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Privacy Policy


Precision Instrument Correction, Inc. (PIC) values your privacy and the protection of your personal information. This statement explains the collection of information through Precision Instrument Correction, Inc® websites and related products and services (collectively the “Website”) and its usage. Use of the Website indicates acceptance of this privacy policy.

What Data Does PIC Collect?

Information You Give Us: We collect and store any data you enter on our Website or give us in any other way. This may include data such as your name, company name, payment information, email address, physical address, and phone numbers(s). You may choose not to provide certain information, but this may prevent you from utilizing certain of our Website features. The data you provide may be used for purposes such as responding to your requests, customizing future Website experiences, improving our Website, and communicating with you.

Automated Data: We collect and store particular types of data every time you visit our Website. This may include data such as your device IP address and cookies (see below for more information about cookies). This information is used to improve your experience on our Website.

Email Communications: In order to make the emails we send as relevant as possible we often collect information about how you interact with the emails we send. This includes data such as the time at which you open our email, the links that you click in our email. We also store information about how often we send you emails in order to avoid sending you unnecessary messages. If you wish to change your email preferences, please email us.

What About “Cookies”?

A “cookie” is a small text message that the web server asks permission to place on your web browser. The web server and web browser pass this text message back and forth to help improve the quality of your visit on our Website. For example, “cookies” keep track of the items in your shopping cart and which forms previously filled out.

How can I remove “cookies”?
“Cookies” can be removed or blocked from your device by adjusting the settings in most web browsers. However, the removal or prevention of “cookies” may result in lost functionality on our Website, including the loss of shopping cart information and auto filled forms.

Does PIC Share the Information We Collect?

Your information and your privacy are very important to us and we are not in the business of selling it to others. 

Credit Reporting: We may share your information for the purpose of credit reporting.

Third Party Service Providers: We may share your information with service providers who work to improve our Website. These partners are not authorized to retain, share, store, or use your identifiable information for any purposes other than as instructed by us.

Business Transfers: We may share your information in connection with the (actual or potential) sale, purchase, acquisition, merger, reorganization, bankruptcy, liquidation, dissolution, or similar transaction or proceeding of or involving us.

Protection of PIC and Others: We may share your information if we believe that sharing your data is reasonably necessary in order to (1) protect or defend the legal rights, property, safety, or security of us, anyone else, or the public, (2) protect or defend against, or otherwise address, fraud, security, or technical issues, (3) risk management purposes, (4) comply with a law, regulation, legal request, legal process, legal requirement, judicial proceeding, or court order, (5) investigate a possible crime, such as fraud or identity theft, or (6) act in urgent circumstances.

Unidentified or De-Identified Information: We may share without restriction or limitation any and all information that is not identifiable or has been de-identified. We reserve the right to de-identify your identifiable information for any and all purposes.

With Your Consent: Other than as outlined above, we will contact you to obtain your consent before sharing your information with any third parties.

How Does PIC Protect Your Information?

Data Transmission: We take the security of your data seriously and protect your information during transmission through the use of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software, which encrypts the information you enter.

Assumption of Risk: While we strive to secure your information there is always potential risk in transmitting and storing data. Due to this risk we will not be held responsible (1) for any unauthorized access or illegal or unauthorized use of information, including identifiable information, or (2) if your information, including identifiable information, is accessed through unauthorized or improper use of your account or login information or due to your failure to secure your username, password, or customer ID.

Are Children Allowed To Use PIC’s Website?

Our Website is not intended for use by those under the age of 18. Minors may only use our Website with the involvement of a parent, guardian, or educational professional.

What About Links to Third Party Websites?

Our Website includes links to other websites that are owned or operated by parties outside of our control. PIC does not take responsibility for or control information recorded on these sites. In addition, we are not responsible for the accuracy or the content of these websites.


  • “We”, “Our” and “Us”: When used within this privacy policy “we”, “our” and “us” refers to Precision Instrument Correction, Inc and its subsidiaries.
  • “You” and “Your”: When used within this privacy policy “you” and “your” refers to the user and any companies which they represent
  • “Website”: When used within this privacy policy “Website” refers to Precision Instrument Correction, Inc® websites and related products and services.

Changes to Private Policy
We reserve the right to make changes to our privacy policy at any time without prior notification.