The Texas Bookman believes that your personal information - including your purchase history, email and residential addresses, and credit card data - belongs to you. To serve you better, we collect this type of information when you provide it to us, but we do not rent or sell your information to our affiliates or other third parties.
What We Collect & Why
Our primary goal in collecting personal information is to provide you with a smooth, efficient, customized shopping experience. Below are the different types of information we may gather:
When you contact us, we use your email address, telephone number, and comments to help us assist you. We may also pass your feedback along to other departments or stores within our company in order to improve our service.
When you order from us, we must have your mailing address and the shipping address to which we are to send your order.
The Texas Bookman customers can choose to receive email from us, including our The Texas Bookman e-mail newsletters as well as information about special offers, sales and other promotions. To ensure that we are providing materials of interest to our customers, we may monitor whether a particular email has been opened and whether recipients have clicked on the images and links therein.
Our HTML-based email messages include an invisible coded sensor, commonly known as a cookie that is activated when the email message is opened. This sensor communicates the date and time the message was opened and, more importantly, whether or not the recipient is capable of receiving HTML-based email. Cookies do not communicate any additional information. Only those recipients who are able to accept HTML email will receive a cookie. As stated above, if you sign up to receive e-mail communications from The Texas Bookman, your e-mail address will not be rented or sold to any third party.
Law Enforcement and Legal Disclosure
The Texas Bookman may disclose your personal information to a government institution that has asserted its lawful authority to obtain the information or to comply with a subpoena or warrant or an order made by a court, person or body with jurisdiction to compel the production of information, or to comply with court rules regarding the production of records and information, or to its legal disclosure of your personal information, and that use and disclosure is not subject to this Policy. Where The Texas Bookman has reasonable grounds to believe the information could be useful in the investigation of unlawful activity or fraud, your personal information may be accessed.