Do Not Sell

Last Updated: June 1, 2019
Effective Date: June 1, 2019

Privacy Toll Free, LLC does not sell your personal information to third parties, so no opt-out or opt-in choices apply. When you sign up for CCPA Toll Free, you can embed this privacy preferences request manager in your privacy policy and/or Do Not Sell page:

If you would like to exercise any of your other California Consumer Privacy Act rights, please email us at or call us toll free at 1-866-I-OPT-OUT and enter Service Code 1. Here is a summary of your CCPA rights:

You have the right to know, to the extent applicable:

  1. The categories of sources from which we collected personal information about you.
  2. The categories of personal information we collected about you.
  3. The categories of personal information that we disclosed about you for a business purpose.
  4. The categories of third parties with whom we share personal information.
  5. The categories of personal information we sold about you.
  6. The categories of third parties to whom we sold your personal information, by category, for each third party to whom we sold the information.
  7. Our business or commercial purposes for collecting or selling personal information.
  8. The specific pieces of personal information we collected about you.

You have the right to request, to the extent applicable:

  1. That we do not sell your personal information to third parties.
  2. That we delete your personal information.
  3. That we provide you with a copy of your personal information that we collected.

Before we can respond to your request, we’ll need to verify your identity.  

See our Privacy Policy under the caption “California Consumer Privacy Act Disclosures” for more information about the CCPA.


Why is this page here and do I need a page like this on my website?

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) requires businesses subject to the law to provide consumers residing in California with the right to opt out of the sale of their personal information through a clear and conspicuous link on their main homepage called “Do Not Sell My Personal Information.”

If a business maintains a separate webpage dedicated to California consumers rights, it can put the Do Not Sell link on that page instead of on its main homepage as long as it takes reasonable steps to direct California consumers to that page.

The California Attorney General may also develop a, “recognizable and uniform opt-out logo or button” for all businesses to promote consumer awareness of the right to opt out. If the AG develops this, businesses should use it instead of a text link.

Personal information is information that identifies or relates to a particular consumer or household including name, postal address, email address, IP address, social security number, personal property records, purchasing histories, biometric information, internet activity such as browsing or search history, geolocation data, employment information, education information and inferences drawn from this information, in so far as it is not publicly available information.

Businesses may not require a consumer to create an account in order to opt out of sales of personal information, and they may only use the information collected during the opt-out to comply with the opt-out.

When a consumer opts out, businesses must not sell their personal information and cannot ask them to opt-in again for 12 months from the date of opt out.

Do I need to train my employees and vendors about the CCPA?

Yes. Businesses also need to train their staff who handle consumer requests about privacy, including making sure they:

Do I need to update my privacy policy for CCPA?

Yes. Businesses need to update their privacy policies to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act. What follows is a point-by-point list of requirements in the law as well as sample disclosure applicable to our Privacy Toll Free, LLC business. The sample disclosure below is lengthy because it tracks the CCPA literally. For a plain-English version of CCPA disclosures, see our privacy policy under the heading “California Consumer Privacy Act Disclosures.”