Using or accessing this website means the customer/client has already read, understood and agreed to the company’s way of collecting, using, and storing personal information.
To continue to deliver the best experience for customers/clients, Electric2Fun provides important points on data collection and usage.
Information from the Customer/Client
Electric2Fun collects personal information from customers/clients, not limited to name, email address, phone number, address, and payment information. Data collection occurs when the customer/client registers on the website, signs up for a subscription, purchases a product, or engages with a customer service representative. Information is also collected when a customer/client checks out an item.
The company uses the information gathered to improve the delivery of the service, send out communications including emails especially if there are inquiries, share information or updates about the company’s products and promotional offers that might be of interest to customers/clients.
Electric2Fun website saves the information that the customer/client’s browser sends, which includes but is not limited to browser type, browser version, IP address, website pages visited, time spent visiting the pages and other relevant data.
Electric2Fun may, at times, use third party services like Google Analytics to collect, monitor, analyze the data to improve or enhance the company website services.
Cookies are used for data collection. It is necessary to allow browser or visitor to use all the website features. The customer/client has the right to refuse to accept the cookies provided by Electric2Fun.
Security and Data Protection
Electric2Fun takes security and data protection critically. This website uses industry-standard security systems to protect the information provided by the customer/client.
Electric2Fun ensures that the sent data is safeguarded, and no one can gain access to it.
Customers/clients who use shared computers are strongly advised to log out of their accounts to avoid hacking of data before ending the session. The company finds it necessary to double-check when the user logs out to prevent data breaching.