Privacy Policy

Information Technology Privacy Policy


This website is operated by, or on behalf of, Bradley Wealth Management LLC. To the extent that access, distribution or use of this site would be deemed illegal by governing law, such access, distribution or use is prohibited.


Bradley Wealth Management respects the privacy of its visitors and currently does not use “cookies” or other technologies to identify how its visitors make use of this site or for any other purpose. Although Bradley Wealth Management may track the number of visits to each of the pages of its website, no personally identifiable information is collected in the process that is not affirmatively provided by the visitor. This tracking information is used to help Bradley Wealth Management improve and enhance the website experience for all of its visitors.


From time to time, the Bradley Wealth Management website may contain links to other websites that are not controlled or maintained by Bradley Wealth Management. Please be aware that these other websites may have different privacy policies, which may subject you to different privacy practices. Please review the privacy policies of such other websites for information concerning what information is collected on such sites and how it is used.


We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of consumers, prospective clients, and clients, whether online or otherwise. The information on this website is limited to disseminating general information about our firm’s advisory services. This website also provides access to portals or sites of third-party service providers and links to additional investment-related content, publications, and applications offered by unaffiliated third-parties.

Our privacy provisions apply to this website and any online applications offered by unaffiliated third-party service providers engaged by us. We have confirmed that unaffiliated third-party service providers have proper security protocols to safeguard such information. It is important to note that our firm only shares non-public personal information (NPI) with third parties upon receipt of a prospective client’s or client’s consent, or if applicable, as otherwise described in our Privacy Policy Notice. 

We do not use “cookies,” and we do not collect or sell user data.  We may gather online metrics regarding a consumer’s, prospective client’s or client’s visit to or use of this website, the receipt of or reply to electronic communications, the viewing or clicking of other online content, and the use of our social media networking sites or other online applications. For example, prospective clients might provide their name, email address, or phone number to schedule an appointment with our firm using an online application. 

We employ the administrative, technical, and physical security measures to protect the receipt or dissemination of such information. These measures include using an SSL certificate and internal safeguards, such as procedures to ensure secure data access and transfer protocols. Our firm maintains a record of information received through online interactions as required by law and consistent with our Privacy Policy Notice. We also take reasonable steps to securely and permanently destroy any information or data no longer in use.


From time to time, the Bradley Wealth Management’ Privacy Policy may change. Bradley Wealth Management will post changes to the Privacy Policy at this site. Please review this Privacy Policy often so that you will remain abreast of Bradley Wealth Management’ current policies, including its policies concerning the gathering and use of information that may be collected on our site.

Effective Date: May 11, 2013


If you have any questions concerning this IT Privacy Policy, please contact us at:

Bradley Wealth Management, LLC
350 Tenth Avenue, Suite 1000
San Diego, CA 92101


This IT Privacy Policy shall be governed by the laws of the State of California, without regard to its conflict of law provisions. If any portion of this policy is deemed unenforceable, unlawful or void by a Court of competent jurisdiction, then that portion of the IT Privacy Policy will be deemed severable and will not affect the enforceability or validity of the remaining portions of this IT Privacy Policy.