Certified2Serve is an educational product of Placette Services, LLC. Your privacy is important to us. We believe in providing an educational product that is safe and secure. We associate only with business partners that are of the same mindset.
Placette Services, LLC. uses PayPal to process your payments online and we respect their efforts in securely providing the financial payment services. We use Schipul Marketing to aid us in delivering education to the broadest market. We partner with Mindflash Technologies, Inc. to deliver the course material through a LMS (Learning Management System). Encryption and firewalls, among other efforts, are used to help secure your information.
Your Information — What Do We Collect and What Do We Do With it?
During the enrollment process, we collect your personal information in order to satisfy the legal regulatory requirements of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission and to identify you in order to deliver the educational process to you. The information that we collect is: your name, social security number, mailing address, date of birth, telephone number, age and email address. We also ask you for answers to validation questions that are used during the course to help ensure that the person taking the course is the one enrolled. We do not collect financial information. The financial payment information is collected by PayPal and payments are forwarded through their process to us for payment of the course(s).
If you are browsing the internet and review our site, we do not collect your information. You IP address may be used for marketing review and analysis, but not for record purposes. “Cookies” may be used to help in the quick processing of electronic information, but we do not link the browser information to any personal data which is supplied to us in the course of enrollment.
Any personal information that is obtained is used solely for the purpose of helping you become certified by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. We do not share, loan, or sell your information. Records are retained in compliance with regulatory agency retention requirements. Currently, records are maintained for four years.
Personal information is forwarded through training-session-reporting to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. The information is used to verify and validate enrollment and completion of the TABC course. After all requirements are met, records may be destroyed by shredding physical (“hard copies”) records, burning records, or by the proper deletion of electronic records.