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We may gather and use information as follows:
We will receive and store any information you enter on the Web Site or give us in any other way that personally identifies you to improve your experience at the Web Site, to get a better general understanding of the type of individuals visiting the Web Site and to enable us to contact you when needed. Typically you may supply personally identifiable information (such as name, address, phone number, e-mail address or insurance carrier) for various purposes on this Site. These purposes may include subscribing to the e-Upd@te, submitting a comment about a recent visit, contacting our business office, making a change of address or insurance, or supplying feedback about the Web Site.
The information you supply to the Alliance is only used for internal business purposes. The Alliance does NOT sell, rent or trade your personal information to third parties.
We, like many Web sites, may store a cookie on your computer to collect aggregated site-visitation statistics. A cookie is simply a small data file we place on your computer’s hard drive when you first visit the Web Site. Cookies can neither damage user files nor can they read information from users’ hard drives. We combine all usage information provided by such cookies and we do not monitor your use of the Web Site. Allowing us to create a cooking on your hard drive will not give us, or any other site, access to the rest of your computers’ hard drive.
We use information to get a better general understanding of the type of individuals visiting the Web Site; respond to your requests or comments; improve your experience on the Web Site; collect aggregated site-visitation statistics; and alert you to updated information, office events and services from us.
Any user questions or comment submitted to us may become available in the public sections of the Web Site, including a section entitled “Frequently Asked Questions.” If we publicize any user questions, such questions will not contain facts that identify the user or the specific parties involved. We also reserve the right to use any user comments submitted to us for promotional purposes and by submitting such comments to us you agree that we may do so.
Only those who ask to be added to our e-mail list (e-Upd@te) or who submit a comment through firstname.lastname@example.org will receive e-mail communications from us. You can remove your e-mail address from our files at any time.
We may release any user information if required to comply with law; to enforce or to apply the Web Site Terms and Conditions; or under the good faith belief that disclosure is otherwise necessary or advisable including, without limitation, to protect the rights, properties, or safety of us or our users.
Choice: We give you a choice as to the type and amount of private information we have, as follows:
You can always choose not to provide certain information to us. If you choose not to provide personal information, you can still use many parts of the Web Site, however, you will not be able to take advantage of many of the Web Site’s features, such as the change insurance form, change address form, contact billing and the e-Upd@te.
Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but if you prefer, you can edit your browser options to block cookies in the future. The “help” portion of the toolbar on most browsers will explain how you can prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to set the browser to inform you when you receive a new cookie or how to reject cookies altogether.
We protect the security of your personal information. We take steps to protect your data from loss, misuse, alteration, destruction or unauthorized access. When using the change of address or change of insurance forms, we encrypt personal information using Secure Socket Layer (“SSL”) technology. SSL is a proven coding system that lets your browser automatically encrypt, or scramble, data before you send it to us. To support this technology, users must have an SSL-capable browser. SSL is one of the safest encryption technologies available. While we use such sophisticated security technology to secure users’ information, we cannot guarantee that any electronic submission of information is totally secure.
Throughout the Web Site, the Alliance may offer links to other sites. The Alliance is not responsible for the privacy practices or content on these sites, including those sites that may indicate a relationship with the Alliance. Even though the Alliance offers links to other sites, it does not imply that the Alliance is responsible for or endorses the privacy policies of those sites.
The Alliance reserves the right to change this policy statement at any time. Please review this page periodically for updates in this policy.
Contacting the Alliance
P.O. Box 1068
Oldsmar, FL 34677