Important Information about Privacy When Using Electronic Devices
The Buster Bat Company (TBBC) uses the information you provide for business purposes only and for your benefit. We do not sell or rent information. We share information with first-party or third-parties solely to provide web services, process payments or shipments, and to generally service your account (or ours). We communicate with you via phone, electronic and standard mail. We collect and store information (i.e. names, phone numbers, addresses, organization affiliation, email addresses, digital messaging, purchase order forms, payment information you request to save, sale confirmations and receipts) in order to process orders and to help TBBC respond to your customer service requests.
We do not use vendors, or other first-party service providers (web or merchant services) if we determine they share or sell information for other than providing your order and servicing needs. The merchant service company uses credit card information and personal information you provide in order to process orders. The web provider does not store information on their servers. The web provider does not use Google Analytics or other analytics services, and affirms that any information collected from TBBC will not be sold, rented or disclosed to any third-parties through their services. The web provider uses internal analytics to provide TBBC with information to determine the effectiveness of its marketing efforts or to provide sales reports for accounting purposes. Although TBBC intends to be as diligent as possible in vetting the privacy and data use of first-party providers, it is recognized that policies and procedures can change without notice to us, therefore, by accessing the website, you agree that TBBC is not responsible for changes to the privacy policies or procedures used by other providers. When you use TBBC website and payment processing services, you consent to the terms, conditions and practices we utilize in order to provide you with the best service possible. You may request to review the provider privacy statements by sending an email to email@example.com.
Can you Opt Out?
New technologies create new policy questions about privacy, causing various state lawmakers to continually address the privacy issues arising from digital and online activities. Certain state laws broadly define the terms “sell” and “sale” to mean the use of certain Cookies or apps as “selling” information. Although TBBC does not sell or rent information, we may not be exempt under the various threshold requirements of these laws. Because the control over your private data is important, if you choose to Opt Out (delete) personal information collected, TBBC may be required to process your order by means other than electronic. If you Opt Out and later visit TBBC website from a different device, browser, or app, you will need to Opt Out again. To Opt Out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and in the subject line indicate Opt Out. You may also mail your request to TBBC Operations, 2825 Oak Lawn Avenue, #190305, Dallas, Texas 75219. We may request additional information to identify you in order to process your request. TBBC reserves the right to deny opt-out request, if it is absolutely necessary to retain certain information, including, but not limited to,
· if a sale is necessary for the business to comply with legal obligations, exercise legal claims or rights, or defend legal claims
· if the personal information is consumer credit reporting information or other types of information exempt from the state laws
· for accounting purposes
Can you Unsubscribe from Email List?
To be removed from our email list, please send an email to email@example.com with the word UNSUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Although not required, it would be helpful, and appreciated if you give a brief explanation in the body of the email as to why you choose to unsubscribe.
Unsubscribing is not the same thing as Opting Out, therefore, if you choose to Opt Out and Unsubscribe, two separate email requests are required.
About Cookies and Other Tracking Technology
Many mobile devices use technologies to store information on the mobile device to enhance browsing. The technologies, called Pixel Tags, Web Beacons, Flash Shared Objects, HTML5 storage and databases, and similar tracking tools to trace web browsing activity across the internet.
Passwords are ciphered as a one-way hash so that it is considered secure, however, no open source internet path is considered completely secure, so it is recommended that you do not use the same password for multiple accounts on your electronic devices and to be careful about any personal or sensitive information you choose to store on any forms.
For more information about Cookies, including how to manage Cookies, go to http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
The Buster Bat Co., 2825 Oak Lawn Avenue #190305, Dallas, Texas 75219
Posted to Web November 2021