We take your privacy very seriously
When you join Tfor2, you can be sure that you're in a safe, secure and private environment.
Information you provide
Although information that identifies you (such as your name and email address) is stored by us, NONE of this sensitive data is ever made available to other members in any way.
Ability to change information
We provide you with the ability to keep all personal information up to date – or to delete everything from our servers, should you want to.
A cookie is a piece of data stored on your hard drive that allows us to recognise your computer from one page access to the next. We use only session cookies, which are designed not to be permanent or persistent. The session cookie is designed so that, once you close your browser, the cookie will simply terminate. If you configure your browser to reject cookies, you may still use some, but not all, portions of our site. For example, the login process and all member functionality requires that your browser accept cookies. We recommend closing browsers on shared computers after use.
Deleting your profile
If you want to delete your profile, you can. The action means that we will retain no data about you, except any personal correspondence or support enquiries you may have sent to us, which may be stored on file.
Disclosure of information
We will not disclose any of your information to any third party for marketing purposes, and nor will we supply any member's details to any other member. We are, of course, bound by the law, so may have to disclose your information under certain statutory conditions.
Tell a friend
If you tell a friend about us, as we (naturally!) encourage you to do – don't worry! We will never send friends unsolicited email of any kind.
As you're almost certainly aware, no computer (especially connected to the Internet) system is 100% secure. But we do everything we can, using advanced technology, to keep our systems secure. Unfortunately, however, we cannot assume responsibility for your personal information in the unlikely event of a breach of our security systems.