Identifying InformationIn general, you can visit the Site without telling us who you are or providing any information about yourself. In some areas of the Site, we ask you to provide information that will enable us to process an order, offer services that require registration, assist you with technical support issues or to follow up with you. Generally, ChristmasExpo requests identifying information when you:
- Register on out site
- Place an order
- Provide feedback to an online survey or tell us about an idea or suggestion.
- Participate in a rebate program, contest, or other promotional offer.
- Request a special service
- Request information or files from technical support or customer service.
In these instances, ProShow, Inc. will ask for your name, address, e-mail address, phone number and other appropriate information needed to provide you with these services. In all instances, if you receive a newsletter or other mailing from us, you will always be able to “unsubscribe” to these mailings at any time.
If you choose to give us personal information for any of the purposes above, this information is retained by ProShow, Inc. and will only be used by ProShow, Inc. to support your customer relationship with us. We will not add you to a mailing list, or newsletter without your registration for this service. We will only contact you if further information is required from you to complete a service.
ProShow, Inc. does not share, rent, or sell any personally identifying information provided through our site (such as your name or email address) to any outside organization for use in its marketing or solicitations. From time to time, ProShow, Inc. may use agents or contractors who will have access to your personal information to perform services for ProShow, Inc. (such as database maintenance or upgrades); however, they are required by us to keep the information confidential and may not use it for any purpose other than to carry out the services for ProShow, Inc. In addition, ProShow, Inc. may also share aggregate information about its customers and its web site visitors to advertisers, business partners, and other third parties. For example, we might share that our users are x-percent PCs users and y- percent Macintosh users. None of this information, however, will contain personal, identifying information about our users.