ENTANGO'S ONLINE TRANSACTION PRIVACY
Our Commitment to Privacy
Entango was founded for the purpose of helping nonprofit organizations
("NPOs") receive online transactions inexpensively and
efficiently. Entango understands the concerns that nonprofit organizations
have with protecting the integrity of nonprofit supporter information.
We also understand the concerns nonprofit supporters have with using
their credit cards online. It is therefore in Entango's best interest
to protect nonprofit supporters' credit card information in order
to provide our customers with the best service possible. We have
to nonprofit supporter privacy.
Credit Card Numbers
When a nonprofit supporter uses Entango-enabled services to make
an online transaction, the credit card billing information, including
the name on the nonprofit supporter's card, billing address, and
expiration date, is used to process the transaction. All this information
is encrypted using SSL, industry standard secure technology. This
encryption is designed to prevent theft or interception of the information.
Unlike retailers, who commonly keep complete credit card numbers
in case there is a billing dispute, Entango stores only encrypted
versions of nonprofit supporters' credit card numbers. The nonprofit
organization has access to only the last four digits of the number,
and a transaction identification number issued by Entango for identification
purposes. However, in a case such as a billing dispute, it may be
necessary for the nonprofit to have access to the entire credit
card number. In such a case, Entango will try to help the nonprofit
resolve the billing dispute with only the encrypted number. If that
is not possible, Entango ensures that the nonprofit supporter's
credit card number is released only to authorized employees of the
Transacting online with Entango will not open your credit card
information to dissemination. Entango does not disclose, sell, trade,
rent, or otherwise reveal nonprofit supporters' credit card information
to third parties, including advertisers or marketers. This information
is only used to process the transaction.
Entango collects the nonprofit supporters' email addresses to send
them confirmation of the transaction for the nonprofit supporters'
records. Entango will automatically send updates on information
such as transaction activity and password changes as a security
measure; personal page access schedules, and other periodic reports
unless the nonprofit supporter checks the box on the online transaction
form requesting not to be sent any such information.
Entango will not disclose, sell, trade, rent, or otherwise reveal
nonprofit supporters' email addresses with a third party, other
than the nonprofit receiving the transaction.
Entango is not responsible for any uses of nonprofit supporter information
by the nonprofit organization.
Other Nonprofit supporter Information
As for the nonprofit supporter's other personally identifiable information,
Entango may disclose aggregate use statistics (for example, 50%
of our users are male) in order to describe our services to prospective
partners, investors, and otherwise relevant third parties. Such
disclosed information will not include any personal information
about individual nonprofit supporters. Other than this statistical
use, Entango does not disclose, sell, trade, rent, or otherwise
reveal personal information about individual nonprofit supporters
to any legal requirements of disclosure dictated by statute or by
an order of an appropriate court of law.