In no other place is your privacy more important than the Internet. Many technologies are created and used on the world wide web for the sole purpose of gathering and using your personal information. The information below lists all the ways we collect and use your information. In general you will see that we do not share any information that we receive from you unless required or necessary, nor do we gather any personal details without your knowledge and consent.
Use of Personal Information
Your personal information is gathered during the checkout process. Your address, phone number, name, and other details are used solely for the processing of your order. Your billing details must be used with Authorize.net, a 3rd Party Credit Card Processing company. Your shipping address must be shared with any shipping companies such as UPS, FedEx, ABF, or other freight companies. Your shipping address must also be shared with any of our manufacturing suppliers who direct-ship their products. For instance, FireKing products are shipped directly from their warehouse facilities. Under any circumstance listed above that your information must be shared, it will be used solely for the purpose described. We maintain ownership of your personal information and do not authorize any 3rd party to distribute or use your information in any way but to satisfy the shipping and/or billing of your order.
Communications from Keystone
You will not receive emails, phone calls, postal mail, or any communication from us about anything other than your order or emergency situations. If you opt to receive our catalog or email updates, you will always have the option to remove yourself from the list by contacting us or following a link within the email.
Keystone uses 128-bit and 256-bit encryption to gather your information. This is done through Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software. Any time you enter personal details including your credit card information or email address it is being passed through a secure connection. Your connection is secure if you see an 's' after the 'http'. http:// is not secure, while https:// is secure.