We may change this policy from time to time, and if we do we will provide notice on this Web site regarding any changes to this policy.
Information that is Personally Identifiable
Our registration format requests certain contact information from our Users. We collect information that is personally identifiable through the registration and purchasing process when processing your order. When a User completes an order, the format will require personally identifiable information for each proposed insured, including: Contact Information (examples include name, home address, email address) Unique identifiers (example include credit card or social security numbers) Demographic information (examples include zip code, telephone area code, age, birth date, etc)
Like most other Web sites, MarshallPottery.com’s servers may automatically track certain information about activity on our Web site. This information allows us to keep our Web site running efficiently. This information may include: browser being used (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc); your operating system (Windows, Mac OS, etc); your IP address; and the referring URL and all company URL’s you visit. We use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server, and to administer our Web site, but your IP address in not connected to information that is personally identifiable. In addition, MarshallPottery.com may use “cookies” on certain pages of our web site to automatically collect information from a visitor to our web site and transfer this information to the visitor’s hard drive. Cookies help us recognize repeat visitors, allowing communication of a personalized welcome message and tailoring of content to match particular interests.
MarshallPottery.com employs standard industry measures to protect and ensure the confidentiality of your personally identifiable information, including the use of SSL encryption. Despite these efforts, we cannot guarantee the security of your information given the current state of the Internet. We also do not undertake to maintain information about you for a duration greater than as provided by law, rule or regulation