Generally, you can browse this site without disclosing to us what your identity is or uncovering any of your own data. The main data we gather while browsing the site is the data proposed for the worker logs. For example, the kind of program, working framework, IP address, space name, and data, for example, the website to which you are associated, pages visited, and the dates and dates of those visits.
After subscribing to a newsletter, contact us, request information, and send any comments you will need to provide some personal information: e-mail address and name, for example. Such information is collected only with your permission and stored in different databases and mailing lists belonging to Marcatuex.
If your browser accepts cookies when you login in with your account on our site, we will set a temporary cookie to determine.
After submitting Information through contact forms on our Site is sent to our company email, hosted by Gmail. We always keep these submissions for customer service purposes and we don’t share them with any third parties.
When we debug our product-related issue, often we ask you to share a license key, name, email address, copy of your website, or login details with us. As it is your website, you are the one responsible for its data and before sharing it with us we always encourage you to share a staging site and remove any personal information from the database.
We never store any information about your credit cards and all payments. We always handled payment gateways. All direct payment gateways are set by PCI-DSS as managed by the PCI Security Standards Council, which is connected to brands like Visa, American Express, Discover, and MasterCard. In addition, when you purchase anything or attempt to make a purchase through the Site we verify your credit card through a payment gateway.
At the time of activating the license key, we receive your website URL, name, and email address. We always keep records of URLs where the license key is activated.
Ensuring the security of your Personal Information is very important to us, but there is no way of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage that is 100% secure.
We have no control over and accept no responsibility for the content, privacy policies, or practices of any third-party sites, items, or services.