Personally-identifiable information (such as your name, address, e-mail address, or phone number) will not be collected unless given by you voluntarily and knowingly. In the case that you do submit personally-identifiable information to us, it may be stored by Mint and may be used by Mint to contact you. Your personally-identifiable information WILL NOT be sold or given to a third party for use in marketing or solicitation. Mint will confidentially maintain your personal information and will use it only to enhance or support your relationship with Mint. It is possible however, that Mint may be forced to disclose your information to the government or another third party in certain circumstances. While we will work hard to keep your personal information private, it is possible that a third party could intercept your information illegally. If, to our knowledge, this occurs, Mint will contact you to resolve this.
OTHER INFORMATION AND “COOKIES”
Certain information that is not personally-identifiable (such as your internet browser, operating system, and IP address) may be collected automatically. When you visit our site, your computer may receive a “cookie” from Mint. This “cookie” will be stored on your computer and used to collect information. Most internet browsers will allow you to block or erase “cookies” from your hard drive. Please refer to your browser’s help section to learn more about this.
While Mint will work to maintain your security, no internet data transmission is 100% secure. Therefore, we cannot guarantee or warrant the security of your information.
If you would like to remove your information from our database, change your information, or opt out of receiving communication from Mint, you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org