Collection of Information
In general, we only collect personal information from iAmplify users when they voluntarily submit it to us. Personal information that we may collect includes, but is not necessarily limited to, first and last name, telephone number, physical address, e-mail address, fitness profile information, payment method, credit card number, credit card expiration date, and password.
Certain non-personal information about Site visits are recorded by the standard operation of the Site. The non-personal information that we collect includes the type of operating system in use (e.g., Macintosh or Windows), the type of browser being used by the iAmplify user (e.g., Netscape or Internet Explorer), IP address, and the domain name from which visitors accessed the Site (e.g., Yahoo.com).
iAmplify users are always free to decline cookies, but in doing so they may not be able to use certain features of the Site. The "help" segment of the toolbar on most browsers explain how to configure a browser to not accept new cookies, how to have the browser inform a user when they receive a new cookie, and how to erase cookies from their hard drives.
Use of Information
iAmplify may use information collected from iAmplify users (the "User Information") for any of the following purposes (1) to facilitate online purchases; (2) to fulfill orders; (3) to send marketing and other communications to iAmplify users; (4) to conduct internal reviews of the Site (e.g., to determine the number of visitors to the Site); (5) to help us better understand iAmplify users use of the Site; (6) to respond to specific requests from iAmplify users; and (7) to protect the security or integrity of the Site Non-personal information will be used for purposes of conducting internal reviews of the Site, monitoring the Site, and providing an enhanced online experience for iAmplify users.
Disclosure of Information
iAmplify may transfer or otherwise disclose the User Information to employees and independent contractors, subsidiaries, consultants, and other business partners and associates, service providers, and suppliers, if the disclosure will enable that party to perform a business, professional, or technical support function for iAmplify, or to send relevant promotional communications to iAmplify users. iAmplify may also disclose User Information if required to do so by law, in response to judicial process, and, as permitted under provisions of law, to provide information to law enforcement agencies or in connection with an investigation on a matter related to public safety.
iAmplify may only share, transfer or otherwise disclose the User Information to third parties in bulk or aggregate format, with no personally identifiable information included.
In order to enable clients to choose the trainer best suited to their needs, registered clients may view the personal information entered by trainers during the sign-up process. Once clients have selected a trainer, the personal information the clients entered during the sign-up process may be viewed by their selected trainer in order to customize a routine specifically suited to the client's needs. Other trainers not selected, other clients, and the general public may never view a particular client's personal information.
Security of Information
Personally Identifiable Information of Children
In the event that iAmplify or any of its assets are acquired by a third party, personal information acquired by us may be one of the assets transferred.
Acceptance of Privacy Terms & Conditions
Changes To This Privacy Statement
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