NOT sell, rent, or lease your personal information NOT keep you on our mailing lists if you have requested to be removed NOT share your information with any trading partners unless you have requested information, products, or services that can be best handled by another company
What Information Is Collected:
As part of the order process, the following information is collected from shoppers:
Name Shipping/Billing Address Email address Phone number Credit/Debit Card Information [Add any additional data here]
How That Information Is Used:
Personally Identifiable Information GPSjunkies may share your personally identifiable information with trusted third party vendors for the sole purpose of facilitating your order. For example, we provide your name, shipping address, phone number, and order information to our shipping carrier. We also may provide your name, billing address, and credit card information to the credit card processor that facilitates the transaction. GPSjunkies has strict guidelines requiring all third parties to keep any shared personally identifiable information confidential.
Unless otherwise required by law, or if pertinent to a judicial or governmental investigation, or as voluntarily released by you, your personally identifiable information is not shared with other organizations or persons, other than to organizations or persons assisting us in collecting, assembling or processing this information.
Our Commitment To The Security of Your Data
The security of your information is very important to us. GPSjunkies follows generally accepted industry standards to protect the information submitted to us, both during transmission and once we receive it. We use state-of-the-art data encryption technology to protect against loss, misuse or alteration of your user information. Secure Socket Layers (SSLs) encrypt the information sent between your computer and our database.
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