Hey! It’s great to see you care about your privacy! We do, too.
In Klear we aim for transparency and believe that anyone who uses the internet should be fully aware of how its information is used. This policy, together with our User Agreement and Cookies policy, explains how we collect and protect your data provided through our website and how we use this information in connection with our service offered by it.
How we collect information and why
When you use Klear we ask for your email address. We use it for authenticating your identity to log you into your account and to send you an email with useful advices and information about Klear.
The data you put in our budget management tool is considered as anonymous and we will use it only as aggregated for general statistics and analysis.
Like most websites on the internet, we also collect anonymous information that your web browser makes available through cookies: your browser type, the website that linked you to Klear, your city, the date and time of your visit, etc. Our primary purpose in collecting this information is to provide services and features that most likely meets your needs, and to customize our service to make your experience better. See more in our Cookies Policy.
How we protect your data and ensure security
We aim to do all the necessary things to guarantee the security and confidentiality of your data.
For transmitting data to us, we use a SSL certificate (https) that encrypts all of your personal information. This encryption process ensures that the information you give us is protected against unauthorized use.
All the information you give to us is stored on secure servers that are protected and only Klear has access to it. It’s important to know that your password is encrypted with one way hashing algorithm and is known only by you. For additional security we recommend you keep it confidential and change it from time to time.
Are we going to send your information to someone else?
We might share information only to third parties that help us provide and facilitate our services to you (like MailChimp, which we will send you e-mails through). These companies may have access to personal data (in the example given MailChimp will know only your email), that is necessary for those services, but they are not allowed to share and use this data for other purposes.
We might update this page in the future. If we do, we’ll let you know of all significant changes by sending you an email or by placing a prominent notice on the site.
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