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Privacy

Protecting your privacy is important to LawConsumers. We keep your pertinent information confidential. We deliberately call it ‘pertinent’ rather than ‘personal’ information because we only need the minimum and least intrusive information. By ensuring that you are aware of and understand the LawConsumers Customer Privacy Policy, we can provide you with a better service.

Please take a moment to read the following policy to learn how we handle your pertinent information.

Why we collect pertinent information: LawConsumers collects and uses your pertinent information to give you superior service, to provide you with convenient access to our products and services and to make a wider range available to you. In addition we use your pertinent information to keep you up to date on the latest announcements, software updates, special offers and other information from other technology and legal sources about products and services that can add value to your LawConsumers products. From time to time, we may also use your pertinent information to contact you to participate in a market research survey so that we gauge customer satisfaction, develop products or support for submissions to government in respect of legal reform.

This pertinent information remains totally confidential. It will be neither given or sold to others or any other organisation.

How we collect pertinent information:  we collect information about you in several ways. For example, we might ask for your contact information when you correspond with us, call to make a purchase or request service, register to attend a seminar, or participate in an online survey. In addition, when you sign up to LawConsumers services or ask to be included in an email mailing list, we collect and store the information you provide in a secure database.

Importantly, when we take a telephone order for a product and collect credit card details, those details are physically destroyed within 48 hours and the only record kept is with the bank which denies us and anyone else access to the complete record. Transactions completed on the internet are privileged with the bank and the only record kept is with the bank which denies us and anyone else access to the complete record.

To save you time and make our web services even easier to use, the LawConsumers website allow for you to create and store a Username and Password which enables access to the LawStore and other parts of the site. Next time you order something from the LawStore, you can simply enter your Username and Password – the system will automatically look up the information it needs.

LawConsumers ID” using your pertinent information

Here’s how it works:  simply fill out a brief profile – your name, phone number, and email address – then choose a password and password hint (such as the month and day of your birth) for security. The system saves your information and assigns to you a personal LawConsumers ID. Next time you order something from the LawStore, you can simply enter your email address and password – the system will automatically look up the information it needs.

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