What we collect
We collect an IP address from all site visitors. We use IP addresses to help diagnose problems with our server, administer our Site, analyse trends, track users’ movement, gather broad demographic information for aggregate use in order for us to improve the site, and deliver customised, personalised content. IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information. We also collect your name, email and mailing address and telephone number only in order to administer your subscription or purchase requests. We do not collect any personally identifiable information about you unless you are voluntarily submitting the information to us in order to supply you with products, services or information.
How we use it
OneSports uses your information for follow-up communication, to complete a transaction and to update you on services and benefits.
We use information collected when users make online purchases, to check qualifications, verify their identity, as well as for billing and shipping purposes.
OneSports uses email as an avenue by which to provide customer service and technical support and send an email newsletter that you registered for. We do not release any contact information about the user for any purpose. OneSports will not sell, rent, or lease your personally identifiable information to any third parties.
All information provided to OneSports is transmitted using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption. All information you share with us is automatically encrypted by your browser before you send it to OneSports. To prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, OneSports stores your information in a secure portion of the site that is only accessible by OneSports employees. Whilst OneSports is committed to the security of your personal information, because no internet data transmission is 100% secure we cannot ensure or warrant the security of this information.
Secure Socket Layer
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) enables a web browser and a web server to communicate securely, and it allows the web browser to authenticate the web server. The SSL protocol requires the web server to have a digital certificate installed on it in order for an SSL connection to be made.