Internet Security Statement
At Jimmy Sites Bible Study Base Camp, we value your online security. For this reason, we have implemented safeguards to protect the information you transmit to us over the internet as described in this notice. We collect and use the information you provide to us to respond to your needs, service your accounts and provide you with information about other services we provide. This statement applies to all users of Jimmy Sites Bible Study Base Camp, whether or not the user is a Jimmy Sites Bible Study Base Camp customer.
Web Site Security
Regular internet e-mail is never completely secure. When corresponding to us via e-mail, you should only provide information that is non-sensitive and non- confidential. Please do not furnish us any information of a personal nature that you feel uncomfortable providing to us via e-mail. If you are concerned about the security of your communication, please transmit your correspondence to us using the postal service or telephone. Jimmy Sites Bible Study Base Camp is not responsible for the security of information we receive via e-mail.
Be cautious of e-mail and websites purporting to represent a legitimate company and that ask you to provide confidential or financial information. It is not Jimmy Sites Bible Study Base Camp's practice to e-mail you to ask you to provide or confirm your PIN, password, or other confidential or financial information, other than as may occur in response to an inquiry from you. If you receive such a request, or have any concern as to the validity of an e-mail from Jimmy Sites Bible Study Base Camp, a website purporting to be a Jimmy Sites Bible Study Base Camp website, or our online security, please notify us immediately. Please attach any suspicious e-mail in its original form, or in the case of a website please include the URL (address of the website) in your notification.
For information on various types of e-mail fraud please visit USA.gov website at https://www.usa.gov/stop-scams-frauds If you got a phishing email or text message, report it. The information you give can help \ght the scammers.
Step 1. If you got a phishing email, forward it to the FTC at email@example.com and to the Anti-Phishing Working Group at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you got a phishing text message, forward it to SPAM (7726).
Step 2. Report the phishing attack to the FTC at ftc.gov/complaint.