Privacy Policy in General Scope


  • RRG’s web hosting service uses verification by Authorize.net, Geo Trust, and Scan Alert for greater security measures.
  • RRG collects information in two ways. By a voluntary signing up of the newsletter and online purchases. RRG does not sell or release this information to anyone or any company, but uses it strictly for internal purposes and communication with the individual.
  • RRG uses search engine optimizing software to help gain and understanding of the type of clients visiting our and the demographics of such individuals. This information simply allows us to do a better job at serving our customers and is gained by server logs from the visitor’s browser.
  • The data collected is used for customizing the advertising and content you see, fulfill your requests for products and services, improve our services, contact you, conduct research, and provide anonymous reporting for internal usage.
  • RRG does its utmost to maintain an 18 year old and over client base. Due to the nature of Internet purchasing, this is impossible to be 100% accurate on this endeavor, but we try. Any knowledge of a purchase by an under age visitor is cancelled or turned down.
  • RRG does not rent, sell, or share personal information about you with other people or non-affiliated companies.
  • RRG does involve itself with any deep links or provide links to other websites not owned by RRG.
  • RRG does provide industry information by means of newsletters. RRG does use customer emails and those who sign up through the website. We provide an opt-out notice on every newsletter emailed and those wishing to opt-out are automatically deleted from the system.
  • The only personal information RRG keeps is that which pertains to the actual business transactions at hand.
  • RRG reserves the right to change the Privacy Policy at any time. When done so, the date of such alteration will be reflected by the Effective Date:
  • Use of cookies: A cookie is a small string of information captured from some websites that you visit, which then transfers to your computer. Cookies are used for your internal use, where your browser remembers and displays website addresses you want to go back to, usernames, passwords and sites you use often so you don’t have to re-type them in, etc. Additionally, advertising information for example, may be gleaned by advertisers which helps understand your preferences and improve your website experience, or simply to re-advertise to you. Well known entities such as Google and Amazon, use cookies in this way and it is a fairly standard computer and advertising industry function. Generally it’s very generic information that is captured, such as that it was ‘your” computer that visited, what pages that computer visited, search words used to arrive there, but does not access your computers’ personal information. We appreciate your allowing us to communicate with you in this way when we do use such advertising tools, which might show our ads after you visit our site. However, viruses and malware can store on your computer in the same fashion and you should use malware and virus protection to keep your computer clean from those elements. You can also turn off all cookies, in case you prefer not to receive them. You can also have your computer warn you whenever cookies are being used. For both options you have to adjust your options settings in the tools menu of your browser (e.g. Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari). There are also software products available that can manage cookies for you. Be aware that when you set your computer to reject cookies, it can limit the functionality of the website you visit, and/or navigation conveniences within your own computer may be eliminated, such as remembering often used websites, usernames and passwords. (Also see: Wiki).