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We at Money and Markets take your privacy very seriously.
When you subscribe to one of our free newsletters, your email address is placed in a database and used to send your issues. We will not sell, rent, or otherwise share your email address with anyone. You can remove your address from our free email lists by following the instructions at the end of every email we send.
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Money and Markets
Attn: Customer Service
P.O. Box 8378
Delray Beach, FL 33482
Or email our customer service team: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Policy against advertising our website using unsolicited email messages
We require that all e-mails promoting Money and Markets or its products are sent only to those who have agreed to receive such messages. We prohibit any advertising of our brand and website using unsolicited email messages. Not complying with this policy will cause partnership termination and/or affiliate account termination.
If you feel you’ve been sent unsolicited emails promoting our brand or website and would like to register a complaint, please contact our customer care department at https://moneyandmarkets.com/contact-us. We will immediately investigate all allegations made related to unsolicited messages.
Information Collected by Third Parties
We may allow third-parties, including our authorized service providers, advertising companies, and ad networks, to display advertisements on our site. These companies may use tracking technologies, such as cookies, to collect information about users who view or interact with their advertisements. Unless expressly stated otherwise, our website does not provide any personal information to these third parties. This information allows them to deliver targeted advertisements and gauge their effectiveness. Some of these third-party advertising companies may be advertising networks that are members of the Network Advertising Initiative, which offers a single location to opt out of ad targeting from member companies (www.networkadvertising.org).