Your Right to Privacy: Safeguarding Your Data
Scope and Jurisdiction
This policy is applicable to EquitableMarketing.com and governs how your data is collected and processed during your website visit. We operate under United States law and your registration on our platform constitutes your agreement to this jurisdiction.
Third-Party Website Links
EquitableMarketing.com is not liable for the privacy policies or practices of third-party websites linked through our platform. We advise reviewing their privacy policies for your protection.
Data Control and Third-Party Practices
EquitableMarketing.com is the controller of your personal data. We, however, do not oversee the data utilization by third parties to whom we may transfer your PII and Non-PII. To safeguard your information, we recommend reviewing their privacy policies.
Individual Data Rights
You have several rights concerning your data, including:
- The right to be informed
- The right of access
- The right to rectification
- The right to erasure
- The right to restrict processing
- The right to data portability
- The right to object - You can withdraw consent by emailing us at email@example.com.
Data Collection Categories
We collect PII and Non-PII, including but not limited to:
- Phone Number
- Demographic and Behavioral Data
- Computer hardware and software information
We also gather third-party and web technology data to customize your experience.
We don’t knowingly collect information from children under 13. Any data of this nature will be promptly deleted.
Data Use and Disclosure
We use your data to:
- Provide services and products you request
- Improve our Website
- Personalize user experience and advertising - We may disclose your information to service providers, product delivery vendors, and third parties offering products or services that may interest you.
Data Storage and Usage
We store and process your data safely, but we are not responsible for the actions of third-party entities to whom your information may be transferred. For inquiries or to opt-out, you’ll need to contact those third parties directly.
Anonymous Information Sharing
We may disseminate aggregated, anonymous data about you and other users of our website to third parties to help them comprehend the behavior and demographics of visitors to our site.
We will release your information if mandated by law, requested by a government agency, or if we believe that such action is required to: (a) meet legal obligations; (b) protect our rights or those of our affiliates; (c) avert a criminal act or safeguard national security; or (d) ensure the safety of users or the general public.
Business Transfers and Insolvency
Should a third party acquire a substantial portion of our business through acquisition, merger, or asset purchase, we may disclose your information to that entity. Additionally, if we become insolvent, your data could be sold or transferred under court supervision. Notice of any significant business sale will be emailed to you or posted on our website.
Global Data Sharing
Your data may be shared with recipients anywhere in the world in these instances.
Third-Party Data Collection
Ad Tech and Tracking
Hyperlinks to External Sites
Our website features hyperlinks to third-party sites. We are not responsible for their privacy practices or content.
Third-Party Payment Processing
Payments for products and services are facilitated by a third-party payment processor, not EquitableMarketing.com.
Email and Telemarketing Practices
Email Subscription and Opt-Out
We may share your data with third parties for email promotions. To unsubscribe, simply follow the instructions in any promotional email.
You may receive third-party commercial emails. We hold no responsibility for such emails that do not originate from us.
To stop receiving promotional material, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By using our site, you consent to receive direct mail or telemarketing calls, even if your number is on a do-not-call list. To opt out, email email@example.com.
Wireless Communication and SMS
Receiving messages from us or our third-party associates may incur standard carrier charges.
We may offer SMS services, and by using them, you acknowledge that the service may not be secure or private.
To remove your wireless or SMS details, email “STOP,” “END,” or “QUIT” to the text messages or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is retained as long as necessary based on its intended usage or as legally required.
International Data Handling
EquitableMarketing.com primarily operates on servers located in the U.S. If you reside outside the U.S., your data may be transferred internationally, including to countries with differing data protection laws. We comply with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework for data transfers from the European Economic Area.
Although we use Secure Socket Layer Software (SSL) to protect your data, we cannot guarantee 100% security. Any data transmission is at your own risk.
915 Wayne Ave
Williamsport, PA 17701
+1 (855) 224 6218
Privacy Notice for California Residents
Your Right to Request Information
As a California resident, you have the privilege to request, once a year without any charge, a detailed list of third-party entities to whom we’ve disclosed your personal information for direct marketing ventures in the prior calendar year. You’ll also get insights into the types of personal information disclosed to these parties. Refer to the “Contact Us” section for submitting such requests. EquitableMarketing.com never shares your personal data with third-party organizations for their own direct marketing efforts unless we have your explicit consent beforehand. Consequently, withholding your consent puts a stop to the distribution of your information for such purposes.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Compliance
Price and Service Quality Assurance
Should you choose to exercise any of your rights under California law, rest assured, that there will be no impact on the pricing or quality of the services you receive, unless those changes are related to your data. Refer to the “Contact Us” section for submitting such requests. Verification of your identity and request is a mandatory part of this procedure, and valid government identification might be required.
Authorized Agent Provision
You have the flexibility to appoint an authorized agent to submit a request on your behalf. For this, a valid power of attorney is necessary, or your agent must provide evidence that you granted them signed permission to submit the request. The agent must then either verify your identity with us or confirm that you granted them permission to submit the request.
Third-Party Data Sharing