WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT?
eobdii believes it is important for you to know what types of
information we collect when you use our site. We employ various
that are needed to compile aggregate non-personally identifiable
information about the visitors to our web site. Personally
identifiable information consists of information that is unique to
you, such as credit card numbers, bank accounts, social security
numbers, home address, email address and the like. This is the type
of information that most people consider private and deem the most
important to protect from unauthorized access. Non-personally
identifiable information most often consists of things such as your
search preferences, the types of products you have bought, how many
times you have visited a particular web site, etc. This type of
information is usually associated with a particular computer or IP
address but not with a particular person. "Cookies" are pieces of
information generated by a Web server and stored in the user's
computer, ready for future access. Each time you access our web
site; our server finds the relevant cookie on your computer. The
information contained within that cookie is then used to customize
your experience with our site. The following is a list of the
information we collect: Email, Name, Company Name, Street Address,
Post Code, City, Country, Telephone Number, Password.
WHY DO WE COLLECT THIS INFORMATION?
We use this information in order to serve the needs of our
customers. We need to know who you are in order to verify the
credit card information you have sent us. We collect several pieces
of personal information from you in order to complete this
verification process. The non-personal information that we collect
from you is used in order to offer you better service and to make
your experience with our site more enjoyable. Any information that
we may inadvertently collect from you, that does not serve one of
these reasons stated above, is immediately purged from our system.
HOW IS YOUR INFORMATION PROTECTED?
We use the latest in encryption technology, including 128 bit SSL
encryption to ensure that any sensitive information that is sent by
you to us via the Internet is protected from unauthorized
interception. We employ the latest in firewall protection to
prevent unauthorized access into our information storage areas. We
maintain a rigorous hiring process to screen out potential
employees with criminal backgrounds. All employees that we do hire
have to sign a confidentiality agreement that forbids them from
disclosing any information to which the employee has access, to
other individuals or entities. We also have back up servers and
power supplies to guard against power outages and other natural
occurrences that could pose a threat to the integrity of your
personal information. Passwords are required in order for you to
gain access to your account. Once an account has been terminated,
measures are taken to remove those users from the system who no
longer need access to our system. When an employee is terminated or
is no longer with the company, we change the access codes that the
employee used to access any customer accounts. Account login
sessions are terminated after three failed login attempts; all
terminated login sessions are logged for follow-up. Passwords must
contain at least six characters, one of which is nonalphanumeric.
Passwords are case sensitive and must be updated every 90 days.
Unused customer accounts, those that have shown no activity for 6
months are purged from our system.
WHO HAS ACCESS TO MY INFORMATION?
Only those employees that are responsible for handling your account
have access to your information. Additionally, employees in our
technical department may have access to your information in order
to conduct routine checks on the integrity of our system and in
order to perform necessary maintenance work. In order to process
your credit card we have to consult with an out side credit card
processing company. These processing companies are regulated by the
banking industry and must meet certain security requirements in
order to be in business. The processing companies will have access
to your credit card information, billing address, name, and
possibly your telephone number. The processing company will
communicate with the issuing bank of your credit card in order to
get final approval to charge your credit card for the product or
services we are providing for you. Should you choose to receive
additional information regarding one of our services or products,
we may pass your email address to one of our partners who offers
similar products or services that you might be interested in.
Additionally, judicial requests by a duly authorized court will
require us to divulge certain