When you submit a quotation or sign in at www.AdvancedDirectSecurity.com, Personal Data is collected and stored in our secure computing environment and used in accordance with the information provided when you register on the web site. If you are solely a visitor to www.AdvancedDirectSecurity.com, the following principles apply:
Information collected on ADVANCED DIRECT SECURITY web sites:
Information about visitors to our web sites and the e-mail address of people who write to us are stored in our secure computing environment, which includes authentication technologies and Digital Certificates. This information is not sold or released to Third Parties, except companies affiliated with ADVANCED DIRECT SECURITY.
Sending us an e-mail:
Our goal is to reply to e-mail requiring a response within 48 hours. We store e-mails and e-mail addresses of those who send them, but that information is not sold or released to Third Parties - except companies affiliated with ADVANCED DIRECT SECURITY - without explicit authorization of the e-mail address owner. Providing an email address grants ADVANCED DIRECT SECURITY the right to contact you by email.
Providing us with a phone number or email address:
We store phone numbers, and email addresses, of those who provide them, but that information is not sold or released to Third Parties - except companies affiliated with ADVANCED DIRECT SECURITY - without explicit authorization of the phone number owner. Providing a phone number grants ADVANCED DIRECT SECURITY the right to contact you by phone or email, even if you have previously added your phone number to the national Do Not Call Registry.
Telephone Solicitations to Website Visitors:
Regulations promulgated by the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") make it illegal for a telemarketer to call a person when the person's telephone number is listed on the FTC's "do-not-call" registry. 16 C.F.R. 310.4(b)(1)(iii)(B). However, a telemarketer can call a person listed on the registry as long as the telemarketer "has an established business relationship with such person...."16 C.F.R. 310.4(b)(1)(iii)(B)(ii).
The FTC has defined an "established business relationship" to include a customer's inquiry or application for information regarding a product or service offered by the seller. If such an inquiry is made, the seller may contact the customer within (3) months of the date of the inquiry, even if the customer is listed on the registry. However, Advanced Direct Security will no longer contact the customer if the customer states that they do not wish to receive calls.
By submitting a quote "inquiry" on AdvancedDirectSecurity.com, who affirmatively types their contact information into fillable fields on the Advanced Direct Security website has created such an inquiry. Therefore, such contact would fall within the "established business relationship" exception for the do-not-call registry. 16 C.F.R. 310.4(b)(1)(iii)(B)(ii)
Aggregate information about web site visitors:
We create aggregate reports of visitors to our web sites in order to measure the performance of our web sites. ADVANCED DIRECT SECURITY is operated by Trident Marketing.