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We value the relationship we have with our customers and are committed to responsible information-handling practices. We take great care in safeguarding your personal information and in complying with all applicable federal and state privacy laws and our own internal standards and best practices. LeanLaw follows these privacy principles both online and offline in the collection, use, security and sharing of customer information:
As part of your interaction with LeanLaw , we may collect personal information such as:
We may also collect demographic information, including age, personal interests and product preferences.
While shopping or taking advantage of services available from us, we may ask that you provide personal information. For example, we may request and/or collect personal information when you:
We use the personal information you provide for purposes including, but not limited to:
Information From/About Friends or Family
If you provide us information about others, or if others give us your information, we may store that data and will only use that information for the specific reason it was provided.
Information from Third Parties
LeanLaw obtains consumer information from third party providers in order to improve the accuracy of our customer database, increase our understanding of our customers, or to identify potential customers. For example, we get updated addresses from the National Change of Address (NCOA) service to ensure we have the correct contact information for our customers.
We use a single sign-on services that allows you to sign into your account using your third-party social networking login credentials such as your Facebook or Twitter accounts. This allows you to link your existing social network profile to your account. Once connected, you will be able to post content on the third-party site from and interact with your friends. You may also access certain profile information from your third-party social network profile such as friends, profile picture etc.
LeanLaw does not sell, rent or trade your personal information to third parties.
LeanLaw may share customer information with certain third parties such as our agents, service providers and other representatives acting on our behalf for limited purposes. For example, we may share personal information with third parties to perform services on our behalf such as:
We may also share aggregated data with third parties for analysis and research purposes. This data does not contain name, address or other personally identifiable information.
From time to time, we may be required to share personal information in response to a valid court order, subpoena, government investigation, or as otherwise required by law. We also reserve the right to report to law enforcement agencies any activities that we, in good faith, believe to be unlawful. We may share certain personal information when we believe that such release is reasonably necessary to protect the rights, property and safety of others and ourselves. We may also transfer personal information in the event of a corporate sale, merger, acquisition, dissolution or similar event.
Any personally identifiable information you submit on a bulletin board, blog, chat room, comment about a product, or any other public forum on this Web site can be read, collected, or used by other users of these forums, and could be used to send you unsolicited messages. We recommend that you do not provide your name, e-mail address or any other personal information. Please note that if you choose to do so, it is at your own risk and you accept full responsibility for those posts and any consequences that may arise from posting this information.
LeanLaw communicates with our customers through multiple channels and vehicles to keep you up-to-date on promotions, offers, customer experience content and new products or services.
Once you provide your personal information, we may contact you through direct mail, e-mail or phone. We may continue to communicate with you through these channels unless you request to stop receiving these communications by opting out. Before sending you mobile marketing (e.g., text messages) we will require your express consent by requesting that you opt-in.
If you no longer wish to receive these communications, let us know by using whichever of the following methods is appropriate under the circumstances.
Follow the directions on an e-mail or direct mail marketing communication you receive from us.
If you send an e-mail please be sure to include your full name, address, phone number and e-mail address, as well as the specific changes you would like to make. This will ensure we correctly identify you in our systems and accurately process your request.
LeanLaw will take the appropriate steps to modify your preferences with respect to our marketing communications. Due to production, mailing and system timelines, it may take some time to process your request. The following guidelines are provided for your convenience:
Until your requested change takes effect, you may still receive marketing communications from us. If you send us your request by regular mail, please allow extra time for us to receive and process your notice.
Although you may have opted not to receive marketing communications, you may still receive business-related communications such as appointment confirmations, repair status communications, or other organization-related communications.
LeanLaw wants your personal information to be accurate and complete. We provide several different methods for you to update your personal information.
To update your name, address, phone number and/or e-mail information:
If you send an e-mail or letter request, please be sure to include your current information and the requested changes. We will respond to your request within 30 days.
Regardless of how we interact with you, we use reasonable security measures to protect the confidentiality of personal information under our control and appropriately limit access to it. LeanLaw cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us by e-mail, and you do so at your own risk.
Please note: While LeanLaw is able to protect personal information that is provided during the course of business, LeanLaw cannot take responsibility for data loss on the products or systems serviced b 3rd parties. You will need to ensure your data has been removed or backed-up in order to safeguard this information.
LeanLaw offers remote access service to assist in diagnosing and resolving system issues. This process allows a LeanLaw Agent to remotely access your computer to determine the problem and either repair it or provide advice on what options are available to fix the issue. By taking advantage of this service, you are giving permission to a LeanLaw Agent to log into your computer which may contain personal information. A LeanLaw Agent will only search your computer to determine the cause of the problem and will attempt to limit their interaction with your files to a minimum. It is your responsibility to ensure all of your files, especially those containing personal information, are secure to prevent any type of data loss or corruption.
Choosing a Personal Password on LeanLaw.co
When you create an account on rimotsupport.com you are required to establish a password. To maximize your level of protection, you should choose at least 6-30 characters, using a combination of both letters and numbers. You are solely responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your password and account information.
LeanLaw uses a third party to place cookies on your computer to collect non-personally identifiable information. Although our cookies may contain a unique user ID, they do not collect or store any personally identifiable information. You may choose to set your Web browser to not accept cookies. However, without enabling your cookies, you will not be able to view, create an account, or make purchases on the LeanLaw site.
Our Web server automatically collects clickstream information such as the address (or URL) of the Web site that you came from before visiting our site, which pages you visit on our site, which browser you used to view our site and any search terms you may have entered on our site, among other things.
Our Web site may also use other technologies to track which pages our visitors view. This anonymous clickstream data provides our customers with a better, more secure experience and helps LeanLaw understand how visitors use our Web site.
Third Party Ad Providers and Interest-Based Advertising
Widgets support functions that require that you disclose certain personally identifiable information given the user’s choice of participation. This information is collected in many different ways such as: forms, surveys, contests, forums, subscribing or unsubscribing to mailings and correcting or updating personally identifiable information and are only used for the purpose in which they were collected. In some instances, these widgets are a link to another site.
We are committed to protecting the privacy of children. We do not knowingly or intentionally collect personal information online from children under the age of 13.
Please contact our Privacy Manager to report a known or suspected privacy or security breach or to submit privacy or security-related questions or complaints. After receiving your inquiry, we will respond within five business days. You may contact us in the following ways: