The type of Information that we manage
We collect personal data (such as names and email addresses) from our visitors when, for example, they register to participate in membership or opt to receive information from us. We also collect personal data from users who purchase our products. Email click-through tracking enables F-Word Diet to adjust the response to our customers. These are anonymous and not linked to personal details provided. Cookies
We aim to continually improve our visitor's experience, by for example, identifying what aspects of the site users prefer. In doing so we are able to refine content to improve your experience here. We may make use of 'cookies' to do this and these small files are stored on your hard drive. For instance, by setting a cookie on our site, the user might not have to log in a password more than once, thereby saving time while on our site. We only gather information from you that assists in this process, together with other information that you may voluntarily provide us with. Usage of a cookie is in no way linked to any personally identifiable information while on our site. If a user rejects the cookie, they may still use our site. Orders
Sites such as Pay Pal are managed by organizations other than F-Word Diet. This information provided for e-books and membership is used only to complete orders. Most importantly, we will never sell, share or provide your email address or other information to a third party. Other emails
Customers who have requested items from the website will occasionally receive information directly related to F-Word Diet. Out of respect for the privacy of our users we present the option to not receive these types of communications. Those who no longer wish to receive our newsletter may opt-out by using the "unsubscribe" link. Security
This website takes every precaution to protect our users' information. When users submit sensitive information via the website, that information is encrypted and is protected with the best encryption software in the industry: SSL. While on a secure page, the lock icon on the Web browser such as Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer becomes locked, as opposed to un-locked, or open, when you are just 'surfing'.