What this policy covers
What information we collect
The UP web site collects personal information about you whenever you make a request for information over the web site, send an e -mail to UP or complete one of our online forms or questionnaires. The types of personal information collected include, but may not be limited to, your name, e -mail and U.S. mail addresses, office and home telephone and fax numbers and other information that you elect to provide. UP also collects technical information such as your Internet Protocol (“IP”) address and your domain name. UP does not currently share these statistics with outside parties other than Umberger Performance LLC and their respective affiliates.
How we collect information
As mentioned above, when you visit the UP web site, the site collects certain technical information such as your IP address and domain name. Through the forms you complete and e -mails you send us, we also collect personal and company information as described above. If you choose to disclose your e-mail address through any request for information or other correspondence, we may use it to periodically send you information about our company or other topics of interest. If you would prefer not to receive such information, you can choose to opt out of this service at any time by following the procedure described in the opt-out section below.
How your information is protected
UP takes steps that it believes to be reasonable and consistent with customary business practice to protect the information under our control from loss, misuse and alteration. Such information is not replicated or shared with any other entities except Umberger Performance LLC and their respective affiliates.
To opt-out of receiving future communications from umbergerperformance.com, just send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Changes to policy
Future use of information
This policy describes UP’s current business practices related to the use of the information we collect on www.umbergerperformance.com. In the future, UP may choose to change the way it collects and/or uses this information.