Personal Information Collected
We collect information about you in various ways when you use our Sites and Services. For example, we collect information you provide to us when you order a product, request customer service or respond to a Pear Eyewear survey. Such personal information may include your name, address, email address and credit card information. Finally, we may obtain information about you from other sources, including third party websites or applications that offer the Pear Eyewear Services, and combine that with information we collect on our Sites and through our Services.
When you visit our Sites or use our Services, some information is automatically collected. For example, when you visit our Sites, your computer's operating system, Internet Protocol address, access times, browser type and language and the website you visited before our Sites are logged automatically. We also collect information about your usage and activity on our Sites and Services.
We automatically collect information using "cookies." Cookies are small data files stored on your hard drive by a website. Among other things, cookies help us improve our Sites, Services and your experience. We use browser cookies to see which areas and features are popular and to count visits to our Sites. We also use flash cookies for fraud prevention purposes. You can usually choose to set your browser to remove and/or reject cookies. If you choose to remove or reject cookies, this could affect certain features or services of our Sites or Services. Please note that you may also encounter cookies from third parties when using the Pear Eyewear Services on websites that we do not control.
We may also collect information using Web beacons. Web beacons are electronic images that may be used on our Sites, in our Services or in our emails. We use Web beacons to deliver cookies, count visits, understand usage and campaign effectiveness and to tell if an email has been opened and acted upon.
Use of Personal Information We Collect
We use personal information collected through our Sites and Services for purposes described in this Policy or otherwise disclosed to you. For example, we may use personal information to:
- Operate and improve our Sites and Services;
- Respond to your comments and questions and provide customer service;
- Process transactions and send you related information, including confirmations, receipts, invoices, technical notices, updates, security alerts and support and administrative messages;
- Verify your identity, prevent fraud and comply with money transmission laws;
- Resolve disputes, collect fees and troubleshoot problems;
Pear Eyewear stores and processes personal information in the United States.
We may also share your information as follows:
- To comply with laws or to respond to lawful requests and legal process; to protect the rights and property of Pear Eyewear, our agents, users and others, including to enforce our terms, policies and guidelines; or in an emergency to protect the personal safety of our users or any other person;
- In connection with any merger, sale of company assets, financing or acquisition of all or a portion of our business to another company;
- With your consent or direction to do so.
Security of Your Personal Information
Pear Eyewear takes measures to help protect your personal information in an effort to prevent loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration and destruction.
Changes to This Policy
Pear Eyewear may change this Policy at any time. Any changes to the Policy will result in the change of the "Last Updated" date below.
If you have any questions about this Policy, please contact us at [email protected].
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