HoxPlus FZE recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of our visitors to the HoxPlus FZE Site while permitting us to conduct legitimate business by providing services and information of interest to them. By disclosing personally identifiable information to us, you agree to the terms stated herein.
Collection and Storage of Information
We will collect certain personal information when you participate in a survey, contact us with questions or offer feedback on the HoxPlus FZE Site. In connection with such activities, you may be asked to provide your name, mailing address, telephone number and email address. We may maintain this information in our computer system.
At the present time, we do not collect any personally identifiable information from children or from individuals who could be recognized as minors. If we do so in the future, we will comply with the requirements of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.
We may use "cookies" to recognize you and your access privileges on the HoxPlus FZE Site, as well as to trace usage of the HoxPlus FZE Site. A cookie is a piece of information that is sent to your Web browser from a Website and stored on your computer's hard drive. Each time you return to the HoxPlus FZE Site, we are able to identify you as a previous or registered visitor. Cookies also enable us to measure the HoxPlus FZE Site traffic, including the number of repeat versus new visitors, the time users spend online, and their navigation behaviour. Collecting this information allows us to make changes that improve the HoxPlus FZE Site.
Use of Information
The information that we collect is used to contact you in the event follow-up communications are necessary, to analyze the survey results, to verify the statistical accuracy of the survey, to notify you of offers and services, to improve the HoxPlus FZE Site, for development of new products and services, and for systems administration and troubleshooting purposes. Sometimes we hire companies to help us analyze the survey results and to mail interested parties offers and information on products and services. In those instances, we need to share your information with them. These companies will be authorized to use the information in the same manner in which we have been authorized. In rare instances, we will disclose personally identifiable information to necessary parties to protect the HoxPlus FZE Site or visitors to the HoxPlus FZE Site, or to enforce compliance with our Terms and Conditions of Use.
We may share personally identifiable information within the HoxPlus FZE family of companies. You will be offered the option to not have your personally identifiable information shared with parties outside the HoxPlus FZE family of companies. Information concerning individuals' usage of the HoxPlus FZE Sites will not be disclosed to third parties except in an aggregate form (e.g., "45% of the visitors to the HoxPlus FZE Site are repeat visitors").
Please be aware that if you disclose personally identifiable information on Website message boards or chat areas, that information may be collected and used by third parties without our knowledge and may result in unsolicited communications from third parties. Such activities are beyond the control of HoxPlus FZE.
Security of Private Information
We would like to be able to assure you that the information provided is absolutely safe. Unfortunately, several well-publicized instances of computer security breaches make it impossible to be so confident. We will take reasonable steps to protect the information you provide us from theft, alteration or unauthorized inspection.
All personally identifiable information you provide to us is on a voluntary basis. If you do not wish to reveal such information, you are free simply to ignore these offerings.
You may review and approve the information about you collected while visiting the HoxPlus FZE Site by contacting support@eeHosting.com. Upon your request, we will correct personal information that you state is erroneous or remove any information from our computer system. Requests for the correction or removal of information should be directed to support@eeHosting.com.
Links to Other Sites
Privacy Policies of HoxPlus FZE Affiliated Companies
We take credit card fraud seriously in order to insure our customers the best possible protection of their credit card information. We log and track all IP addresses and use them to trace any fraudulent transactions. We report any fraud attempts to the related local/international organization.
We do not collect credit card details in our system or database and not sold, shared, rented or leased to any third parties. All credit card details are processed by our financial institution in a secure environment.
To discourage fraud we do not list all the ways we check credit cards for authenticity here. At HoxPlus FZE we go out of our way to make sure that the person placing the order is indeed the person authorized to use the credit card account.
We ship no products or allow any downloads until the process is complete.
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