Privacy

Nerdy Cow Policies

Nerdy Cow respects your privacy. Across our business, around the world, we will only collect, store and use your personal information for defined purposes. We use your information to support and enhance our relationship with you, for example, to process your applications to register as a customer, provide service and support, and share products, for services with you. We do not sell your personal information. At any time you may contact Nerdy Cow with any privacy questions or concerns you may have. You also may ask at any time to see the data you have given us and request correction or deletion. We strive to ensure a high level of security and confidentiality.

Privacy and Data Security

At Nerdy Cow, your right to privacy and data security is a primary concern. Below are the guidelines we use for protecting the information you provide us during a visit to our Website or support applications loaded on your computer. Visit http://www.nclnet.org/essentials to learn more about how to protect your privacy on the Internet through a consumer education campaign called Online E-ssentials, developed by the National Consumers League.

Nerdy Cow’s Privacy statement discloses the privacy guidelines for the entire domestic Nerdy Cow Web site. The guidelines at this site are applicable only to this domestic Web site. Nerdy Cow only asks for specific types of personal information In a few areas on our Web site and online customer support tools, we ask you to provide information that will enable us to enhance your site visit, to assist you with technical support issues or to follow up with you after your visit. It is completely optional for you to participate.

We may ask for your name, e-mail address, phone number, address, type of business, customer preference information, customer number and service order number, as well as other similar personal information that is needed to register or subscribe you to services or offers.

NerdyCow.com has no desire or intent to infringe on your privacy while using the Nerdy Cow site.

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