Privacy and Legal Policy
The AASBC endeavors to provide information that is accurate and reliable; however, errors in content may exist at times unbeknownst to the AASBC. Users of information contained on this website acknowledge that it is furnished by the AASBC with the understanding that the AASBC is not engaged in or rendering legal, accounting, or tax advice. If legal, accounting, or tax advice is required, an attorney, accounting, or tax professional should be consulted.
The AASBC and its employees, authors, contributors, and publishers shall have no liability or responsibility to anyone or any entity, directly or indirectly, for any loss or damages sustained by using any information contained on this website or omitted from this website.
We value your interest in the AASBC and take necessary precautions to protect your personal and financial information both online and offline. Only AASBC employees who are deemed to have a need for your personal information will be granted access to such information. Please advise us immediately if you suspect this policy has been compromised or violated in any way.
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VSOCIAL MEDIA AND THIRD PARTY WEBSITES
The AASBC uses some social media tools and websites to interact with its customers and resource partners. Social media websites are used to publicize AASBC programs and services and engage with members of the public. The AASBC does not use third party websites to solicit and collect personal information from individuals. Any personal information collected by a third party website will not be transmitted to AASBC unless required for law enforcement purposes or as otherwise permitted by law. AASBC privacy and other web policies do not apply to these third party sites and we encourage you to read the policies of the third party site when deciding whether to use it. The official AASBC “social media” sites are listed below.
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