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Our Site Policies
Crab Bucket Rescue welcomes all
visitors. We want you to feel comfortable with our content, our
advertisers, and our respect for your privacy. Here's what we do to
value your trust:
Who We Are
Crab Bucket Rescue is owned and published by John Shepler with editorial
and creative assistance by Barbara Shepler. At CrabBucketRescue.com,
you'll find informative articles, editorial comment, and commercial
offerings that are all related to the theme of self-help and support in
breaking free of what is limiting you in life.
We respect the privacy of our visitors and appreciate the same in return.
We don't collect personal information and have no idea of who is visiting
our site unless you care to send us a personal email message. If you
do, your address is safe with us. We do not sell or share our
visitor's email addresses. At some point we'll probably offer an
email newsletter, but you'll have to specifically request it and approve
delivery. We should also mention that we review web server logs and
page trackers to get a general idea on how many visitors our site
receives, what times are popular, what countries they are from, etc.
None of this information gives us a clue as to who specific individuals
All of our content is intended to be suitable for general readers.
You should feel confident browsing this site with children present or
allowing them to view anything we publish.
About Our Advertisers
To support ourselves and keep this valuable resource free of charge to our
visitors, you'll notice that we run commercial advertisements and
recommend commercial products and services. There is never an
obligation to buy anything, but we're always glad when our visitors buy
through us rather than somewhere else. We expect our advertisers to
adhere to the same high standards we do and keep their ads suitable for
all audiences. We also expect our advertisers to offer high quality
products and services at reasonable prices, and to offer excellent
customer service. If you elect to visit an advertiser or other site
linked from CrabBucketRescue.com, do make it a point of reviewing their
site policies, too.
You will NEVER get unsolicited commercial email, also known as spam, from
us. We resent the amount of time it takes us to sort through the
flood of unwanted, unrequested, often offensive messages that appear in
our email every day. We're not about to do that to you.
Unfortunately, some unscrupulous individuals are abusing the Internet and
sending out advertisements that look similar to the ones we run, perhaps
even using false email addresses. If you receive an unsolicited
email message that you think came from this site, please let us know.
We have a vested interest in protecting our good name and will pursue
anyone impersonating our identity.
Copyrighted Material Policy
Don't steal our material or graphics, OK? It's just not nice and
it's also illegal under Federal copyright law. If you want to
provide a link to our site, or any of the articles or other content, by
all means do so. We love the publicity. But, NEVER copy any
part of this site and post it on another site or in a report or printed
publication. Short quotes of a paragraph or less for review purposes
or referenced in a school paper are fair use. Be sure to attribute
us as the authors and include our web address. Copying an article
and putting your name on it is dirty pool and we'll come after you, even
students. If you really want to republish one of our columns or
articles, please write and let us know what you have in mind. We may
negotiate a reasonable fee or come up with something original you can use.
While most of our content is generated in-house, we occasionally have
interest in articles by experts in their field and comments from our
readers. If you have something in mind, best bet is to send us a
short email message. If we're interested, we'll let you know.
Please clearly identify your subject and don't send attachments.
With all the email viruses around, unsolicited attachments scare us.
We usually trash such messages unread.
If there is anything we've forgotten, or you just want to send us your
comments regarding the site, please do so.
Please Send All Email Messages to:
Thanks for Visiting!
John Shepler, publisher
Crab Bucket Rescue