Privacy Policy

Welcome to the PeerName domain name registration service ("Service"). The Service is made available subject to this Privacy Policy. By using the Service, you agree, without limitation or qualification, to be bound by this Privacy Policy. This policy may be updated from time to time, so please check back here periodically.

What information is collected?

When opening an account, the Service collects your name and e-mail address. We collect this information because it may be necessary to contact you about your account.

In addition, when you open an account, the Service asks you to create a username and password. The Service uses your username for identification purposes only, and uses your password for verification of your identity only.

If you are placing an order, the Service collects your billing information. This information is used only to collect payment for services rendered. If you are placing an order or logging in to your customer account, the Service may log your IP address as a security measure.

If you submit a complaint to us about our Service, the Service collects your name and contact information, which may be used in our investigation.

What information is shared?

The Service does not share your information with any external third parties except when absolutely necessary, as listed here in this Privacy Policy, or when authorized by you. We do not sell information to mailing lists, or send advertisements on behalf of other companies.

Though the Service makes every effort to preserve user privacy, we may need to disclose personal information as required by law when we have a good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with a current judicial proceeding, a court order or a legal process served on us.

What emails will you send me?

We send emails updating you on the status of your order. We may email a renewal notice if a domain or service is about to expire. We may email you about a matter directly concerning your account. We may email you if we update a policy that affects your account.

Do you use "cookies"?

The Service uses cookies. A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user's computer and tied to information about the user. We use cookies to remember where you are on our website, and to collect anonymous traffic data to help us improve our website. For example, by setting a cookie when you sign in to your account, we know that you are an authorized user. If you reject or disable the cookie, you will not be able to enter the account area of the site, and some pages on our website may not work properly.

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