The data that Second Form, LLC, a Florida limited liability company, collects and maintains is as follows:
Information that you provide to us
Second Form receives and stores all information that you enter on our contact request page. This includes:
Your first name, last name, e-mail address, phone number, and company name.
Information that we automatically receive
Second Form receives and stores certain information whenever you download web pages, or send us e-mail or forms. For example:
- We identify the numerical IP address assigned to your computer by your Internet Service Provider, and certain other information arising therefrom.
- E-mail Correspondence: We archive all e-mail sent in and out of our network, and we identify the origination IP address of all mail sent into our network. We require that you refrain from "forging headers" or sending "SPAM".
Protection of your privacy
Second Form will release data when we believe the release is appropriate to comply with applicable law, to enforce our rights, and for and in connection with our general business purposes.
We use the information that you provide for such purposes responding to customer service inquiries, loss prevention, improving our service, communicating with you, and allowing our clients to provide customer service and fulfill their obligations to you. Second Form’s employees have access to your information in connection with their employment activities.
We use third party software to store contact information you share with us for communication purposes. We do not share your personal information with any other third parties, unless required by law. Second Form will not sell your information to an independent third party for any reason.
In the event you receive communications from us and wish to opt-out, you may contact us via e-mail or postal mail with your request.
Second Form does not request, or knowingly collect identifiable information from children under the age of 18. Second Form does not offer children any promotions involving games, prizes, or any other activity that would induce a child to divulge personal information.