At Bid4Mac customers are priority and we promise to protect their privacy. When a new user visits our site we capture some of their personal details but be ensured that your personal information is absolutely secure with us. We pledge not to share or circulate your information with others. The system captures your personal details like name, email id, phone number, address, etc. We also maintain a record of the system you logged through by capturing the IP address.
On your next visit to our website Bid4Mac, the database will immediately recognisewith your IP address, surfing the site will be much easier and simpler this time. Only our marketing team has the rights to use the captured data to send promotional offer in form of updates, schemes, offers, etc.
The information is also shared with our official third party companies which are legally bound from sharing this information with any other source. Understanding the sensitivity of the data, companies are committed to delete the details once the work has been completed. Bid4Mac does not take any responsibility of how the third parties are using the data.
Bid4Mac databases are secure and protected from any kind of unauthorised access. Only in cases where either it is necessary or mandatory, we share the details. The Personal information disclosure is done in compliance with Bid4Mac laws. If you feel that you do not want us to share your details with other then please drop an email at our customer support ID requesting the same, we will do the needful.
The website has none of the content that is of any use for kids under the age of 13 years. Bid4Mac do not knowingly collect information of kids under 13 years of age. We presume that only persons over the age of 13 years access our site and hence our not protected under COPPA (The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act). If by mistake a under 13 child has entered his/her personal information into our database then please send an email at the earliest to our customer care and we will immediately delete the information.
Whenever we visit a new website, the system stores a simple text file into its temporary directory called Cookies. These cookies help to recognise the user on subsequent visits to the site. You can delete the cookies folder from your system manually or can even change the browser settings to handle them.
Bid4Mac is not answerable or accountable for any malicious or infected emails received by a customer from a third party website. It is the user’s responsibility to protect their systems from any such attacks.