Privacy Policy

Tenango Inc. is committed to providing website visitors with a safe online experience and respecting our visitor’s privacy. The following information describes the type of information we collect and how it is used on tenangoinc.com (“website”). This policy also applies to requests for information and orders placed by phone, in Tenango’s Southern California office, or by any other means.

 

Periodically, we update our Privacy Policy.  We encourage you to check this section for any changes. You are free to access Tenangoinc.com without registering for access to review pricing information or submitting any personally identifiable information.  To view pricing information, visitors must register on the site; information collected from registering visitors will include your name, company, address, telephone and fax numbers, email address and IP address.  

 

What personally identifiable information Tenango collects via tenangoinc.com and from our customers and how is it used?

We collect only the information that we need to administer our business, provide superior service, and communicate information about our products and services that we believe to be of interest to you.

 

If you agree to associate your social networking account with us (e.g., liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter), we may receive personal information about you from the site in accordance with each site's terms of use and privacy policy.

 

Information that you supply is added to our client database. Information may also be stored and used to better understand our clients, their needs, ways to improve our products and services, to prevent fraud, and to contact clients with offers that may be of interest to them.

 

What are “cookies” and how are they used?

A “cookie” is a small amount of data sent to your browser from a website server that may be stored on your computer’s hard drive. When you visit our website, this site may store a cookie or similar file on your computer. This information may be used for purposes such as providing you with more personalized service, storing your zip code, and even helping us track our website visits and traffic patterns.

 

Most web browsers allow users to exercise control over cookies by blocking them, erasing them, or notifying users when such a file is stored. We encourage you to refer to your browser’s instructions to learn about those functions and options.