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HOW THIS INFORMATION IS USED
We may use this information for improving the website to suit your requirements. We may use this information to contact you to send promotional information on new Products and services offered on the website or business partners. We may use this information email marketing for market research purchase. And we may use this information to intimate you on new terms and policed updated to the website.
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WHAT WE WILL NEVER DO
We will never rent, sell or use your contact details including name, email id or any other personal information to anybody anywhere in the world.
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