DMA Web Privacy Statement
Welcome to davidmason.com, the website of Personal Assistance Services (DMA). The DMA website is designed to help you learn more about improving the quality of your personal and work life. We have taken extensive precautions to protect the confidentiality of your visit to our site. DMA respects your personal privacy and is providing this informational statement to describe DMA’ privacy and security practices for this website.
Independent, Educational Website
DMA does not accept any advertising on our website. We do not collect any information from you for that purpose. Our site is an independent website for informational and educational purposes only. We do not receive income from any sponsors, advertisers or users. We do not receive income from any websites to which we offer links or from any resource we list on our site.
You do not have to provide any personal information to visit this website. When you navigate through this or any website, certain personal information about you can be collected. Our web server software automatically collects and temporarily stores the following information about each visit for statistical purposes: the domain name you use to access the internet, the time and date of your visit, the name of the organization that sponsors your EAP benefit (if you choose to provide this information), and the pages visited.
We use this information to create aggregate reports about site activity. This aggregate information contains no personal identifiers. By aggregate reports we mean that we take the information about all of our visitors and add it together to create a report about how our site is visited. We use this information to track use of our site and to improve our site. We do share this aggregate usage report with our client organizations.
No other personal information about you is collected unless you voluntarily choose to provide us with additional personal information through an e-mail message. By personal information, we mean your name, address, e-mail address or telephone number and any information you place in a message that you send to us. We do not share e-mail addresses with anyone and we protect the confidential information in your message once it is received by us.
How We Protect Your Information
We do not share your personal information with your employer or any other third party. We share this information only with DMA staff and DMA affiliated service providers, when necessary in order to provide services that you request. For example, if you send us a message requesting services from us, we may share personal information such as your name, contact information and benefit coverage information with a DMA service provider so that they are able to serve you. DMA complies with all state and federal laws regarding the protection of your personal information.
We handle all information and correspondence you share with us in the strictest confidence. When you send comments, questions or requests for service to us using this website, we will share your message only with those DMA employees who are responsible to answer your questions or arrange services for you. We will retain your communication until we have completed a good faith effort to provide a complete and satisfactory response. We do not keep your communication for any other purpose.
When you send an e-mail message to us, while it is in transit to us, it may be possible for other Internet users to access and view it without your knowledge and permission. This is true of most, if not all, non-encrypted internet e-mail communications. To protect your privacy, please do not send e-mail to us with information that you consider personal and confidential even if the channel is secured. To communicate with us about personal and confidential information, please contact us by telephone at (800)-356-0845.
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