We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer your personal information to third parties
without your consent, except as necessary to process your payment or comply with
applicable laws and regulations.
What personal information you collect from web side or app.:
An invoice or bill is an important written document that indicates the sale or supply by one
business to another business or consumer. It contains information about the particular sale
transaction, such as buyer’s address details, quantity, value, tax, and payment terms.
How you collect the information:
Some data points that will be collected are age, location, language, income, buying behavior,
interests, and activities.
Once this data is collected through previous orders, your team will be able to guestimate
and determine different buying behaviors that will efficiently develop future orders.
How you use any collected information:
How you keep information safe:
- To improve the customer experience
- To refine a company’s marketing strategy
- To transform the data into cash flow
- To secure more data
Experts recommend taking the following steps to keep your data as private as possible.
- Block ads and trackers. The ads you encounter while browsing the internet can
your data. Many websites also include trackers that can obtain your data, and businesses
can access this data. Browser extensions that block ads and trackers can create a privacy
barrier around this information.
- Use a VPN. When you browse the internet with a VPN, you tunnel information from
your device to a server. This tunneling hides your browsing activity, putting up a wall
between businesses and your data. The VPN will encrypt all your data as well.
Reconsider free apps and platforms. Social media platforms are free because they sell
your data to make a profit. The same may be true for any free app. That’s a reason to avoid
free apps or limit your free app usage to solely those from reputable companies.
For example, the free slack mobile app is probably fine since you can pay for Slack. But
some random free gaming app with no paid option might be selling your data.
Sign up for unimportant memberships with fake information. Nobody would tell
you to use a fake name, phone number or address for, say, your health insurance plan.
But that’s a trusted and necessary service with a revenue stream independent of your
personal data. On the other hand, non-essential services – say, a streaming subscription
– might sell your name, phone number and address data. Using fake information can
protect your data in this case.
Avoid linking your apps. Connecting your personal apps can make them more
convenient to use, but these apps will also share your data with one another. See if you
can go without connecting apps so that you don’t build more bridges from your data to