There are pages on our website where we request information from you in order to fulfill a request for further information. Each of these pages is clearly designed as a form with fields clearly labelled. On these forms, we clearly indicate or request information that we need to fulfill the request. We use the information we collect to fulfill your request. It is our policy not to resell the information you give us. We may, from time to time, use this information to notify you of future product availability, company events, and other related information either via e-mail, mail, or telephone.
There are some pages on this website that use a technology called "cookies". Cookies are strings of text written by programs on this website to a disk file on your computer. They contain information to help us better serve you next time you return to the website. Most browsers can be configured to either notify you when websites create cookies or to disallow the creation of cookies.
There are simple ways to either refuse all cookies, or accept them each time they are offered. Consult your browser's help files for assistance on changing cookie settings or removing cookie files.
ONLINE ORDER INFORMATION AND SECURITY
If you place an order online, we only request the information needed to complete the processing of your orders and billing. We also share our users' personal information with outside shipping companies and credit card processing companies in order to bill and ship your order, but we do not provide any more information than necessary for these purposes. We may also use the information to contact you regarding your order.
OUR SITE SECURITY
We use appropriate security safeguards to protect your personal information against loss, theft, and unauthorized access. Any personal information you provide to Goldline is exchanged on a secure server. We use one of today's most advanced security systems, the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, to encrypt, or encode, information you send to us in the order process. The encryption process protects information, such as your credit card number, and billing and shipping information by scrambling it before it is sent from your computer. Only once we receive your information is it decoded, and we make all reasonable efforts to ensure its security on our own systems.