Keystone Collections Group is committed to creating a safe online experience for visitors to our website by respecting and protecting your privacy with the same care we utilize for all Keystone transactions. Keystone is strongly committed to your right to privacy. The following guidelines set forth our general privacy practices and principles that apply to information we collect through our services.
Information Handling and Cookies
Use of Information for Tax Administration
Personal or financial information you provide is used for official purposes relating to the collection, administration, and enforcement of local taxes and governmental and authority fees. Keystone does not share personally identifiable information with third parties for sales or marketing purposes, but restricts its use to tax administration purposes.
Keystone is committed to treating personal and financial information about you responsibly. We are a leader in protecting confidential information. Keystone uses advanced technology and information management techniques to implement security, audit and control programs designed to protect the confidentiality and security of the information transferred on our website. Keystone procedures, employee orientation and communication programs are designed to protect taxpayer, business and government entity information. Keystone employs industry-standard encryption protocols, procedural safeguards and other reasonable measures to protect your information.
For your convenience, the information on Keystone’s website may contain hyperlinks which direct you to a website created and maintained by other organizations or companies. It is not necessary for you to access these convenience links to use the Keystone website. When you choose to click a link that takes you to a website created or maintained by another company, you are leaving Keystone’s website and are subject to the privacy policies of the other website, which Keystone neither endorses nor warrants, as user recognizes and accepts.
These policies and principles are effective 01/01/2021 and may be amended from time to time.