Information We Collect and How We Use Them
Information You Provide Us:
H20 Mold Remediation Gurus may collect, process, use, share and store any information you provide us voluntarily. This could include your name, email address, telephone number, or other contact information needed to communicate with you about our products and services.
You have control over certain information that is collected online. You may change your preferences at any time by contacting us.
We will not sell, share or otherwise disclose your personal information to third parties without providing you with an opportunity to opt-out of such disclosure either when we collect the data from you or beforehand.
We use the personal information you provide us for purposes including:
The information you share helps H20 Mold Remediation Gurus understand what kind of content we should publish on the blog for your needs, your preferences for our products, and how to serve you best.
- Determining how suitable you are for some of our offers in accordance with applicable laws.
- Anticipating your needs and providing you with solutions before you encounter any problems.
To deliver quality service to you, we might share your information with third-party vendors. It is essential to know that we are sensitive about what we share. Our third-party vendors and partners are obligated to protecting your information to the fullest.
While we ensure that your information is protected to the best of our ability, it is essential to clearly state that no method of electronically storing data or transmitting information over the inter is 100% safe.
Compliance with Laws
If we are required or obligated by the legal authorities, we will share your personal information. But we will not do so if the law does not bind us.
Links to Other Sites
You may find certain links to third-party content or services on our sites. When you click on these links, you leave our website and access content or services on these third-party sites. We do not control what or how these platforms use your information. Ensure you also read the privacy policies of these sites, as their use of your data is completely up to them.
We do not intentionally collect or store children’s information. By definition, a child is one under the age of 18. If we have unknowingly collected your child’s information, be sure to contact us immediately.
As earlier stated, we’re committed to your privacy. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions regarding our policies.