February 23, 2014
1. Information collected by O’Neill Custom Drums
The type of information collected by the O’Neill Custom Drums website is limited to what is provided by you. For example, if you have a question and choose to inquire via the provided online form, any information entered into the form – including your first and last names, your email address, your phone number (if entered), and your question – is exactly the information that will be collected. In other words, the only information that’s ever collected is that which you explicitly provide.
2. How the information is used
O’Neill Custom Drums does not share or sell any of the information you provide. Any information provided will be used solely to serve its respective purpose. For example, you decide to sign up for the O’Neill Custom Drums newsletter (recommended!), so you fill out the online form. In this situation, your email address will be used to deliver the newsletter to your inbox, and your name will be used to personalize the newsletter.
3. Management of your personal information
O’Neill Custom Drums currently does not feature online customer profiles or accounts; however, in the event that such features are established, OCD will provide a simple way for any collected personal information to be managed by its owners.
4. Opting out
If you ever decide that you no longer want to receive email from O’Neill Custom Drums, just click the “Unsubscribe” link provided at the bottom of every communication. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to be removed from the OCD address book.
5. Security and Privacy
O’Neill Custom Drums does not handle transactions directly. Instead, transactions are facilitated by Square.com's secure checkout. For information about their checkout process, please visit https://squareup.com/security.
6. Other security and privacy questions
If you have other questions regarding O’Neill Custom Drums and your privacy, please feel free to contact OCD using the form provided on this website’s contact page. To access a vast resource of additional information about online security and privacy, check out https://www.privacyrights.org/.