The Merrimack Property Group, LLC (MPG) has created this security and privacy statement in order to demonstrate and communicate its commitment to the privacy of the users of MPG’s websites (merrimackpropertygroup.com and mpghousebuyers.com) and to conducting business with the highest ethical standards and appropriate internal controls. The following discloses MPG’s information gathering and dissemination policies for the MPG websites:
Collection and Dissemination of Personal Information
MPG may utilize third-party advertising networks’ electronic images known as web beacons (sometimes called single-pixel gifs, clear gifs or action tags) that allow MPG to collect certain information about users’ visits to MPG’s mpghousebuyers.com website. Web beacons collect information about site visitors for the purpose of providing you with advertising that better aligns with your interests and to enhance your experience on our sites. These third-party web beacons also allow us to evaluate how our marketing and advertising are performing. They usually work in conjunction with cookies. Web beacons are not used to access personally identifiable information. Information collected may include non-identifiable, non-personal information such as IP address, cookie ID, page views, clicks and date/time of activity. If a user does not want the web beacons on these pages to be linked with the user’s cookies, the user can either turn off cookies or change the cookie setup in the user’s browser; if a user does this, the web beacons will still note the visits to the pages on MPG sites, but they will not be linked to information that would otherwise be stored in the user’s cookies. Additionally, advertising networks we may use may be members of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI), and individuals may opt out of targeted advertising from these NAI member ad networks by visiting the Network Advertising Initiative or the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA).
MPG may receive and maintain information such as user name, email address, telephone number and other personal information only when such information is personally submitted by users through an optional request form such as the request for more information form or a Foundation survey form. These forms and the information provided within the forms allow users to make specific inquiries or requests of MPG or provide MPG with feedback on its website or services. Information gathered via this site may be shared with MPG’s affiliates, but is not otherwise shared with third parties, with the exception of the non-identifiable, non-personal information noted above (IP address, cookie ID, page views, clicks and date/time of activity), unless the involved individual requests such sharing or unless disclosure is required by law. MPG does not sell personal information to third parties for commercial purposes.
MPG reserves the right to disclose user information in special circumstances, where MPG believes that the disclosure of such information is necessary to identify or contact someone who may be interfering with or violating MPG’s rights or property or other users or to protect or enforce MPG’s rights or obligations. MPG may also disclose user information when such disclosure is required by law or regulation.
Third Party Links
MPG’s websites may contain links to other sites, some of which are not owned by MPG. MPG is not responsible for the security or privacy practices of non-MPG sites, the products or services offered by such sites, or the content appearing at such sites. Likewise, MPG does not endorse any of the products or services marketed at non-MPG sites.
MPG prohibits the framing of any materials available through MPG’s websites and unauthorized hypertext links to MPG’s websites. MPG reserves the right to disconnect or otherwise disable any unauthorized frames or hypertext links.
MPG’s websites are protected with a variety of security measures such as change control procedures, passwords, and physical access controls. MPG also employs a variety of other mechanisms to protect a user’s data from being lost, misused, or altered inappropriately. These controls include data confidentiality policies and regular database backups. Although MPG takes these measures to safeguard against unauthorized use of a user’s data, MPG cannot control Internet transmissions and cannot provide assurances that personal information transmitted to MPG will never be compromised.