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In order to make our service available, you are required to provide CCBill with information about you and your business. In addition you and CCBill employees communicate with each other via all standard forms of communication and as a part of its process CCBill stores information about every transaction that it processes for you. CCBill stores all information and communications it deems relevant to conducting its business, and that information becomes the property of CCBill at the time it is received or generated.
CCBill may share any information about you and your company when required by third parties in processing credit cards and online checks.
Clients with subscription transactions only: CCBill will not otherwise disclose its clients' personal and account information unless CCBill has reason to believe that disclosing such information is necessary to identify, make contact with, or bring legal action against someone who may be causing harm or interfering with the rights or property of CCBill, CCBill's clients, or others, or where CCBill has a good faith belief that the law requires such disclosure.
Clients with tangible goods: If you are processing transactions for tangible goods your contact information is readily available on your website. If CCBill receives a written request from a legitimate law enforcement agency that is investigating a fraudulent use of card complaint CCBill will, without consulting you, provide law enforcement your contact information. Otherwise, CCBill will not disclose its clients' personal and account information unless CCBill has reason to believe that disclosing such information is necessary to identify, make contact with, or bring legal action against someone who may be causing harm or interfering with the rights or property of CCBill, CCBill's clients, or others, or where CCBill has a good faith belief that the law requires such disclosure.
CCBill also will not, except for reasons stated below, disclose to third parties the contents of any electronic mail or other electronic communications that CCBill stores or transmits to or receives from its clients. The circumstances under which CCBill will disclose such electronic client communications are when:
By using CCBill's services, you agree that we may release information obtained in the course of your use of CCBill's services when it is believed, in CCBill's sole and absolute discretion, that the release is appropriate or otherwise necessary to comply with the law, enforce our Agreement, and/or protect the contract and other rights of CCBill and our Clients.
CCBill disclaims any intention to censor, edit or engage in ongoing review or surveillance of communications stored on or transmitted through its facilities by clients or others. CCBill will, however, review, delete or block access to communications that may harm CCBill, its clients or third parties. The grounds on which CCBill may take such action include, but are not limited to, actual or potential violations of CCBill's Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). It is your obligation to provide CCBill with accurate and up-to-date information, and failure to provide us with such information could void any Agreement between you and CCBill. We use the information that you provide for such purposes as processing transactions, loss prevention, improving our service, communicating with you, and fulfilling our obligations to you. CCBill’s employees have access to your information on a need to know basis. CCBill will not sell your information to a third party for any reason.
To the best of its ability, CCBill employs the latest and best techniques available for protecting it systems from intrusion by unauthorized individuals, and is constantly upgrading its security as better methods become available. All information is stored behind firewalls and other sophisticated security systems. Our data center is utilizes state-of-the-art physical security measures to prevent unauthorized access to the facility.
Questions regarding the information CCBill has stored about you should be in writing, and addressed to:
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