Your Personal InformationThe Rusty Spiderweb is the owner of the information collected on RustySpiderweb.com. We will not sell, rent or share this information in ways different from what is disclosed in this statement unless you consent.
External LinksThis site contains links to other Web sites. The Rusty Spiderweb is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such sites.
Address InformationOur site uses an order form for you to request information, products and services. We collect your contact information, including, but not limited to, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and financial information. Collected information is used for the benefit of The Rusty Spiderweb to send information to customers about orders, about our company, to send promotional material from some of our partners and in some cases such information may be shared with our partners. This information is also used for billing and to contact you when necessary.
Demographic and profile data is also collected at our site. We use this data to tailor your experiences at our site, to show you content that we think you might be interested in, and to display the content according to your preferences.
Customer information is considered to be an asset of The Rusty Spiderweb and as such may be transferred to another company as part of an acquisition of The Rusty Spiderweb.
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Changes in InformationYou may view or change your information at any time by going to My Account from the home page at www.RustySpiderweb.com.
Security InformationThis Web site takes every precaution to protect our users' information.
When you send sensitive information (such as your credit card number) to us via our order form, that information is encrypted and protected with SSL, the current industry standard encryption protocol. When you are on such an SSL protected page, a picture of a closed lock appears at the bottom or top of some Web browsers. At other times this lock appears open. Another way to tell if you are on a secure page is to look at the address or URL of the page. (Look in the address box or right click on the page and select "Properties".) These secure SSL encrypted pages have URLs that start with https:// instead of http://.