In order to make a purchase from K-Cycle®, we require you to create an account and provide us with certain information to enable us to process and deliver your order. You will need to provide us with your name, email, address, phone number, shipping address, billing address, and billing information including a credit card number and related information ("personal information").
We use the personal information we collect for various purposes, including to complete a purchase that you initiate, to respond to your requests for information, to manage our K-Cycle® website, for marketing analysis, and for other lawful purposes. From time to time, we may also contact customers by email to inform them of new products, services, and occasionally ask them to take a survey regarding the K-Cycle® K−Cup® Pod Recovery Program. If you do not wish to receive such communications from us, you may change your privacy preferences to restrict the use of your personal information for this purpose.
Maintaining the confidentiality of your personal information — including credit card data — is very important to us. As a K-Cycle® customer, your personal information will never be rented or sold. For your security, we do not store your credit card information.
We are committed to ensuring that your shopping experience on the K-Cycle® website is safe and secure.
We store all of the personal information you provide to us when you create an account except for your credit card information.
When you do place an order, your address and credit card information is transmitted using industry standard encryption technology called secure socket layers (SSL) which ensures that it is encrypted during transmission. The integrity of our safe shopping technology is verified by Verisign, the premier secure transaction accreditation authority. You will see the Verisign logo during the checkout process to confirm that you are in 'secure mode'. Additional security assurances are given by the locked padlock icon or solid key icon at the bottom of your browser window, and the letters "https" (rather that "http") located in the URL address window at the top of your browser.
Click here to read additional disclosures required under the California Consumer Privacy Act.