Privacy Policy

Chutzpah are committed to protecting the privacy of our customers, which is why we do not sell, rent, or loan any personal identifiable information regarding our customers to any third party. We hope the policy below will answer all of your questions regarding how we treat information gathered from visitors to chutzpahthegroup.com. Feel free to e-mail us with any questions you might have.

Information We Collect
We only collect e-mail addresses that are used soley in our occasional email blasts. This information is used solely by Chutzpah and is stored in a secure environment. Security is among our top priorities in keeping your Personal Information secure. Encrypted information cannot be read or recorded as it travels over the Internet. Additionally, access to your personal information is provided only to our agents who have a need to know such information for the purpose of fulfilling our email blasts. Our email blaster has a p3p-compliant opt-out for customers who no longer wish to receive email from Chutzpah. If you would like to update or correct your email address please contact us via email. Please note that sometimes these requests may take up to 2-3 weeks to be effective.

Privacy/Sharing Information
By using our web site, you agree to accept The Chutzpah privacy policy. Make sure you read this policy carefully, because if you do choose to use our web site, you automatically agree to this policy. If you do not agree to this policy, please do not use our web site. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to change, modify, add, or remove portions of this policy at any time. We do not give or sell personal information to any other party, except to our agents whom we rely on to handle this information on our behalf in accordance with the above purposes.

If you have any trouble understanding this policy, I have a first cousin once removed, a third cousin, and and ex uncle-in-law who are all lawyers. I'm sure they could explain this all to you. I wish I could help you but it's all Greek to me. I just stole it from another band's privacy policy because it sounded like it was keeping them out of some kind of trouble. Do you think there's some kind of ethical paradox about stealing a privacy policy? As if anyone who was raised in a Jewish family knew anything about privacy! Besides...I'm pretty sure they stole it from someone else anyway.

I also have a few doctors in the family if you need some advice. Two psychologists and a couple of microbiologists. So if you're feeling a little paranoid about germs we could get them all together to talk you down. We'll all be together around Chanukah...write me a little note to remind me or else I'll absolutely postively forget everything we talked about.

What was your name again? You seem like such a nice person...are you married? I have someone I think you'd like to meet......

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