At CongregationU, privacy is very important to us. Your information is collected through the CongregationU system in order to establish an account, provide access to our services, and to handle customer service and support.
Information We Collect
To utilize services provided by CongregationU, you may be required to provide contact and identity information, billing information, and other personal information as indicated on the forms throughout our site. You always have the option to not provide such information, but this may not allow you to fully utilize our service’s features.
Under some circumstances we may require some additional financial information. We use your financial information, including credit card information, for billing purposes. Such information is passed to the merchant processor and does not remain on our system.
Who Has Access to Your Information?
CongregationU will not disclose or share any of your personal information that has been collected on our website with any third party, except as required by law or pursuant to a governmental request. We use information in your file solely to resolve disputes, troubleshoot problems and enforce our Terms and Conditions.
Other Information Collectors
To the extent that you disclose your information to other parties, different rules may apply to their use or disclosure of the information you disclose to them. CongregationU may provide web links to other sites. We are not responsible for the content of those sites or their privacy policies.
The entire CongregationU website utilizes a secure socket layer (SSL). In addition, your stored personal information is encrypted to provide you with the greatest security possible.
U, Inc. uses industry standard practices to safeguard the confidentiality of your personal identifiable information, including “firewalls” and Secure Socket Layers. We treat data as an asset that must be protected against loss and unauthorized access. We employ many different security techniques to protect such data from unauthorized access by users inside and outside the company. However, “perfect security” does not exist on the Internet.