PRIVACY NOTICE FOR USE OF THIS WEBSITE: READ CAREFULLY
Our Basic Policy
Your privacy is important to us. Worthy and James Publishing does not acquire or store personal information from shopping carts or payment processors, and it is our basic policy to never disclose any personal information unless required by law to do so.
Links to Other Sites
If you use a link on this site to move from this site to other Internet sites not part of our (Worthy and James) website or not controlled by us, we are not responsible for the terms and conditions of use and privacy policies of those other sites, or the way they use your personal information. In all cases, you should carefully read the terms and conditions of use and the privacy policies of any Internet site that you use.
Purchases of Books and Special Reports
When you click on a link to purchase a book or special report displayed on this website, in order to complete the transaction, you will automatically be transferred to other (third-party) sites that Worthy and James does not operate or control. There have been cases in which personal information, such as credit card numbers, has been lost by or stolen from companies that process Internet transactions, even though these companies maintain security features. If you do not feel comfortable disclosing personal information for Internet transactions, you should not complete a purchase.
Your Internet Address
An IP (Internet Protocol) is a unique identifier on your computer when you log on to the Internet. At times, it may be necessary for us to use your IP address for technical adjustments to our site servers or for administrative purposes within the website.
Whenever you place orders for products that involve giving credit cards or other personal information, you should always check to make sure that secure server software (SSL) is being used to encrypt the information. To check for SSL encryption, look for an Internet address that begins with "https" (rather than "http"). Also, look for an icon (usually on the lower margin of the computer screen) that is a picture of a closed lock. Click on the icon to view the security certificate.