Privacy Notice


When you send confidential personal information to us , we provide you the opportunity to establish a "secure session" using Secure Socket Layer (SSL). SSL ensures that the information passed back and forth between your computer and our system is secured by using public key cryptography.

Your computer exchanges key information with our system to create a private conversation that only your computer and our system can understand. In order to use the secure website, users are required to be running an SSL-capable browser. MS Internet Explorer 3.0 (or later) and Netscape Navigator 2.0 (or later) are all SSL-capable browsers. Information Collection:
When you browse this website, you do so anonymously. Personal information is not collected; cookies are not deposited on your machine.

Information Use:

Employee access is limited to those with a legitimate business purposes.
This information will not be used for any purpose that is not permitted or not required by law. Furthermore, we will not sell this information to third parties .

Third party ad servers:

We do not partner with or have special relationships with any ad server companies.


We do not knowingly solicit data from children and we do not knowingly market to children.

Use of cookies:

We use cookies to store visitors' preferences, record session information (such as items that consumers add to their shopping cart), record user-specific information on what pages users access or visit, and to customize Web page content based on visitors' browser type or other information that the visitor sends. These are session specific Cookies ONLY used only for that one session or visit. These cookies expire quickly and do not retain personal data.

More Security Information!

All online transactions are handled with industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption.

When you enter your credit card number into the order form, it is transmitted across the Internet in an encrypted (scrambled) form, then decoded when it gets to us.

A programmer from France was able to break this encryption technology in response to an online challenge, but he required 120 workstations on two supercomputers running for 8 days to break a single message.

To break another transmission, would require another 8 days. So, while internet encryption can be broken, it requires a lot of expensive computing power. In this case the use of the equipment and facilities cost about $10,000, just to break one message.

As a result, you're more likely to have your credit card information stolen in offline ways, such as someone going through your mail or sifting through the trash from a local department store.

If you are not the kind of person who worries about being hit by lightning as you're crossing the street, you probably don't have to worry that your credit card number will be intercepted via a secure Web site.

According to CNN, "The prevalent that on-line credit card use is actually no riskier for consumers than traditional "low-tech" transactions."

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