Understand how information is collected on the account balance
Information that you may provide to us
We may collect information, including personally identifiable information, directly from you when you provide this information. For example, you may provide us with your name and contact information (eg, an e-mail address), date of birth, or other details of this nature when you sign up for our newsletter or participate in promotions or surveys on the site.
You may also choose to provide personally identifiable information about yourself when participating in forums or discussions on the Site. Please note that information you post in these forums can be seen or recorded by anyone visiting the site. Therefore, you should avoid publishing confidential personal information that you do not wish to make publicly available.
Information that is automatically collected when the credit is called
When you access the Site, we and our third-party partners and providers may automatically collect certain information about your visit using tools such as cookies, web beacons and other similar technologies. Information that is automatically collected when you visit the Site may include your IP address, features of your operating system, information about your browser and system preferences, data about the computer or mobile device you use to access the Website, unique device identifiers, and Clickstream Data (This page displays the page path you use when you browse the site.) We or our affiliates may combine information that each of us automatically collects with other information about you, including the information you provide.
To manage our automated data collection, we may place tags (often referred to as “web beacons”) on the pages of the site or in emails we send to you. Web beacons are small files that link web pages to specific web servers and their cookies. They can be used for a variety of purposes, z e-mails we send are actually opened and the articles or links are displayed by the visitors.
We also use third-party web analytics services, such as: For example, Google Analytics, on the Site to provide us with statistics and other information about visitors to the Site.
Do not track signals. Your browser settings may allow you to automatically send a “do not track” signal to the websites and online services you visit. There is currently no consensus among stakeholders on the importance of “not tracking” in this context. Like many other websites, advancedrooferseo.wordpress.com is not configured to respond to signals from browsers that are not tracked.