This statement discloses the measures that Xtreme IT Limited (we, us and our) use to insure User privacy. If you have any questions or concerns regarding User privacy, please contact us.
A User is a visitor to any of our web pages or purchaser of a product or service offered by us.
We will not collect personal User information unless it has been voluntarily submitted to us via email, online forms, phone, or other media.
We will not partake in practices whereby personal User information is collected involuntarily. Personal information being limited to the User's name, business or residential mailing address, phone numbers, and email addresses.
We reserve the right to collect impersonal information about a visitor to our site. Impersonal data being the User's IP address and the pages visited within one of our sites. If impersonal data is collected, it will not be collected in a manner that will allow a user to be identified in connection with personal information.
We do not sell, rent, or market personal information to third parties. We reserve the right to transfer information databases (including personal data relating to you) to a third party if we sell, assign or transfer the assets of our company.
User's Personal Information:
The information provided as part of the order process is used by us in the following ways, unless stated otherwise.
As well as the domain registrant's name, registry WHOIS server searches may also display the registrant's address.
From 1 December 2002, the Nominet WHOIS will include address details of all domain name holders from the point when they register or renew their domain name. Domain name holders who are "non-trading individuals" can opt out of having their address details published on the WHOIS. In other words, if the registrant is not a business or organisation and – in the case of domain names registered to individuals – you do not use or plan to use your domain name for business, trade (such as pay-per-click advertising, etc.) or professional transactions, you may opt out of having your address displayed.
We are committed to upholding the eight Data Protection Principles of good information handling practice. Broadly they state that personal data shall:
If you would like more information regarding the Data Protection Act 1998, please visit the Data Protection web site - www.dataprotection.gov.uk
We take security very seriously and make ordering online from our web site completely safe.
Your browser will go into 'secure mode' as soon as you click the button to go to our secure online order form, before you enter any personal or payment details.
Being in 'secure mode' means that all of your details are encrypted to ensure they are kept secure. Encryption creates billions of code combinations to protect each transaction on our site, so your personal and card details cannot be viewed by anyone else using the Internet.
Our order form uses 128 bit secure socket layer (SSL) encryption, the strongest commercially available level of encryption. All your private data will be encrypted at all times whilst in transit over the Internet. You should see a complete key or closed padlock in your browser status bar which indicates that the encryption is taking place.
If you have any concerns about security, please contact us.
Order your Internet solutions today and pay securely online
|Buy with confidence
30 Day money back
Terms and conditions apply