Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy is in plain English (we hope) and will only take a few moments to read and understand:

How You Can Contact Us:

We can be reached via e-mail using our Contact Us form, or by sending mail directly to info@fightidentitytheft.com.

Site Tracking

We have a web statistics package running (Google Analytics) that tracks how many times each page is visited. With that information, we can adjust the content or links on the site to improve the user experience.

When you visit a page, information is logged that contains your domain name (aol.com, for example), I.P. address, date, time, and pages visited. There is no personally identifiable information. In addition, this information will never be transferred or sold to anyone. If fact, I don’t think there is any commercial value in this information, even if someone wanted to sell it.

If for any reason you receive an email from us and you do not want to receive e-mail from us in the future, please let us know by sending e-mail to info@fightidentitytheft.com.

Web Cookies

With respect to web cookies (a method of tracking information you enter on a web site using a file on your computer): We do use a cookie to log whether you’ve visited the site before. No personal information is written to the cookie at all. Here’s what a line in the cookies.txt file looks like:

www.fightidentitytheft.com FALSE /stats FALSE 1017489379 1017144119

We track this information because we want to know how many people total have visited the site. As you can see, there is no personally identifiable information in the cookie.

Advertising

With respect to ad servers: We do not partner with or have special relationships with any ad server companies.

Links

This site contains links to other web sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of any other site.

Complaints

If you feel that this site is not following its stated information policy, you may contact The DMA’s Committee on Ethical Business Practices at mgoldberger@the-dma.org, state or local chapters of the Better Business Bureau, The Federal Trade Commission by phone at 202.FTC-HELP (202.382.4357) or electronically at http://www.ftc.gov/ftc/complaint.htm.

Author: Dave Nielsen

I started using computers in 1978 on the Apple II and was first online (using my “high-speed” 1200 baud modem) in 1989. I’ve managed web sites for several Fortune 500 companies and for internet start-ups. Working for one of those start-ups is what brought me into the world of credit. I was part of the the executive team that ran QSpace, the first company to offer credit reports over the internet.

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