Privacy Policy

What is Equipment Parts Sources' Privacy Policy?
Maintaining your privacy is important to EPS. That's why we take every reasonable precaution to safeguard your personal information from unauthorized access. After all, we realize that your relationship with us is built on trust. Preserving that trust is our goal. So whether you visit our Web site or call our service representatives, rest assured that we are keeping your personal information safe and secure.

The Equipment Parts Source Privacy Assurance
1. We do not sell your personal information to anyone.
2. Nonpublic personal information EPS collects:

We collect information such as name, address, e-mail address, phone number and credit card information. This information is collected via and/or our customer service representative. EPS limits the collection and use of your information to what is necessary to provide you with superior service.

Physical Security
EPS provides leading edge technology to ensure that all information transmitted is safe and secure. Information is stored on a secure record keeping system that is located in secured areas of the buildings we occupy.

All record keeping systems are located in a controlled area, with physical access limited to authorized persons. Authorized personnel escort visitors into controlled areas at all times. Employees of EPS may, from time to time, have access to this information in order to fulfill our service commitment to you.

Doing business on our Web site means sending and receiving personal information over the Internet. It is crucial you make sure you are comfortable with our' efforts to safeguard your personal information.

How We Secure Online Account Access

* Equipment Parts Source, Inc. uses the latest encryption technology, SSL, to protect private information transferred between your computer and EPS.


EPS may assign your computer browser a unique random identifier called a "cookie." Doing so does not compromise your privacy or security in any way. We will simply use the data collected by the cookie to improve your Web experience and to evaluate the site's services and features.

What is SSL?
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It's a technology developed by Netscape and adopted by all vendors producing Web-related software. It's used to establish a secure connection between your PC and EPS’s server. SSL allows you to transmit information in an encrypted manner, so all data transmitted between EPS and your computer will be completely encrypted even while traveling across multiple networks. Encryption is achieved through an electronic scrambling technology (developed by RSA, Inc.) that uses "keys" to code and decode data. Basically, each party has a private "key" that no one can access, and a public "key" that can be passed back and forth. Information encrypted with a public key can only be decrypted with the associated private key. In other words, the information you send to EPS is encrypted using our public "key." We with our private “key” can only decrypt it.

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