Richa Content Writer has been granted a license to manage and operate this website and its subsidiaries (hereinafter called “Company”). This privacy statement can be modified at any time without prior notice. You can discontinue your use of this site if you disagree with our policies.
What Personal Data is Collected By Richacontentwriter.com and Why?
Visitors to this site opting for our services or general guests who wish to connect with us can utilize the contact us form on our site. The data submitted here is sent to our organization’s email address.
The data filled on the form is saved, and we use it for correspondence, future reference, and client assistance. By filling the form on this site or sending us messages, you consent to get emails from Richa Content Writer.
When a user visits our site, we collect information about their computer’s Internet connection and IP address. An IP address does not allow a user to be identified. The computer’s or mobile device’s collected data is saved. The information collected includes the browser type, type and mobile device of the user, as well as their location, IP address, unique device identification, and referring URLs.
In any case, we don’t utilize your data for advertising purposes and don’t impart this data to outsiders (except if there is a legal, security, or authoritative necessity). In the event that you send an email to our site, such data might be recorded at our end. When visitors leave a review on the site, we gather the information that appeared in the form, IP address and, browser used by the visitor. Our site utilizes cookies, for example, WordPress Plugin and Google Analytics, to follow your conduct on Richa Content Writer.
For How Long Will The Information Stay With Us?
At the point when you fill a form on our site or send us an email, the contact data shared by you will be spared and utilized by us so as to react to your questions. Such data may remain in our records until the site exists.
In the event that you leave a review, then its metadata is stored. This is so we can perceive and support any subsequent remarks instead of holding them.