Privacy Policy 

I. General

FOMTIS (the Company) respects the privacy of every individual who visits this website, www.f-i-n.org. FOMTIS has prepared this statement (the “Privacy Policy”) to inform you of its privacy practices with regard to the Site and the terms and conditions under which data that we may collect from you on the Site will be used, shared and otherwise treated. This Privacy Policy will also instruct you on how you can verify the accuracy, and control certain uses, of the information you provide to us on the Site.

II. Collection and Use of Information

Personally Identifiable Information

During your visit to the Site, you may be asked occasionally to provide certain personally identifiable information about yourself (“PII”) for certain purposes, such as providing the service for which your information was requested, or enhancing your experience on the Site (for a fuller description, see “Use of Your Information” below). PII may include your name, mailing address, e-mail address, telephone number and financial information.

We do not normally require PII simply to view the Site, and your decision to provide PII to the Site in order to access certain features of the Site is strictly voluntary. If, however, you opt not to provide the Site with certain PII (see procedures in Article VI below), you may be unable to participate in certain features of the Site.

You acknowledge and agree that your provision of PII to the Site will be subject to this Privacy Policy and that the Company may use PII for the purposes stated herein, including carrying out the purposes for which such information was collected, which purposes may include any activity that the Company, directly or indirectly, engages in from time to time, whether by itself or through third parties, and the right to share your PII with third parties consistent with this Privacy Policy. If you would rather us not share your PII with the any such third party, please do not submit information to the Site or let us know by following the “Opt-Out” procedures set forth in Article VI below. Please note that if we receive your “Opt-Out” correspondence after having shared your PII with a third party or transferred or otherwise disposed of it, the Company may not have any ability to control the use of such data by such third party, so you agree that the Company will have no responsibility or liability whatsoever as a result of the use of such data by such third party or such transfer or disposition. Therefore, if you are concerned about the Company sharing your PII with third parties or otherwise transferring or disposing your PII, you should consider not providing your PII to us.

Non-Personally Identifiable Information

In some cases, you may be requested to provide the Site with certain information about you that is not personally identifiable, such as your age, zip code, preferences or other personal characteristics or traits (“NPII”, and, together with your PII, “Your Information”). We may also collect certain information about your use of the Site and other websites linked to the Site (“Linked Sites”), such as the type of Internet browser or computer operating system you are using and the domain name of the website from which you linked to the Site.

We may also use a technology known as “cookies” (or any other technology now existing or hereafter developed providing similar tracking benefits to the Company) to help you travel through the Site and Linked Sites more easily and to help us understand how you and others use the Site and Linked Sites. Specifically, we may use cookies (or such other technology) to: (i) customize your experience on the Site and Linked Sites; (ii) provide you with custom-tailored content; (iii) notify you of certain services that the Company believes may be of interest to you; and (iv) for any other purpose permitted under applicable law from time to time. Cookies are used by almost every website for these and similar purposes. Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies. You may, however, disallow reception of cookies at any time by resetting your web browser. Most Internet browsers enable you to erase cookies from your computer hard drive, block all cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is stored.

Use of Your Information

The Company may store and process Your Information in order to carry out the purpose for which such information was provided, including any lawful activity that the Company, directly or indirectly, engages in from time to time, whether by itself or through third parties. Further, you understand and agree that the Company has the unrestricted right to use such data for any and all lawful purposes consistent with this Privacy Policy. If you provide Your Information to the Site in connection with activity on another website or entity, you agree that Your Information can be used for the broad purposes set forth in this Privacy Policy, including, without limitation, the sharing of Your Information with such other website or entity.

In addition to the foregoing circumstances, we may share Your Information with our employees, agents and independent contractors and/or with other third parties with whom we do business from time to time in connection with services that these individuals or entities perform for us, for themselves or for any other lawful purpose consistent with this Privacy Policy. PII that you submit to the Site in connection with employment inquiries will be used only by us and our employees, agents, independent contractors and/or other third parties in your application process and as may be required under applicable law.

You also agree that we may transfer, sell, assign or otherwise dispose of or encumber Your Information, including without limitation, PII that you provide to the Site, and other information concerning your use of the Site, to third parties, at any time in our sole discretion, including, without limitation, as a result of the sale, merger, consolidation, change in control, transfer of all or substantially of the assets, bankruptcy, reorganization or liquidation of the Company or for any other reason whatsoever. You would not be entitled to any compensation arising from any such transfer, sale, assignment, disposition or encumbrance of Your Information.

You may at any time tell us that you no longer want us to share Your Information with third parties or that you no longer want to receive information by following the directions in the “Opt-Out” Section below.

