Here you’ll find information about our commitment to ensuring the privacy of your personal information, such as your full name, address, e-mail address, telephone number or other identifying information.
Our site may contain links to other sites that are not managed or maintained by Trade Root Music Group LLC (DBA Free Dirt Records & Service Co.). The inclusion of a link to another site from Free Dirt does not imply any endorsement of that site’s privacy policies, practices or content. Your dealings with these sites are covered only by the privacy policies listed on those sites.
No, unless you specifically designate that your information be saved on the e-commerce portion of our website.
A “cookie” is a tiny element of data that our site can send to your browser, which may then be stored on your hard drive.
Cookies that are sent to your browser by our site are only readable by Free Dirt Records and are never shared with any other site.
How will Free Dirt Records use the information I provide?
We will always explain the extent of its use at the time you are asked to provide personal information. If you do not want this information to be collected or used by us for these purposes, you can simply “opt out.” Contact us for more information about opting out.
Does Free Dirt Records rent, share, sell or trade my information?
Free Dirt Records does not rent, share, sell or trade customer e-mail addresses and telephone numbers. In addition, we do not rent, share, sell or trade information about what activities have undertaken on our Web site.
How do I know my credit card information is secure?
Free Dirt Records uses secure server software (SSL) that is the industry standard and is among the best software available today for secure commerce transactions. It encrypts all of your personal information, including credit card number, name and address, so that it cannot be read as the information travels over the Internet. Under the Fair Credit Billing Act, your bank cannot hold you liable for more than $50.00 of fraudulent charges. In the event of an unauthorized charge to your credit card you must:
1. Write to the creditor at the address given for “billing inquiries,” not the address for sending your payments, and include your name, address, account number and a description of the billing error.
2. Send your letter so that it reaches the creditor within 60 days after the first bill containing the error was mailed to you.
What do I do if I have questions that aren’t answered here?
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site or your dealings with this Web site, please contact us.