Regents Review takes several steps to protect your privacy. To this end, we only ask you to provide information that we need in order to deliver the service or information you have requested. Additionally, we don't share the information you have given us without your permission to do so.
We collect personally identifiable information from you when you purchase our products. We will request information that we need in order for you to participate in the service (things like your name and address, for example) or pay for the service (credit card information, for example).
Regents Review offers several opportunities to receive products or information on- and off-line. You can indicate your wish to receive such products and information by checking a box on a form; unless you ask for it, nothing will be sent to you and nothing will be shared with third parties.
From time to time, we obtain lists of people who may be interested in our products and services from third-party marketing list suppliers. We use these lists to send direct marketing promotions by mail or by email. We do our best to only obtain these lists from suppliers who have opt-in policies for third-party marketing, but we are not responsible for the conduct and policies of these suppliers. Please note that even if you are a registered customer of ours and have asked us not to use the information you provided to us to send you promotional material, a third-party marketing list supplier could still provide us with your name and address, in which case you will receive the promotional material sent by us to others on the supplier's list. If you have received a promotion from us and do not wish to receive future promotions, please contact us at:email@example.com.
Like most sites, we maintain logs of site usage in order to evaluate our visitors' interest level in areas of the website, which and how many pages they look at, how long they stay on the site, and what Web browsers are used. This data is tracked in aggregate form, not at an individual user level, and is not uniquely identifying. The aggregate level data may be shared with third parties and the public.