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Information We Collect and How We Use It
The Mint Museum collects information from you when you interact with us, or when you visit our website.
We collect and use the information you provide to personalize the website(s) so that we can better meet your needs, facilitate customer service, fulfill your online order, inform you of promotional offers, analyze trends and collect statistics. We maintain the data that you provide, along with a record of your transactions, in secure databases. To best serve you, we may combine this information with data that is publicly available and data that we receive from other reputable sources. Our collection and use of visitor information varies with the type of visit or transaction. Your privacy rights allow you to exclude your personally identifiable information (to “opt-out”) from disclosure to third parties for marketing purposes.
How We Share Your Information
We may disclose your personal information when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact, or bring legal action against someone who may be violating our Terms and Conditions Policies or to protect the safety, property or other rights of our users or the public. In addition, we may disclose or access account information for administrative and other purposes that we believe are necessary to develop, maintain, and improve our products and services. We also may disclose your personal information if we believe in good faith that we are required to do so in order to comply with applicable law, a subpoena, or other legal process.
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You can also write to us at:
Attn: Communications Department
500 South Tryon
Charlotte, NC 28202
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Cookies and Similar Technologies
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Children Under Thirteen Years of Age
We do not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under thirteen years of age.