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The only information we obtain about our members is the information we need to process credit card charges for membership fees. The information collected is never revealed, sold, or made public for any reason.
Personally identifiable information provided by subscribers (name, email or home address, etc.) is never disclosed to any individual or business.
Each time a member logs into this site, we store a temporary 'cookie' in the browser files of that member's computer. This cookie is used during your online session to allow you free access to the Members Area, without repeatedly requiring you to re-enter your username and password.
When you log off or leave the site, the cookies file is automatically removed.
In order to provide visitors with greater value, some of our pages may provide links to various third-party websites. In no case is member's information or 'cookies' provided to the third-party sites.
However, keep in mind that many sites do attempt to capture visitor information when you browse those sites. Once you leave our site, we are not able to alert you should another site attempt to gather information from your browser.
We provide our members with a multi-tiered Discussion Forum that makes sharing information with other subscribers easy. To protect your privacy when posting or replying to messages in the message board, your personal information and email are not revealed.
However, remember that any information you disclose in the message board areas can be read by all other members, so exercise caution when deciding to disclose your personal information.
We use a variety of security measures including encryption and authentication to protect the loss, misuse, and alteration of your personal information under our control.
Our site gives users the opportunity to opt-in to receive communications from us. You can be assured that we never reveal, sell, or make available your email address to anyone for any purpose. This site also gives users options for removing their information from our database in order to stop receiving our communications.