What We Collect and Why
Our primary goal in collecting personal information — including your purchase history, phone number(s), email and residential address, and credit card data when you register with us online or make a C3 purchase of any kind — is to provide you with a smooth, efficient, customized shopping experience. When we collect your personal information, you are sharing it only with C3.
Disclosure to Outside Parties
We work with reputable third parties to assist us in delivering services to you, including the delivery of email services. In these instances, we will provide your personal information to third parties so that they can perform these services. In addition, from time to time we may disclose your personal information to third parties based on a legal obligation; we will only accommodate these requests when it is determined to be legally necessary in the reasonable opinion of our counsel.
When You Contact C3
When you contact us, we use your phone number, mailing and email addresses, and comments generated on any previous calls and/or email communications to help us assist you.
When You Subscribe to C3 Email Programs
You can choose to receive email from us by signing up online or if in person when visit us at our Ashburn, Virginia location.
To ensure that we are providing materials of interest to you, we may monitor whether you opened a particular email have clicked on the images and/or links therein.
Our HTML-based email messages include an invisible coded sensor that is activated when the email message is opened. This sensor communicates the date and time the message was opened and, more importantly, whether your computer is capable of receiving HTML-based email. You may unsubscribe at any time from our email programs by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any email message. All unsubscribe requests will be honored.
We do not seek or knowingly collect any personal information about children under 13 years of age above and beyond information that is relevant to camp, club, class, birthday party booking and other pertinent C3 event(s).
Updates to this Policy
More Information About Protecting Your Privacy Online
For more information on protecting your privacy, the United States Federal Trade Commission has created many informational guides for consumers. For more detailed information on protecting your privacy, you may also wish to consult the FTC publication Site Seeing on the Internet. This handbook is filled with information about how to use the Internet wisely, including tips on how to avoid fraud and deception online and how to keep personal information private. Site Seeing also helps parents teach children ways to have fun online without giving out private information. Consumers can order a copy of Site Seeing from the FTC by calling their toll-free number: 877.382.2020. The FTC has also developed a Site Seeing education campaign page. An online version of the handbook can be found at this site. We are proud to assist the FTC in its effort to provide valuable information to consumers.