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We are committed to safeguarding our customers' privacy. Our pledge is that we will never release your personal information to any third party without your consent. We understand how spam has becoming the scourge of the email system, and we hate it, too. To that end we do not rent, sell, barter, trade, offer, lend, disclose, etc., your information.

Online Shopping

Internet commerce represents many billions of dollars in transactions a year in the United States. The convenient access to goods at any time of the day or night is an assumed. Security for these Internet-based transactions has continued to increase over the years making it potentially more secure than calling a stranger in a phone center and providing your credit card information to them. For example, it is technologically easier for a thief to steal your credit card information by either tapping your phone line or stealing the information from the carbon copy of your receipt than it is to steal similar information from our online transactions. Additionally, it is a better use of a hackers time to compromise an online database to obtain credit card information than to try to wait for the packets to cross the internet in a fraction of a second. Our systems never store your credit card information and we cannot access it after the fact.

Additionally, United States federal law protects online transactions handled by credit cards -- you are protected from fraudulent charges by law. Under the Fair Credit Billing Act, your bank cannot hold you liable for more than $50.00 of fraudulent charges. Contact the issuer of your credit card to obtain more information about their policies.

How can I tell if this is a secure connection (SSL)?

In Netscape Navigator 3.0 and earlier, the key icon in the lower left corner of the browser, which is normally broken, is made whole. In Netscape Navigator 4.0 and later and in Microsoft Internet Explorer, the normally open padlock icon becomes shut.

Further, new types of certificates called Enhanced Validation (EV) validate the ownership of the domain and the company who owns it to ensure the site is operated by the rightful owner. When you access a site with an EV certificate, the address bar often turns green (or the text of the address) to indicate this enhanced level of security.

Best Practices

Any machine today should have anti-virus software installed and signature files updated at least weekly. All of our machines are on a daily schedule to update the programs and signature files as necessary. Further, if you run any Microsoft software, then you should know that the need to obtain patches to that software is critical, as your machine can be compromised without your knowledge. Visit Microsoft's Windows Update site to obtain the neceesary critical updates for your computer. We install these critical updates when available and schedule a reboot to ensure that the patches get installed. All of this ensures that the machines are not compromised and your valuable data is exposed.

Changes to these policies

We reserves the right to change the Privacy and Security Policies at any time, but we will not do so without posting the modified policies on our website. We encourage you to review our Privacy and Security Policies whenever you visit our website so you'll always understand how your information will be used.

Page Updated: 01-Jan-2014 15:52 CST


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