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and other personal identifying information.
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that Turd Words and its subsidiaries, affiliates and trusted vendors may
transfer, store, and process your customer profile in any of the countries in
which Turd Words and its affiliates maintain offices, including without
limitation, the United States.
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to inform you of other products and special offers from Turd Words, and
you indicate this preference when you provide the information to Turd Words,
Turd Words will honor your preference.
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other companies or organizations that have products or services we think may
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