Privacy Policy

All names and addresses provided by visitors to the To Tell or Not To Tell website for the purposes of receiving requested information from us are kept strictly confidential. Unless required by law, we will not disclose, sell or share your individual personal information with others outside our organization.

If you have shared personal information with us to request information be mailed to your home, we will use address information for the requested mailings.  We will retain your address for 36 months, and then discard it, or sooner if you so request, because we may wish to re-contact you with new information on continence that we believe may have value to you.

If you do not share email or mailing information with us, we will not and cannot contact you.

Google Analytics is used on the website and it collects anonymous data so that we can make improvements to the visitor experience. Google Analytics reports anonymous user location information that is derived from your IP address or Google Account. Personal information submitted on forms is not reported to Google Analytics.  This information is retained for only 24 months.  You can learn more about how Google collects and processes your data, by visiting   You can also prevent Google Analytics from using your information. You can do this by opting out at this link:

If you sign-up to receive our PDF booklet, your information is held in a database on Constant Contact (they are GDPR compliant) so that we may send emails to you.  You may unsubscribe from this service by clicking “unsubscribe” when you receive an email from us (located at the bottom of the email).

When you make a payment, our payment processing software will collect some or all of the following information: first and last name, your billing address,  physical address, credit card or other payment information. This purchase information is kept by the processor for three years to ensure proper payment and crediting of accounts.  We will retain information on your payment for as long as the US IRS legally requires us to do so.

The To Tell or Not To Tell website uses cookies (a cookie is a small piece of data or a text file that is downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you access certain websites). When you agree to accept our use of cookies, you are giving us, and the third parties that we partner with, permission to place, store, and access cookies on your computer.  You can also reject the use of cookies, but this may mean that some functionality of our website will be lost to you, the end-user.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding how we collect, use or retain information, please do not hesitate to write to us at