Your Safety matters to us at larry-davis.com.
Not Just Another "Number"
With the incredible expansion of the Internet and World
Wide Web in the past few years, many online companies find
themselves competing with others for various reasons. The
majority of these companies are trying to "get ahead
of the pack" and unfortunately, this type of goal-setting
can have various consequences. One of the most noticeable
consequences is when these companies lose sight of their
original purpose for being online: to support their visitors.
At larry-davis.com, you can rest assured that we will not
forget about our visitors and members, just to get ahead
of the other guy. Our visitors and members are not "just
another number to us". You are the reason we exist!
Security in our Services
When we at larry-davis.com ask our visitors for personal
information, such as their email address, name/mailing address,
and credit card information, we are only doing so because
of very good reasons. Under normal circumstances, we only
ask for your email address, name/mailing address and credit
card information in one instance: 1) when you place an order
in our online store. This information is necessary, in order
that we might bill your credit card company for the services
our company rendered to you, our Customer. Under NO circumstances
will we ever disclose any of this information with a third
Your Safety Online
We at larry-davis.com would like to see our visitors and
members return to our site for many years to come. That
is why we are offering some words of advice in this section,
which will hopefully keep you out of trouble on the Internet.
1) Never give out your name, address, social security number,
or credit card number to a non-reputable company or individual
online. No matter how good the offer sounds, check out the
2) Do not, under any circumstances, plan to meet with an
individual you met through e-mail, or chat online. Dozens
of cases have occured where an unsuspecting individual was
conned into meeting with an unscrupulous person they met
3) Keep your passwords private, even from your best friend!
Your online service will never ask for them, so neither
should anyone else.
4.) Use only your member name and/or e-mail address when
chatting or sending e-mail. Never give out personal information
like your name, address, or phone number. Internet fraud
and marketing schemes are costing users millions of dollars.
5) Always delete unknown e-mail attachments before opening
them. They can contain destructive viruses.
6) Remember that nothing you write on the Web is completely
private -- including e-mail. So be careful and think about
what you type and who you tell.
With these thoughts in mind, we hope to see you at larry-davis.com
for years to come :-)
Your Friends at larry-davis.com