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Use, Collection and Retention of Customer Information

At Facility Management Planners, Inc., we collect, retain and use information about customers only when it is believed to be allowed by law, reasonably useful in administering business, and providing products, services and other opportunities to our clients. We use the information to comply with certain laws and regulations; to help us design or improve our products and services; and to understand your business needs so we can provide you with quality products and superior services.

Internet Privacy

We are committed to providing privacy to our Internet visitors.

If you visit our Web Site only to view information, we will not obtain any of your personal information. We will only collect and store the following about you: the name of the domain from which you accessed the Internet and the date and time you access our site. This information is used to measure the number of visitors to the various sections of our site, which helps us determine such things as marketing approaches.

If you fill our one of our contact forms or send us an inquiry through an electronic message (e-mail) we will use your identifying information to respond to your inquiry.

Use of Cookies
To provide better service and a more effective Web site, we use “cookies” as part of our interaction with your browsers. A “cookie” is a small text file placed on your hard drive by our Web Page Server. A cookie cannot retrieve any other data from your hard drive, pass on computer viruses, or capture your e-mail address. Cookies are commonly used on Web sites and do not harm your system. We use cookies to identify what sections of our site are visited most so we can continue to provide more information on the topics and subjects where visitors have demonstrated interest. These cookies do not collect personally identifiable information and we do not combine information collected through cookies with other personal information to determine who you are or your e-mail address. By configuring your preferences or options in your browser, you determine if and how a cookie will be accepted.

Cookies, Browser Information and Related Issues
When you visit the Site, the Service Provider may receive certain standard information that your browser sends to every website you visit, such as the originating IP address, browser type and language, access times and referring website addresses, and other information. This data may be used, among other uses, to improve the operation of the Site and to improve the security of the Site and Service by assisting in “authenticating” who you are when you access the Site or Service, particularly if you register for the Service and are issued or create a username and password. The Service Provider may also receive additional information about your visit to the Site, including the pages you view, the links you click and other actions you take in connection with the Site and the Service. This data may be used, among other uses, to improve the operation of the Site and the Service. Like most websites, the Site also uses “cookies,” which are small data files placed on your computer or other device by the web server when you visit the Site. Most such cookies are “session” cookies that are only used for a specific period during which you are on the Site, but a few are “persistent” cookies that stay on Your hard drive and are read by the web server when you return to the Site (unless you erase them). The Site uses cookies to store your preferences and other information on your computer in order to save you time by eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information and to display your personalized content on your later visits to the Site. These cookies are linked to personal information about you, such as your email address. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. However, if you choose to decline cookies, you may not be able to sign in or use other interactive features of the Site that depend on cookies. You may encounter the Service Provider’s cookies or pixel tags on websites that we do not control. For example, if you view a web page created by a third party or use an application developed by a third party, there may be a cookie or pixel tag placed by the web page or application.