The National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum cares about your privacy. Any
information you submit to us on MiningHallOfFame.org will never be sold,
shared or provided to any other party without your express permission.
For details about the type of personal information our website gathers and
how it is used, see the items below :
- IP Addresses
We use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server, and to
administer our Website. Your IP address is used by the server to help
tell individual users of the website apart and to gather broad demographic
information in the interest of improving our site and service. It does
not give us your email address or any other personal information.
- Contact Form
Our website general Email Contact Form requires users to submit their name & email
address. This information and any other info you provide will only be used
to respond to your inquiry.
- Secure Membership/Donation Form
This site contains links to other sites. The National Mining Hall of Fame
& Museum is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content
of such Websites.
If you are getting promotional email or postal
mailing from us and would like to be taken off our list:
You can also send us an e-mail.
You can phone us at: 719-486-1229
You can send postal mail to the following address:
National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum
P.O. Box 981
Leadville, CO 80461
The National Mining Museum & Hall of Fame cares
about your security. The MiningHallOfFame.org website has
security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse
and alteration of the information under our control. Any
membership or donation you submit at MiningHallOfFame.org
is safe. Our website uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), the
industry standard for secure commerce transactions to transmit
your credit card information over the Internet.
Our website protects your personal information in the following
- Secure Membership/Donation
Form: When this form asks you for your credit
card information to pay for your membership/donation,
your credit card information is sent over the internet
in an encrypted method of communication using Secure
Sockets Layer (SSL). This means your credit card number
is scrambled during the transaction process, so that
the information cannot be read as it travels over the
Internet. You will know that the page is encrypted
by the following:
secure pages carry the Comodo Seal (similar
to the image at the right), certifying that our website
provider uses secure certificates from Comodo. Comodo is a third-party company that has
become a trusted "Internet Standard" in
authenticating e-commerce hosting providers.
- Most web-browsers will also notify you that a page
is secure in different ways. Most browsers will notify
you as you enter and leave a secure page. Also when
on a secure page, most browsers will display a "padlock" icon,
(similar to this one ,)
which lets you know that the information on the current
page is secure.