Effective: September 2016
Corporate Resolutions Inc. (CRI) is a specialized firm that offers a variety of investigative services to help clients make informed decisions. While best known for serving the alternative investment community, CRI has been gathering intelligence for over 25 years for attorneys, banks, corporations, and family offices.
The Policy or its scope may change as we update or change our services. We invite you to check the Policy from time to time.
Information that Identifies You
We collect information that you provide to us on any form available on the site. This information must include your email address but may include any additional information you choose to provide. We may use available business information to find out more about you, for example, the name of the company you work for, so that we can respond with information tailored to your professional interests.
Automatic Data Collection Technologies
Our servers also gather date, time, navigation history and IP addresses for all visitors to our site. We use this information for routine system administration and to understand our audiences in aggregate.
How We Use Information That Identifies You
We use the information you have provided to us to answer your request or inquiry and to contact you further, by email or by postal service about services, events and topics we think may interest you.
You may chose not to receive marketing emails from us at any time by using opt out links provided at the bottom of each one. If you should no longer wish to receive marketing information from us in any form, or if you wish to update the information we have about you, you can contact us here email@example.com. Please remember though, that we may continue to contact you for purposes other than marketing, for example, in connection with an account or an investigation.
Most web browsers include settings to notify you if a cookie has been sent to your machine or device and to block cookies. You can use your browser settings to withdraw your consent at any time and to delete any cookies that have already been sent.
Transfer to Third Parties
We reserve the right to disclose information about you in certain circumstances: to vendors that work on our behalf, to law enforcement or other entities that present valid legal process, as necessary and not prohibited by law to protect human safety or our networks or property, or as a part of a sale or merger of our business assets.
Other Important Information
This web site is hosted on servers in the United States but we or our service providers may process data on servers around the world.
We use reasonable administrative, technical and physical safeguards to protect the information you provide through this site. Unfortunately, no transmission over the Internet or digital storage can be guaranteed to be one hundred per cent secure. As a result, while we strive to protect information about you and your business interests, we cannot ensure or warrant the security information you submit to us.
This web site and indeed our services are directed to professionals and not intended for children under the age of thirteen.
Although CRI is firmly committed to protecting the privacy and security of personal data about our clients and the people we investigate on their behalf, the protections we put in place in those circumstances are not currently covered by this Policy.
Changes To This Policy
We will post and date any changes to this Policy. Please check here periodically. Your continued use of the site or any data collection and use covered in its Scope constitutes your consent to the practices described in it.
For questions about this Policy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Corporate Resolutions Inc., Attn: Kenneth H. Springer, 345 7th Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10001
Statement About Data Gathered for Investigative Reports
Corporate Resolutions Inc. (CRI) conducts investigations about people to help its clients make informed business decisions and to protect their assets from fraud, scams or unlawful compromise. The data it collects must be as reliable as possible. Investigations include data about individuals in a business or professional capacity but may also include information about personal attributes and assessments of character. CRI compiles the resulting information into reports for the client that commissioned the research.
CRI takes reasonable measures to protect the privacy and security of personal information and of the reports it prepares. The resulting report is given only to the client and as authorized.
CRI may receive personal data from sources outside the US. It may also process the resulting data in the US or globally or allow vendors to do so on its behalf.