What “Personally Identifiable Information” is?
“Personally Identifiable Information” alludes to any information that recognizes, locates, or contacts the person to whom such information concerns. This information includes name, address, fax number, email address, phone number, credit card details, and social security number contact, or locate the person to whom such information pertains, including, but not limited to, name, address, phone number, fax number, email address, financial profiles, social security number. And does not include anonymously collected information.
We may collect basic user profile information from all of our Visitors and additional information from our allowed visitors such as name, address, email address, and phone number.
Besides our direct information collection, our third parties may collect this information from our visitors or authorized users. As they may provide services such as insurance, credits, and escrow. This is not in our control how they use such information, but we ask them to divulge how they use our visitors’ information.
How do we use Personally Identifiable Information?
We use it to make specific offerings of our service and to consider buying and selling requests on this website. We may inform our users through email regarding their certain actions (purchasing) or to contact them or provide requested information.
To whom we share this information?
We share this personally identifiable information with our allowed customers who desire to test possible transactions with other allowed customers. We may share the grouped information of our visitors with our affiliated partners and third-party dealers. Likewise, we also provide the option to stop being contacted by us or by agencies contacting from our side.
Note that this information is securely stored and is out of reach to third parties.
How do we use login information?
We use login information including ISPs, IP addresses, and browser types to inspect trends, track the user’s usage and gestures, and manage the site.
What visitors and authorized users’ information third-parties have access to on the Site?
Such dealers may have an approach to specific Personal Information for service eligibility. We do not control how they collect or make use of this information. We only disclose this information at the request of law or for the safety of our valued customers and visitors.
How does the Site keep Personally Identifiable Information secure?
We limit the information of our users to qualified employees who have a password to access the information. Our security system is being audited regularly. Encryption protocols protect sensitive information such as social security numbers or credit card details to send over the internet.
While we take reasonable measures to keep the site secure, electronic communications and databases are subject to tampering, errors, and break-ins, and we cannot warrant or give a guarantee that similar events won’t occur, and we won’t be responsible to users for any such occurrence.
How can Visitors correct any Personally Identifiable Information?
Our Visitors and allowed customers may contact us by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org to improve information regarding them or to accurate any blunders.
Can a Visitor deactivate or delete Personally Identifiable Information on this site?
We provide our users with the process to delete/deactivate their Personally Identifiable Information from the database by contacting us. However, it may be impossible to cut out the visitor’s arrival without keeping some information. This is because of the records of deletion and backups. A visitor who requests the deletion of personal information will have this information functionally deleted for him, and we will not use, transfer or sell this information.
You have the following rights under the data protection law
- The right to admittance
- The right to deletion
- The right to limit processing
- The right to rectification
- The right to be against processing
- The right to data transferability
- The right to complain
- The right to take back agreement