Dotcom gathers the email addresses of individuals and businesses that contact us via email. We aggregate information from the pages accessed or visited by consumers. We also have information supplied by visitors, such as survey information, information requests, and/or website/mobile application registrations. Any of our product or service purchases needs your physical address, credit card number, and card expiration date.
How does Dotcom use the gathered information?
Dotcom uses the information gathered to better understand the demands of the client and deliver better services. We may utilize the information to-
- Improve the content of our website, products, and services.
- Promotional emails about new product launches, special offers, and other consumer notifications for website updates or other service-related information
- Visitor query solving
- Internal record keeping
- Dotcom may contact you through email or phone for market research purposes.
The information collected is used to customize Dotcom website according to the visitor’s interests. Dotcom has put in place appropriate physical, technological, and administrative safeguards to protect and secure the information it collects online from unauthorized access or disclosure.
A cookie is a little file that is stored on the hard disc of your device when you allow it permission. This traffic log cookie aids in the analysis of online traffic and informs us of the time you visit the site. Before being deleted from the system, the data is utilized for statistical analysis. Cookies assist online apps in responding to you as an individual. The information acquired allows us to adjust our website operations to your needs, likes, and dislikes. A cookie is completely safe, and it collects data to help the site become more user-friendly for users.
Overall, cookies assist us in customizing our website by providing information on which sites you find beneficial and which you do not.
NOTE: A cookie does not provide us with access to your computer or any other stored information other than the data you choose to share with us.
You have the option to accept or deny cookies. Most web browsers automatically allow cookies. You can deny cookies by modifying your browser settings. However, this step may prohibit you from fully utilizing our website.
Links to other websites
The website of Dotcom may include connections to other websites. You will leave our website if you utilize these links. We have no authority over that website. As a result, we are not responsible for any security or privacy information that may be gathered from you while visiting that website. Neither our terms and conditions nor our privacy policies are applicable to those websites. It is your obligation as a visitor to review the privacy policies that apply to that website.