Electronic Communications Policy
All Public Art is required to provide you with certain information in writing. This Electronic Communications Policy describes how we’ll provide that information to you.
1. Information All Public Art Will Send You
All Public Art will sometimes need to send you important messages about your use of All Public Art’s website, mobile apps or other services (collectively, our “Services”). This policy covers all of those messages, including the terms, policies and user agreements applicable to your use of the Services, billing statements, transaction information, privacy disclosures, tax statements and other legal documents that will be provided to you electronically (collectively, the “Electronic Communications”).
2. Communications Will Be Sent Electronically
Under this policy, you give your consent for All Public Art to provide you with the Electronic Communications (including all legal terms and legally-required disclosures) electronically. You also agree that your agreement with electronic terms and disclosures has the same legal effect as if you had signed an agreement on paper. For example, if you click a button on All Public Art’s website electronically, and language appearing next to the button informs you that you will agree to certain terms by clicking the button, then your click of the button will have the same legal effect as signing an agreement on paper.
3. Delivery of Information
All Public Art may provide you with Electronic Communications (a) by emailing them to you at the email address listed in your All Public Art account, (b) by posting them on the All Public Art website or mobile applications, or (c) by making them available via a website designated in an email notice to you.
4. Technical Requirements to Receive Electronic Communications
In order to receive Electronic Communications, you must have the following:
- A computer or mobile device;
- A connection to the Internet;
- An internet browser that supports 128 bit encryption, with cookies enabled;
- An active email address; and
- Sufficient electronic storage space on your computer's hard drive or other data storage unit and/or an installed printer to print disclosures.
5. Withdrawing Consent for Electronic Communications
You may withdraw your consent to receive Electronic Communications at any time by email us a request via our contact us form on the Contact Us page.
Note that if you withdraw your consent to receive Electronic Communications, such withdrawal will only be effective after All Public Art has had a reasonable period of time to process your withdrawal (usually 3 months). Additionally, if you withdraw your consent to receive Electronic Communications, and All Public Art is required to send you paper copies of communications, All Public Art may cancel your access to the Services.
In order for All Public Art to send you paper copies, you must have a current mailing address on file in your All Public Art account. All Public Art reserves the right to charge you reasonable fees to cover the costs of sending you paper copies of Electronic Communications.
6. Updating Your Contact Information
To ensure that you receive Electronic Communications, you should make sure that the contact information in your All Public Art account is accurate. All Public Art is not responsible for your failure to receive Electronic Communications if you failed to update your contact information.
Last updated on January 21, 2016