Responsibility: Limit Login Attempts Reloaded’s (AKA LLAR) responsibility to our customers’ privacy is described in this section. Unless required by law or as otherwise provided herein, LLAR will take commercially reasonable steps to ensure your privacy rights. LLAR is committed to developing relationships with customers that are based on trust and never will intentionally defy that trust.
Confidentiality. With the exception of trusted business affiliates and/or associates who work on behalf of or in connection with LLAR and can be subject to specific confidentiality agreements, LLAR will not provide or sell to any third party your personal information and will keep all customer information confidential. LLAR will share information in the following situations :
- To avert, scrutinize, or take action regarding illegal activities, any situations involving threats to the physical safety of a person, potential fraud, violations or suspected violations of our Terms of Service, or as otherwise required by Federal or Florida State law.
- Certain customer information (domain name) might need to be shared with a third party in order to activate some LLAR services.
- If LLAR is merged with or acquired by another company, LLAR may transfer the information about the customers to that company and will notify their customers about the change.
- LLAR will respond to court orders, subpoenas, or other legal process, and will make use of the customers information as necessary to exercise or establish LLAR’s legal rights or defend against any legal claims.
Encryption: When customers order from LLAR all of the customer’s personal information is protected, the transmission of personal data is encrypted. LLAR uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), which is the industry standard for encrypting all personal information (name, address and credit card numbers), provided by Authorize.net.