Privacy Policy

ConsumerRemarks.com is wholly owned and operated by ConsumerRemarks.

In order to use ConsumerRemarks’ you must accept our Terms and Conditions which includes the Privacy Policy. If you find yourself in disagreement with the Terms and Conditions laid down by ConsumerRemarks then you have no other option but to refrain from using ConsumerRemarks’ website and content.

Information Sharing

ConsumerRemarks places a high priority on maintaining the privacy of all its users and visitors. The information collected by ConsumerRemarks, regardless of being general or personal in nature, is not shared in any way with any third parties unless consent is given by the user or required by law.

ConsumerRemarks may collect (1) general or (2) personal user-related information:

(1) General Information

As is the case with many other websites, ConsumerRemarks tracks general information related to our visitors so that we can improve our visitors’ experiences and administering of the site. This information includes analyzing trends, tracking user’s movement around the site, and gathering demographic information.

The tracked information is also known as log files and it includes but is not limited to, internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser types, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), access times, referring web sites, exit pages, and click activity. The tracked information is not used to identify a visitor personally (e.g., by name).

(2) Personal Information Such as Email Addresses

ConsumerRemarks does not and will not engage in the selling, leasing or sharing of personal information, including names and email addresses, with a third party of any kind.

There is no requirement for users to provide personal information of any kind to engage in ordinary use of the site. Users may be prompted to provide ConsumerRemarks with their personal information as a requirement for specific services or tasks (e.g., subscribing to the ConsumerRemarks newsletter). Additional services such as the mentioned newsletter may require that users provide personal information in the form of their name and e-mail address.

ConsumerRemarks collects some of its information through the use of cookies, a small text file with a unique identifying string of characters. Cookies allow ConsumerRemarks to store information about user preferences, record user-specific information about the pages that users access, and customize website layout and content based on a visitor’s browser type or other pertinent information that user makes available through their browser.

Cookies can be disabled within your web browser in a manner that prevents cookies from being set without your express permission. Understand that disabling cookies may limit the features and services available to you. The cookies used by ConsumerRemarks are not tied to any kind of personal information. If you wish to find more detailed information regarding cookies and your browser, then it is recommended to visit the website of your current browser.

Other Sites

The ConsumerRemarks Privacy Policy is only applicable to the content of ConsumerRemarks.

Any other websites, including those affiliated with ConsumerRemarks through advertisements on ConsumerRemarks, links to ConsumerRemarks, or links from ConsumerRemarks, may have their own policies.

Clicking on these ads or links allows these third party advertisers or sites to automatically receive your IP address.

These third party advertisers may also use cookies, JavaScript, or web beacons, to study the effectiveness of their advertisements and/or to personalize their advertising content to your tastes.

ConsumerRemarks Privacy Policy does not apply to these sites and thus we have no control over, and thus no responsibility for, the manner in which these other websites collect and use your data. You will have to inspect the respective privacy policies of these third-party ad servers for precise information on their practices and how to opt-out of them, if possible.

Google's DoubleClick DART Cookies

Google is a third party advertising vendor, and as such, Google will place a DART cookie on your computer when you visit a site using DoubleClick or Google AdSense advertising. The purpose of this cookie is to provide ads tailored to you and your interests. The ads shown may be targeted based on your previous browsing history which is obtained through DART cookies, which use non-personally identifiable information. Information including your name, e-mail address, street address, phone number, SSN, bank account or credit card numbers are not tracked by these cookies. Opting-out of Google’s DART cookies is possible and can be done by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

Google AdWords Conversion Tracking

ConsumerRemarks uses the ‘Google AdWords’ online advertising program, specifically its conversion tracking function. The conversion tracking cookie is set when a user clicks on any ad provided by Google. These cookies remain active for 30 days and do not track or contain information regarding personal identification. If a user visits certain pages of this website while the cookie is still active, ConsumerRemarks and Google will detect that the user has clicked on the ad and been redirected to this page.

Policy Changes

Please be aware that we can and will change our Privacy Policy from time to time. Users can always find the latest version of the Privacy Policy on this page.