Last updated: January 2010
CONDITIONAL USE OF THIS SITE.
VOIT presents the materials on this Website exclusively for viewing by clients, prospects and other visitors to get a better sense of our capabilities and services.
What information do we collect from you and how do we use it?
Do I have the ability not to be identified by VOIT?
Do we transfer or release any PII collected from you?
If you provide PII to us, we will use such PII FOR INTERNAL USES ONLY, in our sole discretion, VOIT WILL NOT PROVIDE YOUR PII TO ANY THIRD PARTIES WITHOUT YOUR PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT. Thus, you have the right to prevent disclosure of PII, simply by declining to provide such consent. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the event that you do provide us with PII, we may release such PII if (i) we believe that such a release is necessary to comply with the law (e.g., a legal process or a statutory authorization), (ii) to protect our rights or property, (iii) in the event of any reorganization, merger or consolidation involving VOIT, or (iv) the release is not considered a disclosure under applicable law. In addition, if we provide services to you, such as assisting you in purchasing a property, certain information regarding the transaction may be used for promotional, statistical or other purposes, but we will not identify you by name in such materials without your prior written consent, except to the extent the information is already public, or as otherwise stated above.
Do we provide links to other websites?
How do we store information?
VOIT takes steps consistent with commercially reasonable industry standards to secure any PII collected from you from loss, misuse, unauthorized access and destruction while under our control. Please note that despite our efforts to protect information provided to us, we cannot guarantee that such information will not be lost, disclosed or accessed by accidental circumstances or by the unauthorized acts of others.
What are our policies regarding children?
VOIT does not knowingly collect PII from anyone under thirteen (13) years of age, but does not request age information from persons contacting us.
Do we have a mechanism to address complaints about the handling of information that we collect?