Protecting your privacy is important to us. We hope the following statement will help you understand how The Maine Pie Co. collects, uses and safeguards the personal information you provide to us on our site.
I. INFORMATION COLLECTED
We collect customer billing, shipping and product ordering information. This is the basic information necessary to perform our accounting and display your on-line receipt. We also may use it to plan our inventory and promotions to better match our customer’s needs.
II. WHO SEES THE INFORMATION COLLECTED?
We keep your information in complete confidentiality! We do not share or sell your information or share it with any outside organization (affiliates/subsidiaries/
III. CUSTOMER INQUIRIES
We take your privacy seriously. Any customer inquiry should be directed to email@example.com
IV. CREDIT CARD SAFETY
Protecting the safety of your credit card information is important to us.
We use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to protect the security of your credit card information as it is transmitted to us. SSL is the gold standard in Internet encryption technology, which is a fancy way of saying that it’s a highly sophisticated method of scrambling data as it travels from your computer to our website’s servers.
We also DO NOT store your credit card number or the expiration date or the CVV2/CID on our servers. The credit card is forwarded through the encrypted SSL layer to our credit cart transaction processor. Their site is protected by layers of firewall, security systems and a full time staff of security experts.
In order to assist you when you call to inquire about a particular transaction, we store only the last 4 digits of the card number and the type of card (visa/mc/amex). This minimal information is enough to help you identify which credit card you used to pay for a purchase without any compromise to the security of your credit card information.
V. BANK OR CREDIT CARD COMPANY LIABILITY
Under the Fair Credit Billing Act, your bank or credit card company cannot hold you liable for more than $50 of unauthorized or fraudulent charges on a credit card. Your liability for unauthorized use of a debit card may be higher, but most debit card issuers voluntarily apply the $50 limit to their cards as well. For more information on the Fair Credit Billing Act you can visit: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_
REMEMBER: If unauthorized use of your credit or debit card does occur, you must notify your card provider, in accordance with the agreement you have with the company.