It is important to us that you feel comfortable interacting with Betteridge.com. For this reason, we want you to fully understand the priority that we place on the confidentiality of customer information.
This Policy was last updated on August 2nd, 2019.
We retain information provided by our visitors when registering for an account, including name, email address, mailing address and phone number. We utilize industry-standard encryption technologies when transmitting and receiving customer registration information. Moreover, we store customer registration information in a secure, confidential database with the account password as an encrypted string.
When visitors give us their email address (e.g., when registering for an account or signing up for Betteridge's email newsletter), or send us any form of email correspondence, we retain their email address in our confidential, customer database. We do not sell our client email lists to third-parties. Your email address may be provided to a third-party payment processor when completing an e-commerce transaction or to a third-party review service subsequent to placing an e-commerce order. We may also use your email address to share Betteridge information with you about products or services that we think may be of interest. You may opt to not receive these emails at any time by clicking on the "Unsubscribe" link at the bottom of email communications. If you would like us to make sure that you do not receive Betteridge promotional emails in the future, please email us.
If you provide a mailing address and request a catalog, you will receive periodic, promotional mailings from us.
For your security, we do not store full credit or debit card numbers to our customer database, nor do we save other sensitive cardholder data, including expiration dates or card security codes.
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We may disclose your personal information, if required by law, court order or a good faith belief that such disclosure is necessary to be in compliance with the law.