In order to determine customer service needs, Clipping Path India (CPI) may periodically collect generic information from users of its website fire the sole purpose of evaluating the overall usefulness and success of its website. This generic information does not reveal the identity of the visitor and may include: the name of the web site used by the visitor visited, how much time spent on individual website pages, the domains used by the visitor (.com, .org, etc.), and the visitor’s originating web page. In addition CPI may collect specific data about users of its website only when such information is supplied voluntarily. In order to improve the services CPI offers to visitors and customers, CPI may in the future increase its information gathering abilities. No information obtained about visitors to CPI’s website will be revealed nor sold to a third party unless authorized by the website visitor.
CPI does not send “spam” or “junk” email. In certain instances CPI may contact customers via e-mail to respond to messages, confirm purchases, or transmit information requested by a website visitor. In the event customers or website visitors receive any unwanted email from CPI, the customer may request that CPI cease sending such email.
CPI intends for its visitors and customers to feel that their privacy would be protected when accessing their accounts or when purchasing services from CPI. CPI uses specific security measures to protect data conveyed with a customer’s purchase and CPI requires its employees and subcontractors to protect the privacy of such data. Because CPI intends for the information about its visitors and customers it obtains and uses to be accurate, CPI will attempt to verify such information and asks that its customers notify CPI of any inaccuracies or mistakes in their online account data and bills of which they may become aware.
CPI’s goal is to meet client needs by strictly adhering to the instructions provided to CPI by the client. In order to accommodate the client’s needs CPI will revise work to correct errors that are the result of a misunderstanding but under no circumstances will CPI be responsible for any direct, implied or consequential damages that may be caused by such errors.