July 2022, Last Updated
Please carefully read our Privacy Statement to understand how we use, disclose and collect the personal data you give us.
What information is collected?
Any information you provide us via our website, telephone, email, or other means, we receive and store. These are the types of information that we collect:
Contact Information: We store and maintain the personal contact information you voluntarily provide to us. This includes your name, postal address, web address, and telephone number. This information can be used to contact you regarding transactions or services. We may also collect your contact information if you send us correspondence regarding customer support or to provide products and services.
Website providers may store and collect anonymous demographic information (such as your zip code). This data is used to personalize your website experience, offer the content you may be interested in, improve our website and display content according to your preferences. This demographic information can be shared with market researchers, partners, and other third parties in an aggregated, non-personally identifiable manner. This aggregated demographic information is not linked to any personally identifiable information.
When you use our website, our provider may collect and store certain information. Servers track your web browser type and the URL you linked to. We also log IP addresses (a unique number that is assigned to each computer on the Internet), in order to improve security, analyze trends, and manage our website. Our website provider can track your movements within our website and the pages of third-party websites from which you were referred. We also log access times and browser types. This information is used by our website provider to measure the effectiveness of our website and track information for statistical purposes. It also helps us improve our products and services. This information may be used for marketing purposes and to provide information that might interest you. This information could also be shared with market researchers, partners, and other third parties in an aggregated, non-personally identifiable manner. This aggregated information may not contain personally identifiable information. The website provider may add to the information you provide by acquiring commercially or publicly available information from third parties. This is done to verify your address, update your information, and create a profile that reflects your preferences. We also use this information to help improve the website’s content and inform you about new products and services we believe will be of interest.
Websites may use cookie technology to enhance your online experience. This includes making it easier to navigate the site and improving certain features. Websites often place cookies on users’ hard drives when they visit a website. This file can be used to identify a user’s computer, and it can also record preferences and other information about the user visiting a website. During this process, we do not collect any information about individuals. You may have the option to disable cookies through your web browser. However, certain services may not work properly without them and you may experience a slow-loading website.
We might use third-party advertising companies to display ads for us on the Internet. These companies can collect information about your visits and interactions with our products and services, as well as your browsing history. This is to allow them to deliver advertisements to you about products and services that may be of interest to your interests. These companies will not associate any personally identifiable information, such as your name or address, email address, or telephone number, with this information. To target advertisements for goods or services, they may use information from your visits to this website to track user responses to each advertisement. These targeted advertisements could appear on our Websites and on other websites that you visit. Cookies or a pixel tag are used to collect anonymous information. These technologies are standard industry practices and are used by many major websites. You can opt-out if you don’t want these companies to collect your information.
To learn more about the use of this information or choose not to have this information used by certain third-party advertising partners, please visit the Network Advertising Initiative at http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices or go to http://www.adobe.com/privacy.html. You will need to renew your opt-out choice if you delete cookies, change your browser, or purchase a new computer.
Telephone Monitoring and Recording:
We select calls to record and/or monitor in order to ensure that our customers get quality service. Supervisors and/or other representatives evaluate these calls between customers (or potential clients) and employees. This is done to ensure that you receive prompt, consistent, and professional assistance. By contacting us, or by purchasing our products and services, you consent to any call recording or monitoring.
What personal information is used
Our use: We may use the personal information that you provide to us on our website, or voluntarily give it to us in another way, to contact you as permitted by law. We may contact you by phone at the number you provided when you registered. From time to time, we may also send information or offers to the email address or postal address that we have on file. Further, you acknowledge that you do not have to agree to or sign a contract regarding our telemarketing efforts in order to purchase any goods or services directly or indirectly from us or our affiliates. You can opt-out of receiving marketing communications from us by emailing us or unsubscribing from any emails.
We will store and process the personal information we collect in the United States. It will then be subject to applicable laws.
Agents and service providers:
Our website provider might engage other individuals and companies to perform certain functions or services. Processing credit card payments, removing repetitive information from customer lists, or offering electronic mail services are just some examples. These third parties may collect or share your financial and contact information. Service providers may be contacted by our website provider to collect data and report services. These service providers might collect information about you when you visit our website. This is to provide aggregated data about customers that can be used to help us run our business and deliver more relevant products and services.
Disclosure required by law:
Our website provider and we may disclose account information when required by law, court order, or subpoena. We also release information when it is necessary or advisable to do so to enforce agreements or protect our rights, property, or safety. This includes sharing information with other organizations and companies for fraud protection, credit risk mitigation, or other similar purposes. After you have terminated all services with us, we may keep your information in our records to resolve disputes, enforce agreements, and comply with technical and legal constraints and requirements related to the security, integrity, and operation of our website.