Our Privacy Pledge to You
Protecting your privacy is important to the Foundation for Educational Services (FES). We value the trust you have placed in us, and your continued confidence is important to us. As you review our pledge, please remember that:
- We make safeguarding the information we gather about you a priority.
- We maintain security practices to keep personal information about you safe.
- We do not sell or share customer information. We do not market our products or services directly to you, nor do we market the products or services of other companies.
- Personal information captured on the system is used by the schools for which we provide services. FES will not use the information to contact you directly and will not share the information with other entities.
- We will provide you with helpful information about privacy and information security. For example, on our web site, you will find tips to help you protect yourself from identity theft, and limit direct marketing from others.
- The policies and practices described in this privacy pledge may change, but it is our pledge to you never to allow the information on our systems to be used for direct marketing of products.
Preventing Identity Theft
FES is dedicated to protecting your personal information. Strict policies and procedures have been implemented to ensure that your personal information is kept confidential. Every effort is made to protect our customers from fraud. We will never initiate a request for sensitive information from (i.e., Social Security Number, Personal ID, Password, PIN or account number, credit card information, etc.). If you receive an email that requests this type of sensitive information, you should be suspicious of it. We strongly suggest that you do not share your personal ID, password, PIN or account number with anyone, under any circumstances. If you receive a suspicious-looking email, please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Protecting Children Online
FES feels that it is extremely important to guard the identity and privacy of children, and we encourage parents to supervise their children's interactions online. We do not intentionally market to or solicit personal information from children under the age of 13. For more information on the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), you can visit the Federal Trade Commission site at www.ftc.gov.