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Privacy Policy

At Nostomania, your privacy is very important to us. The only personal information we collect from you is the minimum we need to provide you the best possible service. What follows is a concise summary of our privacy practices.

To use Nostomania, you need to register using our online registration form. For collection and wantlist management, all that we require is for you to pick a unique user name and provide a valid email address. We do not allow you to use your email address as your user name. Why? Because if you plan to buy or sell on the site, your user name will be visible to others. If this were your email address, it would be available to anyone using the site.

If you will be selling collectible items on Nostomania, you will additionally be required to have a valid PayPal account, as this is the only form of payment we currently accept. Nostomania does not charge any listing fees, but will charge a small commission for completed sales, as described in our Fees and Billing Policy.

Any of the above information you provide to Nostomania will be used strictly by Nostomania, and not disclosed in any way outside the company unless lawfully required by the government, or in the case of email, requested by you the user.

Information about collectible items you manage on our site will not be traceable to you. They will be referenced in population counts in the research area of our site, but this is in no way traceable to a given registered user.

You may not disclose your account password to any third parties. If you lose control of your password, you put the personal information provided to Nostomania at risk of being seen and recorded. You may change your password at any time using the My Account feature of the site.

Nostomania uses industry-accepted security measures to safeguard your personal information when transmitted over the Internet. All personal information is encrypted prior to transmission.

We allow Google to serve ads on a portion of our web pages, and encourage our users to review Google's Privacy and Terms Statement.