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The Information We Collect
A. For all website visitors, regardless if you create an account with litfirepublishing.com, we collect the following information:
- IP address
- Browser type
- Page views
To collect this information, we apply third party applications, such as website analytics tools like Google Analytics. The information we collect will help us improve the siteâ€™s performance, user-friendliness and security. It also helps us tailor the content we display according to every visitorâ€™s interests.
B. When you create an account with LitFire Publishing, we ask you to provide information that identifies you as an individual (personal information). This includes your full name, e-mail address, and a chosen password. These details are not necessary to use the website, but they are needed to use certain services. Your password is for accessing your account, so it must be as secure as possible. A good password includes a combination of random letters and numbers and is not obvious, such as a petâ€™s name or a favorite sports team.
The e-mail address you provide is where we will contact you regarding our range of services and product updates.
C. We will need additional information should you make a product or service order through the LitFire Publishing website:
- Credit card number and expiration date
- Billing name
- Billing address
- Shipping address
Who Can See Your Personal Information?
How Your Information Is Processed and Protected
A. We strive to protect data confidentiality by using encryption technology. For maximum security, all your order information, including your name, contact number, billing address, shipping address, and credit card data, is encrypted using a secure server.
To handle and process your financial information and transactions, we cooperate with Verisign and PayPal, two of the most trusted names in ecommerce and payment processing. They receive your credit card data, verify your numbers and process your transaction. Payments can be made either via credit card or PayPal. You should be aware that it is your responsibility to protect your account and computer from unauthorized access.
Your financial data cannot be read or accessed as it travels through the ordering system. To take protective measures a step higher, we store only the last four digits of your credit card number on a server that cannot be accessed via Internet.
Accessing and Correcting Your Personal Information
If you would like to access or change personal information we have about you, please sign in to your litfirepublishing.com account and edit your information from there. If you would like to delete your personal information stored in our servers, please contact us through e-mail. We will respond within ten business days from receipt of your request. Information that cannot be altered through your account can be updated by contacting us via e-mail or phone. Please credibly show us any error or information that needs to be changed or deleted.
To protect your privacy and confidentiality, we use reasonable efforts to verify your identity before granting you access to make changes, deletions or updates.
We will retain your information as long as your account is active or as needed to provide you service.
A. We may submit your personal and financial information to companies that help us accomplish our business activities, including third party booksellers and payment processors. These companies are authorized to use your information only when necessary to deliver their services to LitFire Publishing.
B. We may disclose your personal information when required by federal, state or local law, such as to comply with a subpoena or similar legal process, when we believe that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights, protect your safety or the safety of others, investigate fraud, or respond to a government request.
C. If LitFire Publishing is involved in a merger, acquisition or sale of all or a portion of its assets, we reserve the right to transfer personal information or non-personal information to a party involved in the merger, acquisition or sale to the extent that such information is necessary to carry out the merger, acquisition or sale.
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- When you visit our website, we remember your browser information and the pages you select so that when you return to our website at a later time, we can present a shopping and browsing experience tailored to your interests.
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