Unisecure policies and procedures are subject to change according to the inference that Internet technologies are dynamically progressing and evolving, highly impacting the web-based businesses. Clients need to share information including name, address, telephone number, and credit card data with Unisecure in order to avail our services. Aforementioned information, generally regarded as private and confidential by the client are stored and transferred by Unisecure as a part of its service delivery and business procedure.
Moreover, Unisecure might even add customers email and other communications as part of smooth communication procedures related to its services.
Unisecure ensures the protection and privacy of customers’ information, account data and personal communications with its best possible efforts, aligned with legal and authorized interests of Unisecure, its associates, employees and its other patrons. Unisecure follows manual, technological, physical, and managerial methods to prevent any loss, misuse or alteration of any customers’ information.
Customers will stop receiving any service notifications regarding product/service update from Unisecure and Unisecure partners once they opt out for it. They can easily opt out of receiving any such notification by simply sending a request. Customer must specify the services availed from Unisecure, domain name (if any), contact details, and date of purchase (service). But customers can not opt out for Unisecure information which is mandatory for proper communication, service upgrading and maintenance.
Unisecure offers online personal control panel/account information page where customers may modify/update their personal information. However users can also reach us for any information update/modification through Unisecure Billing department.
Customers who have a domain name registered with Unisecure and are willing to change the technical contact from Unisecure to some other company, may send a request via mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that customer domain name registration information is made publicly available in the registry of domain names.
Unisecure will not at all disclose any personal or account information of its customers except for the situations where Unisecure finds that doing it is extremely important to identify, make contact with, or bring legal action against someone who may be causing harm or interfering with the rights or property of Unisecure, its customers, or other associates for legal reasons.
Unisecure may also disclose customer information and communications including emails and other electronic communications that it stores and transmits for the customers to some third party, only in the events where:
Unisecure disavows any edit or participation in review/monitoring activities of customer communications stored or transmitted through its resources. Unisecure will review, delete or block access to communications that may harm Unisecure, its customers or its partners. The basis of actions to be taken by Unisecure may include, but are not limited to, actual or potential offense of Unisecure Acceptable Use Policy which is sent to all customers.