Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy
We use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our Web site. These companies may use aggregated information (not including your name, address, email address or telephone number) about your visits to this and other Web sites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, click here.

Information We Collect knows your family’s privacy is important. All information obtained by for things such as contests,’s newsletter, or any games will only be used for the purpose stated. We will NOT share your information with any other company or third parties, unless otherwise noted or specified. However, in order to participate in certain activities, we may at times ask for identifiable information, which of course, is completely voluntary. This may be in connection with but not limited to:

-subscription registrations
(such as e-mail newsletters)
-content submissions (i.e., bulletin boards or forums, comments, suggestions, or voting).
-contests or sweepstakes registration
-E-Cards provides links to other Kid related sites that are family oriented. We visit these sites on a regular bases but cannot be responsible for content on these sites. Please contact us if you feel that a link, and/or an Advertisement, is not suitable or is inappropriate for children. We will look into the situation regarding any concerns you may have and handle it promptly.

Internet Safety recommends that you discuss Internet Safety with your child. Children should never give out any personal or identifiable information without getting permission from a parent or legal guardian. Please make sure that your child understands what personal and identifiable information is. Here are some tips to help your child stay safe on the Web. Please talk these tips over with your child.

-Make sure your child never gives out his/her full name, address, phone number, age, or any other identifiable information.

-If your child receives anything or becomes in a situation that makes him/her feel uncomfortable tell them to immediately inform a grownup or a teacher about the situation.

-Remain interactive with your child. Share the experience of the Internet together.[For Kids]

-Make sure your child understands that he/she should always get permission before downloading items, before entering contests, or before subscribing to anything.

-Tell your child to never make arrangements to meet anyone off the Internet without your permission.

-Parents should not store their sign on password, as this allows easy access to an adult environment.

We at wanted to provide a safe place where your family can play, have fun, interact, and learn; has done just that. We hope you and your family will have many fun and exciting play days ahead at