Trades of Hope, LLC is the only operator collecting or maintaining personal information through the www.tradesofhope.com website.
Collection of Information
The website actively collects information from its members such as first and last name, age, city and state, email address, gender, birth date, and information through signup forms, applications, voluntary surveys, sweepstakes, contests, purchases, and participation in public forums.
The site reserves the right to passively collect information related to site usage such as time spent on site, areas visited, and sites linked to and from. In the future, the site may collect additional information and may install cookies on members’ hard drives.
Parts of this site allow members to make personal information available in public profiles, to the extent the members choose to disclose such information. If a member contacts any employee or affiliated person, a record of that correspondence may be kept.
The site is prohibited from conditioning a member’s participation in an activity on the member’s disclosing more personal information that is reasonably necessary to participate in such activity.
Usage of Information
Personal information is used for record-keeping, site management, activities on the site, the fulfillment of requested transactions, and marketing only to members who have consented to such marketing.
Personal information collected from members is not disclosed to third parties, except companies with which the web site is affiliated by common ownership. The site may retain third parties to review certain personal information to advise it on demographic and marketing related issues, typically on an aggregated basis, and only after such third parties have agreed to maintain the confidentiality, security, and integrity of any personal information obtained.
We respect the privacy of children. We do not knowingly or intentionally collect personal information from children under the age 13. If you are under the age of 13, please do not submit any personal information to us. You should rely on a parent or guardian to assist you.