Cookie Disclosure Statement

Privacy Policy

Last updated: 4/7/2021

We employ the use of cookie technology and web beacons throughout our site, to allow you to move more quickly and securely through our pages.

What is a cookie? Web beacon?

A cookie is a small data file that’s sent to your computer or other device by a site’s server. A cookie can be a record of your visit to a site, including information such as your User Name, time of last visit, and pages viewed. Cookies will capture information included in your registration or that you input during the customization of our site. A “web beacon” or “pixel tag” or “clear gif” is typically a one-pixel image, used to pass information from your computer or mobile device to a website.

Why do you use cookies and web beacons?

We use cookies for basic reasons: To allow you to move more quickly and securely through our site and to keep track of what you have in your shopping cart. We accomplish this in many ways, using several different cookies. It allows us to recognize your computer (but not specifically who is using it) upon entering our site by associating the identification numbers in the cookie with other customer information you have provided us. That customer information is stored on our secured database. For example, when you first enter our site, for example, we use a test cookie to confirm your browser’s ability to retain cookies, check our database to verify your registration and log the Internet protocol (IP) that your session originates from. A cookie is then temporarily “set” within your browser to allow you to proceed — without having to ask you for your User Name and Password with each subsequent page you request. Without cookie technology, we would not be able to offer you convenient features such as the ability to store your User Name and Password and save settings for your customized experience. We may also use web beacons, and other technologies, to help track whether our communications are reaching you, to measure their effectiveness, or to collect certain non-personal information about your computer, device, or browser in order to allow us to better design future communications to you.

We may contract with third parties who may use cookies and web beacons and collect information on our behalf or provide services such as credit card processing, shipping, promotional services, or data management. These third parties are prohibited by our contract with them from sharing that information with anyone other than us or our other third-party partners.

So do you track my usage patterns using cookies?

We track the usage of various features within our sites on an anonymized and aggregate basis and report this to advertisers. However, we do not track your usage or other personal information in any individually identified way.

Some web browsers may transmit “Do Not Track” signals to websites visited by the user. Our information collection and disclosure practices will continue to apply as described in this policy, regardless of any “Do Not Track” signals that are sent by certain browsers.

Will the cookies you send me go away?

Some of the cookies we use are automatically deleted from your hard drive after the end of the browser session (“session cookies”). We also use cookies that remain on your hard drive for a certain period of time (between one day and one year, depending on the cookie) after the browser session. “Persistent cookies” are stored on your hard drive and will be deleted by the browser after the given time. You are, of course, free to clear any and all cookies from your hard drive any time you wish.

How can I amend my cookie preferences?

You can configure your browser settings to accept or reject all cookies, notify you when a cookie is set, or delete cookies that have already been set. Every browser is different, so check the “Help” menu of your browser to learn about and to change your cookie preferences. You are always free to decline our cookies if your browser permits, although you may not be able to use certain features on our site. In addition, a number of companies offer utilities designed to help you visit web sites anonymously. The site includes instructions for managing cookies on many commonly used browses.

Do you use third party advertising cookies?

When you visit our site, you may receive cookies that are set by third parties. We use third party retargeting and remarketing features on our website. These technologies allow us to address internet users who previously visited the site by personalized advertising on our partners’ websites. For this purpose, the retargeting or remarketing provider will store a cookie on your hard drive.

Because cookies do not contain or access any personal information, we also allow third parties, like ad networks and servers, to serve customized ads to you. As a result, third parties may access their own cookies or other tracking technologies on your computer or mobile phone. We do not have access to information collected by these third parties, nor does this Cookie Disclosure Statement or our Privacy Policy govern the use of third-party cookies or similar technology.

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