Privacy Statement


Thank you for visiting the MPS L.P. (MPS) website. The MPS privacy policy outlines the information MPS learns when you visit the website and how MPS uses this information.


MPS receives two types of information when you visit the site:

1.     information automatically collected 

2.     information you choose to provide


When you visit a website certain personal information about you can be collected automatically. When you browse through the MPS site, read pages or download information, MPS collects information to enable MPS to make the site more useful.


MPS uses browser information to help address any re-design of the site so the greatest number of people can view the pages correctly. For every visitor, MPS collects and temporarily stores the following information: 

1.     your computer's Internet Protocol (IP) address, a number automatically assigned to your computer when you go on the Web;

2.     the domain from which you access the Internet;

3.     the website address from which you came to the site;

4.     the date and time you arrived at the site and how long you spent there;

5.     the name and version of your computer's operating system and browser;

6.     the pages you visited. 

Some services on the MPS website use "session cookies". These are:

1.     small bits of text temporarily stored in your computer;

2.     used to aid searching and navigating the site; 

3.     deleted when you close your browser. 


If you disable cookies in your browser, it may cause problems with searching and displaying information on the MPS website.


MPS collects and stores no other information about you when you visit the site unless you choose to provide it. Notwithstanding the foregoing,

1.     If you send MPS an e-mail or submit an online form, MPS does not automatically receive your e-mail address. However, you need to provide it if you would like an e-mail response. MPS will receive no other personally identifying information from your e-mail unless you provide it. 

2.     If you submit a form on the MPS website, MPS will receive only the personal information you include in the form. 

3.     Children's Privacy: MPS collects no information from children under 13. If a child sends MPS an e-mail inquiry or comment, MPS will answer it, then delete the e-mail from MPS files. 



MPS will not disclose, give, sell or transfer any personal information about visitors to the MPS website to any third party unless it is required by law or for law enforcement reasons. 

Other possible uses of your information:

1.     MPS will only use personal identifying information to respond to requests made by you, in which case various people may need to see the information you provide in order to provide a response to you. 

2.     MPS may enter information you send into an electronic database to share with attorneys or investigators involved in law enforcement. 

3.     MPS may share information with government agencies that have public health or consumer protection duties, in which case MPS or those agencies may contact you.

4.     In other limited circumstances, including requests from Government or private individuals, MPS may be required by law to disclose information you submit. 


E-mail is not necessarily secure against interception. If your communication is sensitive or if it includes personal information, you can send it to MPS by postal mail to the address below. 

Merfish United, 83 Turnpike Road, Ipswich MA, 01938. Call us Toll Free: 1-800-777-7473.