Overview is strongly committed to safeguarding consumer privacy. Our official internet address is:


We do not sell any products or services on this website. Therefore, no personal information is collected for that purpose.

We do not have a mailing list, therefore, we do not collect any personal information for that purpose.

The only place we collect personal information, which is your name and email address only, is on our “Contact Form”.

We operate under the following set of strict privacy principles:

The only information we obtain about our visitors is information needed to contact us, such as name and email address.
That information is never sold, swapped or traded for any commercial purpose
That information would only be disclosed if required to do so by a court-ordered authority (eg police…)
GDPR 1 Data Category

At we have only one category:

This section is provided to help you understand your rights and make an informed decision about the consent needed to collect, store and process data at each level.

Visitors are people who have navigated to our website at:

Visitors may have cookies already encoded into their browsing ‘session’ and the provider of those cookies will offer a way to remove them

Our cookies enable us to manage your visit and remember and preferences made – eg: to resize the page so that it fits your device

Visitor data is used to tell us which pages are more popular and we use that to guide our future material

Visitors can contact us using the “Contact Us” page provided

Right of Access

Visitors can verify their information at any time, if we have any to verify. You would email us by using our “Contact Us” page.

At which time we can tell you if we have any information on you and if we do, what information we do have.

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and was designed to harmonize data privacy laws across Europe, to protect and empower all EU citizens data privacy and to reshape the way organizations across the region approach data privacy Privacy Policy already complies with GDPR standards For clarification:

How We Use Your Data

1 Personally identifiable data is requested to for anyone that wants to us our “Contact Us” page.

2 Personally identifiable data which is your name and email address is all that is collected.

3 We have no reason to store this information, after we have answered any of your issues when using the “Contact Us” page.

4 Personally identifiable date, name & email address is used so we can contact you back with a answer to any of your questions.

5 Visitors have the right to withdraw permission which they can do by email using our “Contact Us” page

6 Visitors have the right to be forgotten which they request by email using our “Contact Us” (Data will be deleted as permitted by legislative requirements)


Each time a visitor comes to our websitesite, we store a temporary “cookie” in the browser file of the computer, tablet, or other device.

Visitors may have cookies already encoded into their browsing ‘session’ and the provider of those cookies will offer a way to remove them

Our cookies enable us to manage your visit and remember and preferences made – eg: to resize the page so that it fits your device

Visitor data is used to tell us which pages are more popular and we use that to guide our future material

Cookie List uses cookies to enhance viewer experience, personalize viewer experience and to analyze our traffic.

Following is a list of the cookies that are in use and their function:


Used to Identify that the Accept Cookies Notice has been Accepted


Used to determine if a visitor is a first time or returning visitor. No other info collected by Statcounter

Used to Remember the Size of Text on the Size if Using the Larger Stylesheet

Your consent applies to the following domains:

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to email us by using our “Contact Us” page.

External Links

In order to provide visitors with greater value, some of our pages may provide links to various third party Web sites. In no case, is member information or ‘cookies’ provided to the third party sites. However, keep in mind that many sites do attempt to capture visitor information when you browse those sites. Once you leave our site, we are not able to alert you should another site attempt to gather information from your browser.


Our Website has multiple security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. We employ strict security measures to safeguard online transactions; personal information is stored in a secured database and always sent via an encrypted Internet channel.

Data Breach Policy

1 Every care is taken to protect personal data from incidents (either accidentally or deliberately) to avoid a data protection breach

2 This Policy sets out the procedure to be followed to ensure a consistent and effective approach is in place for managing data breach and information security incidents

3 This Policy relates to all personal and sensitive data held by, regardless of format

4 This Policy applies to all employees

5 For the purpose of this Policy, data security breaches include both confirmed and suspected incidents

6 An incident in the context of this Policy is an event or action which may compromise the confidentiality or integrity of personal data, either accidentally or deliberately

7 An incident includes but is not restricted to, the following:

Loss or theft of personal data or equipment on which such data is stored (e.g. loss of laptop, USB stick, iPad/tablet device, or paper record)
Equipment theft or failure
Unauthorized use of, access to or modification of data
Attempts (failed or successful) to gain unauthorized access to personal data
Unauthorized disclosure of personal data
Human error
8 All employees are responsible for reporting data breach and information security incidents immediately

9 If the breach occurs or is discovered outside normal working hours, it must be reported as soon as is practicable

10 The report will include full and accurate details of the incident, when the breach occurred (dates and times), who is reporting it, if the data relates to people, the nature of the information, and how many individuals are involved

11 Then we will first determine if the breach is still occurring and take the appropriate steps to minimize the effect of the breach.

12 An initial assessment will be made and establish the severity of the breach

13 Owner of the site will then determine the suitable course of action to be taken to ensure a resolution to the incident

14 An investigation will be undertaken by the Owner of the site immediately and wherever possible within 24 hours of the breach being reported

15 The Owner of the site will investigate the breach and assess the risks associated with it, for example, the potential adverse consequences for individuals, how serious or substantial those are and how likely they are to occur.

16 The investigation will take into account the following:

the type of data involved
it’s sensitivity
the protections are in place (e.g. encryptions)
what’s happened to the data, has it been lost or stolen
whether the data could be put to any illegal or inappropriate use
who the individuals are, number of individuals involved and the potential effects on those data subject(s)
whether there are wider consequences to the breach

17 Notification to the individuals whose personal data has been affected by the incident will include a description of how and when the breach occurred and the data involved. Specific and clear advice will be given on what action has already been taken to mitigate the risks

18 The only personal information we collect is when you use our “Contact Us” page. Which is your name and email address. We maintain this information until we have finished communicating with you.

19 The Owner of the site must consider notifying third parties such as the police

20 Once the incident is contained, the Owner of the site will carry out a full review of the causes of the breach; the effectiveness of the response(s) and instigate corrective action to systems, procedures and controls to minimize the risk of similar incidents occurring


Special Note

If at any time during your visit with, that you don’t understand something or need to ask us a question, please feel free to contact us at any time. We are always available for you 24/7. You can email us by using our “Contact Us” page.

Send your letter to:

ATTN: Stiffler

1863 Pioneer Parkway E

Suite # 413

Springfield, Oregon 97477