We Value Your Privacy
Carr & Duff, Inc., is strongly committed to protecting the privacy of you, its customers and the users of this website. In light of this commitment, we adhere to the practices provided below. You should exercise discretion in what information you send to us by email. We cannot guarantee that email sent over the internet is secure and will not be intercepted by others before it reaches us. We are not responsible for the security of information contained in emails sent over the internet. We do not use technology that automatically collects personally identifiable information from you through this web site such as name, address, telephone number, or email address.
Collecting and Using Personal Information
When you submit personal information to us, you are agreeing to permit us and our subsidiaries and affiliates to access, store, and use the information.
Who Should Use This Web Site
Our web site is intended to provide general information about us and our services. Our web site is intended primarily for adults and not children under 18. We will not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 13 to use certain features of our website without the consent of a child's parent or guardian. We will not knowingly disclose personal information collected from children.
Disclosure to Government
We reserve the right to monitor and disclose, without your consent, any communications or personal information, whenever requested to do so by courts, government agencies or by law enforcement authorities. We will use reasonable efforts to address concerns you may have about your personal information. You may contact us by using the "Contact" area of the site.
"Cookies" are small text files that are stored on your computer's hard drive by a web site through your browser. "Cookies" enable a website such as ours to keep track of your activities on that website, and to improve your use of the site, such as by keeping track of your preferences. "Cookies" do not include any personal information. Additionally, you can change your browser settings on your personal computer so that "cookies" are not stored on your hard drive.