Your Personal Information:

When you come to the Channel Parity web site, we log no information about you and therefore you are anonymous, unless you chose to identify yourself to us. If you do choose to provide us with personal information, you can be assured that such information is kept in secured databases. Channel Parity treats this information as confidential. However, we may disclose this information to third parties when we believe it is necessary in order for us to conduct our business, or where such disclosure is required by law. For example, we may disclose information to others to enable them to perform business services for us relating to the products and services we offer, or who help us to evaluate requests for insurance or benefits. We may also disclose this information to others: (i) to our affiliates so that they may offer you their respective products or services; (ii) to others outside of the Channel Parity, such as marketing companies, to assist us in offering our products and services to companies who apply for or obtain products and services from us; and (iii) to unaffiliated services companies with which we have a joint marketing agreement. For example, we may disclose information to another services company so that the company may offer its products or services to you. We do not make any other disclosures of personal information to other companies who intend to sell their products or services to you. For example, we will not sell your name or E-mail address to a catalog company.


A cookie is a small piece of information that a web site sends to your computer, which is stored in a file on your hard drive. The Channel Parity web site does not create or leave a cookie on your computer system. In addition, you can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie so that you can decide whether to accept or reject it.

Privacy and E-Mail:

Channel Parity uses no encryption (data scrambling) on our web site. When you are on any web site that asks you for confidential information (your social security number or a bank or credit card account number, for example), you should check to see if the information being transmitted is encrypted in order to increase the security of your information. If you need to send confidential information and are concerned about the security of a web site, then you should consider sending it by phone or by regular mail instead.

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