Privacy Policy Pri­va­cy Pol­i­cy
This pri­va­cy pol­i­cy has been com­piled to bet­ter serve those who are con­cerned with how their ‘Per­son­al­ly iden­ti­fi­able infor­ma­tion’ (PII) is being used online. PII, as used in US pri­va­cy law and infor­ma­tion secu­ri­ty, is infor­ma­tion that can be used on its own or with oth­er infor­ma­tion to iden­ti­fy, con­tact, or locate a sin­gle per­son, or to iden­ti­fy an indi­vid­ual in con­text. Please read our pri­va­cy pol­i­cy care­ful­ly to get a clear under­stand­ing of how we col­lect, use, pro­tect or oth­er­wise han­dle your Per­son­al­ly Iden­ti­fi­able Infor­ma­tion in accor­dance with our web­site.

What per­son­al infor­ma­tion do we col­lect from the peo­ple that vis­it our blog, web­site or app?
When order­ing or reg­is­ter­ing on our site, as appro­pri­ate, you may be asked to enter your name, email address or oth­er details to help you with your expe­ri­ence.
When do we col­lect infor­ma­tion?
We col­lect infor­ma­tion from you when you place an order, sub­scribe to a newslet­ter or enter infor­ma­tion on our site.

How do we use your infor­ma­tion?
We may use the infor­ma­tion we col­lect from you when you reg­is­ter, make a pur­chase, sign up for our newslet­ter, respond to a sur­vey or mar­ket­ing com­mu­ni­ca­tion, surf the web­site, or use cer­tain oth­er site fea­tures in the fol­low­ing ways:
      To improve our web­site in order to bet­ter serve you.
      To quick­ly process your trans­ac­tions.

How do we pro­tect vis­i­tor infor­ma­tion?
Our web­site is scanned on a reg­u­lar basis for secu­ri­ty holes and known vul­ner­a­bil­i­ties in order to make your vis­it to our site as safe as pos­si­ble.
We use reg­u­lar Mal­ware Scan­ning.
Your per­son­al infor­ma­tion is con­tained behind secured net­works and is only acces­si­ble by a lim­it­ed num­ber of per­sons who have spe­cial access rights to such sys­tems, and are required to keep the infor­ma­tion con­fi­den­tial. In addi­tion, all sensitive/credit infor­ma­tion you sup­ply is encrypt­ed via Secure Sock­et Lay­er (SSL) tech­nol­o­gy.
We imple­ment a vari­ety of secu­ri­ty mea­sures when a user places an order to main­tain the safe­ty of your per­son­al infor­ma­tion.
For your con­ve­nience we may store your cred­it card infor­ma­tion longer than 30 days in order to expe­dite future orders, and to auto­mate the billing process.

Do we use ‘cook­ies’?
Yes. Cook­ies are small files that a site or its ser­vice provider trans­fers to your computer’s hard dri­ve through your Web brows­er (if you allow) that enables the site’s or ser­vice provider’s sys­tems to rec­og­nize your brows­er and cap­ture and remem­ber cer­tain infor­ma­tion. For instance, we use cook­ies to help us remem­ber and process the items in your shop­ping cart. They are also used to help us under­stand your pref­er­ences based on pre­vi­ous or cur­rent site activ­i­ty, which enables us to pro­vide you with improved ser­vices. We also use cook­ies to help us com­pile aggre­gate data about site traf­fic and site inter­ac­tion so that we can offer bet­ter site expe­ri­ences and tools in the future.
We use cook­ies to:
      Under­stand and save user’s pref­er­ences for future vis­its.
You can choose to have your com­put­er warn you each time a cook­ie is being sent, or you can choose to turn off all cook­ies. You do this through your brows­er (like Inter­net Explor­er) set­tings. Each brows­er is a lit­tle dif­fer­ent, so look at your browser’s Help menu to learn the cor­rect way to mod­i­fy your cook­ies.
If you dis­able cook­ies off, some fea­tures will be dis­abled It won’t affect the user’s expe­ri­ence that make your site expe­ri­ence more effi­cient and some of our ser­vices will not func­tion prop­er­ly.
How­ev­er, you can still place orders .

Third-par­ty dis­clo­sure
We do not sell, trade, or oth­er­wise trans­fer to out­side par­ties your per­son­al­ly iden­ti­fi­able infor­ma­tion unless we pro­vide users with advance notice. This does not include web­site host­ing part­ners and oth­er par­ties who assist us in oper­at­ing our web­site, con­duct­ing our busi­ness, or serv­ing our users, so long as those par­ties agree to keep this infor­ma­tion con­fi­den­tial. We may also release infor­ma­tion when it’s release is appro­pri­ate to com­ply with the law, enforce our site poli­cies, or pro­tect ours or oth­ers’ rights, prop­er­ty, or safe­ty.

How­ev­er, non-per­son­al­ly iden­ti­fi­able vis­i­tor infor­ma­tion may be pro­vid­ed to oth­er par­ties for mar­ket­ing, adver­tis­ing, or oth­er uses.

Third-par­ty links
Occa­sion­al­ly, at our dis­cre­tion, we may include or offer third-par­ty prod­ucts or ser­vices on our web­site. These third-par­ty sites have sep­a­rate and inde­pen­dent pri­va­cy poli­cies. We there­fore have no respon­si­bil­i­ty or lia­bil­i­ty for the con­tent and activ­i­ties of these linked sites. Nonethe­less, we seek to pro­tect the integri­ty of our site and wel­come any feed­back about these sites.

