- 1 1. Data We Collect About You
- 2 2. Privacy of Children Under Age 18
- 3 3. IP Addresses
- 4 4. Actions Of Third Parties
- 5 5. Your Use of Community Features and Information You Post
- 6 6. Reviews and Contests
- 7 7. Transfer of Data Upon Sale of Business
- 8 8. Cooperation with Law Enforcement
- 9 9. Our Duty of Data Security
- 10 10. Reaching Us
- 11 11. Notice To California Residents
California residents, please also refer to the “Notice To California Residents” Section for extra rights that apply to you.
1. Data We Collect About You
To serve our clients, we gather personally identifiable data, such as names, mailing addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses, and some of the time credit card data when our guests willfully provide such data.
We will only utilize your individual data for these specific purposes:
(1) to deliver the products and/or services to you that you have asked for;
(2) to approve your conformance with our terms and conditions;
(3) to reach you, when important, in regards to your utilization of the web site or product(s);
(4) for product improvement and customer experience purposes; and
(5) for the few other circumstances depicted below to better serve you.
We will NEVER disclose your personally identifiable data to third parties unless you have provided for us express authorization to do in this way, for example, to satisfy a third party offer that you have acknowledged from us. By allowing us to gather this data, you will have the ability to receive information on different items that may be of interest to you, including related third party offers that we may send to you.
By submitting your phone contact data on this web site and/or purchasing products or services from us, such act constitutes a purchase, an inquiry, and/or an application for the reasons of the Amended Telemarketing Sales Rule (ATSR), 16 CFR ‘310 et seq. and any appropriate state and local “don’t call” regulations. For this reason, we reserve the right to contact you by means of telemarketing as per the ATSR and the material state regulations.
You also authorize us to customize your involvement with us so we can give you the best possible service. We encourage you to review the privacy policies of websites we may link to from this web site so that you can understand how those websites collect, use and share your information. We are not responsible for the privacy statements or other content on websites outside of this web site.
Furthermore, by submitting your email address on this web site, you consent to get email from us. You can cancel your participation in any of these email lists by clicking the opt-out link or other unsubscribe option that is incorporated in the particular email.
We just send messages to individuals who have approved us to contact them, either specifically, or through a third party. We don’t send unsolicited commercial email messages, on the grounds that we despise spam just as much as you do.
You consent to permit us to utilize any email address you provide us for custom audience targeting on sites like Facebook, where we show custom ads to particular individuals who have requested information from us.
We likewise may gather different sorts of non-personally identifiable data to help us make your experience more pleasant, measure site performance to identify future upgrades that ought to be made, and aggregate total information to help us serve site guests better.
For instance, we may use GIF/pixel labels, session logs, web beacons, standard advertisements, third party click tracking tools, or third party retargeting systems that may show our notices to you on different destinations that you visit to remind you about us. We may also use third party networks that serve user-requested messages to gather non-personally identifiable or other accumulated data about site guests. We may also utilize session and persistent “cookies”.
Cookies are text files that are placed on your hard disk by a web page server. Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer. Cookies are uniquely assigned to you, and can only be read by a web server in the domain that issued the cookie to you.
Cookies can be used to save you time. For example, if you register or visit a particular site, a cookie allows that site to remember your specific information, such as name and shipping address on later visits.
You can choose whether to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers will accept cookies automatically, but you can generally change the settings of your browser to disallow cookies if you don’t want them used. Just be aware that if you disallow cookies, you may not be able to take advantage of the additional time or convenience features that cookies are used for.
Email messages that we send electronically may utilize techniques such as web beacons or pixel tags to obtain data to enhance the per user’s experience. For example, such techniques may used to identify the quantity of messages that are opened, the geographic region associated with the computer’s IP address, whether they were forwarded to others, and the kind of computer from which they were opened.
In the event that you visit this web site with an open ID such as Facebook, you might likewise be providing information to third party online networking sites. We may track total information about the quantity of visits to this web site with an open ID, the quantity of things “liked” on this web site, or things on this web site that you decide to share with a third party social networking website.
Different parties might likewise be gathering data about your online movement over different sites over time. The data gathered by those third parties may incorporate identifiers that permit those third parties to tailor the advertisements that they serve to your machine or other gadget.
Since there is not yet a typical understanding of how to handle “Don’t Track” signals other than cookies, we don’t presently react to “Don’t Track” flags that have not been defined.
2. Privacy of Children Under Age 18
We don’t purposely gather personally identifiable data from kids under 18 years old. On the off chance that your minor child has furnished us with personally identifiable data, you may reach us at the telephone number or postage information recorded in Section 10 on “Reaching Us”. We will then use reasonable efforts to delete your child’s data from the database that stores the data.
3. IP Addresses
We may utilize your IP location to help anticipate misrepresentation, to assist diagnose issues with our server, to assemble expansive demographic data, and to offer you products and services.
4. Actions Of Third Parties
We don’t control and are not obligated for the activities or privacy policies of any third parties who we may link to and/or promote. While we are not obligated for any of the activities of those third parties, you should feel free to inform us about your experience with any third parties with whom we work.
In addition to linking to third parties, we may also use trusted third parties to perform certain services for us, such as hosting and maintenance, customer relationship management, and marketing campaigns. We do not control those third parties and are not obligated for any of the activities of those third parties or their respective privacy policies. However, we will only share your information with these third parties to the extent that is required to allow them to provide the services we have hired them for, and only with the requirement that they maintain the privacy and security of your data.
5. Your Use of Community Features and Information You Post
Where applicable, and to the extent that you submit content on this web site, or contribute to any forum or discussion board, you acknowledge and understand that such data will be made available to members of the public who also have access to that forum or discussion board. Please do not submit any information unless you want it to be viewed by others. You also agree and acknowledge that any such information you submit to a forum or discussion board is truthful and does not violate the rights of a third party, and does not violate any law. We reserve the right to remove any content that we deem inappropriate, in our sole discretion.
6. Reviews and Contests
There are times when we may conduct studies or contests. Your participation in such a study or contest is totally voluntary. Data that is gathered during one of the studies or contests will be used for the purposes stated in the terms of such study or contest.
7. Transfer of Data Upon Sale of Business
In the event that we sell the business or product line that you are a customer or subscriber of to another company, we reserve the right to transfer your data to the acquiring entity.
8. Cooperation with Law Enforcement
We reserve the right to cooperate with government or other law enforcement officials, and may disclose information about you that we deem, in our discretion, is appropriate to respond to a government or law enforcement inquiry, to prevent or stop any type of illegal or unethical activity, and to protect our own rights that are being violated.
9. Our Duty of Data Security
All data gathered from you is stored in a physically secure environment. People who have access to your personally identifiable data are obliged to keep the data secret.
We utilize SSL encryption to help protect your sensitive data when it is being transmitted over the web, and we do all that we can to secure client data. Ultimately, no transmission over the Internet can be ensured to be 100% safe. While we take every reasonable precaution, we still can’t guarantee or warrant the security of the data that you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk.
10. Reaching Us
11. Notice To California Residents
If you live in the State of California, under the California Civil Code, you have the right to demand that companies who conduct business in California give you a list of all third parties to which Company has revealed your personal information for direct marketing purposes within the past year.
If you are a California resident and want additional details about how to exercise your disclosure choices regarding third party data, please send a request to us here.
The communication requesting such information must be titled “California Privacy Rights” so we can clearly identify it’s purpose. Please also include your name, address, email, and other relevant information so we can properly locate your customer record. We are not required to respond to any notices that do not provide the required information in the manner described above.