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Privacy Policy

 

Privacy

When you register with Total Parts Plus, we will ask for your name, your billing address, the address for shipment of the order, and your email address. Total Parts Plus and its Agents will protect the information that is gathered on this site as company confidential. It will not be shared, bartered, or sold to ANY third party.

We maintain your personal information for statistical purposes to improve our site for your needs, to offer services, to administer the site, and to correspond with you. If you wish us to discontinue correspondence with you, we will terminate the activity upon receipt of email notification.

Bills of Materials that are submitted for review are not provided to other customers and no data is linked by customer. All accounts are segmented by unique username/password combination.

Security

When you transact business with Total Parts Plus our goal is to ensure that your information will be transmitted across the web with the highest degree of security possible. We use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology, which encrypts your user name and password and if the subscriber selects to use SSL, all work performed and information sent via the Internet is encrypted.

Cookies

Our Web site requires that some data be stored to pass parameters. To do this, we use Internet cookies. Web browsers generally offer you the option to either accept all cookies, decline all cookies, or prompt you for permission before accepting any cookies; you should set this option to the level at which you feel most comfortable. A cookie is a tiny snippet of data, created and used by your browser, to enhance your Web experience; a cookie is useless to any program except the browser, which created it and is loaded into your browser only when you visit the site for which it was intended.

Please note: Some corporate firewalls do not support SSL transmissions. If you experience problems when trying to connect using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), please contact your internet administrator and confirm if your corporate firewall supports SSL.