Consent to Receive Text Messages
That’s Math sends up to 7 messages a calendar week and no more than 2 messages per day. Text messages are short and will not “overlap” into a second text message. Messages will NOT knowingly be sent directly to students. Math statements are intended for parents to receive and then share with their child. You may opt out at any time by replying STOP or PARA to any text message.
By opting in you grant permission for That’s Math to send SMS mobile phone text messages with math statements and occasional advertisements or solicitations. You may incur charges from your cellular phone service provider for receiving text messages, and agree to take full financial responsibility for those charges. You can opt out of the text messages at any time by replying to the text message with STOP or PARA.
Your phone number will never be shared with a third party.
That’s Math will occasionally contact you to ask how you feel the program is working. Our short surveys take 5 minutes each and will be sent by link in a text message. Participation in the surveys is not a requirement for service.
Privacy and Other Policies
That’s Math is providing this service in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty either expressed or implied. That’s Math (directors, officers, agents, owners, and affiliates) is not responsible against all damages, liabilities or costs, including reasonable attorneys’ fees and defense costs, arising from the use of That’s Math services.
That’s Math takes your privacy seriously. We collect some basic personal information from you to set up service. We will NOT:
- Sell your personal information to anyone
- Send you text messages, newsletters, promotional mail or email if you tell us not to
That’s Math will send text messages to phones belonging to adults only. We will not knowingly send text messages to children under 13 years of age.
We share your personal information with the vendors (companies) that help us send you text messages. All such sharing is subject to a legal agreement that requires them to keep your personal information strictly confidential.
If we have reason to believe that disclosing your personal information is required by law, is reasonable to protect someone from possible injury, or as part of a legal investigation, we may do so.