Classic Industries® is committed to protecting your privacy as well as your online shopping experience. Classic Industries® utilizes the information we collect from you to process orders and to ensure the best and most secure online shopping experience. Please read the following as it outlines how your information is collected, protected, and how it is used.
Collection and Use of Information:
When submitting your personal to Classic Industries® we collect your name, address, telephone number, credit card information (orders only), and e-mail address. We use this information to process your request or order and to contact you with any questions about your request or order. The information we collect will not be sold or shared with any other company. On occasion, however, Classic Industries® may e-mail you to notify you of changes in our web site or to notify you of special offers that may be of interest. If you do not want to receive these e-mails please click here to unsubscribe to our e-mail list. Information sent to Classic Industries® utilizing the contact information page or comment page is used only for correspondence with you regarding the information you sent us.
Protecting Your Information:
Classic Industries® maintains security measures to protect your personal information stored on our systems. All user information is stored on secure networks that are only accessible by a limited number of employees who have agreed to comply with company policy on privacy and security. For Information on site security and our third party participants please visit www.securitymetrics.com.
About SSL Certificates:
All registration and order information is transmitted via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology and is encrypted by the software before the information is sent across the Internet. VeriSign, Inc has certified classicindustries.com is a secure network for e-commerce transactions. Please be sure that your browser is SSL-enabled. In order to view our site the way it was intended we recommend that you use the following browsers to avoid rendering issues, Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0+, Mozilla Firefox 3.0+, Chrome 8.0+, and Safari 3.0+. For optimum security you should always upgrade your browser software to the latest version.
Cookies and Other Information:
Classic Industries® uses cookie technology to store information on your computer system. This technology does not record any identifying information or personal data about our customers. The information stored helps us identify what parts of our site you have visited and determine what products to offer in the future.
Classic Industries® collects information to monitor traffic patterns and site usage to help us improve the design and effectiveness of our site. We may provide statistical information about our customers to reputable third party vendors for email marketing, and or other advertising purposes to provide our customers with the most relevant information possible. This data does not contain any identifying personal information about our customers.
Links to Other Sites:
Our web site may contain links to other automotive based sites to help provide useful information to our customers across the world. These sites may require you to input information for their data collection purposes. These sites should have separate privacy and data collection practices, independent of Classic Industries®. Classic Industries® has no responsibility or liability for these independent policies or actions and is not responsible for the privacy practice or the content of such Web sites.
While we try to ensure accuracy, we reserve the right to correct any errors in pricing or descriptions, and to cancel or refuse to accept any order based on an incorrect price or description. Such corrections may be made even after an order is accepted.
Thank you for taking the time to read our privacy statement. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us.
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