INTERNET & PRIVACY POLICY

The privacy and security of your personal information are our #1 priority and we want you to be aware of how we collect and handle information on the Spot the Spot website.

Information Spot the Spot Collects:

What information does this website gather?
Spot the Spot collects information such as name, address, and e-mail address, only when you knowingly provide it to us while visiting our website.

What happens when I provide personal information on this website?
When you supply information for a specific purpose, such as patient awareness updates, we use the information for that purpose. If the way we use personally identifiable information changes, Spot the Spot will contact you via e-mail notifying you of this change and giving you the opportunity to opt out of such use.

What happens when I provide information on registration forms?
When you choose to register for one of Spot the Spot’s programs, we request accurate contact information and preferences that help us better serve you. You will always retain the option to choose if your contact information is used to send you patient awareness information, special offers, and in some cases, newsletters.

Does Spot the Spot accommodate links to other websites?
Yes, the Spot the Spot website contains links to other websites. Spot the Spot is not responsible for the content or the privacy practices employed by other websites.

What does Spot the Spot do with personally identifiable information?
Personal information you voluntarily supply when obtaining information, or interacting with Spot the Spot is not shared for non-Spot the Spot purposes. This information is Spot the Spot’s proprietary data and is not available for use to any outside company in this personalized form. Should any changes be made in the way we use personally identifiable information, Spot the Spot will contact you via e-mail notifying you of this change and give you the opportunity to choose to opt out of such use.

Email:

Does the Spot the Spot website send e-mail to site visitors?
Spot the Spot strives to continuously improve our visitor’s online experience by providing them with the latest patient awareness information and in other circumstances described below. We may provide this information in any number of ways, including e-mails to online visitors and others who have provided their e-mail addresses to Spot the Spot. In addition, unless you have chosen to opt out from receiving e-mail messages, Spot the Spot may send e-mails to:

  • Provide new or updated patient awareness information
  • Provide information to those who have voluntarily provided their e-mail addresses in order to receive promotional material
  • Conduct online patient awareness surveys

Moreover, in the following situations, Spot the Spot reserves the right to communicate through e-mail with online users, including those who have opted out of receiving solicitation-based e-mails, to:

  • Respond to an online user’s e-mail
  • Confirm registrations and transactions placed online
  • Send information that visitor has requested
  • Provide emergency, security and online account maintenance information

Spot the Spot supports and complies with all laws governing its e-mail communications and will update this policy as needed to ensure ongoing compliance.

Updated July 2011

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