Sometimes on Frontierville Express we'll ask for your details, either when contacting us or when entering a competition. This will usually be your Facebook profile link and/or an email address.
The reason we do this is simple, we need a way to contact you to either reply to your problem if it's one we can solve or to tell those lucky, lucky folks they've won the competition and have some goodies coming their way.
We will always lean towards Facebook to tell our winners about the prize as it also means we can send a friend request as well, so we can despatch your items. Once this is done the admin may delete you or you're free to delete them... or you could create a lasting friendship, who knows? If a marriage proposal ensues I demand both an invitation and enough time to purchase a fabulous hat.
The safety of your details
The default for all contact queries and contest entries is to be sent to two of our Admins. Your details are then only shared if another admin is sending your prize. The admin with the goodies will be the only one who'll add you, you dont have to worry about a flurry of people trying to be sociable with you. (Don't worry, that includes Andy, you're safe.)
We hate spammers as much as you do so will never sell, trade, publish, broadcast, disseminate or send your details via any communication method (up to and including smoke signals, pigeon post and two tin cans with a string stretched between them) to anyone else, especially anyone who would use it for nefarious means.
We don't have a newsletter, we won't press you with special offers (because we don't have any) and we certainly don't have affiliates or third party contacts, trusted or otherwise, who may want to contact you with offers of a special nature.
We use minimal cookies on Express (If we have too many Aimee and Esta fight over the choc chip ones, and they both fight dirty) so there are no evil little tracking cookies that'll chase you across the web, see your browsing habits and attempt to sell you car insurance, cheese or the use of a lady of financially adaptable virtue.
The only cookies we have are basic ones used by our blog host to keep you logged in if you have an account with them and to give us anonymous site statistics for the basics such as page views and unique users.
Contact and Policy revision
This policy is upheld by a trained Rottweiler, two cans of mace, a second hand Apache Gunship we bought from eBay and Esta. I won't point out which is the scariest deterrent because she'll hit me.