Collection and Use of Information - Acme Firearms does not collect any personally identifiable information about you unless you voluntarily submit such information to us such as by subscribing to our eNewsletter. Personally identifiable information includes names, addresses, phone, fax or email addresses. It is our policy to send emails for marketing or promotional purposes only to consumers who give us permission to do so. In every such email we will have instructions on how you may unsubscribe from the email list. From this point your information will generally be deleted from our database. Those who request information and request receipt of continuing marketing and other information from us, shall occasionally receive email communications to provide information which we think you may find useful/beneficial, including information about new products and services.
Disclosure of Information - Acme Firearms shall not sell, trade or rent your personal information to others. We may provide your information to others if required or permitted to do so by law in accordance with the National Privacy Principles.
Review and Removal of your Personally Identifiable Data - Acme Firearms respects your right to access personal information we have collected about you at any time and make changes you deem appropriate. Personal details can be changed at any time by contacting us by email or by mail. Acme Firearms accepts your right to opt out of any consumer research we conduct, at any time.
Cookies and Other Tracking Methods - We track traffic patterns throughout the URL's (website) registered to Acme Firearms. We may use a feature of your browser called a 'cookie'. Cookies are small pieces of information stored on your hard drive, not on our website, to help you navigate a website as easily as possible. Cookies by themselves cannot be used to find out your identity or the identities of any of our users - they only identify your computer to our servers when you visit our website.
Security - We use industry-standard methods to protect your personally identifiable information from unauthorised access. Among other techniques, we usually store such information on a computer behind our 'firewall' in a secure location, and we restrict the number of employees internally who can access such data.