We will not sell, trade, or rent your information to third party businesses or marketing companies!
Registering with us enables you to more quickly make your purchase by not having to enter your data over and over again. It also allows you to receive the latest fund raising news and information about how to better make money for your organization from American Forest Management. benefits of registering with American Forest Management include receiving intermittent promotions geared to your organization and needs, access to free samples and information kits, a free subscription to the American Forest Management newsletter, as well as premium customer support.
American Forest Management believes in keeping your information confidential! We will only use your information to assist you in raising money for your organization. All of our employees must sign a confidentiality agreement to not use your information for anything other than its intended use.
How Do We Use the Information You Provide Us?
We may use any information you provide us within our own company for marketing and research purposes. We may also use certain information about your product preferences to send you e-mails about special offers or items we believe you might be interested in via email, postcards or brochures. You may elect to be removed from our mailing list by written request sent by email at email@example.com or mailed to American Forest Management and More P.O. Box 76113 St. Petersburg, FL 33734.
Does American Forest Management Sell Your Information to Anyone Else?
American Forest Management does not sell or rent your information to any third party. If this changes for any reason in the future, you may elect not to have your information shared to these parties by notifying us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will make public announcements on this web page if we ever change our policy concerning the rental or sale of personal information.
We retain the right to release your personal information to proper authorities when required by law or when we in good faith believe that we must release the information in order to: (a) satisfy a legal order or comply with legal process; (b) defend the rights of American Forest Management or its affiliates or business partners; or (c) protect the personal safety of American Forest Management employees, agents, affiliates, business partners, customers or site users.
How can you Change your Profile information?
We strive daily to maintain only accurate data on all of our customers and web site users. If you find errors in any of your personal information, please notify us in one of the following ways, and we will be happy to correct it.
You can edit your registration information online by clicking on the My Account button in the e-commerce section of the site.
You may mail your changes to:
American Forest Management
2401 Whitehall Park Dr #100
Charlotte NC 28273
You may call us at the following number: (704) 527-6780.
Technology Used To Protect Your Privacy We use the latest SSL Server Certified 128-bit encryption to protect your data. American Forest Management protects you and your information by using a Secure Socket Layer (SSL). SSL transparently encrypts the data between your browser and our server, so we can better process credit card orders, protect sensitive personal information, and strive to the best of our ability that hackers cannot detect your password.
Cookies and Your Privacy?
There are two main types of cookies that can be
transmitted via a web
1.) Transient cookie - or temporary session cookies. This puts data into your temporary memory of your browser to convey information (if you are filling out an order form for example) from one screen to the next. This type of cookie only lasts as long as your browser is open (or it can time out at about 20 -120 minutes or so). Once you close your browser this cookie disappears and is gone for good.
2.) Persistent Cookies - these are the cookies (or bits of data) that are stored on your machine's hard drive. These can be used to store ID's, logins, passwords, etc. to make your online experience easier. Unscrupulous web developers also put these on your hard drive to stay and collect data about you (hackers can also use these to collect passwords and keystroke.) But most reputable companies, such as your bank, American Forest Management, and most e- commerce stores, use them to make your life easier with passwords and such.
You can delete the cookies on your machine from your Internet Explorer browser by going to the "Tools" menu, clicking on "Internet
Options..." and clicking on the "Delete Cookies..." button.
You can block cookies in your browser by clicking on the Security tab in Internet Options and selecting a Medium or High Security level on the slider.