Privacy Policy

At, we respect your privacy. We do collect information from you, but it is our policy and priority to ensure that all personal information remains private and secure. To earn your trust and confidence in the Internet and in, we are disclosing our privacy practices and the uses of the information we gather.

To protect your privacy,

  1. Will not release personal identifying information about you without first obtaining your consent, unless required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary in order to conform to the edicts of the law or comply with a legal process served on our company.

  2. Will not knowingly collect personal identifying information from children younger than 13 without parental consent.

  3. Will inform you when we change our privacy policy, either by e-mail, newsletter or via a link when you log in. reserves the right to amend this Privacy Statement at any time without prior notice, and only the current Privacy Statement may be deemed effective.

1.  What General Information Do You Collect And How Is It Used?

When you visit, we collect some basic information about your computer:   

  1. IP address (your computer's unique signature)

  2. Operating system (e.g., Windows 95,98,2000,ME,NT)

  3. Browser software (e.g., Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape)

We use it to help us better understand the people who visit us.

2.  What Personal Information Do You Collect And How Is It Used?

During the signup process, we ask you to supply personal information, including your first name, last name, address, birth date and an alternate e-mail address. If you do not log in for a prolonged period of time, we may use your alternate e-mail address and home address to insure that you receive important news about your account or other information that you have requested. Once you have an account with us, you will receive a periodic newsletter and service announcements. The newsletter contains general information about your autoresponder account and interesting news from the internet. The service announcements contain information regarding updates to our services, features, or products. Newsletters are mailed not more than twice per week.

3.  What Are Cookies And What Do You Use Them For?

We require each member to enable cookies to login and use our services.

What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a very small text file placed on your hard drive - with your permission - by a web server.

Why do we use Cookies?
Identification: We use cookies to identify you uniquely.

Tracking and Maintaining Session info: Once you have logged in, we use the cookie to distinguish between your autoresponder session and that of the many other people using our service. For example: After you have logged-in and you go to set up your autoresponder messages, we need to display your messages and not somebody else's. Setting cookies is currently the best method of maintaining session information over the web.

Are cookies secure?
A cookie cannot contain program code, so it cannot be used as a virus nor can it be used to extract data from your system. When a cookie is set, only the server which set the cookie can access the information in that cookie. The use of cookies allows us to provide a higher level of security for your e-mail account.

How do I change the way my browser handles cookies?
Most browsers allow three options for handling cookies: 

  1. Accept all cookies.

  2. Warn before accepting a cookie.

  3. Reject all cookies.

Our web-based List Management And Autoresponder Service will not function unless your browser is set to accept cookies. Instructions for enabling and disabling cookies can be found through the help menu on most browsers.

4.  Do You Protect The Privacy Of Children Younger Than 13?

We believe that it's especially important to protect children's privacy online.

Note: defines "children" as minors younger than 13.

In compliance with the Children's On Line Privacy Protection Act, does not allow children under 13 to sign up for our services at this time.

5.  How Can I Protect My Privacy Within And The
     Internet As A Whole? 

  1. Know the risks.
    If you provide your e-mail address to public domains such as chat rooms or newsgroups, or you provide it to Web sites which don't respect your privacy, you may begin to receive unsolicited e-mail. Unsolicited e-mail is also known as Spam. Although has strict rules prohibiting Spam.  It is generally a good idea to provide your e-mail address only to people or groups that you trust.

  2. Educate yourself.
    Look for a privacy statement on every site you visit on the Web, and search for information on how to protect your privacy.

  3. Teach your children
    Teach children not to give out their names or other personal information. Tell them never to fill out online registration forms without your knowledge and consent.

  4. Use complex passwords.
    If your password is simple, it is also simple for a hacker to break it and gain access to your e-mail account or other private areas. To protect your privacy, you should use complex passwords consisting of very long and awkward keystroke combinations. This makes the hacker's job much more difficult.

    We send reminders of your account passwords only after the appropriate security questions have been answered. NEVER GIVE YOUR PASSWORD TO ANYONE. If someone claiming to represent in an e-mail or chat room asks for your password, DO NOT RESPOND. The only time we ask for your password is via a web page, when you need to access our system (such as the login screen). 

This privacy policy is part of our User Agreement and you agree to be bound by all of its terms and conditions.