In this policy, "you" and "your" refers to any person, entity, or organization using the Service ("Users"). "Service" refers to any products (paid or free, current or future) offered by Memm, Inc. Unless otherwise stated, "Memm," "we," and "our" will refer collectively to Memm, Inc.
We collect information when you access our Websites or use any of our Services, including the following categories of personal information:
Identifying information (name, email address, IP address, etc.)
Personal information (credit card information, financial information, billing address, etc.)
When you register with Memm, we will use our online registration forms to collect personally identifying information such as your full name, mailing address, email address, telephone number, educational background, professional information and credit card information ("personal data"). In addition, if you contact us via email, phone, social media, or through other means, we may collect the personal data that you voluntarily provide us at the time of contact.
Our servers automatically register visitor IP (Internet Protocol) address, browser type, operating system, duration of access, and referring Websites addresses.
For Users interacting with our Websites or Services, we may also collect various additional information, including:
Any content you upload to the Service, including images or notes
Details of the interactions you make with the Service, including date, time, and nature of the interaction
Technical data, including but not limited to URL information, cookies, IP address, type of device, device attributes, browser type, language, and operating system
Region data based on your IP address
We may use any information collected, including personal information:
To improve our Websites or Services
To develop new Services
To analyze usage patterns of our Services
To update you about changes to our Websites or Services, if you consented to receive such information
To contact you for marketing, if you have consented to receive such information
To process your payment
To prevent or detect fraud
To secure our network and our Websites
To maintain the quality and safety of our services
To proceed as legally required by government authorities
The information collected may be:
Shared with our team or outside parties who support Memm operations
Disclosed when legally required to do so by government agencies
Sent to necessary parties to process payment, which may require personal, billing, and financial information. Sensitive financial information is never stored by Memm.
Cookies store your preferences and session information, allowing you to remain logged into our Websites. Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored on your (the visitor’s) computer. Some cookies used by Memm may remain on your computer after leaving the Websites, but most will expire between 14 and 365 days. You can disable cookies through your browser settings, although doing so may limit functionality or your ability to take advantage of full customization and certain security functions.
We do not collect personal information about your online activities over time and across third-party Websites. However, because we link to social media Websites, these may include third-party advertisements and may collect information about your online activities when you visit this site. Not all tracking will stop even if you delete cookies.
Our data hosting Services are provided in the United States of America. The providers chosen use a variety of security measures to ensure protection. Although we are committed to implementing security measures to protect our user data, it is impossible to completely secure all data, given the nature of online and changing technologies. We cannot guarantee that data is completely safe and secure from intrusion.
Personal information is stored until you request it to be deleted. However, we may retain some personal information in order to meet legal and financial requirements, for dispute resolution, and to enforce our agreements.
Subscription data is stored until the subscription is no longer active. Once your subscription expires, data is archived, and security measures are enforced.
The user understands and agrees that in sending Memm any information through our Websites or Services, the user automatically consents to the transmission of such information for processing in accordance with Memm business practices.
You have the right:
To request your stored personal information
To request that we delete your personal information
To opt-out of our use or disclosure or transfer or exchange of personal information about you
Not to be discriminated against based on your opt-out status
To exercise these rights above, please submit a verifiable request using our Contact page.
You may change your personal information from the "Profile" section of the Websites. Users can have other information corrected by contacting us on the Contact page or writing to us at Memm, Inc., 2093 Philadelphia Pike #3337 Claymont, DE 19703.
You can opt out of receiving subscription email notifications through the "Unsubscribe" links at the bottom of any of our subscription/marketing/promotional emails. If this fails for technical or other unforeseen reasons, you can also write to us directly with this request through our Contact page.
Memm will maintain confidentiality of all communications that contain personal information transmitted directly to Memm.
Memm and our Services are not intended, designed, or directed to individuals under age 13. If you are under the age of 13 years, please do not use our Services, and please do not register on our Websites. We do not knowingly collect personal information from users under the age of 13. If and when it is brought to our attention that personal information has been collected from those who are under the age of 13 years, we will perform appropriate measures to remove and delete this information. You can contact us through the Contact page if you have associated concerns.
This section describes your rights under California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). For convenience, and as required by the CCPA, we explain how you can exercise those rights, to the extent they are applicable.
Memm collects personal and other information per the "Information Collected" section above. Information is collected for business/commercial purposes as described above. Information may be shared per the “How is the Information Shared” section above. Memm does not sell personal information, as is defined in the CCPA. Cookies are used per the “Storage, Security and Transfer of Data” section above.
Within certain limitations guided by the law, you have the right to request we disclose the personal Information we collect, including the right to request specific personal information that Memm has collected about you in the prior 12 months. You have the right to request that we delete personal information, to opt out of any "sales", and to not be discriminated against for exercising any of these aforementioned rights.
You may choose to exercise your rights by submitting your request in writing on our Contact page, via email, or through mail per the instructions under "Contact Us". To verify the authenticity of the request, we may use account information (including your email address) or request government ID. You have the right to assign an authorized agent to exercise these rights on your behalf. If we are unable to verify the authenticity of a request or authenticity of an authorized agent, the request may be denied.
These Websites contain links and references to products and Services that may include affiliates, sponsorships, or other business relationships in which Memm may receive compensation from referrals or sales actions.
MCAT is a registered trademark of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), which does not endorse Memm or its methodology. Memm is not endorsed by or affiliated with the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) or Federal State Medical Boards. "USMLE" is a trademark of the NBME and is used pursuant to the Fair Use Doctrine.
2093 Philadelphia Pike #3337
Claymont, DE 19703