DataMentors' Privacy Point of View
DataMentors believes in a proactive, secure approach in protecting consumer privacy. Protecting privacy exists in every element of our business, from physical, virtual and visual security, to ongoing training for all of our employees. We continuously seek ways to protect and assure appropriate use of information related to consumers and to promote policies within the industry that do the same.
DataMentors' privacy principles, policy and guidelines are incorporated into how we do business every day. We recognize the privacy interests of the businesses and consumers on which it collects information and has implemented comprehensive and formal data protection policies which balance privacy expectations with the legitimate business need of our customers.
DataMentors Businesses and How We Use Personal Information
DataMentors helps our clients market more effectively by understanding more about their clients and prospects.
Client companies come to DataMentors to understand their clients and prospects better, and our marketing technologies merge and link client and prospect data together, and help in performing analysis so that our clients can provide more targeted and meaningful offers, messages and customer experiences.
Marketing Data Products and Services
Our data products and services are designed to provide more insight and contact information on individuals and households in the US. These products are created from publically available information such as directories or sourced from other information providers.
Information DataMentors Collects and How We May Use It
DataMentors does not collect personally identifiable information (PII) about visitors except when visitors specifically provide such information on a voluntary basis. PII may be gathered from registration forms, content submissions, and community postings (e.g., chat and blogs). We may collect PII, such as your name, email address, mailing address, telephone number, contact preferences, and other identifiers as part of our effort to transact business with you and to answer your inquiries. We may also collect PII from you for marketing purposes unless you “opt-out” and request that you not be contacted in conjunction with such marketing activities. We will not knowingly collect, use or disclose data for marketing purposes on anyone under the age of 18.
Marketing Data Products and Services
Our marketing data products contain publicly available information, surveys and information from other data collectors. These products are used by businesses in their offline and online marketing programs. Our data products and service may include PII, such as your name, email address, mailing address, telephone number, contact preferences, and other identifiers. We take consumer privacy very seriously and adhere to all federal regulatory guidelines. In addition, we are members of the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) and adhere to all DMA guidelines, self-regulatory principles, and ethical business practices.
Your Choices and How to Contact Us
Unsubscribe or Opting Out
- Opting Out of DataMentors Marketing Communications
DataMentors maintains contact lists to communicate with our clients and prospects. All email messages sent to these lists include an opportunity to unsubscribe or opt-out of future email messages. You may request to opt out of our marketing and information products by completing and submitting the request form here. You may also request to be removed from further marketing or promotional communications by contacting us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Opting Out of our Marketing Data Products and Services
To opt-out of our Marketing Data Products and Services Databases, please contact us via email at email@example.com. Your request will remove your name and address from our marketing databases. However, please note that opting-out of our databases will not prevent other companies from sending you direct marketing materials or making telemarketing calls.
- Opting Out of Telephone Data:
We subscribe to the Direct Marketing Associations DMA's Telephone Preference Service (TPS) . This service is also the Official Do Not Call list for the States of Pennsylvania and Wyoming. To register your opt-out preference, please visit https://www.dmachoice.org/DMAdnclist/index.php.
We subscribe to the Federal Trade Commission's Do-Not-Call Registry. If you wish to decrease the amount of unsolicited telemarketing calls you receive you should register with the Federal Trade Commission's National Do Not Call Registry. The federal government's Do Not Call (DNC) Registry allows you to permanently restrict telemarketing calls by registering your phone number at donotcall.gov or by calling 1-888-382-1222. Placing your number on this national registry will stop most telemarketing calls, but not all of them.
The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) (www.dmachoice.org) also provides individuals with a form to use to have their names removed from other direct marketers’ mail, e-mail, and telephone call lists. DataMentors honors opt-out requests made through the DMA’s services.
Access to Personal Information
At DataMentors, we believe it is important to provide consumers with clear information about the data available in our marketing databases. You may request access to learn what information about your household is in DataMentors databases by filling out and submitting: DataMentors Data Individual Request Form.
DataMentors provides consumers a formal method for filing a complaint about our practices or procedures. This method specifies what information must be included in the complaint and where it should be directed. To learn how to file a complaint, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EU Data Privacy
DataMentors verifies that it adheres to all of the Privacy Shield Principles concerning the transfer of personal data from the European Union (“EU”) to the United States (“U.S.”). As part of this, we follow the Privacy Shield Principles published by the U.S. Department of Commerce (the “Principles”) with respect to all such data.
The Privacy Shield Principles are:
- Accountability for Onward Transfer
- Data Integrity and Purpose Limitation
- Recourse, Enforcement and Liability
Click here to view DataMentors Privacy Shield Principles.
DataMentors has self-certified that it adheres to the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Agreement concerning the transfer of personal data from the European Union to the United States. Click to view DataMentors’ U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Policy.
Other Important Information
DataMentors maintains quality control procedures to ensure the information we compile and process is as accurate and complete as possible. We respond promptly to questions from clients and consumers about the accuracy of information.
Links to Third Party Sites
Our website contains links to unaffiliated third party sites. DataMentors and its affiliate sites do not endorse or make any representations about any third party sites including any information found there. We encourage you to review the privacy policies of these unaffiliated third party sites.
DataMentors maintains security procedures designed to keep information we own, license and process from being accessed by any unauthorized person or business. DataMentors has safeguards in place to keep your PII accurate, complete, and up to date for the purposes for which it is used. Strict measures will be taken to assure against unauthorized access, alteration, or dissemination of personal information. We also maintain physical security for our facilities and limit access to certain critical areas of our business.
Changes to This Policy
Attention: Privacy Advocate
2319 Oak Myrtle Ln,Suite 104
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544
Last Revision Date: 9/23/2016