ACMA’s Privacy Policy

ACMA is committed to protecting your privacy online. The information collected through our website will be used as outlined below.

This Privacy Policy does not cover websites or web pages that may be linked to or accessed through this site.

ACMA reserves the right to change its privacy policy at any time; members will be informed via email of any changes in a timely manner.

What Information Does ACMA Gather?

ACMA collects and stores information that is voluntarily provided to us through this Site when members purchase services or products. This information includes names, addresses, contact phone numbers, and other information that relates to the type of service or product being purchased. ACMA may use cookies on its website to permit the Site to identify and recall information that you have voluntarily provided. When you access the ACMA website, our server collects and stores the date/time, your domain name, and the IP address of the site that connected you.

How Does ACMA Use Your Information?

ACMA uses the information it collects to process purchases, pre-populate fields, and simplify the creation of forms and documents. ACMA only shares information, such as name and email address, with its affiliated companies, for the purpose of making members aware of preferential services available to them from those companies. ACMA does not sell or share member information with any other parties. ACMA does not post or make public member information, save through prior consent for the purpose of marketing ACMA services or products.

  • ACMA meets appropriate industry standards when it comes to protecting the confidentiality of personal and company information. Access to registered users’ accounts is governed by user-generated passwords, and all transmissions of data are through secure servers running SSL data encryption software.
  • If you register as an ACMA member, you can use your account page to update or change information collected about you. You may also unsubscribe from any ACMA email lists. Changes to email lists may take a few days to register.
  • ACMA members in California have the right to obtain written information about all information shared with third-parties. To obtain a statement, write to: ACMA, Privacy Statement, 1050 17th Street, NW, Suite 600 Washington D.C. 20036-4702. Please enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope for return.