Google’s adver­tis­ing require­ments can be summed up by Google’s Adver­tis­ing Prin­ci­ples. They are put in place to pro­vide a pos­i­tive expe­ri­ence for users.
We use Google AdSense Adver­tis­ing on our web­site.
Google, as a third-par­ty ven­dor, uses cook­ies to serve ads on our site. Google’s use of the DART cook­ie enables it to serve ads to our users based on pre­vi­ous vis­its to our site and 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.
We have imple­ment­ed the fol­low­ing:
      Demo­graph­ics and Inter­ests Report­ing
We along with third-par­ty ven­dors, such as Google use first-par­ty cook­ies (such as the Google Ana­lyt­ics cook­ies) and third-par­ty cook­ies (such as the Dou­bleClick cook­ie) or oth­er third-par­ty iden­ti­fiers togeth­er
track web­site infor­ma­tion
Opt­ing out:
Users can set pref­er­ences for how Google adver­tis­es to you using the Google Ad Set­tings page. Alter­na­tive­ly, you can opt out by vis­it­ing the Net­work Adver­tis­ing ini­tia­tive opt out page or per­ma­nent­ly using the Google Ana­lyt­ics Opt Out Brows­er add on.

Cal­i­for­nia Online Pri­va­cy Pro­tec­tion Act
CalOP­PA is the first state law in the nation to require com­mer­cial web­sites and online ser­vices to post a pri­va­cy pol­i­cy. The law’s reach stretch­es well beyond Cal­i­for­nia to require a per­son or com­pa­ny in the Unit­ed States (and con­ceiv­ably the world) that oper­ates web­sites col­lect­ing per­son­al­ly iden­ti­fi­able infor­ma­tion from Cal­i­for­nia con­sumers to post a con­spic­u­ous pri­va­cy pol­i­cy on its web­site stat­ing exact­ly the infor­ma­tion being col­lect­ed and those indi­vid­u­als with whom it is being shared, and to com­ply with this pol­i­cy. — See more at:
Accord­ing to CalOP­PA we agree to the fol­low­ing:
Users can vis­it our site anony­mous­ly.
Once this pri­va­cy pol­i­cy is cre­at­ed, we will add a link to it on our home page or as a min­i­mum on the first sig­nif­i­cant page after enter­ing our web­site.
Our Pri­va­cy Pol­i­cy link includes the word ‘Pri­va­cy’ and can be eas­i­ly be found on the page spec­i­fied above.
Users will be noti­fied of any pri­va­cy pol­i­cy changes:
      On our Pri­va­cy Pol­i­cy Page
Users are able to change their per­son­al infor­ma­tion:
      By email­ing us
How does our site han­dle do not track sig­nals?
We hon­or do not track sig­nals and do not track, plant cook­ies, or use adver­tis­ing when a Do Not Track (DNT) brows­er mech­a­nism is in place.
Does our site allow third-par­ty behav­ioral track­ing?
It’s also impor­tant to note that we allow third-par­ty behav­ioral track­ing

COPPA (Chil­dren Online Pri­va­cy Pro­tec­tion Act)
When it comes to the col­lec­tion of per­son­al infor­ma­tion from chil­dren under 13, the Children’s Online Pri­va­cy Pro­tec­tion Act (COPPA) puts par­ents in con­trol. The Fed­er­al Trade Com­mis­sion, the nation’s con­sumer pro­tec­tion agency, enforces the COPPA Rule, which spells out what oper­a­tors of web­sites and online ser­vices must do to pro­tect children’s pri­va­cy and safe­ty online.
We do not specif­i­cal­ly mar­ket to chil­dren under 13.

Fair Infor­ma­tion Prac­tices
The Fair Infor­ma­tion Prac­tices Prin­ci­ples form the back­bone of pri­va­cy law in the Unit­ed States and the con­cepts they include have played a sig­nif­i­cant role in the devel­op­ment of data pro­tec­tion laws around the globe. Under­stand­ing the Fair Infor­ma­tion Prac­tice Prin­ci­ples and how they should be imple­ment­ed is crit­i­cal to com­ply with the var­i­ous pri­va­cy laws that pro­tect per­son­al infor­ma­tion.
In order to be in line with Fair Infor­ma­tion Prac­tices we will take the fol­low­ing respon­sive action, should a data breach occur:
We will noti­fy the users via email
      With­in 7 busi­ness days
We also agree to the Indi­vid­ual Redress Prin­ci­ple, which requires that indi­vid­u­als have a right to pur­sue legal­ly enforce­able rights against data col­lec­tors and proces­sors who fail to adhere to the law. This prin­ci­ple requires not only that indi­vid­u­als have enforce­able rights against data users, but also that indi­vid­u­als have recourse to courts or gov­ern­ment agen­cies to inves­ti­gate and/or pros­e­cute non-com­pli­ance by data proces­sors.

The CAN-SPAM Act is a law that sets the rules for com­mer­cial email, estab­lish­es require­ments for com­mer­cial mes­sages, gives recip­i­ents the right to have emails stopped from being sent to them, and spells out tough penal­ties for vio­la­tions.
We col­lect your email address in order to:
To be in accor­dance with CANSPAM we agree to the fol­low­ing:

If at any time you would like to unsub­scribe from receiv­ing future emails, you can email us at

and we will prompt­ly remove you from ALL cor­re­spon­dence.

Con­tact­ing Us
If there are any ques­tions regard­ing this pri­va­cy pol­i­cy you may con­tact us using the infor­ma­tion below.
15851 Dal­las Park­way, Suite 306

Addi­son, TX 75001

Last Edit­ed on 2016-04-18