Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy  

We at respect your right to privacy.
We do not collect and sell your personal information 
to marketers, or anyone else.

The only data we collect are common web access logs, 
to help us analyze which areas of our site are visited the 
most, which time of the day is busiest, and other broad information.
This helps us create useful content for you, our visitors. 

Since we require no memberships, and conduct no monetary 
transactions on this site, we do not offer secure encrypted pages. 

Please remember this when you create one of our user interactive 
customizable items, i.e. customizable calendars, and don't enter 
any personal information that you would not want viewed by anyone.
The first field is saved by default to our results for evaluation purposes.

When visiting one of our affiliate merchants to make a purchase, they 
will handle the transaction on their site, and provide the security they 
deem necessary. Many of our merchants are highly respected in their 
industry and have been handling transactions for many years.

What about cookies? 
We don't have any of our own cookies, but some of our affiliate partners 
do use cookies for the simple purpose of identifying that you did in fact 
click through on an ad from our site, so that we will receive credit for the 
click through or sale. These aren't the bad privacy invading cookies you 
read about in the newspaper, and generally automatically expire, and take 
very little space on your hard drive. 
To delete cookies, open the Internet Options dialogue under the tools menu. 
Under browsing history click delete. This will open a dialogue that will enable 
you to delete Temporary Internet files, cookies, history, form data and more. 
For more detailed instructions, use the help section for your web browser. 

 Addition 03-20-2009 as per Google Adsense program. 
 Your posted privacy policy should include the following information about Google and the DoubleClick DART cookie:

  • Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on your site.
  • Google's use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and other sites on the Internet.
  • Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

Thank you for visiting, now you can relax and enjoy this site as it was intended!