We collect your personal information (name, email address, phone number, mailing address, and credit card information) upon registering on our website as it would be impossible to enable sales for home projects without some information pertaining to your official identity.
We ask for your name and contact information when you fill out our ‘Get a Quote’ form, and we ask for the same in addition to your credit card information when a job of your request requires a said payment.
The information we collect when you register, accept a bid on your home project, sign up to our newsletter, give feedback to our marketing correspondence, or surf our website is used in the following ways:
Our QA and programming personnel periodically scan our website for security weaknesses to make your browsing experience free from any security loopholes.
Your personal contact information is only accessible to a handful of people who have authority access rights and who are required by law to keep it confidential. Moreover, any sensitive data you provide us with is stored cryptographically; the credit card information you use to purchase/bid a service is encrypted with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.
All payment transactions associated with your account are processed by a gateway provider and aren’t stored or managed on our servers.
You can turn off your cookies by going to your browser settings. If you don’t know how to disable your cookies, go to your browser’s Help Menu to modify your cookie preferences.
Some site features may be lost when cookies are deactivated but the site’s navigational experience will remain unaltered and you will still be able to place orders.
We will never sell or share your Personally Identifiable Information (PII) unless we send you an advance notice. The parties that can access your PII are the main suppliers of services featured on our open platform, and they help finance Burglary.com by giving us a small percentage in return for each successful sale.
When a homeowner accepts an offer a contractor makes on a project, they can use our open platform to chat live for further correspondence. At some point, however, they will need a homeowner’s PII to contact them via phone or email to speed up the process of home Burglary, renovation, or recovery.
Occasionally, certain contractors will have their own websites mentioned within their profile information. These websites may have different privacy policies exclusive to them and which do not apply to us.
Our advertising standards meet those of Google’s Advertising Principles and are applied to maintain a professional marketing atmosphere for users. Currently, we do not use Google AdSense for Burglary.com, but we may do so down the road.
By following CalOPPA guidelines, we agree to the following:
We honor the user’s wish to be anonymous and do not place cookies or ads when they use a Do Not Track (DNT) browser to visit our site.
We allow our network of contractors to use behavioral tracking to recommend home projects that you might be interested in or that are related to previously completed ones.
We only accept account holders who are at least 18 years of age.
We follow the Fair Information Practices Principles to give users the freedom to be anonymous and limit the dissemination of their Personally Identifiable Information although, doing so will limit how easy it is for contractors to reach them regarding their home projects and other requests.
The Fair Information Practices we follow are:
The CAN-SPAM Act sets a standard for the use of commercial emails and messages by giving our clients the right to have these emails and messages stopped. Failure on our part to do so will be met with potentially harsh penalties for such a violation.
We collect your email address to:
Following CAN-SPAM guidelines, we agree to:
If at any point, you choose to unsubscribe from our mailing list, you can email us at the address listed below and we will remove you in due course.