Last Modified September 3, 2019
Please see our Federal Privacy Opt Out for an explanation of what Vanamor does with your personal information and the steps to take to limit the sharing of your information. For California residents, please see our California Privacy Opt Out.
Location of Servers and Transfer of Information to the United States
1. Collection and Use of Your Personal Information
We collect Personal Information from you only when you voluntarily submit it in order to obtain certain information, including without limitation (A) requests to find out more about our programs; (B) requests to contact us; and (C) requests to forward your information to one of our affiliates. Such information may include first and last name, email address, home address, phone numbers, Social Security number, or other physical and digital identifiers.
We honor all “do not track” requests and settings. If you use any signal(s) or other mechanism(s) that provides you the ability to exercise choice regarding the collection of personally identifiable information about your online activities over time and across third-party websites or online services, we will not attempt to override such signals or mechanisms, nor will we track your use of any such signal or mechanism. When you use our website, no other parties can collect personally identifiable information about your online activities over time and across different websites. Your choice is indicated by your settings in your web browser. A “do not track” indication sent from your web browser will result in any tracking activity (i.e., tracking cookies) within the website to be programmatically disabled.
If you contact us, we collect Personal Information, which is retained or referred to the appropriate department for research and a response. The information we collect is not used in any other way.
2. Collection of Non-Personal Information
Even if you do not send us any Personal Information, we may collect information about how you use our site (“Non-Personal Information”). This information cannot be used to identify you personally and is explained in more detail below under “Non-Personal Information”.
Like many sites, we obtain Non-Personal Information such as IP (internet protocol) addresses, browser types, the name of your ISP (internet service provider), information about where a user comes from before arriving at our Site, what pages a user visits, the order of those pages, and the amount of time spent on each. A vendor performs this service for us by sending a cookie to gather this information, compile it, and report to us. We use Non-Personal Information to customize the advertising and content you see, improve our services, conduct research, and provide anonymous aggregated reporting for internal audits and third-parties.
Opting Out of Third-Party Ad Servers
If you want to prevent a third-party ad server from sending and reading cookies on your computer, currently you must visit each ad network’s Website individually and opt out (if they offer this capability).
3. Use of Information
We use the Personal Information and the Non-Personal Information we collect on the Site (A) to answer your questions or address your inquiries, and (B) for analytical purposes to help us improve the Site and for our business generally.
In order to provide efficient and reliable services and to improve product and service options available to you, one or more of CMS’s affiliates may be given, or given access to, your Personal Information. When so sharing your Personal Information, we adhere to applicable legal and industry standards regarding the protection of personal information.
You should know that neither Vanamor nor its affiliates will sell your Personal Information.
4. Sharing Your Information
We do not rent, sell, or share with third parties the Personal Information we collect from you on this Site except (i) to provide information or services that you have requested, (ii) with your permission, or (iii) under the following circumstances:
- Third party vendors we engage to provide services on our behalf, such as hosting, website development, and support, have access to Personal Information, but they have agreed not to disclose the Personal Information or to use it for any purpose other than providing the requested services.
Our hosting services maintain their systems in accordance with reasonable industry standards to reasonably secure the information of its customers. However, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. “Perfect security” does not exist on the Internet, and you use the Site at your own risk.
6. Correction/Updating Personal Information
If your Personal Information changes or if you no longer wish to use the Site, you may correct, delete or update your Personal Information by emailing us.
This Site is not directed to children under the age of 13 (“Children”), and we do not knowingly collect any information, including Personal Information, from Children.
8. California Privacy Rights
Under California law, California residents have the right to request in writing from businesses with whom they have an established business relationship, (1) a list of the categories of personal information, such as name, address, e-mail address, and the type of services provided to the customer, that a business has disclosed to third parties (including affiliates that are separate legal entities) during the immediately preceding calendar year for the third parties’ direct marketing purposes and (2) the names and addresses of all such third parties.
To request the above information please email us.
We will respond to such requests within 30 days of receipt. Please note that we are only required to respond to each customer once per calendar year.
9. Comments and Questions
10. International Use, Governing Law and Forum
Vanamor makes no claims that materials on the Site are appropriate or may be downloaded for use in locations outside the United States. Access to the Site from countries or territories where such access is illegal or prohibited. Those who choose to access the Site outside the United States do so on their own initiative and are responsible for compliance with local laws.