Florida Palm Trees is committed to protecting your personal information. As a reminder, Florida Palm Trees does not request personal information via e-mail or telemarketing. If someone contacts you in this manner and requests personal information on behalf of Florida Palm Trees, DO NOT RESPOND! Delete, disregard or hang up. These questions are not from us. We want your personal information to remain private. If you have questions about Florida Palm Trees privacy practices, please contact us.
What Information Does Florida Palm Trees Collect?
By contacting the publisher of this website for any reason, you are agreeing to receive future communications from the publisher by mail, email or other means. Names and contact information collected in this way will not be sold.
However, inquiries are sometimes received that are best dealt with by another person or business. Florida Palm Trees may in these instances pass your inquiry with your name and contact information onto the appropriate party, so that they may address you directly or otherwise assist in the handling of the matter. Information about you may also be passed on to law enforcement authorities if so required.
How Is The Information Used?
Names, phone numbers, email addresses and other personal or corporate information submitted with the text of advertising or other publicity will be interpreted as permission to publish these unless you clearly indicate otherwise. You are responsible for any consequences arising from such information being made available on the internet. You are also responsible for getting permission from other parties involved before you submit information.
Information may be collected about users of this website by the publisher, the hosting service, or by third party service providers. This may include IP address, pages accessed on the site, time of access, search terms used, browsers and search engines used, return visits, and so forth. Generic statistical information concerning users of this website may be collated and disclosed to third parties.
Cookies are small files which may be placed on your computer by the website, by the hosting service, or by third parties associated with the site such as statistical services, search services, advertisers or merchants. These may be used to collect statistical information as described above. They could also be used to track clicks/leads/sales directed to merchants from the website, which allows calculation of commission payments. Cookies may be controlled or deleted using the settings in your internet browser. You may also wish to investigate how other security/privacy software might help you manage cookies.
Last revision date: February 10, 2010