At Tri-State Administrators, Inc. we respect your right to privacy.

We may ask you to register or to provide personal information and preferences when you visit certain areas of this Web site, download free information or request information.

We will guard the personal information you share with us to ensure the content and services that we provide on this Web site are always tailored to your current, designated preferences.

When you provide Tri-State Administrators, Inc. with your name, email address, mailing address, or telephone number, Tri-State Administrators, Inc. and its representatives may use the provided information to alert you to updated information, new services, and other information, unless you indicate that you would not like to receive these notices. Beyond its representatives, Tri-State Administrators, Inc. does not offer or allow the selling of any user-provided information to third parties.

Tri-State Administrators, Inc. respects the rights users give us when opting to receive email communications and enforces internal policies to preserve those rights. It is our objective to retain the long-term ability to continue to communicate with our users. If you do not want Tri-State Administrators, Inc. or our representatives to contact you, you may "opt out" of this preference at any time, whether online or by contacting Tri-State Administrators, Inc. directly. As part of your preference flexibility, you'll always have the option to opt back in and have Tri-State Administrators, Inc. contact you based on your previous or new preferences.

If you choose not to register or provide personal information, you can still visit most areas of Tri-State Administrators, Inc. Web site; however, you will not have access to areas that require personal identification.

Tri-State Administrators, Inc. Web site may contain links to other sites. Tri-State Administrators, Inc. assumes no responsibility for the content or the privacy policies and practices of such Web sites. Tri-State Administrators, Inc. encourages you to read the privacy statements of these linked sites, as their privacy practices may differ from ours.

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