Posted 26 May 2019
“Archibald James”, “we”, “us”, or “our” means Archibald James, LLC, a Washington state limited liability company.
“Website” means the Archibald James website (https://archibaldjames.com).
“Use” or “using” the Website means (includes) accessing, viewing, downloading or uploading data, or in any way interacting with the Website.
“You” or “your” means anyone using the Website.
Your privacy is important, and we want to be transparent about how we collect and use data on our Website.
We may link to third-party websites or services, and any information collected by those parties is governed by their privacy policies.
3. Sources of information
The personal information we collect comes primarily from your interactions with us (e.g. using the Website or purchasing a product online). We may also collect information provided about you by third parties (e.g. social media platforms).
When you purchase a product from us online, you must provide accurate and personally-identifiable information. Otherwise, we will not be able to verify a legal sale, and we cannot process the transaction. Examples of such information include: your name, address, phone number, email address, date of birth, and any other information deemed necessary to process transactions.
Some information is automatically collected by us and our third-party service providers when you interact with us. This includes tracking information received from cookies, beacons, tags, and pixels. Statistical data may also be collected, including IP address, referral information, advertising data, device identifiers, and geo-location information.
4. Use of information
We may use collected information to personalize and improve our products and marketing efforts.
Uses of your information include:
Verifying your age and identity;
Sharing information with compliance partners, payment processors, regulatory authorities, and others as part of the transaction process;
Contacting you through various channels to market our products and manage your relationship with us;
Analyzing data to improve our business;
Any purpose which we disclose to you at the time;
Any other purpose permitted by applicable law.
5. Internal disclosures
We may share any collected information among various parts of our company.
6. External disclosures
We will not sell personally-identifiable data to third-parties for their own marketing purposes.
We may share your information with third-party service providers, in accordance with the policies outlined in this document.
As permitted by, or as required by law, we may disclose information to third parties. This includes law enforcement or regulatory authorities. We may disclose any information when we deem it appropriate to protect the rights, property, or safety of our company, personnel, customers, or others, or to enforce our contractual rights.
Any information may be transferred as part of any assets and liabilities transferred at the time of a sale, merger, restructuring, or dissolution of our company.
7. Additional technology
We may use Google Analytics and related Google services for data collection and tracking purposes. These services are governed by the privacy practices of Google.