CTS (CompUhelp Technical Services) is committed to
protecting your privacy. This privacy statement explains
data collection and use practices of compuhelpts.com
site (the “Site”); it does not apply to offline products
or services. By accessing the Site, you are consenting
to the information collection and use practices
described in this privacy statement.
What are cookies, and how do you use them?
Cookies are used on this Site to ensure the integrity of
the registration process and to personalize the Site. A
cookie is a small text file placed on your hard disk to
enable a site to recall your specific information on
subsequent visits, saving you time and effort. While
cookies are able to remember your information to provide
you with this convenience, they cannot be used to run
programs or disseminate viruses to your computer. This
navigation or collect information for statistical use,
such as how many visitors our site received. You have
the ability to accept or decline cookies at any time,
and you can erase cookies from your operating system as
well. However, declining or erasing cookies may preclude
you from fully experiencing all the features of this
website. No information collected by cookies on this
site will be shared with any outside parties.
What is personal information?
Personal information is any information that identifies
you, or by which your identity could be deduced. The
personal information we collect may include your name,
title, company or organization name, work e-mail, work
phone, work or home address, information about your job
function, information about your company and credit card
information, if required, for the purchase of CTS
products or services.
Why are you collecting my personal information?
The information requested on this Site is required to
process your request for more information about our
company, services and products. Access to this
information will be restricted to CTS employees,
administrators or CTS CEO who are responsible for the
marketing and administration of CTS services. Your
consent to the use of personal information to offer you
products and services is optional, and if you wish to
discontinue such use, contact us electronically or write
Privacy Officer, CTS CompUhelp
P,O, Box 639
Hebron, IN 46341
How will you use my personal information?
The personal information collected on this Site will be
used to operate the Site and to provide the service(s)
or carry out the transaction(s) you have requested. In
support of these uses, CTS may use personal information
to provide you with more effective customer service
and/or to provide you with important information about
the product or service that you are using, including
critical updates and notifications. Additionally, we may
send you information about other CTS products and
How do I control CTS use of my personal information?
Except as otherwise described in this statement,
personal information you provide on the Site will not be
shared outside of CTS employees, administrators or CTS
Internet Franchise Consultants who are responsible for
the marketing and administration of CTS services without
your permission. As described below in the next section,
you can access your personal information.
How do I access my personal information?
If you wish to access your personal information, click
here or write to:
Privacy Officer, CTS
P.O. Box 639
Hebron IN 46341
How does CTS protect the security of my personal
CTS is committed to protecting the security of your
personal information. We use a variety of security
technologies and procedures to help protect your
personal information from unauthorized access, use, or
disclosure. For example, we store the personal
information you provide on computers with limited access
that are located in controlled facilities.
How can I provide comments on your privacy statement?
CTS welcomes your comments regarding this privacy
statement. If you believe that CTS has not adhered to
this privacy statement, please contact us electronically
or via postal mail at the address provided below, and we
will use commercially reasonable efforts to promptly
determine and remedy the problem.