Privacy Policy

Hope for the Sold’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Use define the employment of personal information that may be compiled when you interact with Hope for the Sold, such as visiting our website, purchasing our products or services, or communicating with any of our personnel. By reading the following, you will learn all you need to know about our information practices. Since your privacy is high priority at Hope for the Sold, we are glad to disclose how information is collected, how it is used and why, who sees the information, and how we go out of our way to protect it.

Security Policy
Your payment and personal information is always safe. Our Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software is the industry standard and among the best software available today for secure commerce transactions. It encrypts all of your personal information, including credit card number, name, and address, so that it cannot be read over the internet. To ensure your safety, we also do not store your credit card information on our servers.

Refund & Return Policy
Refunds will not be issued for electronic media such as USB flash memory drives, dvd’s and cd’s that have been opened. All apparel and electronic media such as USB flash drives, dvd’s and cd’s that have not been opened and used may be exchanged for replacement within 7 days of purchase. All other items may be exchanged or refunded within 15 days of purchase but must be in like-new condition.

Your Right to Use the Site and Its Content
The site is only for personal enjoyment and use. You may not copy, modify, or sell anything found on this site without the express written permission of Hope for the Sold.

What is a Copyright?
A copyright is the legal right of creative artists or publishers to control the use and reproduction of their original works. Copyright is recognized in most governmental structures of the world by statutory copyright laws.

Furthermore, copyright exists through the expression of an idea. However, the idea itself is not copyrighted. Copyrightable expressions have various forms, but the most common are literary, musical, dramatic, sound recordings, pantomime and dance/choreography, pictorial, graphic, computer programs, sculptural and motion pictures.

How Information is Collected
Registering to receive e-news updates from Hope for the Sold is voluntary and may require users to divulge personal information that may be retained in a database to better serve users. Hope for the Sold reserves the right to utilize this information in order to provide superior service to users.

How Your Information Is Used and Why
Our database holds all your registered information. To make your visit enjoyable and in consideration of your time, your account information is stored in order to allow you to make purchases, make donations and to keep you informed. Because we cater to your interests in specific ministry outlets, we encourage you to make regular updates on your account (contact information and preferences).

Who Sees My Information
Only authorized Hope for the Sold personnel in business offices have access to your information. All access points are protected by login name and password. All permissions are regulated and supervised by the office administrator.

In an event that we may be required by law or litigation to disclose your personal information, we reserve the right to make known the information to the proper authorities. We may also disclose information about you if we determine that for national security, law enforcement, or other issues of public importance, disclosure is necessary.

How We Protect your Information
Hope for the Sold takes your privacy very seriously, and we assure that we will never sell or rent your contact information to any kind of marketer. All other precautions and restrictions are stated above. Hope for the Sold’s website has links to the sites of other organizations and outside URLs. Hope for the Sold is not responsible for these privacy practices and we encourage you to learn about the privacy policies and practices of these outside sources.