Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy explains how shriverarmguards.com. may collect, use and aggregate personal information about you. If you have questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Policy, you should first contact Shriver Arm Guards at:

Jerry Shriver
Shriver Arm Guards
P.O. Box 94
Greenwood, MO. 64034
Email: info@shriverarmguards.com
Phone: (816) 554-1255
Fax: (816) 554-1255

This statement describes:

Who we are
What information we collect via our Web Site, and how the information is collected.
How we use and protect the information we collect.
What choices are available to you regarding collection, use, and distribution of the information.
How you can correct any inaccuracies in the information.
Information We Collect
General: Portions of shriverarmguards.com require visitors to provide personally identifiable information that may include your name, age, address, e-mail address, credit-card number and facts about your consumer-buying habits. We do not, however, knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 13.

Web site usage: We automatically collect IP addresses and web site usage information from you when you visit our site. This information helps us evaluate how our visitors use and navigate our web sites on an aggregate basis, including the number and frequency of visitors to each web page, the length of their visits, their browser type and their operating systems.

Commitment to Security, Privacy, and Standards
Shriver Arm Guards takes seriously our responsibility to protect the security and privacy of the information we receive and maintain. We have established effective policies that define our commitment to protecting the information and information technology we administer. We continue to review our policies and procedures to assure that they are appropriate and effective in meeting our commitments to our community, our customers, and ourselves.
We maintain strict internal policies against unauthorized disclosure or use of customer information. Procedures and control mechanisms are implemented. This Web site is maintained, viewed, and updated solely by one individual, our Webmaster, and all information is for his use only. We use it to get a credit approval for credit cards and debit cards processing, and may share this information with other credit cards companies such as Novis. Then again, this information is only shared with these other cards issuers if suggested/requested by the applicant.
Any suspected attempt to breach these policies and procedures or to engage in any type of unauthorized action involving this Web site is regarded as potential criminal activity and all suspected computer mischief is reported to the appropriate authorities.

Shriver Arm Guards Use of Personal Information
Information collected regarding visitors to our Web site will be used by Shriver Arm Guards only as appropriate to provide authorized services or to communicate information regarding Shriver Arm Guards services. No information regarding specific persons, including our customers, our employees, or visitors to our Web site, will be provided to any non-affiliated organization, except as may be legally required, to prevent fraud, or to comply with the legal inquiry of the government. This policy does not preclude Shriver Arm Guards’s unrestricted use of non-personal, summarized, derived, or aggregate information (i.e., volumes, totals, averages, etc.).

Customer Options
Shriver Arm Guards does not anticipate a change in its policies regarding the use of personal information (see section above, Use of Personal Information). However, should Shriver Arm Guards at some future time, change its practices regarding the use of personal information (i.e., to share such information with third parties) our customers will be provided an opportunity to choose to be excluded from any such use of public or non-public personal information prior to their information being used for such purposes. You have a choice, where and what you want to be viewed, and you have the option of providing your personal information to our Web Site and link sites.

Changes to Information Security and Privacy Statement
Shriver Arm Guards continues to adhere to good business practices. We will regularly review our policies and practices as it determines them to be warranted. When changes are made that affect Shriver Arm Guards’s information Security and Privacy Statement, these changes will be posted to our Web site.

Information Collected via Our Web Site
We solicit, collect, or retain public or non-public personal information regarding customers or visitors to our Internet sites, only as may be required to allow Shriver Arm Guards to respond to requests for information about our products and services. The only information obtained about a visitor to our Web site is information that is voluntarily supplied by that visitor. Information about our customers and visitor to our Web site, regardless of whether acquired via our Web site, or through other means, is not shared with affiliated or non-affiliated entities.

Cookies
Shriver Arm Guards site, may create a file, or cookie on the hard drive of your computer in order to retain information that is used by our Web site. These files are used during your online session to ensure access to our site is authorized and to control certain parameters of your communication session with our site. We do not use these files to monitor the behavior of visitors to our sites.

IP Addresses
An IP address is a number assigned to your computer for accessing the Internet. All computer identification on the Internet is conducted using IP addresses, to allow other computers and servers to recognize and communicate with each other. If a visitor requests pages from the Shriver Arm Guards site, the servers enter the visitor’s IP address into a log. We do not associate IP addresses with personal information received from visitors.

External Links
Shriver Arm Guards may provide links on the Web site, via advertising and otherwise, to other web sites that are not under our control. We do not endorse or make any warranty of any type regarding the content contained on such web sites or products and services offered therein. Shriver Arm Guards makes no representation regarding your use of such web sites.
Please be aware that we are not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of each and every web site that collects personally identifiable information. This privacy statement applies solely to information collected by these Web sites.

Children
We do not provide content on our Web sites which are intended to attract or encourage the participation of children. We do not solicit or knowingly accept information from persons under the age of 18.

Your Responsibility
You should be familiar with the precautions that are prudent for you to take in providing information to anyone via the Internet. The following site is a good source of information regarding information privacy and secure use of the Internet. The Electronic Frontier Foundation is a good source of Information Security related information and has a valuable list of the Top 12 Ways to Protect Your Online Privacy.

Industry Initiatives
Visa has adopted new operating policies to reassure consumers that it is safe to shop online.
From Visa Web Merchant News:
Effective 1 June 2001, all online Visa merchants must post their privacy policy on their Web sites. Requiring all Visa merchants globally to prominently post their policy regarding use of non-public personal data will instill confidence in consumers and complement Global Payment’s best practices recently set by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Visit Visa’s Web site at: http://www.visa.com/fb/wmn/main.html for complete information regarding the requirement.

Inventory and assess security controls and ensure that personal and cardholder data is secure and not subject to compromise.
Visa has an online automated self-assessment questionnaire located at: http://www.visabrc.com/documents/self-assessment.pdf. You will need Acrobat Reader to view the self-assessment questionnaire. If you do not have any version of Acrobat Reader, you can download the latest 32 bit version available here: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html Also, the Cardholder Information Security Program (CISP) publication identifies best practices for all Internet and card not present merchants, service providers, and others that hold sensitive cardholder data.

In response to the self-regulation policy challenge, Visa policy requires all electronic commerce merchants to post both their consumer data privacy policy and method of transaction security on their Web site no later than June 1, 2001.

Compliance Monitoring Effective May 1, 2001
On May 1, 2001, Visa began an effort to verify compliance with the; Digital Dozen requirements. The validation process consists of intrusion-detection testing, an on-site review, and tests of internal server protections. Visa anticipates that any vulnerability uncovered will be promptly remediated by the merchant.
Inventory and assess security controls and ensure that personal and cardholder data is secure and not subject to compromise. Visa has an online automated self-assessment questionnaire at: http://www.visabrc.com/documents/self-assessment.pdf.

Questions. If you have questions about this privacy policy, please send an e-mail to info@shriverarmguards.com.