Privacy Policy

www.microsofttelephonenumber.com is that the sole owner of the information collected through the online site/call/e-mail. we'll not sell or rent this info to others in ways in which totally different from what's disclosed during this policy. www.microsofttelephonenumber.com collects information from the users at many different points through our toolbar.

Personal Info: We will ask you when we need data that personally identifies you (personal info) or allows us to contact you. At the time of registration, the user is needed to provide user contact data (such as initial and last name, E-mail address, communication address, Phone number(s), Personal symbol etc.). www.microsofttelephonenumber.com can use your contact details to contact you relating to the product and/or services you have got requested.

Billing Info:

 If the user registers to use the Service provided by www.microsofttelephonenumber.com, we are going to collect credit card data, and different payment information necessary to finish a payment from the user.  www.microsofttelephonenumber.com could use a 3rd party to process and verify credit cards for billing purposes.

PC system Info: We may ask for data associated with your pc. It includes data regarding the date of purchase of your pc, kind of pc, positive identification of your pc, build and model of your pc and/or any computer hardware, software or peripherals connected to that, condition of the pc, system and registry information regarding software installations, error tracking files and a few different general info. Whereas requesting support you will request for the matter to be resolved by taking control of your pc. www.microsofttelephonenumber.com uses qualified tools which permit the user to grant control of user pc to an expert remotely over the web, so the expert can diagnose or correct issues.

SECURITY:

This data processor takes each precaution to protect info of users. Once the user submits sensitive info via the web site, user info is protected each on-line and off-line. Once our registration form asks User to enter sensitive info (such as MasterCard number), the information is encrypted and is protected with the most effective of the encryption software system. Whereas on a secure page, like our registration form, the lock icon on the bottom of net browsers such as Microsoft internet explorer becomes locked, as opposed to unlocked, or open, once User is simply 'surfing'. Whereas we use coding to protect sensitive info online, we conjointly do everything in our power to protect user-information off-line. Finally, the servers that we tend to store personally identifiable info on are kept in a secure setting. In things that are needed by law, we might disclose some info regarding our users to law-enforcing officers.