North American Equine Services (NAES) respects our customers' right
to privacy online. We keep detailed customer information confidential,
with a few exceptions noted below. Please read the following
will be used and treated as you make use of our online offerings.
Please note that this policy might change from time to time,
so you should check back here periodically.
NAES encourages parents and guardians to spend time online with
their children and to participate in the activities offered
on its site. No information should be submitted to or posted
at NAES by guests under 13 years of age without the consent
of their parent or guardian.
Personal Information Privacy
NAES will take all appropriate steps to keep your personal information
confidential. Those steps include limiting access to client
information databases, communicating this policy statement
to all NAES employees, and establishing and enforcing penalties
for violating this statement.
NAES will not sell, rent, or give away our customers' personal
information to other companies for them to use in selling
others' products or services.
We gather personal information from our customers so we can
better develop our relationship with those customers. Occasionally,
we seek customer comments on our services. These comments
allow us to determine which services our customers should
be made aware of based on their specific needs.
We may communicate with our customers via e-mail or other
online delivery devices only if the customer agrees to receive
those communications. Customers who believe they are receiving
our communications in error or no longer want to receive
them, should inform us and we will promptly remove those
clients' names from our mailing lists.
Asking for Your Information
Personal Information is collected primarily by specifically requesting
it from you. Generally this occurs when you register at
the site or request a service. We will sometimes ask customers
for personal information such as your name, address, e-mail
address, and other details. Providing us your information
will simply help us offer services that we think you'd like
to hear about. When you choose to give personal information
to us over the Internet, we will endeavor to inform you
how we will use the information. Security - Credit Card
We currently use the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol
to safeguard your information, including your credit card
number, during online transactions. We believe SSL to be
a very safe encryption method. You can tell you are using
the Secure Socket Layer encryption when a gold or blue padlock
appears in the corner of your web browser.
In the extremely unlikely event that we ever do suspect
a customer's credit card number has been intercepted, we
will immediately notify the customer.
A cookie is a small piece of data that many Web sites write
to a file on your hard disk. A cookie can contain data like
an ID number used to track what pages are visited. A cookie
cannot by itself be used by a Web site to obtain personal
information about the user or to read information from your
computer other than that which has been voluntarily provided
by you or is contained in cookies given by the same Web
your shopping cart, to tell us whether you have visited
NAES previously, and to help us determine whether you came
to NAES from a particular Internet. We never save passwords
is an industry standard -- you'll find them at most major
Web sites. If you prefer not to receive cookies on NorthAmericanEquine.com,
you can set your browser to warn you before accepting cookies
and refuse the cookie when your browser alerts you to its
presence. You can also refuse all cookies by turning them
off in your browser. You do not need to have cookies turned
on to use any area of NorthAmericanEquine.com.
By using this site, you signify your agreement to the NorthAmericanEquine.com
Privacy Statement and Site Use Policy.
NAES would like to thank all of the contributing photographers for their generosity in allowing
NAES to post photographs throughout this web site. Photo credits are listed, where appropriate.
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