Collection of Personal Information
We do not collect any personal information from you when you browse our website unless you sign up for information or send us an inquiry.
If you actively engage in discussion with us or become a client, we will ask you for personal information such as your name, address, telephone numbers and email address. We may also ask you for other information that would help us in proposing or fulfilling services for you.
How We Use Your Personal Information
If you are a Cremarc Client we may use your personal information to:
We will not pass your personal data to third parties except as necessary to perform our services to you or as required by the processes of the law.
If you are not yet a client but provide us with your personal information, we may use this to:
Sharing Personal Information
We do not share the information we collect with any third-party organisations other than that detailed above under How We Use Your Personal Information.
If we receive a Court Order requiring us to reveal your identity, we will do so.
If there is a change in the ownership of Cremarc or any of its assets, we may have to disclose personal information to the new owner.
Other Information We Collect
We also collect information from visitors to our website to help us improve our website and services. This information tells us, for instance, how many visitors there were to our website, when they visited, for how long and which areas of our website they went to. This information helps us to assess which parts of our website are popular or need improving.
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Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better website, by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not. A cookie in no way gives us access to your device or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us.
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