- What information is collected by the Provider.
- How we may share information.
- How you can let us know your preference for sharing of information.
What Information Do We Collect?
- Your name
- Your workplace
- Your mailing address
- Your month and year of birth
- Your e-mail address
We want you to be aware that certain tools exist to help us service and recognize you. For your convenience, to help us personalize your experience or better serve your needs, we may receive and store certain types of information when you visit one of our websites. You may be familiar with the term “cookies”, which are unique alphanumeric identifiers. These cookies are placed on your computer when your web browser accesses our websites. We use this information to educate us on things such as how you navigate to and around our websites, product browsing, content accessing, and purchasing data. If you choose, there are utilities available for purchase from independent software providers to install on your computer as well as tools/preferences you can choose through most web browsers to make website visits anonymous. Of course, cookies let you have a more satisfying website experience, so we recommend that you leave them turned on.
Once Information Is Received, How Is It Shared?
Within the Provider
We share information we collect from all points of contact within the Provider organization, including with companies that are affiliates of the Provider. The information you give us and information about your transaction may be combined with other personally identifiable information available from our records and other sources.
Governmental Agencies or Other Companies
We may share information with governmental agencies or other companies assisting us in fraud prevention or investigation. We may do so when (1) permitted or required by law, or (2) trying to protect against or prevent actual or potential fraud or unauthorized transactions, or (3) investigating fraud that has already taken place. In all cases, this information is not provided to these entities for marketing purposes.
Right to Transfer
Should the Provider choose to sell or transfer business assets, or to engage in a transaction where it is required to share or transfer your information, it is possible that the information we possess may be transferred as part of that transaction. The Provider may decide to retain a copy of the information post sale or transfer.