This page describes how Trailmaster Adventure Gear handles information that we learn about consumers when consumers visit our web sites(www.tmadvgear.com, www.trailmasteradventures.com) or contact us by mail, phone, or email. We collect and maintain this information in accordance with the Privacy Act of 1974, where applicable. Any personally identifying information you provide is voluntary. We use it to fulfill a request you make or to assist us in completing a business transaction that you have initiated.
IF YOU VISIT OUR WEB SITES TO BROWSE, READ, OR DOWNLOAD INFORMATION:
- We use this information only as anonymous aggregate data to determine the number of visitors to different sections of our sites, to ensure the sites are working properly, and to help us make our site more useful. We do not use it to track or record information about individuals. Generally, we delete this information after one year.
- We do not use persistent "cookies" or tracking mechanisms that collect personally identifying information on our site. We do use industry standard web creation tools (ASP.Net, FrontPage, DreamWeaver, etc). In some instances, these technologies may use session cookies for certain features. Session cookies are temporary files that are erased when you close all browsers. If your browser does not meet certain requirements, we will attempt to place a cookie to prevent you from having to see the error startup page (Browser Support)
- everytime that you visit our site.If the cookie is removed or cookies are disabled, our site can still be accessed.
IF YOU CHOOSE TO IDENTIFY YOURSELF WHEN YOU CALL US, WRITE TO US, SEND US EMAIL, OR USE OUR SECURE ONLINE FORMS:
INFORMATION WE COLLECT
- We collect any personally identifying information, such as your name, street address, email address, and phone number, and any other information you provide to us.
- In accordance with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), Trailmaster Adventure Gear does not sell products for purchase by children. If you are under 18, you may use our websites only with the involvement of a parent or guardian.
HOW WE USE AND DISCLOSE INFORMATION
- If you contact us to purchase products, we use the information you provide to fulfill your order or contact you about your order.
- Trailmaster Adventure Gear does not sell any information about its customers at any time. We respect your privacy and will never intentionally allow another company to contact our customers directly or indirectly without your explicit agreement.
HERE'S WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE SECURITY OF THE INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE TO US:
- We use secure socket layer (SSL) encryption to protect the transmission of the information you submit to us when you use our secure online forms. The information you provide to us is stored securely.
- Email that you send us is not necessarily secure against interception. If your email communication includes sensitive information like your Social Security number, your bank account number, or your credit or charge card numbers, contact us through one of our secure online forms or by mail or telephone.
HERE'S HOW TO CONTACT US:
- If you have technical problems with the operation of our Web sites, please report them to our Webmaster through our sales department at email@example.com.
Trailmaster Adventure Gear, 19030 Purser Ct, Monument, CO 80132
- You can also contact us, during our normal business hours, by telephone at 1-719-338-4446
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