Here at TroyTheLocator.com, privacy is a very important subject to us. In an
effort to protect your privacy and put your mind at ease, we utilize the
YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
TroyTheLocator.com only collects personally identifiable
information with your consent. By registering to use our web site, you
will be asked for your name, address, and other similar information.
TroyTheLocator.com will not share this information with any affiliated or
third party companies.
In order to complete your registration with
TroyTheLocator.com, you will be required to provide payment information,
including your credit card number and expiration date. This information is
only used to complete a transaction that you initiate and will never be
sold or transferred to any third party. TroyTheLocator.com uses SSL secure
socket software to encrypt the information you provide and to protect its
"Cookies" are small pieces of information that are
stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. While
collect any personally identifiable information. Our cookies are used for
legitimate business purposes only. For instance, cookies allow us to store
your user-ID during your visit to keep track of reports you have ordered
or any updates to those reports. Cookies also help us detect potential
fraud or misuse of our system.
While most browsers are set to accept cookies by
accepting cookies. However, be aware that if you do not accept any cookies
from this web site you will not be recognized as a registered user and
will not be able to login and perform Locates.
CANCELLATION & ACCOUNTABILITY
Upon request, TroyTheLocator.com will remove your
personal information from our customer information database. (The
information you provided when you registered on the site.) If you decide
to use our website services in the future, you will be required to
Finally, we will allow you to review any personal
information we store in connection with your use of this site and to
correct any inaccurate information.
YOUR CONSENT TO ALL OF THE TERMS
By using this site, you consent to the collection and
use of information by TroyTheLocator.com from this web site. If we change
informed of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what
circumstances we disclose it.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What's the difference between public records, publicly
available information, and non-public information? These terms refer to
the source of the information. The following definitions have been agreed
by various information industry and government groups:
- Public Records are compiled by various public offices
and agencies with the intent and for the purpose of being made publicly
available. Examples of public records include real estate records, lien
filings, business entity filings (such as corporate registrations),
lawsuit information and court dockets, court decisions, and birth,
marriage, divorce and death records.
- Publicly Available Information generally originates
with the individual himself or herself and is provided in the course of
routine business transactions such as ordering telephone service,
placing catalog orders, making retail purchases, and joining book clubs.
Published telephone numbers, household demographics, street addresses,
and church and school alumni directory information all fall within the
category of publicly available information. Information contained in
newspapers and magazines (such as news reports and birth, death and
marriage notices) is also considered to be publicly available.
- Private or Non-Public Information is not generally
available from public records or commercial sources. Non-public
information includes information that is protected from disclosure by
law or by custom, such as medical records, employment records, tax
returns, and personal financial records.
CAN I REMOVE MY PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM PUBLIC
No. Public records, by law, must be available from the
official public records office to anyone who requests them. Accordingly,
because individuals cannot opt out of public records databases generally,
TroyTheLocator.com does not offer individuals the opportunity to opt out
of our public records databases. In order for any database of public
records to be useful, the databases must contain all of the information in
the public records offices.
If you have a compelling privacy or security issue, you
may wish to contact the official source of those public records that
contain sensitive information about you to determine how to remove your
information from the public record. (The process of having public records
sealed typically requires a court order.) This process will ensure that
the information is not available from the public records custodian,
TroyTheLocator.com, or any other information provider.
The information contained in any TroyTheLocator.com
report may contain inaccuracies for which TroyTheLocator.com is not
responsible. The information is provided "AS IS". Please see the terms of
the User Agreement for any applicable limitations of liability that apply.