Privacy Policy

TM Marlowe Group’s Privacy Policy gives examples of the kinds of information we gather and the various ways in which we may possibly share that information and with whom. These examples are provided for illustrative purposes only and must not be interpreted as a comprehensive and exhaustive inventory of our information gathering, usage and sharing practices.

Information Obtained

Upon contacting us, we will usually acquire information including but not limited to your name, e-mail address, telephone number as well as any other information you may provide. TM Marlowe Group uses this information to enable us to respond to individual enquiries and/or to provide you with information you have requested or related information that we feel may be pertinent and of general interest to you. By providing your personal contact information, you acknowledge and consent to the formation of an “opt-in business relationship” between you and TM Marlowe Group.

In addition, TM Marlowe Group collects limited, non-personally identifying information made available routinely by your web browser whenever you visit any website on the Internet. This information could potentially include your Internet Protocol (IP) address, the type of and language of your browser, the date and time of your access and one or more “cookies” that are able to individually identify your web browser. This information is utilized on an aggregate basis to research trends, collect broad-based demographic data and to facilitate administration of our site.

In the event that we send you information, we may use cookies or action tags (often called single pixel gifs or web beacons) to measure message effectiveness. Any information that is collected using cookies and action tags is held using similar security measures to those employed in the storage of personal information.

Information Sharing

Legally, we are required to disseminate information in response to summonses, court orders, or legal process from law enforcement agencies in the jurisdictions in which TM Marlowe Group operates.

In the event that TM Marlowe Group sells or otherwise transfers its assets to a third party, it will be a contractual requirement that such third parties undertake to honor our current Privacy Policy until said third party provides you with notice of changes it may intend to make to the Privacy Policy and allows you to exercise any nondisclosure rights you may have under relevant law.

Information Security

TM Marlowe Group makes every reasonable endeavor to ensure the integrity and security of our network and systems and the information stored therein. We cannot, however, provide any warranty as to the freedom of our site from viruses, trojans, malicious code or vulnerabilities that could permit third party “hackers” from unlawfully gaining access to such information.