Information protection policy
obd2-diagnostic.com highly values our visitors and customers’ privacy and does our best to keep the collected information from unauthorized abuse. The following are our Information protection policies.
-Data about you will never be shared with the third party.
-Employees in our company are contracted to confidentiality clauses.
-Your email address will never be shared or abused.
-We do not store any data about you that is excessive to our requirements.
-We do not track or store personalised details about your web browsing.
-Customer data is stored securely and disposal of these paper records is via shredding.
-You are entitled to request a copy of the data we have on record about you or your orders.
Sometimes we request e.g. credit card scans or bill copies for verifications of first order payment, this is only a standard anti-fraud measure, we will cancel all your submitted data immediately after the verification check on your order. You are entitled to request us to cancel your account, but we will store your data from previous orders for accounting and anti-fraud purposes.
Customers information that we collect
The information we collect about our customers includes Email, Name, Company Name, Street Address, City, Country, Post Code, Telephone Number and Password.
“Cookies” are pieces of information generated by a Web server and are stored in users’ computer, ready for future access. Each time you access our web site; our Web server finds the relevant cookie in your computer. The information contained within that cookie is then used to customize your experience with our site.
What financial data does obd2-diagnostic.com hold?
Since all credit card payments are handled through Paypal, obd2-diagnostic.com does not have access to any of your financial details except the name, email address, and billing address submitted through Paypal. Payment using Paypal during the obd2-diagnostic.com checkout process is a secure encrypted process.
Who has access to your personal information?
Our employees who are responsible for handling your account have access to your information. In addition, our technical team may have access to your information in order to conduct routine checks on the integrity of our system and to perform necessary maintenance work.
The credit card processing companies will have access to your credit card information, billing address, name, and possibly your telephone number because we have to consult with a credit card processing company to process your credit card. These processing companies are regulated by the banking industry and must meet certain security requirements in order to be in business. The processing company will communicate with the issuing bank of your credit card in order to get final approval to charge your credit card for the product or services we are providing for you. Should you choose to receive additional information regarding one of our services or products, we may pass your email address to one of our partners who offers similar products or services that you might be interested in. Additionally, judicial requests by a duly authorized court will require us to divulge certain information regarding your account should that situation arise. Finally, should our company ever be merged, your account information would then become the property of the new entity.