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Privacy

EpiCraze is committed to privacy. We are dedicated to protecting your privacy and the personal information received by each and every visitor to our website. Your privacy is so important we’ve decided to elaborate exactly how we gather and disseminate any information from this site.

After reading, you’ll understand the methods we employ to collect information, how it is used, and all of the precautions we take in dealing with any personal information you share with us. We truly believe that in reading this policy you will be able to make well-informed decisions while visiting and using EpiCraze. But don’t worry, we’ll keep our eye on it, reassess, and update our policy and safety as the market, users, technology, and the needs of our business change.

What information do we collect from users? There are a many types of information out there. There are two types of information we may collect. First there’s personal information. This is information, which you volunteer to disclose to us. This information we collect on an individual basis. The second type is aggregate website data. This information is collected while you are visiting EpiCraze.

  1. Voluntary Information

From Registrations We collect personal information from you when you sign up for newsletters, or purchase products or services.

From Credit Card Transactions Using services and buying products from this site may require us to collect your personal info and authorization to send your info to the appropriate credit agency for approval and payment. Examples of information we’d need includes: name, credit card number, mailing address and email address, the name on the credit card, and the billing address for it. We also request home and/or work phone numbers.

From Emails If you choose to email us, we might keep all correspondence, as well as your name and email address. We will treat this information with the same respect as we do for information from telephone or postal mail.

  1. Website usage data 

Like many other websites, we use cookies and website server logs. These are used in order for us to paint a sort of picture of how our site is utilized by our valued users. (To learn more about cookies, see the section named “What Exactly are Cookies.”) We might use cookies or server logs to see dates and times that users visited. We might also learn about which pages you viewed and how long you viewed them for. The usage data may also be used to tell us which site you used to navigate to us as well us where our site led you.

What do we do with all of this data?

In general, we use the aforementioned information to make things better for both our business and our users. We want to keep an eye on our services, assess our promotional capabilities, continually improve our content and layout, to offer you any products, and other purposes allowed under law. Along with this, we may share this data in aggregate with other parties; however, anything that personally identifies you, or your business, is not shared, unless required by law.

Occasionally we also use this collected data to send items of interest to you. These may include notifications of changes to this site, our services, and sometimes of special offers we think may intrigue you. If at any time you wish to stop receiving these sorts of notifications, you may email us at the link we supply within the newsletter.

What Exactly are Cookies? Everyone is talking about them and we know (in this case) they are not the sugary, sweet bakery treat. But they are sort of cute. A cookie is an itty-bitty text document. This text document typically has a random, anonymous identifier. Cookies uniquely assign these identifiers to the site’s users. Your server will ask you if you want to store cookies on your hard drive. Allowed sites access this area for the cookies it sent to you, but certainly not cookies that you have received from another site. Don’t worry: Cookies cannot take data from your hard drive. They can’t transmit viruses either.

Many browser settings default to allow cookies, but you do have a choice in the matter. Use your preferences or configuration section of your browser to block them from being saved. But, do note that if you block cookies you may not enjoy a full-functioning site.

Traffic Data: Your computer uses an IP address each time it makes a connection to the Internet. An IP Address is a number used for network identity. In the case of our site, your IP address is collected automatically and used for demographic and profiling reasons (i.e., ‘traffic data’).

Selling and Disseminating Your Info Unless we need to share it to complete a transaction, or to deliver services at your request, we absolutely will not sell, share, give, or even loan your information to anyone.

Want to check or update your info? If you email us at our normal address, we will attempt to provide you with everything associated with you personally in our database.

What if the law requires you to disclose information? If legally obliged, i.e. we believe in good faith that the law requires it, or to protect our own legal rights, we will share information. Also, we may use collected information in the event of having to contact someone as a matter of legal action for Terms of Service violations, or in order to protect our users or the public.

What about any sites that link to EpiCraze? We hold no responsibility for any websites that link to this site, or that we link to. We also bear no responsibility for the practices of these sites. Typically, any links we display are to be used for additional insight and information about topics we think might be useful to our users.

Note: following a link to another site from ours means that our Privacy Policy will no longer be in effect. Any browsing or actions done with the other website is subject to their policies regarding privacy. Be sure to familiarize yourself with their rules before proceeding with anything.

Consent to data collection When you use this website, you are giving consent to the collection and use of the personal data that’s laid out in this Privacy Policy. Furthermore, amendments to this policy are subject to happen at anytime, without prior notice.

Be advised that all your information is stored on computers located in the United States. U.S. laws regarding personal data may not encompass everything in the laws of the country in which you live. We have put in place a number of electronic, physical and managerial safeguards data as safe as possible because: We’re committed to keeping data safe and secure.

You choose. Visitors always have a choice to unsubscribe from messages they no longer wish to receive at anytime. If a user chooses to unsubscribe, sending will be stopped as soon as technologically possible.

Contests or Surveys

Now and again, this site offers surveys and contests that may require us to request user information. If users choose to partake in a contest or survey, it is a voluntary participation. In this participation, the user decides whether to provide data. Such data that may be requested for contests and surveys includes shipping address, name, ZIP code or age. Moreover, this same information will be used to contact and notify winners to award contest prizes. We use the survey data to monitor and improve user experience and satisfaction with our website services.

The use of this site by children

None of our services may be used by children without supervision. We also ask that children less than 14 years old do not submit any of their personal data to our site. Minors are only to use this site and its services with the permission and supervision of parents or guardians.

In case of ownership change or acquisition

If this site, or some of its assets, gets acquired, any of your data will be included as part of the transaction, and may be included in the transfer to the new owners.

Advertisements

We use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our website. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, click here.

Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on your site. Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it and its partners to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and/or other sites on the Internet. Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

Google Analytics Tracking

We’ve implemented a tracking code in order to collect demographic information in Google Anayltics. You can opt-out of this program anytime by adjusting your Ads Settings. You may also wish to review other available opt-outs.

Modifications to this Privacy Policy

Periodically, we reserve the right to make changes to our privacy policy. If these changes happen, users who have expressed permission to us to notify will receive a message from us, which will explain the changes. In the event of a policy change, any data collected under this current privacy policy will not be subject to the terms of the new policy without receiving your consent.