Public Forums

From time to time you may be able to participate in certain activities on the Site, such as chat rooms or bulletin boards, which will allow you the opportunity to communicate with us or other users of the Site. Unless otherwise noted, these activities are generally accessible to all users of the Site and any information that you post or otherwise make available through these forums will be non-confidential and known to all other users. Accordingly, please exercise discretion when using these forums. You acknowledge and agree that (i) we do not review, censor or in any manner control the content of these forums, (ii) consequently, we have no liability or responsibility whatsoever for information made available through these forums and (iii) you will be liable to the Company for any liability that we incur as a result of any statement made by you in these forums. Your use of these forums is also subject to the Company’s Terms and Conditions of Use.

III. Security

The Company makes no commitment to you that would require us to implement safeguards to protect Your Information from loss, misuse or alteration, and we make no representation or warranty that Your Information will not be lost, misused or altered. In addition, due to the open communication nature of the Internet, we cannot guarantee that communications between you and the Site will be free from unauthorized access by third parties. Users of the Site use it at their own risk.

In an attempt to enhance the experience and functionality of visiting the Site, we may choose to link the Site to various Linked Sites. We may have no control over the acts or omissions of these Linked Sites, and each will have its own privacy policy and data collection practices, independent of us and the Site. We have no liability or responsibility whatsoever for these Linked Sites or for their policies, practices and content. We provide these links for your convenience, and you link to these sites at your own risk.

IV. Children

We are concerned about the safety of children when they use the Internet. The Site is neither directed nor targeted to children under 13 years old. Consistent with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, we have no intention knowingly to collect any PII from individuals under the age of thirteen (13) years. If we learn that a child under the age of 13 years has provided PII to the Site without verifiable parental consent, we will use commercially reasonable efforts to delete such information from our records. We strongly encourage parents to monitor their children’s use of the internet, and we will use our reasonable efforts to delete PII that we have inadvertently received from any under age 13 child as set forth above if a parent sends us a request as provided under Article VI below.

V. Contacting Us Regarding Your Personally Identifiable Information

If you have previously submitted PII to us through the Site, and you would like to review or update your PII, or have your PII deleted from our records, please contact us. Please note that we may share your PII with third parties, or otherwise transfer, sell, assign, dispose of or encumber your PII, prior to receiving your correspondence, and we will not undertake any effort to cause such third parties with whom we have shared your PII or to whom we have transferred, sold, assigned, disposed of or encumbered your PII, to delete or update your PII, so, if this concerns you, you should not share your PII with the Site.

VI. Opt-Out

If you (i) do not want to receive information as a result of your activity at the Site, (ii) do not want us to provide your PII to others or (iii) want us to delete any of your PII that you have submitted to the Site, please contact us. Because information submitted in connection with employment inquiries is used only in the application process and not for marketing purposes, the procedures outlined in this section are not available with respect to such information.

Please note that once we receive your request, it may take some time to become effective (during which time we may continue to use your PII as outlined in this Privacy Policy). In addition, if you ask us to remove your PII from our records, we may still maintain your name of other PII in a “do not mail” file to help us ensure that we can honor your request. Also, if you do not want us to share your PII with third parties, or transfer, assign, sell, dispose of or encumber your PII, you must inform us separately if you want your PII deleted from our records. Otherwise, we will continue to have the right to use your PII as outlined in this Privacy Policy.

Additionally, please note that if we receive your email or other correspondence after having shared your PII with a third party, or after having transferred, sold, assigned, disposed of or encumbered your PII, we may not have any ability to control the use of such data by such third party (and we undertake no obligation to do so), so you agree that we will have no responsibility or liability whatsoever as a result of the use of such data by such third party. You also agree that we shall have no responsibility, obligation or liability to you for sharing your PII with third parties or from transferring, selling, assigning, disposing of or encumbering your PII prior to implementing your “Opt-Out” notification. Therefore, if you are concerned about having us share your PII with third parties, or transferring, selling, assigning, disposing of or encumbering your PII, you should not provide to us such information.

VII. Acceptance Of These Terms; Consent to Processing

By using the Site, you agree to this Privacy Policy and the Terms and Conditions of Use. If you do not so agree, please do not use the Site. If we change this Privacy Policy or the Terms and Conditions of Use, your continued use of the Site following the posting of such changes will signify your acceptance of those changes. By providing PII to us, you consent to the collection and processing of Your Information throughout the world, including, without limitation, in the United States and in other countries, including countries that you may consider as having less than adequate protection for your PII.

VIII. Disclosure Pursuant to Law

We may disclose Your Information when required to do so under applicable law.

IX. Inquiries

We welcome your feedback, questions, comments and concerns regarding your use of the Site. Inquiries regarding the Site may be made by contacting.

X. Amendments To This Privacy Policy


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