Understand Your Privacy when on thebestdamninfo.com
This policy has been made to better give an understanding of how your privacy is used from this site. Please consider all aspects of every section mentioned below.
Here's what's happening to your privacy.
1. Is my privacy safe?
Yes, your privacy is safe when entering this site.
2. Do we collect any of your information?
www.thebestdamninfo.com does not and will not collect personal information unless the user decides to contact this site.
3. What personal information do we collect?
We only see your email when you email us. Other information will not be known unless the emailer provides such information when communicating with us.
4. How do we use your information?
Emails are for contact purposes only. We will not share your email with anyone else. We disregard all information when emails have ended. Your information is not used by us for any reason.
5. What do I need to be notified about?
Users that visit this website must be notified that third party entities, including Google, may be placing and/or reading cookies on your web browsers, or use beacons to collect data to improve ad display experience. To see how Google uses information from sites and apps, click here.
6. What is a cookie?
Cookies are text files that contain small pieces of data like a password, email, or recent search. Cookies are placed in browsers to identify and "remember" user information to make navigation, advertising, and browsing experience better to the user.
7. Is there anything we need to worry about when entering this website?
No, we value your protection, as we do with our own. Rest assured, that your privacy is safe when being on www.thebestdamninfo.com and we thank you for visiting our website.
This site is merely a referring agent due to its affiliated benefit with companies shared on this website. Please refer back above to learn more about your privacy and how it is used. Since we are collaborated with Google, you must understand their use of data collections and how it is used. You can find this information below to learn more.
Understand how Google Uses Data