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Privacy Policy

Our site does not share or release your personal information.

Privacy Policy

Web Privacy Statement and Policy

When you browse our website, the site gathers no personally identifiable information about you. If you complete and submit an online information request form, we capture that identifying information that you supply and only use it to fulfill your request.

With few exceptions, we do not share personal information you enter on a form or on our website that might identify you, such as your full name, street address, telephone number, or email address with a third party.


We might release your personal identification information in these cases:

  • We do sometimes share information that you enter with our trusted business partners, who have agreed to follow our privacy policies.
  • We will release specific information about you to comply with any valid legal process such as a search warrant, subpoena, statute, or court order.
  • We may also release specific information in special cases, such as if there is an attempted breach of the security of our website, or a physical threat to you or others.
  • We may also use information you give us to help improve our site’s usability.

Download our Notice of Privacy Practices.

Non-personally identifiable information and the use of cookie technology

We collect non-personally identifiable information through the use of “cookie” technology and/or IP address tracking. Non-personally identifiable information might include the browser you use, the type of computer, smartphone, or other device you are using, your operating system, your Internet service provider, and other similar information. Your member ID number or profile information is not stored in cookies.

We use such information in the aggregate to understand how our users, as a group, use the services and resources provided on our site. When we say we use the information in the aggregate, that means that information from a group of individuals has been compiled and processed so that no one individual’s information can be isolated. We study aggregate information to learn which areas of are most popular, which areas need improvement, and what technologies are being used so that we may improve

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