Privacy Policy

Shreepost takes the private nature of your personal information very seriously. Hence, this Privacy Policy outlines Shreepost’s practices and procedures concerning the collection, storage and use of cookies; collection, storage and use of personally identifying information (PII) and aims at informing users on how we manage the information we collect and receive.

ffiliates: An “affiliate” is any company that is controlled by or under common control with Shreepost.
Cookie: A “cookie” is a small unit of information that we use to assign each visitor’s computer a unique, random numerical identification code that resides in a designated file on their computer.
Device identifiers: Device identifiers are strings of letters and numbers that can be used to identify individual devices. They are unique to each other.
Internet protocol (IP) address: An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to a user’s computer whenever they access the internet, which web servers use to identify where to send the information user’s computer requests.
Personally identifying information (PII): Personally identifying information, or simply personal information, is information that identifies a specific person. Most common examples include name, address, telephone number, email address, bank card number, and government-issued identification numbers.
Non-personally identifying information: Non-personally identifying information is every kind of information except for personally identifying information.

Hence, this Privacy Policy outlines Shreepost’s practices and procedures concerning the collection, storage and use of cookies; collection, storage and use of personally identifying information (PII) and aims at informing users on how we manage the information we collect and receive.

 

ffiliates:

An “affiliate” is any company that is controlled by or under common control with Shreepost.


Cookie:

A “cookie” is a small unit of information that we use to assign each visitor’s computer a unique, random numerical identification code that resides in a designated file on their computer.
Device identifiers: Device identifiers are strings of letters and numbers that can be used to identify individual devices. They are unique to each other.


Internet protocol (IP) address: An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to a user’s computer whenever they access the internet, which web servers use to identify where to send the information user’s computer requests.


Personally identifying information (PII): Personally identifying information, or simply personal information, is information that identifies a specific person. Most common examples include name, address, telephone number, email address, bank card number, and government-issued identification numbers.
Non-personally identifying information: Non-personally identifying information is every kind of information except for personally identifying information.