FuseMind | Do Not Sell My Personal Information
Do Not Sell My Personal Information

Do Not Sell My Personal Information

FuseMind, Inc. (also doing business as “LeadForce PRO”, “FastApp”, and other products/brands, collectively referred to herein as “FuseMind” or alternatively, as “We” or “Us”) only offers its products and services to residents of the United States.

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), effective January 1, 2020, reinforces the protection of personal information for California residents. In 2023, several other states, including Colorado, Connecticut, Nevada, Utah, and Virginia, enacted personal information protection acts of their own (collectively, the "Consumer Privacy Acts" or "CPA Laws"). In general, these laws regulate how companies manage and protect consumer data, including the right to know if data is collected, to opt out, to correct mistakes, to request deletion, and to receive alerts if data is compromised during a breach.

FuseMind deeply values transparency and wanted to take this opportunity to address the requirements of the Consumer Privacy Acts, which require businesses to disclose sales of personal information in the states highlighted above.

FuseMind uses cookies and similar technologies on our website, which gather personal information (see our CookiePolicy). And, like most companies with an online presence, we share some of that information with our cookie vendors to ensure we deliver the best information to you. That sharing may be considered a “sale” under CPA Laws, which define “selling” and “sale” broadly. If you want to opt out of advertising cookies, or other cookies that are not necessary for the performance of the website, you may do so by accessing our Cookie Policy page to find resources to adjust your preferences for that web domain.

CPA Laws provide that residents of covered states may opt out of the sale of their personal information. If you would like to exercise this right, please complete the form below.

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