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The Marcellus Drilling News website uses Paypal as a shopping cart and as a credit card merchant to clear credit card transactions. Paypal has strict policies regulating the data they share. MDN is not privy to your personal data on Paypal.
If you want to give MDN your credit card details over the phone, MDN will accept them. So you know: We never write anything on paper nor do we store credit card numbers electronically. All credit card information is entered via computer screen immediately so there is no written record. Your financial information is always 100% safe with MDN.
Names and email addresses (only) for purchasers of the Marcellus and Utica Shale Databook are shared with ShaleNavigator, who is 50% owner of that product. However, no financial information beyond purchase price is shared with ShaleNavigator.
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