Privacy policy

Privacy policy

XtoYsoft Studio respects your privacy. You don't need to offer your information when you visit our website. But, on some occasions, you do have to provide your information in order to let us contact you and provide you our product and service. So, please read the following content about our privacy policy including information collected, use of the information, and your privacy protected, to get an idea about why you have to offer your information, what information you need to provide us, and how we'll protect your privacy.

On what occasion do we need your information?

When you order and purchase XtoYsoft products and services, when you register to be our members, when you register for our free newsletters, when you contact our support team by ticket, you do have to provide some of your detailed information.

What information do we collect?

We'll collect your name, address, postal code, email account, credit card information, etc.

What do we use your information for?

Your information will build fluent contact between us, and let us make you get our product, answer all your related questions, offer help and technical support, and so on to ensure you happy buying, using, and service experience.

How do the 3rd party credit card processors protect your information?

XtoYsoft Studio uses security server hosted by Regnow and other 3rd party credit card processors which build a security layer on all the customer's personal information before it is sent to us, including your name, address, credit card number, credit card expiration date, etc. This can prevent any malicious use of your personal information. Your credit card information is only used for online transition.

How will we protect your privacy?

We'll never disclose your privacy to any third party, it's only delivered within our work team. To make sure your personal information is secure, we strictly enforce privacy safeguards within the company. We also take some technical measures to protect your information from theft, loss, and misuse.