Bangladeshi American Association of Connecticut (BAK) collects no personally identifying information from or about you except when you knowingly provide it, for example, when filling-out and sending a Contact or Join form. We do not place cookies or any other kind of file onto your computer nor do we collect any information from your computer, except as noted above. Bangladeshi American Association of Connecticut (BAK) may also offer membership services on this site. If you apply for membership and update your info, you will be asked to provide personal information such as your name, address, contact info and credit/debit card number etc.. This type of information is routinely necessary as part of application process and services. New Bangladeshi American Association of Connecticut (BAK) makes all reasonable and appropriate efforts to ensure the privacy and accuracy of this sensitive information. For example, all of our vendors use, at a minimum, the industry standard known as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to encrypt sensitive information between your browser and our associates servers.Bangladeshi American Association of Connecticut (BAK) will monitor and adopt, as appropriate, new technologies designed to further ensure the accuracy and privacy of your information.
Email & Emailings
All email lists maintained by us contain only the information you have voluntarily provided, usually in the course of seeking information, or services from us. These email addresses are not sold, rented, disclosed or shared with any third-party. From time to time we may send emails to you, for informational or other purposes. Such emails will be sent only by us and not by any third-party. NOTE: if you choose to respond directly to a third-party, your email address will become known to that third party and will no longer receive the privacy protections we provide. Bangladeshi American Association of Connecticut (BAK) seeks to require third-parties with whom we have agreements to follow appropriate privacy policies but we cannot and do not bear responsibility for third-party actions or policies.