June 8th, 2018

What Data Does The PFRE Blog Collect?

We collect E-book And Video Series Purchaser Data
We collect the names and e-mail addresses of everyone that purchase an e-book or video series on the PFRE blog in order to support those products. This allows us to provide replacement and update copies of e-books. I also allows us to verify who has purchased which product. We only send replacement and updates to the email address that was originally used to purchase a product.

We collect e-mails of newsletter subscribers
If you use the subscription form on the upper right side of the PFRE blog front page we will collect your e-mail address and use it to send you a notification every time we publish a new post. If you wish to unsubscribe from this list you click the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email newsletter you get. We do not add or delete anyone from this list. You must do it yourself.

The PFRE blog uses WordPress
By default, WordPress uses cookies to verify who the user is, i.e. if the user is logged-in (registered user – only and use registered users) or is a commenter on the site. Also, WordPress uses Cookies to prevent comment spam.

We do not track clicks on ads
We do not use advertising systems that track who clicks on ads.

All commenters on PFRE must provide a valid  URL
We require all commenters on PFRE to provide the URL of your website so that commenters are not anonymous. Since we instituted this policy the trolling by anonymous commenters has reduced significantly.

We do not sell any of the above e-mail lists to anyone
We do not sell either the e-mail list of product purchasers or the PFRE post newsletter list.

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