Privacy Policy

UPDATED: June 18, 2018

This page describes the policies and procedures Abeja Solutions, LLC ("we," "us," "our" and "Abeja Solutions") uses regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of your ("you" and "your" information collected through https://abejasolutions.com and https://www.beezable.com ("the sites") and the services we offer.

We are subject to the investigatory and enforcement power of the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") in the United States. The FTC oversees acts or practices in or affecting commerce by any person, partnership, or corporation.

Information We Collect About You

We collect personal information about you that helps us to:

  • provide the services that you request,

  • serve your needs,

  • make customized offers of our products and services,

  • fulfill legal and regulatory requirements.

We’ll limit both the amount and type of information collected to that which is necessary to fulfill these purposes. We collect and hold your information as long as reasonably necessary to achieve these purposes.

By purchasing one of our products or services, you give us consent to contact you about that product or service as part of our commitment to customer service.

If you opt-in to receive marketing emails from us, you voluntarily consent to receive such messages. You may contact us about this use at any time using the contact information below.

We will keep your information on our mailing list until you withdraw your consent. You may opt out of receiving these messages at any time. We do not share this information with any third parties outside our organization, except as stated herein.

Please note: Abeja Solutions is based in the United States. If you are a resident in the European Union and you voluntarily send us your information that may be a transfer of your personal data from the EU to a non-EU country. Each individual who wants to be added to our email list must add themselves. We do not add people to our email list.

Information We Receive from Our Clients

You may use our Beezable software to send custom mailings to your contacts. Under the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), we are a processor and you are a controller in regards to the personal information you provide us. As such, we will comply with your written instructions regarding your contacts.

When you submit your contact list to us, you attest that you have the appropriate permissions to contact these persons.

Once we receive confirmation from you that a mailing is complete, we will delete the contact information used in the mailing unless your instructions or the law state otherwise.

We often receive clients’ contact list information, which consists of persons’ names, email addresses, and/or mailing addresses. We do not request nor require sensitive or special category information about you or the people on your mailing list, including:

  • Racial or ethnic origins

  • Political opinions

  • Religious or philosophical beliefs

  • Trade-union membership

  • Genetic data

  • Biometric data

  • Data regarding health, sex life, or sexual orientation

  • Criminal records

  • Credit history and creditworthiness

Processing Payments

We use a third party to process payments from customers who purchase goods or services. We never have access to your credit card information. The processing of your payment is performed according to the payment processing company's terms of service and privacy policy.

Cookies

We may use cookies to keep track of your preferences and profile information. (Sadly, these cookies are tiny data files as opposed to tasty baked goods.) Our cookies do not, by themselves, contain personal information about you. We do not combine the general information collected through cookies with your personal information to determine who you are. They allow us to generate aggregate usage and volume data that does not include your personal information.

Our cookies may identify that your web browser has accessed our sites. Most browsers have an option for turning off cookies. This may prevent you from accepting new cookies. However, disabling cookies may result in certain aspects of our sites ceasing to function properly. You can disable cookies and continue to access our sites.

Aggregate Data

Like most websites, we use another company (Google Analytics) to place cookies on your computer to collect data that does not identify individual visitors to our sites. Our goal is to compile aggregated statistics that tell us about the kinds of visitors to our sites, which helps us improve our sites and our services.

Sharing Information with Others

We share personal information about you, as required or permitted by law, with third parties, such as service providers, who assist us in the day-to-day operations of our organization. We require third-party service providers to enter into confidentiality agreements with us. These agreements prohibit them from using any personal information they obtain for any other purpose other than those for which they were retained or as permitted by law.

We will not share or sell your information with other third parties without your explicit consent except as stated herein. We may share your information with a third party if we have a good-faith belief that sharing the information is necessary to comply with a law, regulation, or enforceable government request including court orders; to investigate potential violations or technical issues on our sites; or to protect against harm to us, our users, or our affiliates' rights, property, safety, or to the public as permitted by law. We must disclose your personal information in response to lawful requests by public authorities, including meeting national security or law enforcement requirements.

For all other uses, we will seek your consent to use your personal information in a way that is not directly related to the reason that we collected it. We do not have relevant current permission from you unless so permitted by law.

Transmitting Your Information Overseas

We are a U.S.-based company. If a client provides a contact list to us related to a service we have been hired to provide, we expect our client to comply with the EU-US Privacy Shield as necessary.

When we transmit a person's personal information from overseas, we will only do so with your consent to the transmission or otherwise in accordance with the applicable privacy laws. Placing an order for products or services that requires you to voluntarily provide us with your personal information is an expression of consent to your personal information being sent overseas as part of the transaction process.

Pursuant to the GDPR, we use reasonable efforts to comply with the requirements of the EU-US Privacy Shield.

Your Rights Regarding Your Information

At any time, you may request that we update, correct, or delete your personal information, and we will comply with such requests as permitted by law or contract. You may also request a copy of the personal information we have for you and information about how we are using it. We will comply with such requests unless we are required or authorized by law to withhold such information. Additionally, you may lodge a complaint with the appropriate supervisory authority at any time.

Under California Civil Code § 1798.83-1798.84, California residents may ask us 1) for information about the categories of data we collected about them and shared with third parties for marketing purposes in the preceding calendar year and 2) to provide the contact information for those third parties. If you are a California resident who would like a copy of such information, please send us a written request using our contact information below.

Safeguarding Personal Information

We have internal policies and procedures designed to protect your personal information, including protection from unauthorized use or disclosure. We have implemented physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to maintain confidentiality and integrity of the personal information in our possession and to guard against unauthorized access. These may include, among other things, procedures for controlling access to customer files, building security programs, and information technology security measures such as the use of passwords, firewalls, plus virus and use detection software. We continue to assess new technology as it becomes available and to upgrade our physical and electronic security systems as appropriate. In accordance with GDPR, we perform a self-assessment of our privacy practices and procedures at least annually.

Our policy is to permit employees and independent contractors to access your personal information only if they have a business purpose for using such information, such as administering, providing, or developing our products or services. Employees and independent contractors are provided with your and your contacts' personal information on a need-to-know basis only and are bound by contract to keep all personal information confidential and protect such information in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

We delete personal information that is no longer necessary for us to have as a business entity, or to provide you with our products and services.

Modifications to Our Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to amend this Privacy Policy from time to time, with or without advanced notice, and will post the latest version on our site in a timely manner. Such revisions shall be effective immediately upon posting. We recommend that you review this Privacy Policy periodically so that you are aware of any changes. Your continued participation on our sites indicates your acceptance of this Privacy Policy and of the collection, use, disclosure, and management, and retention of your personal information as described herein.

Contact Us

Please contact us with inquiries or complaints, or to request access to, or correction of, your personal information held by us at Abeja Solutions, 35640 North 11th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85086, 480-788-5035, or info@abejasolutions.com.