General Information Collected
World Impex, Inc. respects the privacy of its online customers and is committed to protecting their information on our web site. Whether you are a current customer or just visiting online, we safeguard the information you provide to us. We only collect non-identifying information about our visitors such as date and time our site was accessed, what pages were visited, what servers were used, and the city, state and country of the visitor as identified by the server address. We collect this information to create summary statistics and determine the level of interest in our information made available on our web site that helps us to establish products and services to best meet our customers' needs.
Visitors may elect to submit personal information via e-mail. This information may be used internally by World Impex, Inc., as appropriate, to handle the sender's request. It is not disseminated or sold to other organizations.
When you send us an e-mail message through our Web site, we may record your e-mail address, your message and our response to ensure quality customer service. Please remember that e-mail is not necessarily secure against interception, and you should be cautious when sending e-mail with personal information. If your information is very sensitive, or includes personal or confidential information-such as your bank account, charge card number - you may want to contact us by postal mail or telephone.
Protecting Your Access Codes
We use personal access codes and passwords to identify our authorized customers. Our security measures rely on these codes remaining confidential and we strongly recommend that you do not share these access codes and passwords with others.
General Security Features
Our Web site design features multiple levels and types of security throughout the design, as well as during a customer's log-in session. We employ Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol for data encryption, firewalls, unique identifiers and passwords, and continual suspect monitoring and reporting. Consistent invalid ID attempts result in user "lock out" and generation of suspect reports. Customers are logged off after a period of inactivity as a deterrent to access by unauthorized persons.
Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
All data exchanged over the Internet is divided into small units and sent in envelope-type packets. Upon arriving at the computer that requested the information, the packets are reassembled into the original message.
For Internet transactions and communications, you must employ a method of securing these packets as they travel across the Internet. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is a leading method for encrypting and decrypting packets of data as they are exchanged using a code known only to the data's sender and recipient. SSL locks the data so that regardless of the path the data takes as it passes across the Internet it can be opened only by the end user with the proper key or combination to the lock on the data. SSL technology is widely accepted today because the combination needed to unlock SSL encrypted data is 128 characters long.
Our Disclosure of Your Information
Links to Other Websites
We are not responsible for the content or privacy policies of websites to which we may provide links.
Changes To This Internet Privacy Notice
We reserve the right to introduce new services or practices that may require a change to the provisions of this notice. We are committed to updating our Internet Privacy Notice promptly to keep you informed on how we use information you give us.