What Information We Collect and Why
In general, AudFun will never collect your personal data when you visit our website. But when you place an order on the website, you need to enter some personal information, such as your full name, email address, credit card number, mailing address, phone number, and expiration date, etc. in order to successfully complete the transaction.
Sometimes, you will be asked to use your email address to contact our customer service team so that we can resolve any problems that you may have with the AudFun software in relation to your ordering, downloading and installation, registration, and more.
How Will We Use It
We may use your personal information to verify your identity in order to finish the order. In other situations, we will use it to answer your inquiries and provide you with technical support, or to keep you informed about our latest products, promotions, software updates, and others. You can cancel the newsletter at any time.
We may share your personal information with trusted third parties who abide by our commitment to protect your privacy. We may also disclose your information to law enforcement or other government agencies in order to comply with applicable law or respond to valid legal processes.
How We Protect Your Personal Info
We are prepared to protect your above private information. We use a secure third-party digital commerce platform, Paddle, which encrypts all your personal information before sending it to us. Access to your personal data is limited to those who need it to do their job. In addition, our website servers are protected at all times to prevent the disclosure of any possible information.
With the purpose to provide better service and experience, we use “cookies” on our website. A cookie is a small file of text that contains a string of letters and numbers to let your browser know that you have gotten back to the site. It works like your ID card and may remember your registered login name, preferences, or other custom features. Cookies do not contain any information that can identify you, and they do not damage your device. They can’t be executed as code or spread viruses.
Many web browsers need visitors to accept cookies by default. But you can still disable or remove cookies on your browser by following the instructions below. But, it’s important to be noted that you may not have full access to some of our pages.
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