Privacy Policy

Welcome to ThinkCalls. The given Privacy Policy is aimed to explain how the personal data is gathered by us. Note that by interacting with our site, you are automatically bound to all the practices outlined in this privacy policy. Please take into consideration this document before you enter ThinkCalls. Furthermore, this privacy policy may be modified. In this respect, make sure that you regularly check it for any amendments. Ideally, whenever you use our site, review the privacy policy in order to understand how we treat your personal data.

Note: The privacy provisions outlined in this privacy policy are associated with ThinkCalls only. If you link to other websites, please familiarize with the privacy policies posted on those websites.

Data We Collect

We gather personally identifiable information, which includes - but not limited to - names, emails, applications, etc. Such information is voluntarily disclosed by our users and used to respond to your specific requests.

Cookies

We may use cookies and the other tracking technology in order to collect such information as OS, browser type, traffic data, and understanding in what way visitors interact with our site. Cookies are employed to improve our site and its features, making them more customized. The information they collect cannot be used to identify users. However, it is possible if personal data is previously tied to cookies. All the tracking information may be disclosed to the third parties.

Data We Disclose

ThinkCalls may provide your information to the governmental entities and other authorities in order to assist them in criminal investigation or fraud when: (1) the applicable law permits or requires so; (2) it is necessary for protection against or prevention of fraud, actual or potential, or illegal transactions; or (3) fraud has been already committed.

Data Security

We take generally accepted security measures in order to keep your data confidential. Only those persons and entities (who have agreed on keeping your data confidential) are given access to this information.