ClickBank's Abusive Privacy Policy

If you haven't taken a close look at ClickBank's latest privacy policies, you may want to. As of July 2017, they've started giving away your personal information.

Since ClickBank’s in the Internet marketing and affiliate network business, I would have thought that it would be especially sensitive to the confidentiality of client’s personal information—such as not spamming us. But ClickBank just changed its privacy policies, which now allow ClickBank to share our personal information for marketing purposes with whomever they want… with no way for us to opt out of that! I can’t recall the last time I saw or even heard of such an abusive, customer-disrespectful privacy policy as that.

Their new privacy policy's exact wording is, "We may share your personal information with our parent or affiliated businesses, joint venturers or promotion partners" and "We may send offers to selected groups of our clients on behalf of other businesses. We also may disclose the personal information we collect to third parties for their own direct marketing purposes."

Don't like that abuse of your personal information? I didn't like it, either.

Their email address for complaints about that privacy policy is So let them know what you think of their abuse of your personal information. And let me know what you think about this article of mine in the comments below. 

And ClickBank, if you're reading... fix your infernal privacy policies and let me know in the comments below when you've done so.

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