PatternAgents values your business and respects your privacy. We have taken every effort to ensure the privacy and security of all your transactions with us. Any credit card information, or other personal data that you provide during the order process will be secured with the highest levels of confidentiality using our PCI compliant shopping cart.
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PatternAgents will always respect the privacy of our customers and vendors, and will never collect any personally identifying information without your permission. We have never and will never sell your personal information or your email address to anyone. All of our email communications with you will be only at your request via an Opt-In email format, and the email sign-up process requires your consent via a provided return email link.
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