Information Collection And Use
The information you provide may include information provided during the registration process, including contact information such as your name, address and email address.
Information that you provide is the property of Skyra and all of the information that you provide may be used by Skyra to better serve you. Skyra may also use this information to contact you about new promotions & offers, emailers, newsletters, catalogs or any other updates.
You can contact Skyra directly with questions or comments regarding the services by using the Skyra contact inquiry form. This contact inquiry form asks you for certain identifying information so that Skyra may respond to your inquiry.
Skyra may use your contact information to get in touch with you regarding the status of your registration or any orders you may place. You may also be contacted by us regarding additional services and features or requesting your feedback about your experience with Skyra.
Skyra may provide you with bulletin boards and chat rooms for your use. In the event you voluntarily disclose personally identifiable information using such services, that information, along with any content in your communication or post, can be collected, correlated and used by third parties. This may result in unsolicited messages from third parties. Such activities are beyond the control of Skyra, which does not assume any duty to monitor or review the contents of any bulletin board or chat room.
Where technically feasible, the domain names of visitors to Skyra are automatically recognized by our server. Skyra may use this information to track the number of visitors to the www.skyrapro.com website and to see which pages and services on www.skyrapro.com are visited most often.
This data is used to personalize your experience at www.skyrapro.com by displaying content according to your preferences. We hope this will enhance your experience with us.
Please note that your use of the www.skyrapro.com website and services is subject to Terms and Conditions.
Other Uses Of Information
The only other instances in which Skyra discloses your identifying information to third parties are:
When it is required by law; When it is necessary to distribute materials that you request; And when you expressly request that your information be disclosed.
Accessing And Updating Your Information
You can always choose not to provide information, to opt-out of receiving communications from us or to update your information at any time. www.skyrapro.com gives users the following options:
Use the ‘Your Account’ feature after entering your email and password to receive access to your account page. At this location, you can update any information that you have provided to us.
Click on the “Unsubscribe” link included at the bottom of each of our e-mails and follow the instructions on the web page.
We work hard to protect the security of your information by using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, the current standard for secure transactions over the Internet. There are some simple measures that you can take to promote protection of your information. First, to help protect the security of your account, do not share your password with others. Also, remember to “log-off” after using any of our on-line services when you have finished using the website. While Skyra strives to protect your information by using SSL and through measures to protect our system, such security cannot be ensured. Consequently, Skyra does not ensure or warrant the security of information you transmit, and you do so at your own risk.
What Is Encryption?
Encryption is a process by which we use software to scramble sensitive information while it is in transit to Skyra.
Please take a moment to read about the steps that we have taken to help protect your information and make your online transmissions safer. We also invite you to review the steps you can take to help protect yourself further.
How Does Encryption Work?
Encryption is based on a key that has two different parts. The public part and the private part. The public part of the key is distributed to those you want to communicate with. The private part is for the recipient’s use only.
When you send personal information to www.skyrapro.com, you use Skyra public key to encrypt your personal information. That means, if at any point during the transmission your information is intercepted, it is scrambled and very difficult to decrypt. Once Skyra receives your encrypted personal information, we use the private part of our key to decode it.
What Information Does Skyra Encrypt?
Skyra encrypts all personal information you give us. Remember, if you feel uncomfortable providing any of this information online, please feel free to call one of our representatives at +91 9717096908.
How Safe Is Encryption Really?
Providing encrypted information online is as safe as doing it over the phone.