Bosley GROUP are
aware of the ever growing concern of Internet users regardi the widespread distribution of their personal information. We have taken measures
to protect our customers and visitors privacy. Under no circumstances do we sell or
redistribute our email lists to third parties or spammers (bulk email marketing services).
All information submitted to this web-site,
whether it is a purchase, download of a demo product, or simply joining our mailing
list, remains confidential. Any information given is for our records only. We keep this information to notify customers of product upgrades, announcements, and new releases. If a user does not wish to receive this information, they need only check the appropriate box on our form's, and they will not be
included in any future mailings. Also, users can manually request to be removed
from any of our mailing's simply by sending mail to us.included in any future mailings. Also, users can manually request to be removed from any of our mailing's simply by sending mail to us.
In order to further protect customer
information, certain forms on this web site are run on a secure server,
utilizing encryption technology to safeguard all transactions (credit
card/online purchases) from unauthorized viewing. We use SSL encryption, with a
certificate from VeriSign.
These measures, along with our belief that it
is up to the individual to determine who receives and what may be done with their personal
information, insure that any information submitted to this web-site will be kept
completely confidential. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter,
Tips for Secure Web Shopping
Get the basics.
Be sure to obtain a mailing
address and telephone number for any online business you purchase from. This contact
information will come in very handy should any problems arise with your order.
Check the sources.
If you have questions
about a merchant, call the Better Business Bureau in the city where the merchant is
located. You'll find local BBB phone numbers at http://www.bbb.org/bureaus.
Also contact Internet Fraud Watch by telephone (800) 876-7060 or via the web, http://www.fraud.org and ask if it has received any
complaints about the merchant.
Check your browser
connection at the selected e-commerce site, make sure a "Padlock" or
"Key" symbol (depending upon browser) is displayed, signifying that the merchant
incorporates SSL encryption into its order process This symbol will be present on the
status bar of your favorite browser.
Always use a credit card.
Buying with a
credit card lets you contest charges if goods aren't delivered or fall short of claims.
Worried about credit card fraud? Federal law generally limits your liability to $10 for
purchases made with stolen information.
Report your troubles.
The Federal Trade
Commission's Web site http://www.ftc.gov includes
an online complaint form for consumers who suspect they've been victimized
online merchants. Internet Fraud Watch maintains a list of Internet-based scams,
with an online complaint form, IFW staff members forward complaints to many
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