Coast2Coast Diabetic is committed to protecting your privacy and to ensuring any personally identifiable information you provide via this website is safeguarded by multiple layers of security and procedures. It is our mission to adhere to policies that prevent unauthorized use of your personal information; to maintain the accuracy of the information provided; and to protect the privacy of your information using the best security technologies. We maintain rigorous security and quality controls to ensure that all of our marketing practices meet or exceed industry standards and all State and Federal regulations. Below is more information on the measures and policies used by Coast2Coast Diabetic. By using this website, you are confirming your understanding and acceptance of these measures and policies.
What information does Coast2Coast Diabetic collect, and how is it used?
There are two types of information Coast2Coast Diabetic might collect. First, we may ask you directly for information about your interests or for feedback so that we can improve our site and service. Providing us with this information is optional.
The second type of information we collect is technical and statistical data that is collected automatically whenever you visit our website. This type of information may include things such as your IP address, operating system, type of browser and website activity. We collect this data to help us improve the quality of our website and make your visits to the site easy, convenient and meaningful. We do not link this information to personally identifiable information.
Does Coast2Coast Diabetic disclose the information it collects to outside parties?
No, Coast2Coast Diabetic does not provide or resell any confidential customer information that is obtained or derived in its marketing efforts. However, we must cooperate fully should a situation arise where we are required by law or legal process to provide information about a customer.
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How does Coast2Coast Diabetic protect customer information?
We work to protect the security of your information during transmission by using the most advanced technology available, Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-256) encryption over Secure Socket Layer (SSL). SSL is supported by most frame-enabled browsers. When you begin a transaction, the rest of your visit will take place on our secure server. You will see a small key or padlock in the bottom right corner of your browser indicating that your transaction is secure.
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