Classic Collision uses the Collected Information for a variety of business purposes in compliance with applicable law.
We use the Collected Information to operate our business, which includes (1) providing you with, and communicating with you about, Classic Collision products and services, (2) allowing you to access and participate in our Applications and features, (3) managing and improving our products, services and Applications, (4) personalizing your user experience; (5) reporting on various activities for historical, statistical or research and analysis purposes; (6) other purposes to which you consent; and (7) any other purpose as disclosed to you at the time you provide your information or as set forth in this Policy.
Respond to Requests.
When you are making a request to us, we use the Collected Information you provide to respond to such requests. When you provide us with personal information, including your contact information, in connection with a particular activity, product or service, you expressly consent to our communicating with you about your request.
Legal Requirements and Fraud Prevention.
Classic Collision is committed to complying with all applicable legal requirements and to taking reasonable steps to protect you, Classic Collision, and others from fraud or other security breaches. As a result, we may disclose information when we, in good faith, believe disclosure is required or appropriate to comply with the law or a regulatory requirement; to comply with governmental, administrative or judicial process, requirement or order, such as a subpoena or court order; to cooperate with law enforcement or other governmental investigations; to prevent or investigate a possible crime, such as fraud or identity theft; to enforce a contract; to protect the legal rights, property, or safety of Classic Collision and its employees, clients, partners and agents, other users or the public in general; or to protect your vital interests if determined necessary by us in our reasonable discretion. We also reserve the right to, without providing notice, report to appropriate law enforcement or government agencies any activities that we, in good faith, believe are in violation of applicable laws, rules or regulations.