This policy governs your use of the Work and Slay with Tay Website (the “Website”). The Website is designed to allow users to make class/services purchases, learn about events, register for classes and communicate with Work and Slay with Tay.
GENERAL STATEMENT: PRIVACY, PERSONAL DATA, AND COMMUNICATIONS
If you use the Website, you are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your account, password, and for restricting access to your computer or device. You agree to accept responsibility for all activities that occur under your account and password.
When you visit the Website or communicate with Work and Slay with Tay via email, you are communicating electronically. You consent to receive communications from Work and Slay with Tay electronically. Work and Slay with Tay will communicate with you by email or by posting notifications on the Website. You understand and agree that all agreements, notices, disclosures, and other communications that Work and Slay with Tay provides electronically satisfy any legal requirement that such communications be in writing.
USER PROVIDED INFORMATION
Work and Slay with Tay does not collect any personal information about individuals – for example, names and postal codes, home addresses, and email addresses – except when this information is knowingly provided to Work and Slay with Tay. Personal information might be obtained from online transactions such as class/series purchases, retail purchases, and/or class registrations. Additionally, personal information may be transmitted as part of a form submission or in connection with other activities or services made available on the Website . Any personal identification information retrieved by Work and Slay with Tay must be voluntarily given by the user.
Work and Slay with Tay may use the information provided to contact you with important information, required notices, and marketing promotions.
AUTOMATICALLY COLLECTED INFORMATION
The Website may collect some anonymous information about users automatically when individuals request pages through a browser. This information is used to keep track of the shopping cart and to help us monitor how individuals use the Website, which allows Work and Slay with Tay to provide an optimal experience and better service throughout the online offerings. The information collected automatically by the server does not contain anything that can identify individuals personally, such as an email or home address.
Work and Slay with Tay makes every effort to ensure that all of the transactions that occur on the Website are secure. Work and Slay with Tay is concerned about safeguarding the confidentiality of your information. Please be aware that, although the endeavor to provide reasonable security for information process and maintain, no security system can prevent all potential security breaches.
WHAT IS A SECURE CONNECTION?
When a secure connection is established between your browser and a website, any data that is transferred over the connection will be encrypted to prevent it from being viewed by a third party. SSL encryption makes it very difficult for anyone to intercept or decode messages exchanged over this type of secure connection.
Browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari display an image of a locked padlock on their status bar when connected to a secure site. Google Chrome shows a green locked padlock on the far left side of the status bar when there is a secure SSL connection. Firefox colors the address bar yellow when connected to a secure site. Secure transactions are also indicated when the prefix in the location bar of your browser switches from http:// or https://. The additional ‘s’ stands for ‘secure’ and indicates a secure connection to the Work and Slay with Tay website. If you do not see this padlock, if it is unlocked, or if the protocol in the location bar is not listed as https://, then any data exchanged with the website is potentially visible to others.
Depending on your browser, you may be able to view authentication information about a secure page by double-clicking on the padlock icon in the status bar. For more information on how your software establishes a secure connection, see the help files for your particular browser.