Your privacy is critically important to NetGram Incorporated. NetGram's business is to provide simultaneous e-mail and printed mail communications. Accordingly, our policy was designed to provide the same maximum privacy and confidentiality that underlies the rationale that makes tampering with United States postal mail a felony. We are strongly committed to providing a secure arrangement to all subscribers of NetGram.
Information About You
When a business or individual becomes a subscriber to the E-Mail Bridge, they are asked to provide a User Name, Password, and E-Mail Address so we may provide our service to you. At no time will NetGram release or sell this information to any third parties. The subscriber, by choosing a User Name and Password, gains access to NetGram's private Address Book and other account information.
Information About Your NetGram Contacts
NetGram maintains a private Address Book that lists your recipient contact information. You access this Address Book by using your UserName and Password. If someone else knows your UserName and Password, they can access, modify, or delete the information in this Address Book.
NetGram will never use your Address Book to contact your recipients. If NetGram does contact one of your recipients, the contact information for that recipient will have been obtained from some other means, like a direct mail list, or other input.
Credit Card Transactions
At NetGram, we send your documents to postal mail contacts from your initial e-mail message. As a result, we will require that either at the time of subscribing or upon e-mail notice to you shortly after your usage has been initiated, that you establish a postage balance at NetGram for current and future charges. These amounts are inclusive of postage charges we incur from the United States Postal Service, or other postal agencies.
NetGram collects a minimum $2.00 (US) deposit for postage. You may select any amount greater than $2.00. We collect this deposit amount, and record it in your account so that we may economically fulfill printing and delivery costs, without excessive credit card transaction costs, and reduce the inconvenience to you of having to provide payment information for every message.
At time of payment, you may optionally choose to allow NetGram to keep your credit card on file, and let us charge your account when your balance falls below 0. If this is the case, your card number is encrypted, and only appears decrypted in computer memory when it is time to make additional charges.
NetGram uses "temporary cookies" to track your place in the NetGram web site. When your session is completed at NetGram, the cookie is deleted. For purposes of improving the usability of our site, we may analyze page views from your visits.
Cookies are not currently used to track your usage of any other sites, and your page view information is not released to any third parties.
NetGram Incorporated Private Policy Changes
NetGram Incorporated is a member of the TRUSTe program. This above statement discloses the privacy practices for NetGram. You can review more about their program here.
TRUSTe is an independent, non-profit initiative whose mission is to build users' trust and confidence in the Internet by promoting the principles of disclosure and informed consent. Because NetGram wants to demonstrate its commitment to your privacy, it has agreed to disclose its information policies and have its privacy practices reviewed and audited for compliance by TRUSTe. When you visit a Web site displaying the TRUSTe mark, you can expect to be notified of:
Questions regarding the above policy should be directed to NetGram Incorporated, or TRUSTe for clarification.