AVCLabs is committed to protecting your privacy. We will only collect your personal information for defined purposes. We do not distribute or share your personal information beyond what is strictly necessary to fulfill our obligations to you. We may share your information only with partners who adhere to AVCLabs's commitment to protecting your privacy. AVCLabs will not sell your personal information in any manner whatsoever.
What Information Do We Collect? What Do We Use It For?
When you place an order on our website, your full name, email address, mailing address, phone number, credit card number, and credit card expiration date will be required. The information is used to complete the transaction and help us provide better support and services to you.
Any personal information you entered will not be recorded by our programs and will not be used for other purposes. The videos and photos you upload to the program will be be collected by us.
How Do 3rd Party Credit Card Processors Protect Your Information
AVCLabs uses a secure server hosted by Paddle and other 3rd party credit card processors that encrypt all the customer's personal information before it is sent to us, including name, address, credit card number, credit card expiration date, etc. Encryption works to prevent any malicious use of your personal information. Your credit card information is only used for online transition.
Paddle is the leading digital commerce solution trusted by software and online services companies to grow their businesses globally. AVCLabs uses Paddle to provide you with very secure and fast online purchase.
In order to better understand what services are valuable to our customers, "cookies" will be used. A cookie is a small text file that a Website writes to your hard drive. Cookies work as your identification card and may record passwords, preferences and purchases. Cookies let the web page server know that you have returned to this site. Cookies also can determine other information, such as the daily visitors to our web site and the pages of the site most frequently visited. Cookies are unique and can only be read by the server that assigns them. They cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses.