In addition, WholeLeaf.net will not send you e-mail that you have not agreed to receive. We may periodically send you e-mail announcing news and event information. If you choose to supply your postal address in an online form, you may receive mailings from us as well.
No Sharing of Personal Information
WholeLeaf.net never sells, rents, leases or exchanges your personal information with other organizations. WholeLeaf.net assures you that the identity of all who contact us through this Web site will be kept confidential.
WholeLeaf.net is committed to ensuring the security of your personal information. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the proper use of information, we have established and implemented appropriate physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. WholeLeaf.net uses Internet Encryption Software, Secure Socket Layer (SSL/TLS) Protocol when collecting or transferring sensitive data such as credit card information. Any information you enter is encrypted at your browser, sent over the public Internet in encrypted form, and then de-encrypted at our server. Once we receive your credit card information, it is accessible only to a small number of trusted WholeLeaf.net employees who have been specially trained in processing this information.
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Children’s Online Privacy
We are concerned about the privacy of young children and do not knowingly collect any personal information from a minor or child. We encourage you to become involved with your minor or child’s access to the Internet, and to our site in order to ensure that his or her privacy is well protected.
To read more about online safety and how to become more involved with your child’s online experience, visit the Federal Trade Commission Web site. You may also benefit from the information and resources available on ProtectKids.com.