All information supplied to this web site by visitors is considered private and confidential. This means that all information is used in-house only and never distributed to a third-party (see specifics below).
Denver Book Binding, through this web site, may request and collect personal information when you request specific information or refer to products. The requested information is clearly identified on the specific pages involved.
Denver Book Binding, nor any agency involved with the creation or maintenance of this website does not share or sell any personal information you provide to any third parties.
Denver Bookbinding takes security very seriously and has therefore taken every precaution to secure our clients information. In order to secure visitors information, Denver Bookbinding has implemented several security measures to prevent loss, theft, or misuse of any visitor data.
When borrowers use features on the Denver Bookbinding website that involves the transferring of sensitive personal information, Denver Bookbinding requires that a secure connection first be established using 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. During a secure SSL session, data passed back and forth between the user’s computer and Denver Bookbinding’s servers is secured through the use of public key cryptography. The user’s computer exchanges key information with Denver Bookbinding’s computers to create a private conversation that only the user’s computer and Denver Bookbinding’s systems may understand. The U.S. government regulates 128-bit encryption; it can only be used by citizens and permanent residents of the United States and Canada. To benefit from this security and to use many of the features on the Denver Bookbinding site you will need to download a 128-bit enabled browser from Microsoft, Netscape, or another software company.
In addition to using 128-bit encryption in the browser, all credit card information that are stored in Denver Bookbinding’s databases are encrypted.
Each time you enter a secure connection while using the Denver Bookbinding website your browser will notify you, unless the feature has been turned off. Please note that if you have left a secure connection all data sent to Denver Bookbinding is over an unsecure connection.
When a user sends e-mail messages to Denver Bookbinding, the return address may be used to respond to the inquiry. The content and address contained in the message will be permanently recorded so that it can be referenced in future communications between the borrower and Denver Bookbinding. Email is not a secure means of transmitting information.
Refunds are based on the nature of the products sold. Those that are provided with custom services such as cutting binder boards or fabrics are non-refundable.
Other items, if returned in an unused and sellable condition may be returned by contacting our offices to arrange for return of merchandise. In all cases, the purchaser is responsible for all charges involved in the return of materials purchased online.
We will credit your card with a refund within 5 working days. Sorry, refunds by cash or check are not provided.
Automatically logged information
Some information is captured automatically by the web site and/or the web hosting service where this web site is located. Typically, this information is limited to:
- The IP address of the visitor
- The web page(s) reviewed
- Date and time of web page access
- The type of web browser used to access the site.
Not automatically captured are any other forms of personal information, including:
Email addresses (no underlying technology), however certain visitor feedback and program demonstration facilities provide the option for visitor to include an email address within their message. See Email addresses and SPAM below.
Any form of telephone number, credit card information or similar items, except as noted for the reasons cited on this page (again, no underlying technology).
Logged information is used to diagnose problems with the Internet connection, web site setup, server functionality and internal programming that generates browser-specific information, and to administer the systems.
Email addresses and SPAM
All email addresses received by Denver Book Binding through this web site are supplied voluntarily by visitors. Under no circumstances will Denver Book Binding distribute email addresses - to anyone - unless legally obligated to do so.
Email addresses are private and used only as required in-house to service visitor enquiries and/or address service issues.
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This web site contains links to other sites that are not under its control. Denver Book Binding is not responsible for the content or privacy policies of linked web sites.
We will, however, investigate and remove any link to an external web site reported by visitors as either fraudulent, misleading or questionable.
In most cases, cookies are ’non-persistent.’ That is, they exist for only the time a particular browser session is used on the site, then deleted.
Your bookmarks are private. No other person or agency (including this web site) has any access to use or see your personal bookmarks.
Please send any questions about this privacy statement or the practices of this website to the webmaster: HirMon & Associates, Inc..