Privacy Policy


The information solicited by and submitted to the Advanced Sports Data (“ASD”) site is considered confidential, is solely for statistical purposes and will not be shared, bartered or sold to ANY third party. We maintain the information to improve the quality of our site and to communicate with visitors who wish to receive additional information. An anonymous visitor to our site will remain anonymous in all cases. ASD does not attempt to identify visitors if they do not voluntarily register on the site. We do provide links to, but do not control the privacy of third party sites. Whenever in question, we encourage you to review the privacy policies of those sites.


When you sign up for an email newsletter or alerts about our products and services, ASD will use your email address to deliver the newsletter or alerts requested. To delete your information or to opt-out of any newsletter, please email us at [email protected], or click the link at the bottom of any of our newsletter emails.

ASD on occasion will send out 3rd party offers from our sponsors.  They will always be explained in that manner in a transparent way.  If you have any questions please contact us at [email protected]


When you sign up for service you subscribe to the ASD texting service so that we can deliver your service and send the picks you purchased. We may also send you additional offers and reminders from time-to-time. If you prefer not to receive text messages from us, respond STOP to any incoming text and you will be removed from our service. If you do so before the end of your service period you may affect our ability to deliver you your picks.


ASD is committed to continually improving the Web experience for our visitors. Currently, cookies are the most effective way of identifying a unique, anonymous visitor and their navigation during a visit. A “cookie” is a text file that is sent by a web server and stored in RAM while the browser is running so that it can be read back from that browser the next time a unique visitor returns to that web server. Companies commonly use cookies for on-line ordering systems, site personalization, and Web site tracking. Cookies allow the browser to “remember” specific information about the visitor such as last visit, time spent, or user preferences (like style sheets). When visitors to the site run into browser or HTML problems, cookies allow us to isolate their specific session in our visitor log files. This information helps to replicate the environment and isolate the problem. Cookies and registration are two methods that allow ASD to offer more features to repeat visitors/customers. ASD uses cookie information to understand usage patterns, to offer personalized features, or to isolate problems experienced by our users as they traverse our site. We do not use cookies for any other purpose. ASD cookies are terminated when a visitor ends their browser session. However, cookies may also be stored on your computer’s hard drive once you log off from our Web site.

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