Effective January 2023
Thank you for visiting The Money Multiplier (TMM) website. Brent Kesler Agency LLC, a Florida limited liability company does business as TMM. This policy describes the privacy practices regarding information collected from visitors to our web site and customers that choose to do business with us. It contains information about what data is collected and how that information is used. This policy may be updated periodically, so please check back from time to time. If you do not agree with Our policies and practices, your choice is not to use the website.
Web Site Use Information
Your privacy is very important to us. Our policy is to collect no personal information about you when you visit TMM's web site unless you affirmatively choose to make such information available to us.
When you visit our web site, the web server automatically recognizes only the Internet domain and IP address from which you accessed the site. Our web site utilizes a standard technology called "cookies" (see explanation below, "What Are Cookies?") and web server logs to collect information about how our web site is used. Information gathered through cookies and web server logs may include the date and time of visits, the pages viewed, time spent at our web site, and the web sites visited just before our web site. This is done so that the content of the site can be improved. This information does not result in the identification of your personal e-mail address or other personal information. These cookies expire after you leave our site.
How Do We Use the Information That You Provide to Us?
If you choose to share personal information, such as by subscribing to an e-newsletter or filling out an electronic form with personal information, the information will only be used for the purposes you authorized. Once you register with us and sign in to our services, you are not anonymous to us, and the information will be saved.
However, information will not be disclosed to third parties without your consent.
What Are Cookies?
Cookies are a feature of web browser software that allows web servers to recognize the computer used to access a web site.
Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored by a user's web browser on the user's hard drive.
Cookies can remember what information a user accesses on one web page to simplify subsequent interactions with that web site by the same user or to use the information to streamline the user's transactions on related web pages. This makes it easier for a user to move from web page to web page and to complete commercial transactions over the Internet.