Thank you or taking the time to review IceMakerPro.com Privacy Policy. We care about data safety just as much as you. In this section, we will explain how we collect, store and use information about you. If you decide to continue using our IceMakerPro.com, you implicitly agree to the terms outlined in our privacy policy.

If you have any questions regarding our privacy policy, feel free to send us a message using any of the channels available on our contact page.

Types of Information We May Collect

In general, the only type of information we collect from our visitors is non-personally identifiable information. This kind of information cannot be used to identify you as a person. Information that falls into this category includes date and time of your visit, browser type, and your general area.

We rarely ask for personally identifiable information. In these cases, we never collect the information without asking for your consent. Personally-identifiable information can be used to identify you and includes full name, home or work address, email address or phone number.

How We Gather Information

When you enter our website, we automatically collect non-personally identifiable information using log files. Log files let us know when you entered our site, how much type you spent on a page and what pages you viewed while you were here.

We may ask for personally identifiable information when you set up a user account on our website, so we can verify you are the person you claim to be. We may also ask for some personal info, such as your email address when you send us a message or ask a question. Generally, we ask for information that would improve communication between you, the user, and our website administrators.

How We Use the Information We Collect

Non-personally identifiable information is used strictly for statistical purposes and to help us optimize our content. This type of information tells us what you are interested in when visiting IceMakerPro.com, the type of articles you prefer reading and how much time you are willing to spend on our website. With this information, we can tailor our content to suit the needs and preferences of our readers.

Personally-identifiable information is used to ensure we, the owners of IceMakerPro.com and you, the user, can communicate with ease. We may also use this type of information to send you newsletters or offers you may be interested in.

Sharing Your Information

We generally do not share information with third parties. We may occasionally share non-personally identifiable information to optimize your browsing experience and provide you with content that is relevant to your interests and needs.

We may also share your information with authorities or government agencies when we are required to do so by law.

Cookies Policy

IceMakerPro.com uses cookies. Cookies are harmless, and they do not provide us with personally identifiable information. Instead, they help us track your interests when you browse the internet. They tell us which websites you visited before coming to IceMakerPro.com, which sites you visited after and topics that interest you. We need this information to know what improvements we can make to our own website. They allow us to customize your internet browsing experience.

You can turn off cookies at any time from your browser’s settings tab. Bear in mind that some pages might not work properly if you do so. If you notice that happening, you can turn on cookies to see if the problem resolves.

Third Party Websites

At times, we may link to other websites, to provide you with more reference material. The present privacy policy applies solely to IceMakerPro.com. When you visit an external link, this privacy policy no longer applies. We cannot be held accountable for any data losses or damages you may incur while visiting third party websites.

Important!

We do our best to protect your privacy and valuable personal information. When posting on IceMakerPro.com, please refrain from posting any personally identifiable information in the comments sections. These sections are public, and as such, anyone can view your personal information. We generally view comments before accepting them, and we will delete this type of information from your comment. However, to ensure your privacy, avoid writing your full name, email address, phone number or personal address in these sections.

Avoid sending personal information using insecure channels, such as public WI-FI. Do not send personal information sources you do not trust, or who cannot provide you with solid credentials.

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