Human Rights Policies

HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRAFFICKING POLICIES

This website, operated by DTI Services, Inc. and DI Serve Limited, maintains a zero-tolerance policy for human rights violations including human trafficking and child sexual exploitation. We are wholly committed to raising awareness of and combatting these issues. As a private online business that chooses to be conscientious of this problem, we pledge to implement internal anti-trafficking initiatives and maintain advocacy efforts to battle global human trafficking. In the event we become aware of any incident of trafficking, it is our corporate policy to take swift internal action and cooperate enthusiastically with local and international law enforcement officials assigned to investigating this vile abuse of human rights.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Reporting Human Trafficking:

Victims of human trafficking are encouraged to call 999 in the U.K., 911 in the U.S., or contact your local law enforcement immediately, and then report the incident and any associated content to us promptly at: contents@corporate-matters.com.

Reports of human trafficking can also be filed with the following organizations:

Human Trafficking Resources and Information:

We encourage all website users to learn about the potential warning signs of human trafficking by visiting: Polaris Project.

For more information about human trafficking in Europe, visit the following resources:

For more information about human trafficking in the United States, visit the following resources:

For more information about human trafficking around the world, visit the following resources:

CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION

Reporting Child Sexual Exploitation:

Victims of, or witnesses to, child sexual exploitation are encouraged to call 999 in the U.K., 911in the U.S., or to contact your local law enforcement immediately, and then report the incident and any associated content to us promptly at: contents@corporate-matters.com.

Consistent with U.S. law, we report apparent violations of child pornography statutes to: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Reports of child sexual exploitation can also be filed with the following organizations: