Nacho Cove Inc. recognizes that your privacy is important. This policy is in effect on all websites owned or maintained by Nacho Cove Inc. If you have any questions or concerns about this disclosure, please contact us. If this policy changes, such changes will be reflected in this document.

YOUR EMAIL DATA WILL NEVER BE ON OUR SERVERS

Information We Collect

Certain cookies may be embedded in the marketing web site. They are used for the purposes of improving your browsing experience.

We collect anonymized Google-Analytics data from the marketing web site to help us understand the number of visits, referrers etc. We cannot use this data to identify any individual users. All data that we see is password protected and does not enable individual user identification.

User Communications

Your email contents will never, ever be on our servers.

If you sign up for our service, we will retain your email address. This will be maintained in our CRM database, password protected and never disseminated. It may potentially be used to occasionally let you know of major upgrades or other Nacho Cove news.

If you send us any email or other forms of communication directly, this information may be retained by us to provide better service. We currently use a third party CRM system to provide support services, so if you contact us for support your email address, and the support request will pass through this third-party’s infrastructure. If you sign up for information or follow-up contact requests the data you enter will be maintained in our CRM database. This information is password protected and will not be sold or disseminated. It may be used by us to institute and provide the service that you requested. This information will persist in our CRM systems.

User Data

Again, your email contents will never, ever be on our servers.

If you sign up for our service, we will retain your email address. This will be maintained in our CRM database, password protected and never disseminated. It may potentially be used to occasionally let you know of major upgrades or other Nacho Cove news

User and Device Performance Logs

Certain anonymized data is gathered by us to provide a solid product experience. Such data is anonymous in nature, and is gathered to ensure that certain networks or other technical and user problems can be proactively found and fixed. In certain cases anonymized debug logging information can be sent via your explicit consent to help us find and fix any issue you may be having.

Logs

When you visit our site, certain information is automatically collected by our servers. This includes the web request, IP address and other information about your browser. There may be cookies collected that uniquely identify your browser.

Partner Services Credentials

In some products that we sell, you may need to enter identification information before you can connect to the underlying service. In this case, that information may be stored on your device. It will be solely used for connection to the underlying service. It is likely that you have
already stored that information on the device to connect to that service.

Partner Services Information

In some cases and in some product offerings, you may deliver information from your online services to the Nacho Cove products on your device. Although this information may pass through the product, none of it will be collected or retained or used for any purpose other than that which you authorized it for. A Nacho Cove product may communicate with those on-line services which you have authorized and send your information to those services.

Sharing of Information

Nacho Cove Inc. will not share, sell or lease your personal information to companies outside of Nacho Cove Inc. unless one or more of the following is true:

  1. The information is necessary to provide you the service through partners, and such partners have a privacy policy that is in compliance with ours
  2. We are acquired or merge with another company
  3. You have asked us to share it, or have given your explicit consent
  4. We have a good-faith belief that such sharing is necessary to a) satisfy any applicable terms of service violations or potential violation b) address security, technical or fraud issues or c) satisfy any applicable legal, regulatory or enforceable law-agency request.