Box 372<br> 42 Amherst Road<br> Sunderland, MA 01375<br> Phone: +1 (413) 665-7793</p>
<p>You can reach us by e-mail from our Contact page.</p> Information We Collect &.
How It Is Used Summary <p>We collect only as much personal information as necessary in order to sell our products through a secure and functional website.
<strong>We do not track visitors to our website.</strong> Vimeo, Paypal, and Authorize.NET may track visitors, depending on how those visitors use our website (see 'Third Parties' below).
We keep only limited personal information associated with purchases.
We also keep some records of communications with customers.
<strong>We do not sell personal information.</strong> We do not share personal information except with our payment processors.
We will remove your personal information from our systems upon request.</p>
<strong>We do not store full credit card numbers after a purchase.</strong> We are fully compliant with the stringent security standards of the PCI Data Security Standards.</p> Personal information <p>We keep personal information of people who buy merchandise in our online store.
This includes email addresses, telephone numbers, and shipping and billing addresses.
We use this information for contact purposes only, and <strong>we do not share this information with any other organizations.</strong> We do not send unsolicited emails.
We have an opt-in email list for customers who would like to know about new products or developments at our company.
If you give us your telephone number, we will only call you with information or questions regarding orders you have placed online.</p>
<strong>We do not store credit card numbers</strong> except for the last 4 digits.</p>
<p>At any time, users may request that their personal information be removed from our systems.
Please contact us to make this request.
Note that we can only remove your data from our own systems.
You must contact Paypal, Authorize.NET, or Vimeo directly for any requests to be removed from their own systems.</p> Our website <p>The Button Box does not collect information on users who browse our website unless they make a purchase.
Our e-commerce software uses a temporary cookie to keep track of items in the shopping cart, but this cookie is removed after checkout.</p> Third parties <p>Our website uses third-party service providers for some features.</p>
<strong>Vimeo</strong> hosts demonstration videos of our instruments.
Vimeo also generates analytics on users of their website, especially for those users who are account holders at Vimeo's own website.
<em>Please note, if you restrict third-party cookies in your browser, you may have difficulty viewing our videos on our website.
In that case, Vimeo will redirect you to their site for viewing.</em>
<strong>Paypal</strong> is an optional payment method in our online store.
<strong>Authorize.NET</strong> is the payment gateway we use for credit card payments within our shopping cart software.
They collect data to support the processing of payments.
This includes users' names, contact information, and order and payment information.
They may also collect information about the device used to access their services, including IP address.
<p>These services should continue to function even if a user implements strong privacy settings in their device's browser.</p> Data Security <p>Our business complies with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS).
Our shopping cart software uses SSL encryption for receiving and transmitting customer information.
<strong>We do not store credit card numbers</strong> except for the last four digits.</p>
<p>For online credit card payments we use Authorize.NET, a payment gateway, or Paypal if customers so choose.
Both companies adhere to strict industry standards for payment processing, including: 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology for secure Internet Protocol (IP) transactions.
Industry leading encryption hardware and software methods and security protocols to protect customer information.
and compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS).
For additional information regarding the privacy of your sensitive cardholder data, please read the privacy policies at Authorize.NET and Paypal.</p>
<em>Updated November, 2019</em>