Information We Collect
You may visit our website without providing any personal information. However, if you choose to use our services or request that we send additional information to you, you may be asked to supply personally identifiable information (such as your name, title, company name, industry, address, email address, and telephone numbers). For example, we use forms on this site to allow you to contact us directly via email. We use the information provided in your email to respond to any questions or comments you may have. Additionally, we may also store your comments for future reference. Similarly, we use the information you choose to provide us to allow you to receive e-mail newsletters and receive additional information about our services.
Who We May Share Your Information With
We may share your information with third party vendors only to provide you with the services and information you personally request.
For example, we may provide your personal information to external vendors processing our outbound email communication or to shipping companies (e.g., FedEx, U.S. Mail, etc.) to deliver you the materials you request. If we are required by court order, a lawfully issued subpoena, or are otherwise required by law, we will disclose your information to the extent so required.
How To Change Your Information
Should you wish to update the information you submitted you can do so by emailing contact@PowerDigitalMarketing.com.
How We Notify You Of Changes To This Policy
It is commonly known that information transferred over the Internet is never 100% secure. For example, such information may be viewed by a third party while in transit or may be unlawfully accessed by a third party who hacks into an otherwise protected computer. Consequently, although we endeavor to protect the privacy of your personal information, you acknowledge that there are external security and confidentiality risks associated with the Internet which are beyond our control and that the safekeeping of information exchanged between us over the Internet cannot be absolutely guaranteed.