Stack Harbor Inc. is committed to taking every step possible to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of the data we collect.
As contained in the following, the term “visitor” includes visitors to our websites who are not yet customers, visitors who become customers and those who fail to register or subscribe for any of our services; this definition extends to include those browse, upload to, or download from, Stack Harbor websites.
When visiting our websites, our server will log your IP address and information pertinent to your visit such as time and duration of the visit. During this time, information about your computer system such as operating system, regional settings or web browser type may also be captured. Should your visit stem from a paid link, your visit may be tracked to reward the referee or affiliate who directed you to our websites.
When you visit or websites, we may also place a cookie on your hard drive. This will in turn help us better improve our communicating offers and services to you, and will never be shared with third parties outside of Stack Harbor’s organization. Should you not wish to download cookies on our—or any other websites, there are options and settings in your web browser which you may elect to employ.
Your personal information may be used to fulfill product orders, support requests, process payments, communicate with you regarding your account, better showcase products or services deemed to be applicable to your profile type, and generally improve your experience with our websites.
We may elect to use visitor information to send information about our company, products and services to visitors and establish contact when necessary.
When procuring Stack Harbor’s products or service offerings you will be asked to provide credit card information. Any banking information provided to us, either via our website or via our customer management interface is sent over a secure connection.
Your credit card information is only used for processing payments and will not be used for any other reason.
Should your actions breach our Service Agreement, or if we are under a duty to disclose or share your personal information to comply with law enforcement agencies, then we may disclose your information to a relevant authority. This may also extend to other companies and organizations for the purposes of fraud protection. We will only release information when we believe it is necessary to enforce our legal rights, to protect the rights or safety of others, or to assist with industry or governmental efforts to combat fraud, spam or other undesirable conduct.
Stack Harbor will endeavor to maintain industry best practices and strive to enact security measures to prevent and loss, misuse or theft of the data in our possession. With firewalls, encryptions and physical security measures in effect, there is no storing of any client data by third parties outside of our organization. Further to this, all of our employees and contractors or agents are bound by a nondisclosure and confidentiality agreement.