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Customer Privacy Statement as a policy
PixSavers Consumer Privacy Overview
Client privacy statements posted on this Website are a responsibility of PixSavers Photo Restoration & Photography.
Notice to solicitors: do not request our customer records per anything. By posting this, PixSavers has an agreement-
PixSavers has never, does not, will not, won't sell, won't rent, won't share, won't provide, won't lend, any customer info.
Further, PixSavers does not contract with any third-party per any proposal(s) per any reason(s) even in an emergency.
Restrictions: only in the event which a court or government agency requests info, that request will be copied to client.
More about these initial statements are covered under the following amendments as posted and is visible to clients.
In 2008 the BBB accredited PixSavers with a rating of A+ as a member in good standing without one single complaint.
By this, in conjunction between the BBB and PixSavers, both companies shall set a good, honest, business example.
PixSavers is committed to ensuring customer privacy, hereby in accordance with the posted, committed, statements.
Definition of Client Confidentiality
This is the principle that an institution or individual should not reveal information about their clients to a third party without the
consent of the client or customer, in a clear and legal and reason. This is provided by companies in most countries.
The access to a client's data as provided by the institution in question is usually limited to law enforcement agencies and
requires some legal procedures to be accomplished prior to such action (e.g.: court order etc.). This applies to bank account
information or medical records. In some cases the data is by definition inaccessible to third parties and should never be
revealed; including confidential information gathered by attorneys, psychiatrists, psychologists, or priests.
Types of Customer Information Collected
The information we gather is general information you supply when you order, or initiate product transactions. We do not
collect information for affiliates or by affiliates. We usually decline their offers. Also, we decline offers from third party
services providers which offer their services. Information Collected: For an initial order we record client name(s),
addresses, phone number(s), cell phone number(s), email(s), fax number. PixSavers reserves the right to contact its clients
by mail, email or fax in daily practice and its normal course of business. We reserve the right to contact customers for
business that may effect customers account or order, and to notify clients of our own services, whether in sales, advertising,
special pricing, or to notify customer of changes that might effect them. Further, we reserve to contact customer through
phone calls, postal, fax or email for the afore mentioned purposes if any. Also, we reserve the right to contact customers by
the same means of communications within an order-signing format. For these purposes, all of this type of information per all
parties is kept confidentially between customer and PixSavers.
Safeguarding our Customer Information
We protect your personal information from loss, unauthorized use or misuse, by personnel known industry safeguards,
as we are required to save data on servers, workstations, discs, hard drives within a network and on external hard drives.
Records are purged on a 3 year basis as files are kept in office files only for business purposes, only used by PixSavers.
Such files are password protected as networks are also protected by permissions maintained by software administrator,
a qualified on-staff Microsoft Certified Software Engineer (MCSE), maintains authorized passwords. Files are not shared.
Government Requests for Information
Customer information is NOT kept confidential if that information is requested from any court or lawyer's subpoena.
In addition, any tax assessor, Federal or State auditor, may request customer records for any purpose or reference.
To date, PixSavers has not had any court action(s) or lawful warranted information request(s) for any such purpose.
If any legally request for any customer record from PixSavers, that customer will be notified per such legal request.
PixSavers respects and guards customer records as if our own. Requests for them won't be given up very easily.
You may visit your Federal Trade Commission Website to review all consumer rights or business responsibility.
Also, you may check your local city, town or township, county, parish, state, for laws that might apply.
Merchant Accounts - Customer Credit Card Transactions
PixSavers had a merchant account early in its management but canceled it due to its contractor's mismanaged practices.
Reluctant to begin another merchant account, PixSavers has taken credit card transactions, but does take checks or cash.
Bank checks written to PixSavers are securely handled in the correct manner which its bank accepts its check deposited.
In the future, PixSavers may open a merchant account, only with a trusted company which is known by everyone involved.
Our company will keep all records internal, confidential, and for our accountants eyes only as we do business correctly.
Customers are assured that records kept will be held in their strictest form of security as information from these files is
never shared with anyone, other than the normal practices which the bank involved receive your data for its processing.
The only authorized personnel at PixSavers to process your credit card information shall be Steve Lehman, our owner.
Consumer Privacy According to the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution
This Privacy Act of 1974, a United States federal law, establishes a Code of Fair Information Practice that governs the
collection, maintenance, use, and dissemination of personally identifiable information about individuals that is maintained in
systems of records by federal agencies. Privacy law refers to the laws which deal with the regulation of personal information
about individuals which can be collected by governments and other public as well as private organizations and its storage
and use. You may see more at this link - see paragraph heading, "United States".
For questions, you may send email or call 206-337-2020
firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-337-2020 / 888-546-2384
Revisions are posted yearly. Last post was Aug. 19 2016