American Job Board is a private company (“we”, “us”, “our”, or ” American Job Board”) and not affiliated with any government agency. This Terms of Use Agreement (the “Terms of Use”) governs your (hereinafter “you”, “your”, or “user”) relationship with the Company and use of the Company’s Service (the “Service”). By using the Service, you accept these Terms of Use and any modifications that may be made to these Terms of Use from time to time.

Our subscribers’ privacy is of primary importance at American Job Board. It is important that our subscribers be fully informed about the use of their personal information before choosing to subscribe to American Job Board. American Job Board values your e-privacy.

American Job Board believes in 100% permission-based marketing. American Job Board collects the information you provide at our websites. To subscribe, you must provide your first name, last name and email address. American Job Board may from time-to-time send you offers for goods and services relevant to the categories of interest you have chosen. American Job Board will broadcast special offers that would be of value to any online consumer to all American Job Board subscribers. By signing up with American Job Board, you are giving your consent to receive promotions or newsletters from American Job Board, its affiliated entities and/or third-party marketing partners. If you do not wish to receive these emails, you may request to be removed by using the opt-out mechanism listed in the email messages you receive. To opt-out of email promotions from American Job Board alone, you may send an e-mail to info@AmericanJobBoard.com.  Please note that exercising an opt-out mechanism only applies to the company with which you exercised that right.

American Job Board maintains all personally-identifiable information in its proprietary database. American Job Board remains dedicated to providing notice and choice to all American Job Board subscribers. The last sentence in each and every offer from American Job Board provides subscribers the option to unsubscribe and remove themselves from our database. Once a subscriber unsubscribes and chooses to be removed from our database, the subscriber will no longer receive any offers from American Job Board. Please allow up to 72 hours for the removal process to be complete. Please note, however, the subscriber may still receive offers from other affiliated websites he or she subscribed to. The subscriber must either visit those websites to unsubscribe or unsubscribe through the link provided in the affiliated website’s email advertisements.

American Job Board issues cookies solely to assign a randomly generated, unique identifier in order for American Job Board to track customer conversions. No personally identifiable information is ever stored within the cookie. American Job Board tracks responses to advertising campaigns, however, American Job Board does not track your other web browsing activities. Please note that some of our customers’ websites may use cookies; therefore, it is recommended that our subscribers take the time to review the privacy policies, when provided, of any websites prior to entering their information.

For websites owned and operated by American Job Board, American Job Board uses log files. These log files may include internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user’s movement in the aggregate, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use.

American Job Board websites are intended for use only by adults. American Job Board complies with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act and does not knowingly solicit or collect information from children.

Your Information is protected by our State-of-the-Art technology. American Job Board has security protocols and measures in place to protect the information we maintain about you from unauthorized access or alteration. These measures include internal and external firewalls, physical security and technological security measures, and encryption of certain information.

In addition to the information collected by us and registration information submitted by you, we may employ both first-party and third-party cookies.  A cookie is a piece of data stored on your hard drive containing activity-based information about you, and it is designed to facilitate the receipt of targeted and relevant advertisements.  The cookie is not associated with your personally identifiable information.

American Job Board encourages you to revisit our Privacy Statement to keep informed of any changes.