We at AudioLinks.com take your privacy seriously.
To help ensure your privacy, we use the most advanced encryption technology to keep your personal information as secure as possible. This includes your billing, credit card, and account information.
We do not sell, trade, or otherwise share your personal information, such as name, email address, physical address, phone numbers, buying history, etc. without your permission. Your information stays here, period.
If you would like to receive email regarding AudioLinks.com Specials, check the appropriate box during the Order process, or click the link for the AudioLinks.com Newsletter Sign Up which is located on the top of our Web Pages and provide your email address.
If you wish us to retain personal information (to make repeat shopping easier), you must complete our registration process, which includes setting up a unique User name (a valid email address) and Password.
To modify your personal information, click on "MY ACCOUNT", and enter your user name and password. If you have any questions regarding our privacy practices, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important Notice on Internet Security:
AudioLinks understands how important it is to protect our customers’ information from unlawful use and fraud. To this end, AudioLinks.com is SSL secured and 128-Bit Encrypted by RapidSSL.com for your protection.
You can click at page bottoms to verify that our RapidSSL certificate is valid and active.
Also, you should see the little gold lock, near the bottom right corner of your browser, which indicates that the page information is encrypted.
NOTE: If you do not feel comfortable providing sensitive information though our secure shopping cart, call
, and we will gladly take your order with payment information over the phone.
To protect your personal information we strongly recommend the following:
- Don't use email to send sensitive information such as credit cards numbers, account numbers, Social Security numbers or passwords. Email is not a secure channel and should not be used to send such information.
- Note that most fraudulent email contains spelling or grammatical errors. Don't respond to email with obvious mistakes.
- Don’t type personal information into a pop-up window.
- Learn more about how online scammers use email to "phish" for personal information.
If you have provided personal information in an email that you now think was fraudulent, please contact us at