PRIVACY AT MAXFIELDRESEARCH.COM
Your privacy is important to Maxfield. We want you to feel comfortable when you access our website. When you visit our site, you can do so anonymously without revealing your identity or any personal information to us.
We also believe that understanding what our customers want to see and do when visiting our site is an important part of building a useful and interesting online environment. Therefore, we track, on an aggregate basis, such information as the time and length of visits, the pages viewed or information downloaded and your browser version. We do not at any time collect any personal information about you unless you provide this information to us via direct email.
When you request a brochure, request additional information about our staff, our studies, or the company or request a specific quote or proposal from us via an email message to us, you voluntarily give us personal or company information such as your name, address, telephone, email address, fax or other contact information. If you choose to share this information with us, it is stored in our database so that we can respond to you and fulfill your requests for information. Additionally, if we have provided a link to your website, you may also provide us with information that will enable us to satisfactorily update and maintain this link. We agree that we will have no responsibility for updating and maintaining your website or your website information. Please be assured that any information that you provide to us is stored in a responsible and secure manner to protect your privacy.
The information gathered by us when you request a brochure, proposal or price quote for an analysis, send an e-mail message, opt-in for updates, may be used by Maxfield only for our marketing purposes. None of this information is ever sold to other marketers, periodical publishers or any other outsiders.
If you have previously given us your email address and no longer wish to receive correspondence via email from us, you can have your name removed from our database list by sending an email to [email protected]
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