The personal information collected by The Bankruptcy Group depends upon the individual’s use. Name and email addresses are collected for those who voluntarily sign up to receive our free newsletter. If you request a case evaluation‚ or one of our special reports or books‚ we will collect your name‚ email address‚ and telephone number. We reserve the right to use your information for any and all of the following uses: identification and authentication‚ services improvement‚ products and services provision‚ contact‚ and research.
The Bankruptcy Group will never share your information with a third-party‚ unless that third party is a colleague attorney or one of our service providers. Those colleague attorneys and service providers may need your personal information for the purposes of assisting you with your legal needs or to perform their duties‚ but are not allowed to use your information in any other manner‚ or share your information with others.
This website’s server logs collect information such as the IP address‚ the date and time of your visit‚ and the browser type and language‚ which allows us to see how visitors use our site and identify potential trends. We also use Internet analyzing tools to see how our website is used by visitors.
We use third-party vendors to provide the hardware‚ software‚ networking‚ storage‚ and other technology necessary to run this site. Using these services may require content that includes your personal information to be transmitted over various networks‚ as well as changes to conform and adapt to the technical requirements of other networks and devices. We take every precaution to protect personal information from unauthorized access‚ alteration‚ or disclosure.
DISCLOSING OF DATA
The Bankruptcy Group reserves the right to disclose personal information in certain circumstances‚ such as when requested for valid legal processes‚ or when your actions violate the Terms of Service. Information may also be disclosed to The Bankruptcy Group’s service providers‚ who may need your personal information in order to perform their functions. NewPoint Law Group, LLP may disclose personal information in situations where it may be necessary to investigate‚ prevent‚ or take action against suspected or confirmed illegal activities.