Does Social Security Portal collect information about me?
Yes, Social Security Portal collects some visitor data via cookies. The information we collect helps us understand the interests of users and improve our website to optimize your experience.
Cookies are primarily used to help us display ads that are relevant to you, such as a discount on your favorite brand of running shoes or a charity you may like to support.
Cookies do not store any personal information, nor can they introduce a virus to your computer. This is unlike spyware, which sends information about your browsing history across the internet to a third party. Social Security Portal does not use spyware.
Social Security Portal does not sell, give, or trade the statistics we store to any third parties for the purposes of data mining, marketing, or any other reason.
We do not use browser popups, including push notifications.
Most browsers allow you to accept and/or delete cookies.
How do I block cookies?
What does Social Security Portal do with the information I volunteer?
When you interact with the site by either a contact page or a comment, you must provide your name and email address. Names and email addresses are not publicly displayed unless you’re leaving a comment — and then, only your name is displayed. You will be made aware of this before submitting your comment.
Social Security Portal does not sell, give, or trade the statistics we receive to any third parties for the purposes of data mining, marketing, or any other reason.
We update this policy about every quarter. By using our site, you consent to our current policy.
How can I contact Social Security Portal with questions/comments/concerns about my privacy?
We take your privacy very seriously. Please send us a message through our Contact Us page or send mail to:
New Rhino LLC
8370 Court Avenue, 1B
Ellicott City, MD 21043