This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) applies to all personal information gathered on Prevail Infoworks, Inc. (“Prevail”, “we”, “our”, “us”) website (“Site”) This Policy explains what information is collected, why that particular information is collected, how it will be used and how we will protect your personal information. By using the Site and providing your personal information you consent to the data collection and use described in this Policy. Prevail has the rights to change this policy at any time, your continued use of this Site will mean you accept these changes. If you have any questions about this Policy or the protection of your information, please contact us at

This Site contains links to other non-Prevail website operated by or on behalf of Prevail such as social media pages (“Third-Party Sites”) which are provided as links. Clicking on Third-Party Site links may allow the third party to collect or share information about you. These Third-Party Sites may have their own Privacy Policy and Term of Use.

Personal Information

Through interaction with the Site, personal information, which is information that can identify an individual or correlate to identifiable information, may be collected. Personal information is only collected through direct interactions where the users volunteers their contact information. Some areas of our Site collects contact information which will be used to contact you regarding your inquiries, subscription to our newsletter, for the specific purpose for which it was volunteered or otherwise necessary.


We do not share your contact information with any third party, except by law or regulation when requested by government authorities, without your consent. We use physical, electronic and administrative safeguards to protect your personal information however these safeguards do not apply to Third-Party Sites. In the event your personal information is acquired by unauthorized persons by law Prevail will notify you by email, or U.S. mail.

California Users

Under California’s “Shine the Light” law, California residents can request, from business with whom they’ve had an established business relations, in writing a list of categories of personal information that has been disclosed to third parties for direct marketing purposes during the immediately preceding calendar year. To request the above information contact us at


You are able to opt-out of receiving any communications from us at any time by contacting us and requesting to remove your contact information from our database by contacting us at We cannot withdraw any previous disclosures made with your authorization.


If any of your contact information changes or corrections please email with the updated information.