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GoodVision USA Privacy Policy 

 

We are committed to ensuring the privacy of your personal information, such as your full name, address, e-mail address, telephone number or other identifying information. Our site may contain links to other sites that are not managed or maintained by GoodVision USA, Inc. The inclusion of a link to another site from GoodVision does not imply any endorsement of that site’s privacy policies, practices or content. Your dealings with these sites are covered only by the privacy policies listed on those sites. 

Why does GoodVision ask for my information?  

We ask for your information, should you wish to provide it, in order to keep you up to date with our life changing work.  

What information does GoodVision collect?  

We do not collect personal information from our visitors other than what is supplied to us on a voluntary basis. 

Does GoodVision use cookies?  

Yes, we use cookies for a variety of purposes. 

A “cookie” is a tiny element of data that our site can send to your browser, which may then be stored on your hard drive. 

Cookies that are sent to your browser by our site are only readable by GoodVision and are never shared with any other site. 

If you are concerned about your privacy and the use of cookie technology on GoodVision, you may set your web browser to notify you when you receive a cookie. You may also set your browser to refuse the cookies our site attempts to send you. Should you decide not to accept cookies from GoodVision, you may limit the functionality we can provide when you visit our site. 

Does GoodVision do any re-marketing? 

This Site contains web beacons (also called: “pixel tags”). A web beacon is an often transparent graphic image, usually no larger than 1 pixel x 1 pixel that is placed on a website or in an e-mail that is used to monitor the online behavior of the user visiting our website or sending the e-mail. Web beacons are used by third-party technologies, to monitor the activity of the users to our Site. It allows tracking which computer accessed a certain website, when and from where (country/city level). For a continuous optimization of marketing communication, we use this analytical software function. It allows for tracking online behavior in terms of time, geographic location and usage of this Site and our marketing optimization is based on that information. This information is collected via tracking pixels and/or cookies. 

How will GoodVision use the information I provide?  

We will always explain the extent of its use at the time you are asked to provide personal information. If you do not want this information to be collected or used by us for these purposes, you can simply “opt out.” Under certain circumstances, opting out may prevent your participation in activities for which personal information is needed, such as the subscription to the GoodVision newsletter. 

Does GoodVision rent, share, sell or trade my information?  

GoodVision does not rent, share, sell or trade supporter e-mail addresses and telephone numbers. In addition, we do not rent, share, sell or trade information about what activities or donations supporters have undertaken on our Web site. 

Can I change the information I have given to GoodVision?  

Please update your information through one of the following methods: 

  1. Send correspondence to the following postal address:

GoodVision USA
897 Washington St
PO Box 600121
Newtonville MA 02460 

  1. Call us:  617-454-4797
  2. E-mail: [email protected]

How do I know my credit card information is secure?  

GoodVision uses secure server software (SSL) that is the industry standard and is among the best software available today for secure commerce transactions. It encrypts all of your personal information, including credit card number, name and address, so that it cannot be read as the information travels over the Internet. You can view our security certificate by clicking on the “Thawte” logo at the bottom of all our donation, account and renewal pages. 

Under the Fair Credit Billing Act, your bank cannot hold you liable for more than $50.00 of fraudulent charges. In the event of an unauthorized charge to your credit card you must:

1. Write to the creditor at the address given for “billing inquiries,” not the address for sending your payments, and include your name, address, account number and a description of the billing error. 

  1. Send your letter so that it reaches the creditor within 60 days after the first bill containing the error was mailed to you.