credit card holder's billing address, because they would never get their hands on them.
If you are on our email list, occasionally we will send you emails regarding new issues and other items of interest. We will try to keep these to a minimum. If you wish to opt-out of these emails, just send us an e-mail at and put "Emails opt-out" in the subject line. Be sure to give us your full name, so we can find you on our list. We will then delete your name and email address from our list.
We hate them too, so we never use them.
If you have any questions about Hawai'i Post® and your privacy, please contact us.