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Our Customer Internet Privacy Statement

This privacy statement applies to our entire website.


Protecting your privacy is important to us. We hope the following statement will help you understand how David Anderson Consulting collects, uses and safeguards the personal information you provide to us on our site.

I. Description of the information we collect.

As you browse the DAConsult.com website, certain web pages may ask you to provide information appropriate to the task at hand. In those cases, you will be presented with a confirmation page on which you can verify the information you've supplied, which may or may not include your E-Mail address. This information may be stored on our own databases, or in "cookies" located on your computer. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer. Sites that store personalization information will normally employ cookies for that purpose.

With every page you request from our site, your browser will provide certain information, such as your IP address, browser type, etc. This information will be stored in our server's log files. We'll track what cities are most active, what countries are most active, which pages are visited most often, which search engines generate the most traffic for us, and what the most popular paths are through our site.

II. How we use this information.

We may use cookies to store information for the purpose of personalizing your visit and to maintain information relevant to your stay at our site.

At the end of the month, the information your browser sent to our log files will be aggregated together using a program called WebTrends to give us information about visitors' browsing habits. This information, along with your feedback, will be used to help us determine how to better our site. None of this information will be shared with other sites or companies without your permission. We will not engage in the practice of sending unsolicited E-Mail to our site's guests.

III. Your choices regarding the marketing use of collected information.

Currently, information is not being collected for marketing purposes. If it ever is, a web-based form will be provided to allow you the opportunity to grant or deny our permission to use your information. The amount of time needed to implement your choice of permission to use that information will be posted on this page and the form page at that time.

IV. Consumer Inquiries

Consumer inquiries may be E-Mailed to us at secure@daconsult.com You may also call our office during normal business hours. We will do our best to answer all your questions in as prompt and courteous a manner as possible.

V. How we protect your information.

In online forms where payment information is requested, we use the industry standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol that encrypts personal information being transferred over the Internet. For credit cards that are processed from our website, an Address Verification Service inquiry will be made to verify the accuracy of your address information, safeguard your credit, and help eliminate fraudulent use of your credit card information. Employee access to personal information is kept to a minimum, and our employees are forbidden to share confidential information with other individuals or companies where there is no clear, appropriate, ethical, legal business reason for doing so.

VI. Changes to this policy.

As changes to our policy become necessary, this web page will be updated to reflect those changes. The changes made will be posted below, with the most recent changes listed first.

V. Changes


Changed last sentence in Part III from "...will be posted on this page at that time." to "...will be posted on this page and the form page at that time."
Changed email address link to be generated by SpamSpoiler rather than as a plain text link.


Removed the SpamSpoiler link and returned it to a standard link.