Privacy Policy

Schechter + Chou, Inc., (this “Firm”) respects the privacy of each visitor who visits its website and intends to give the visitors as much control as possible over their personal information. In general, a visitor may visit this website revealing any information about himself or herself. There are times, however, when this Firm may need information from the visitors, such as names and email addresses. This Firm intends to notify the visitors before collecting personal information from the visitors on its website. This Firm does not knowingly collect personal information from the visitors during their visit(s) to this Firm's website except when the visitors knowingly providing such information to us. This Firm does not sell visitor's personal information or e-mail addresses to third parties for any purposes. Any information provided by visitors during their visit(s) to this Firm's website is used only for the purposes stated on the website in order to provide and to improve its services to the visitors, to process the visitors' requests and/or transactions, to provide visitors with any services requested by you, to evaluate visitors' needs, to evaluate and to improve the Firm's performance, to diagnose problems with the server and to administer the Firm's business. A visitor may notify this Firm at any time that he or she do not wish to receive any further communications from this Firm or would like to review and request changes to any information provided by him or her by emailing this Firm at Some information might be shared with the Firm's our agents or affiliates in order to achieve these goals. However, these agents or affiliates are required to protect such information with strict confidentiality. The information may also be used or disclosed when such use or disclosure is requested by visitors or is required by law, government agencies, regulatory entities or other appropriate authorities or is necessary to prevent harm to other people, to identify persons who may be violating the law, the user agreement or the rights of third parties, to cooperate with investigations of purported unlawful activities, to conform to the law or to comply with legal process served on this Firm or parties affiliated with us, to protect and defend this Firm's rights and property, this website, the visitors of this website and/or this Firm's affiliates, and/or to protect the safety of visitors of this website, this Firm or third parties.. This Firm prohibits any employees, who have access to visitors' personal information provided by visitors during visitors' visit or visits to the Firm's website(s), to use or disclose visitors' personal information except for the business purposes. The Firm's websites contain links to other websites. This Firm is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such other websites. When a visitor uses a link to go from this Firm's website to another website, this Privacy Policy is no longer in effect.

This Firm reserves the right to change, modify, add or remove portions of this Privacy Policy at any time without prior notice to visitors. This Firm suggests that any visitor review this Private Policy from time to time. By accessing this Firm's website you agree to accept this Privacy Policy, and by accessing our website after we have posted changes to this policy, you also agree to accept the changes.