Personally Identifiable Information Collection and Use
At points throughout the Site, Fairway allows its users to submit personal information in order to request data on Fairway or to sign up for mailing lists. This personally identifiable information includes first and last name, street address, email address, telephone number, fax number and company name. Other points on the website allow for direct order of products and ask for a user identification code and password that may require additional personally identifiable information such as your mother’s maiden name and social security number. Fairway uses your personal information only for the purpose for which you provide it. Fairway does not sell or otherwise distribute personally identifiable information from its consumers to third parties.
Access to Personal Data
Users who wish to review the personally identifiable information submitted on the Fairway site can do so by contacting Fairway.
Request for Opt Out or Modification
At your request, Fairway will remove or modify any information submitted by you, as appropriate, from its database. If you wish to opt out, please contact us.
As mentioned above, Fairway does not sell or share personally identifiable information from its users to third parties.
Information from Children
Fairway does not direct its websites toward children. Fairway does not seek to collect personal information from or about persons under the age of eighteen.
Effective Date and Updates
Identity Theft and Scams
Unfortunately, identity theft and other financial scams are prevalent. It is unlikely that Fairway or any of its subsidiaries or agents would solicit you for personal financial information. If you suspect that an e-mail, phone call or letter asking you for personal information, money or temporary employment may be fraudulent and Fairway’s name is used in connection with that solicitation, or if you believe that your personal information has been compromised by Fairway or any of its subsidiaries or agents, please contact us.
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE OFFICE OF FOSSIL ENERGY.