We, at Get A Programmer, completely prioritise the privacy of all our clients. Our strict approach to data protection and privacy goes beyond all the legal compliances. For the ideal value proposition of the company, we believe in providing the utmost security to all the users. It is our fundamental responsibility and therefore it is imperative to us and also our employees.
Collection of Information
We collect personal information from both our existing and potential customers once you fill out the form. However, everything stays secure with us. Your name, IP address, email address and contact number guide us about your basic necessity, likes and preferences so that we can satisfy all your needs. We also keep track of how our website responds to you when you visit us.
While realising the importance of keeping this data secure, by submitting to us, you are also giving us the authorisation to refer and process this information according to our company norms and needs. But we promise it is only for work purposes.
When it comes to sending you the Request for Proposal (RFP), Request for Quote (RFQ) and Request for Information (RFI) or any other important project inquiry, we will ask you for personal information. If you are purchasing our products and services from the website, we will need your credit or debit card number and other related information. All this is highly secured, processed and also transferred, through high-level encryption modes and finally through the payment gateway processors.
We do not share any personal information of the customer with third party members, under any circumstances. Only our trusted partners and employees have access to this data, all after signing a strict agreement of confidentiality. We make analytical data and charts based on these data to check the company advancement and encourage more interaction with the customers, marketing partners, sponsors and more. However, these companies do not possess any independent right to share this information.
Get A Programmer may access its own cookies on your computer. However, none of this information stored in the cookies is made available to anyone, all the identifiable information is safely stored separately.