Other Covered Entities
- Information and Communications Technology
Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework: Inactive - Lapse
EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework: Inactive - Lapse
Purpose of Data Collection
To use certain features on our site, we ask you to register and subscribe. When you register, we collect personally identifiable information about you such as your name, mailing address, e-mail address, telephone number, user name, password, and other information about your interest in our site and services. In addition, when you subscribe, we collect credit card details necessary for our billing process. At present, personally identifiable information about users is collected only through site pages or forms submitted by users themselves. When personally identifiable information is collected, you will know because you will have to fill out one of these forms. Invaluable uses personally identifiable information in a limited number of ways, in general falling into the following categories: Usage Tracking for Business Development and Management: Our primary business is conducted entirely online. As such, our success will depend on our ability to gauge popularity of one feature or product offering over another, or on our ability to understand how people use our products. Tracking and aggregating usage information will allow us to develop this understanding. Our Communications Features: Our site offers registered users the ability to forward along objects of interest to others, and in some cases to communicate with an auction house concerning an object offered in an upcoming auction. In order to facilitate this communication, a registered user's email of record must be accessed.
Questions or Complaints?
If you have a question or complaint, please contact Invaluable, LLC at:
Director of Compliance and Legal Affairs
Allston, Massachusetts 02134
Appropriate statutory body with jurisdiction to investigate any claims against Invaluable, LLC regarding possible unfair or deceptive practices and violations of laws or regulations covering privacy Federal Trade Commission