What Data Do we store?
When you visit our site, register, place an order, subscribe to our newsletter, or respond to any survey, we collect information from you.
- Name/ Username.
- Contact details.
- Email address.
- Age/ Date of Birth.
How do we utilize this data?
Any information asked from Us/We/Our organization will be used in one of the following ways mentioned below:
- To customize your user experience(your information helps us understand your needs better).
- To improve our services (we constantly strive towards perfection and enhance the quality of the content we deliver.)
- To process your transaction and maintain a lawful record of it.
- To promote a survey for improving/introducing other services.
- To provide our users with constant updates.
When do we use user data for third parties?
When receiving your information from a third party when you get in touch with us, for instance, when you provide your Email address to your organization, this shows your interest in becoming our customer; we validate your information from the third party that provides us with digitalized scam detection systems. We also seldom gather information from social media sites. It is in your hands how much of your personal information is being shown to the public. You can modify these settings by going to your privacy settings.
How long do we keep your data?
We only store your data until we require that data to fulfil the service promised to our customers and mentioned in the policies. This is very similar to those who take your information to deliver its benefits on our behalf. We will no longer need your information or will store it. Once you call out/unsubscribe/cancel your plan, we will either delete your data from our system or depersonalize it so that we cannot identify you.
How do we protect your data?
We have implemented high-class security models and layers to protect/access/share your data. All the sensitive information like name, age, address, social security number, credit card number, and other information is converted into a secure packet and then transferred over a secure protocol called SSL. These packets are encrypted and can only be accessed by those who have the authority to access them.
In case of any queries, feel free to reach out to us.