Definitions and key terms
What Information Do We Collect?
We collect information from you when you visit our website/app, register on our site, place an order, subscribe to our newsletter, respond to a survey or fill out a form. -Name / Username -Phone Numbers -Email Addresses -Billing Addresses We also collect information from mobile devices for a better user experience, although these features are completely optional: -Location (GPS): Location data helps to create an accurate representation of your interests, and this can be used to bring more targeted and relevant ads to potential customers. -Phonebook (Contacts list): Your contacts list allows the website/app to be much more easy to use by the user, since accessing your contacts from the app makes you save tons of time. -Camera (Pictures): Granting camera permission allows the user to upload any picture straight from the website/app, you can safely deny camera permissions for this website/app. -Photo Gallery (Pictures): Granting photo gallery access allows the user to upload any picture from their photo gallery, you can safely deny photo gallery access for this website/app.
When does KJM AE use end user information from third parties?
KJM AE will collect End User Data necessary to provide the KJM AE services to our customers. End users may voluntarily provide us with information they have made available on social media websites. If you provide us with any such information, we may collect publicly available information from the social media websites you have indicated. You can control how much of your information social media websites make public by visiting these websites and changing your privacy settings.
When does KJM AE use customer information from third parties?
We receive some information from the third parties when you contact us. For example, when you submit your email address to us to show interest in becoming a KJM AE customer, we receive information from a third party that provides automated fraud detection services to KJM AE. We also occasionally collect information that is made publicly available on social media websites. You can control how much of your information social media websites make public by visiting these websites and changing your privacy settings.