HOW WE PROTECT PERSONAL INFORMATION: A payment data security system protects customer information by protecting against unauthorized disclosure, use, alteration, or destruction of any personal information you provide on this website.
BROWSER COOKIES AND WEB BEACONS: We use browser cookies — small files containing a combination of letters or numbers that are sent to your computer — to help enhance your online experience and make your use of our website more efficient. While various web browsers may allow you to block or disable browser cookies, please note that our website, particularly the shopping cart and checkout features, may not work properly if you disable browser cookies. We may also use web beacons — a small, clear graphical file that your web browser may download when loading a page on our website — to help analyze and audit our website and the related transactions.
REVIEW OF AND CHANGES TO YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION: You may review personal information you have provided to u. Please note that your user ID and password will be needed to review your account information and that some account information may not be changed. If you are having difficulty correcting or updating your personal information provided to us, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A WARNING ABOUT EMAIL THAT WE SEND; A WARNING ABOUT “PHISHING”: We may send you emails from time to time to provide you with useful information regarding our products and services, including special, limited-time offers and discounts. However, we do not and will not at any time request any personal information via email nor will we include a link to the account login page in the email. If you receive an email requesting your user ID, your password, your social security number, or your credit card and/or bank information, PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND BY PROVIDING THE INFORMATION REQUESTED. If you receive an email requesting any of this information, it is likely that you have received an attempted theft of your identity commonly called “phishing.” Likewise, if you experienced an email urging you to log in to your account and providing you with a link to the login page, it is also likely that you have received a “phishing” email. In either case, you should bring the email to our attention by forwarding the email to email@example.com. If we send you an email requesting that you log in to your account, we strongly recommend that you open your web browser and manually input the address for our website. Doing so will ensure that you do not open some third-party website disguised to look like our website. For more information about “phishing,” you should visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website at www.ftc.gov.