Trans-Express and its affiliated sites will request personal information from our users as part of the registration process. This information, which includes name, email address, country of origin, and personal interests, will be used to provide a Trans-Express account number to identify you as a user of our service.
Trans-Express and some of its associates will also request personal information in instances such as: a competition, promotion, to send a classified announcement, a list from a web page, when buying through Trans-Express, or when you inform us of any problem with our services. We can also send surveys to internally evaluate traffic and the services we provide. Trans-Express will allow you to see and verify that this information is as accurate as possible.
On the Trans-Express website, cookies will be used to control and store personal data. A cookie is a small set of data that our web server sends to your browser. A cookie is stored in the hard drive of your computer. Cookies need to be accepted in all Trans-Express sites that require a login using your account number. The cookies are usually used to remember who you are and allow access to your account information (stored at our end) in order to offer a more personalized service. We also use these cookies to estimate the size of our audience, to measure some traffic parameters, and learn what areas of the Trans-Express websites are most commonly accessed. You have the option to accept or deny the cookies when you change the preferences in your browser. You can reset your browser to deny cookies, or alert you when they are being sent to your computer. If you choose to deny cookies, your experience on our sites might not be optimal, and some of the services and options might not work as intended.
In some cases, Trans-Express could provide this information to third party companies related to us in order to offer additional goods and services.
Trans-Express, and its websites, will use advanced technology in order to protect your data. This technology, known as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), encrypts, codifies, and prevents the interception of any data supplied through the internet, including credit card numbers and email addresses.
It is important to note that, in some cases, other websites linked to Trans-Express, and by extension to advertisers in our network, could request personal information. Trans-Express is not responsible for how these sites use the information you have provided.
In accordance with what has been established in our terms and conditions, Trans-Express could release its users’ personal information when the law requires it or in consideration, and without prejudice, to the fact that such action is necessary to comply with the regulations of the law and/or to protect and/or safeguard our operation, Trans-Express’ intellectual property rights, of its websites, and/or users.
Trans-Express Inc. 7801 N.W. 37th Street Miami, Florida 33195-6503