Here at Conversions, we are serious about protecting your privacy online and while using our website. In this privacy statement below, we have stated in detail on how and why we collect your personal information and the steps we have undertaken to protect it. We strictly stick to the privacy laws of United Arab Emirates.
We shall change or update the terms mentioned in this privacy statement at any point depending on new technologies, business practices, and customer requirements.
What type of information do you collect and how do you collect it?
In most cases, the data we collect from users that visit https://conversions.ae/ is limited to – name, e-mail address, and phone number. We collect this information – when you subscribe to any of the website features, we offer or when you fill a form.
Why do you collect my personal information?
The information that we collect from any user may be used to – personalize user experience, improve our website features and offerings, and to enhance the quality of customer service.
What steps do you take to protect my information?
We have taken all necessary precautions to prevent the loss, misuse, or alteration of any personal data you share with us. All data collection is stored in our secure servers.
What are cookies and do you use them?
Yes, we do use them! Cookies are small files that most websites or internet service providers transfer to your system’s hard drive through the browser (only if you permit). These files help us to compile data about site traffic and user interaction so that we can improve our offerings.
Do you share the information you collect with third parties?
Conversions do not sell or trade, the data we collect to any third-party. However, we may share the same with trusted outside parties such as those who help us in running our website, conducing our business, or servicing clients, but such third parties are also bound to keep the information they receive secure and private. We may also provide your information to legal authorities, if we believe that it is a necessity to protect our or others’ rights, property, or safety.
What is policy on third-party links?