Red Flare Emergency Supplies values your privacy and the security of your
personal information. We never sell or rent information you provide to third
parties. We use PayPal for our credit card transactions. All transactions employ
HTTPS Protocol and SSL Encryption by GeoTrust.
“Sites secured by QuickSSL are utilizing 128-bit SSL certificates thereby
offering the highest level of encryption or security possible. This means you
can rest assured that communications between your browser and this site’s
web servers are private and secure.” -GeoTrust.com
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The Information We Collect:
The only personal data we keep in our databases are:
Credit Card Information:
RedFlare does not handle or store your credit card information. Click
here to learn about PayPal policies and procedures for
handling your credit card transactions with us.
The Way We Use Information:
We only request the information necessary to complete your order. We do not
share, sell, or rent any personal information you provide with the outside
parties, except to the extent necessary to complete that order. For instance,
we may provide PayPal with the information it needs to verify funds for your
When you provide information about someone else while placing an order (i.e.,
you are buying a kit as a gift and want it shipped directly to the recipient),
we will use it only to ship your purchase and confirm delivery. We will treat
any third party information you give us with the same respect we treat your
The e-mail address you provide will be used to communicate with you about
your purchase, answer your questions, and/or inform you about goings on at
the site we feel may be of interest to you. You may opt
out of ALL future mailings
unrelated to an active order.
Our Commitment To Data Security:
We have implemented state-of-the-art physical, electronic, and managerial procedures
to safeguard and secure the information you provide, and to prevent unauthorized
access, maintain data security, and ensure appropriate use of your valuable