Panzerotto Pizza Privacy Statement
Panzerotto Pizza does not sell, trade, or otherwise share it's customer information with anyone else. The information we collect is strictly for the purpose of serving our customers, and is used only by Panzerotto Pizza.
Your information is governed by four general principles: it must be secure, it must be accurate, we seek your consent to collect it, and we will not use it beyond it's intended purpose.
Consent and scope of the information we collect:
In the conduct of our normal operations, we collect customer specific information so that we may carry out the contracted services of delivering food. This information generally includes: delivery details, payment methods, and any complaint particulars. The information is retained in our database to aid in delivery and order taking. By giving us the information, you consent to it's use for these purposes. We only collect information which is relevant to the the mission of serving our customer.
Use and Disclosure:
The information you give will be used only for the purpose for which it was collected. For example, delivery information will only be used for delivering food. Contest entries will only be used for the purpose of that particular contest. We do not make cross-use of the information for marketing purposes.
Only Panzerotto Pizza, (it's Franchisees, Employees or Contractors) will have access to the information. These agents will have access to the information in the normal course of their duties. For example, computer contractors who maintain our computer systems, drivers who deliver your food, or operators who take your order will all have varying degrees of access to your information.
Panzerotto Pizza takes precautions to keep the information secure; access to our servers is restricted, and we take strong measures to prevent intrusions (firewalls, etc). While we may adopt policies in an effort to advance security, acts of malice or deceit by individuals can victimize both Panzerotto Pizza and our customers. Therefore, our policies ought not to be viewed as a guarantee. This policy is not meant to replace the need for normal prudence by customers, especially in regards to credit card use.
The forgoing policy should not be construed as a legal agreement or forming part of any contract of sale. While we will make every effort to uphold the policy, mistakes can and do sometimes occur. If you are uncomfortable with us having any information, you may call to ask that it be removed.
Panzerotto Pizza will always co-operate with the lawful requests of government agencies, including the police. Banks may also request information on credit card use (or abuse), and we will likewise aid them in their effort to reduce fraud. The information we collect is the property of Panzerotto Pizza, and we reserve the absolute right to determine its disposition.
This policy may be updated from time to time. The current policy will always be the one posted here. This posting was made on May 1, 2010
If you have any questions or concern regarding your privacy, you are encouraged to call and speak to our Privacy Officer, who will answer any specific questions you may have. To reach our Privacy Officer, please call (416) 362-5555 in the Greater Toronto Area, or by writing: Privacy Officer, Panzerotto Pizza - 246 Parliament St. - Toronto, Ontario M5A 3A4.