Privacy policies have become essential for every business website. They give your customers peace of mind. They let them know exactly how and why you collect and use their personal information. And they’re actually required by law in most countries and states.
What Information We Collect and Use
We collect and access information that you provide voluntarily. And we alone own this information. We will not sell or rent it to any third party. We only use your information as a means for contacting you directly. Or we may use it to delivering products and services. We may also use it to better tailor offers to you in the future.
How to Access and Control Your Information
You can also opt-out of our communication system at any time. Simply contact us via phone or email. Contact us to find out what information we have collected from you. Then change your personal data. Or you can ask us to delete your information from our database. You can also express other concerns.
Security and Cookies
Any section of our website that collects sensitive information, such as payment details, is encrypted for your protection. We also take steps to protect your information offline. Only employees that need your information for payment verification purposes are able to access it.
If you have concerns about this policy, contact us via phone or email.
- TermsFeed. TermsFeed offers a wide array of policies for everything from websites to mobile apps and even SaaS platforms. You can select the one that most closely describes your business and make sure it complies with all the relevant laws.
- Shopify. Shopify offers an option that’s made for ecommerce sites. If you sell on the platform or have your own product based site, you simply fill in a few details and come out with a compliant policy. You don’t even need a Shopify account to use it.
- Better Business Bureau. The Better Business Bureau offers a fairly general sample that you can edit to suit the needs of your specific business.
For example, when the General Data Protection Regulation was implemented in 2018 for all businesses that collect data from customers in across the EU. This meant that every business that operated within the EU or with customers from the EU during that time frame needed to update their policies to comply with the new law.
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