If you request a catalog, we will need your name, the name of the company you work for and a company address where we should send the catalog. We will also ask for a phone number we can use to contact you if any of the information provided is incorrect (for example, if there is a typographical error.) If you wish to set up an account and purchase merchandise from us, we may ask for additional information.
When you visit our Web site we may collect more information such as your Internet service provider's address, the name of the Website directing you, or your viewing activity on our site. This data helps us understand how to make our site more useful and user friendly to you, our customer.
Bay Wholesale Company, LLC collects your e-mail address as part of your registration with us. We use this address to communicate with you about your account, and, if you wish, to send you notices that might be of interest to you. We do not sell or otherwise give out your e-mail address to others. None of your information is merged with outside data for marketing purposes.
If at any time you wish to be removed from our e-mail mailing list, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
At this time, Bay Wholesale Company does not collect credit card information from customers. This feature is in development and will be available to our customers at a later date.
Once you make a purchase from our online store, your name becomes a part of our customer file. As a valued Bay Wholesale Company customer, you will receive catalog mailings from us in the future.
Bay Wholesale Company is committed to the security of information collected on our site. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of information, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. Private account information is located behind a firewall; it is not directly connected to the Internet. Information behind the firewall on the customer server is not available to unauthorized computers. The firewall is a recognized industry standard and exceeds the standards set by the International Computer Security Association, an industry authority on Internet security.