|Productive Connection has created
this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy. The
following discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for all of the
sites at AHandyman.com
We collect and use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our
server, and to administer our Web sites.
Our site registration forms requires users to give us contact information (like their
name and email address). The visitor's contact information is used only by the
administrators of this site to contact the visitor when necessary or as requested by that
visitor. They are not shared with, or sold, to any other entity.
These policies only apply to sites with the AHandyman family. Links to external sites
may or may not have privacy policies.
While we see no know reason why any child could not participate in any of the
activities within the AHandyman sites, it is our commitment to at least ask that any child
using our services seek out parental permission.
There is nothing to prevent a child from using our forms and giving this site personal
information, but we do take great care to prevent any information shared by a child
(or adult) from being displayed and/or placed within public view without specific or
implied permission from that visitor.
User ID's are used at Ask a Handyman to store user specific preferences and visitor
information to pre-fill forms saving time for visiting resident Handy People.
The interface works equally well without completing a profile and you are not
required to provide any personal information to use this service. E-mail addresses
are required on forms that are used to respond to questions and when requesting enhanced access or digest mailings.
In all cases, when an e-mail address is required, it is never exposed to the general public or
When posting a question, your e-mail address is saved with your question so that you can be notified when there
is an answer to your question. You may omit your e-mail address on this form by checking
the box "Response notification" to "No". In that case you
will need to return to the site to check to see if any responses have been added to your
question. Even when you elect to use response notification, once your address is transmitted
to our servers, it is *NOT* exposed on the site, hidden in forms, shown in the digest mailings, released to
our resident Handy People, or exposed to robot technology.