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We are motivated to provide Trust Enabling™products and services that help our clients achieve their business objectives by optimizing the trust of their stakeholders.

Moreover, we are motivated to champion Trust Enablement™ as a valuable management innovation for our professional services colleagues, industry partners and customers.

We are always accountable for the results of our work.

Privacy Policy

What's our policy?
Trust Enabling Strategies is committed to protecting the privacy of its clients and web site users, and we have taken strong measures to ensure that the information we gather from you will be secure and confidential. Specifically:

Forum Registration for discussions and voting in polls: Your registration information is confidential and the extent to which it is made accessible to other users is under your own control. Information on how you vote in a poll is highly confidential and cannot even be accessed by the administrators of our system.

What information do we need and what do we do with it?
The information we need when you communicate online with Trust Enabling Strategies includes your name, e-mail address, mailing address, phone and fax. In some cases we require your credit card number and expiration date. This information allows us to fill your order and/or keep you updated on the status of your order.

Forum Registration for discussions and voting in polls: Required information is marked with an * and consist of Username, E-mail address and password. This information is required to authenticate you as a legitimately registered user. All other information is requested optionally to customize your communication options with other forum participants.

How do we protect your information?
We make sure that every online communication with our clients meets our high standards of privacy and security. In the case of credit card transactions, we do this by using a secure service, PayPal with software that encrypts all of your confidential information before you send it. In addition, we take strong measures to protect all customer data against unauthorized access.

Forum Registration for discussions and voting in polls: We employ access control mechanisms with and all your personal information is stored in secure systems that are protected from external access by firewalls. We also have very restrictive practices for granting access privileges to systems that contain your personal information.

Do we have "cookies"?
Cookies are small bytes of information that are stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. Trust Enabling Strategies' cookies allow us to recognize each returning client and their relevant information so that you do not need to input the same information more than once. We do not place any personally identifying confidential information in your cookies. In addition, cookies are not used to access information entered on the secure server. This information can only be accessed when you enter your name and password.

Forum Registration for discussions and voting in polls: Cookies are used to maintain an open and authenticated session with a registered user. This allows you to securely move around the discussion forum without having to frequently reenter your username and password.

Will Trust Enabling Strategies share any of my personal information?
Absolutely NOT! That's why it's called personal. Trust Enabling Strategies will not trade, sell or rent your personal information (such as name, address, phone number, or company name) to third parties without your consent. And, we also protect your privacy by limiting employee access to and use of customer data. While we may provide statistics to outside companies about our customers, including sales and related site information, it will not include any personally identifying information.

Forum Registration for discussions and voting in polls: Your registration information and how you vote in our polls are never disclosed to any outside parties. Aggregate poll voting results are publicly available on our web site and we may shared them with third parties. Also, all your message postings in the publicly viewable discussion forums are available to all parties and are individually identifiably to the username you provided during registration.

So why do we need all that personal information?
The answer is simple - it's so that we can constantly improve your relationship with Trust Enabling Strategies.

Forum Registration for discussions and voting in polls: Very limited personal information is required to register for discussion forums and for voting in polls. Only a username, password and e-mail address are required in order to uniquely authenticate you as a user. All other information is optional to help you communicate with other forum participants.

What control do I have in how you use my personal information?
You are always in control. You tell us how you want or do not want us to use your information. We will diligently strive to get your consent at the time we are collecting your personal information. In some cases this may be impractical and we will assume that by providing us with your personal contact information you are giving us permission to contact you, at least once. However, you always have the ability to ask us to stop using your personal information for specific purposes and we will promptly comply with that request. NOTE: we will never assume that you implicitly consent to allowing us to share your personal information with anyone else.

Forum Registration for discussions and voting in polls: The personal information you provide for registration purposes will be used ONLY to contact you specifically about forum and poll related matters. As part of the same communication, we may also inform you about other matters related to either Trust Enabling Strategies or business trust, confidence or credibility issues in general. You will ALWAYS have the opportunity to STOP such communication, either by requesting that we stop contacting you directly or by asking us to remove your registration profile.

Will Trust Enabling Strategies change its policy?
When you use the Trust Enabling Strategies web site you consent to the collection and use of your information by Trust Enabling Strategies. If we alter our privacy policy in any way we will post those changes here so you can be aware of anything that may affect you in the way we disclose information.

Any more questions?
Trust Enabling Strategies takes the issue of protecting your privacy seriously. If you have any concerns, questions, or just want to tell us what you think, feel free to contact us at 416-487-1497 or via e-mail at

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