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Privacy Policy and Wordpix Solutions certify that all personal information relating to its clients/members, including page addresses, telephone and fax numbers, business names and email addresses, will be kept confidential and will not be released to third parties for commercial purposes without permission. 

We reserve the right to publish anonymous, aggregate summary information regarding statistics for groups as a whole as representative numbers, not to include personal or individually identifiable information.

Legal Information

All materials contained in the web site and affiliated sites are copyright Wordpix Solutions. The content presented herein may not under any circumstances be distributed in any manner or form without prior written permission from Wordpix Solutions.

Wordpix Solutions and services and web content are provided as-is with latest information available.

No guarantee is made or implied with regard to the availability or effectiveness of services or products of companies other than or Wordpix Solutions, whose information appears on this site, 

Email / Spam Policy

Spamming to or from California e-mail service providers against their policy is a civil offense under California Business and Professions Code Section 17538.45. If you run a California-based email service provider, you must notify your customers of the law and your anti-spam policy in order to be eligible to collect damages of $50 per message. You should also put a notice similar to the following on your web pages:

The sending of any unsolicited email advertising messages to this domain will result in the imposition of civil liability against you in accordance with California Business and Professional Code Section 17538.45. and Wordpix Solutions reside in California. The above notice applies. It is against the law to send unsolicited email messages to this domain or its clients and others listed on this web site.

The Unsolicited Commercial Electronic Mail Act, if passed by Congress, will require all unsolicited commercial email to carry a valid return address that would allow receivers to unsubscribe. Those who do not conform to the UCEMA rules could be sued for $500 per message, up to $50,000 total, by ISPs and state attorneys general.


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