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We at Cabot Wealth Advisory take your privacy very seriously.

e-Mail Address

When you subscribe to Cabot Wealth Advisory, your e-mail address is placed in a database and used to send your issues of Cabot Wealth Advisory and occasional Cabot Heritage Corporation Updates and Investment Alerts. We will not sell, rent, or otherwise share your e-mail address with anyone.

You can remove your address from our e-mailing list by following the instructions at the end of every e-mail we send, or by visiting our Reader Services page.

Any e-mail you send to Cabot Wealth Advisory is considered confidential unless you tell us otherwise. We will not add your name to our e-mail list without your permission. If your inquiry is about an order or subscription, Cabot Heritage Corporation’s customer service staff will ask you to verify your identity by confirming information already in your record.


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Personal Information

We will never ask you for personal information–your credit card number, for example–except when you place an order. At that time, we will provide a secure (SSL, encrypted) connection and require you to submit only the information needed to complete and fulfill your order. Only authorized employees of Cabot Heritage Corporation (Cabot) will have access to this information. Cabot will not sell or rent this information to anyone, nor share it in any other way, unless required to by a law enforcement agency that takes the proper steps to require it. Please note that “personal information” does not include your mailing address.

Mailing Address

When you give us your mailing address, Cabot will use this information to fulfill your order or subscription and to send you information on other products that may suit your interests. If you don’t want Cabot to send you this other information, please contact our customer service department:

Cabot Heritage Corporation
176 North Street
Post Office Box 2049
Salem, Massachusetts 01970


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Cabot Wealth Advisory web site uses cookies to compile statistics on the use of the various pages on our site (how many people visit each page and that sort of thing) including Google Adwords conversion tracking and remarketing (showing you ads that match your interests).

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Contact Information

Cabot Heritage Corporation
176 North Street
Post Office Box 2049
Salem, Massachusetts 01970


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