Maintaining Your Trust
The whole premise behind FinancialRx is to help you to lead a happy, healthy financial life. We cannot do that if we do not build and maintain your trust. In running a website, we know that in order to do so, we must, at a minimum, not flaunt your privacy.
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Collection of Personal Information
The personal information we collect is your email address and the answers to questions we ask you directly when/if you become an email subscriber. The answers to these questions help us to provide the information you need to lead a happy, healthy financial life. We will not sell your personal information to any third party without your consent.
Log Files and Usage Information
Like many websites, FinancialRx.com may make use of log files. Log files include information such as IP addresses, browser type, date and time stamp, etc. We use this information to learn about who our readers are and how you use our site – which types of articles you like best, what sorts of sites you come from, what region of the country you’re from – so that we can make FinancialRx better.
All this information is collected and used in the aggregate. None of it is linked to anything that is personally identifiable.
How to Unsubscribe
We’d be sad to see you go, but you can unsubscribe from the weekly FinancialRx emails at any time. Just click on the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of your FinancialRx email. Another way to do it is to send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word “unsubscribe” in the subject line.
We at FinancialRx.com may make changes to this privacy and disclosure policy in the future. Should we do so, we will inform you of those changes on this page.