Click here . Note that this may only be a temporary measure.

Ben Edelman documented some of their practices with Truste here and here.

To wit:

The TRUSTe ‘Click-to-Verify’ seal was placed throughout the site, and, where it appeared on the privacy statement, had not been properly implemented. TRUSTe requires that the ‘Click-to-Verify’ seal may only be placed at the top of the privacy statement and must link to the TRUSTe validation link.

The site was violating restrictions on the TRUSTe seal appearing on any pages offering downloadable software.

Finally, when used on a Web page, the TRUSTe Trust Mark must always link to the TRUSTe-approved privacy statement. On this Web site this was not always the case.

Alex
(Thanks to Ben Edelman)