Credit Card Credit Privacy Policy And Anti-Spam

Credit Card Credit Privacy Policy and Anti-Spam Protection is appreciative of the fact that on line privacy and anti-spam is of paramount importance to visitors.

Information Collected On Visitors?

You will only ever be requested to provide your name, email address and your country or residence. These three basic pieces of information are required in order to respond to your requests and to enable Credit Card Credit to assess the demographic make-up of visitor interest.

How Information Is Gathered

Your information is only collected once you have submitted a contact form or any other subscription request form such as a newsletter, signing up for a mini course or by making a direct inquiry via email to Credit Card Credit website. You will therefore only ever be contacted in response to your request for information.

How Your Information Is used

Any personal information provided by you will only ever be used internally by Credit Card Credit. You have our complete assurances that we will never rent, sell, exchange or otherwise release your personal information to any third parties at any time. We personally guarantee this to you.

Your information will only every be used to contact you in relation to your query, or for the purpose of bringing appropriate offers to your attention, prior to updating the site.

External Links

Please note that Credit Card Credit have a number links to external websites. Whenever you click on any of these links, they will take you away from the Credit Card Credit website. Do pay particular attention to the Privacy/Anti-Spam policies of those sites, as they may well not approach your privacy to the same high standard.

How Your Personal Information Is Stored?

Your information is securely stored at the server and is also 'password protected'. No other record, in relation to your information, written or otherwise, is kept. Your information is not accessible to any third parties.

How to unsubscribe from Newsletters, Emails and Mini Courses?

If you have or intend to subscribe to any of the above, you are always asked to confirm your subscription in a follow-up email. If you do not confirm your subscription, you will receive no further emails from Credit Card Credit. This is just one of the Anti-Spam measures in place.

Any newsletters, mini courses or emails that are sent to you will always include an 'unsubscribe' link, enabling you to do so with ease at any time. You can opt to remove yourself from any of Credit Card Credit's mailings by clicking on the Unsubscribe link. Once you have unsubscribed, you may of course subscribe again at any time.

You may additionally opt out of being contacted or receiving information from Credit Card Credit, by using the Contact Form on the website.

Future changes to Credit Card Credit Privacy Policy And Anti-Spam Protection

You will be kept informed as to any future change to this Privacy/ Anti-Spam Policy. Changes will be posted on the website, or, in the event of this being of an urgent nature, all subscribers will additionally be contacted via email.

How to Ensure you get your Newsletters and other requested information

Increasingly, ISPs (ex.,, and mail services (ex., Hotmail) are using filtering systems to try and keep spam out of customers' inboxes. Sometimes, though, they accidentally filter the e-mail that you do want to receive.

Please do not blame your ISP or mail service. The volume of spam is enormous and the algorithms to figure out what is spam (and what is not) are complicated. So mistakes do happen

We all have to deal, unfortunately, with the fallout of what spammers do to the Internet.

Naturally, you want to keep spam out. And you want to receive important Credit Card Credit communications, e-mail, Newsletters and any other e-mail that you request (and we only EVER send e-mail that you request).

Bypass Email and Never Miss A Newsletter!

To make sure that Credit Card Credit's' mail is not deleted or filtered into a "junk" or "bulk" folder, please add the following Credit Card Credit' domains to your list of trusted senders/your address book/contact list (in your e-mail software) and to your ISP/mail service's whitelist...

It's a shame to bother you like this, but blame it on the spammers. Your ISP or mail service is only trying to protect you.

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