- What personally identifiable information about you gets collected
- Become A California Notary Security Measures
- How you can correct the inaccuracies in this information
The Information We Collect
The information gathered by Become A California Notary is divided into two categories:
(1) information provided by customers when they register or initiate transactions, and
(2) tracking information gathered as visitors navigate through the Become A California Notary site.
The information you provide us during a visit to Become A California Notary helps us to improve the quality and utility of our site. No information is to be sold to any party in any fashion whatsoever.
Our Security Measures
The information we collect from our visitors is stored in databases we control. Physical access to the servers on which we store visitor information is restricted. We use your credit card information only to bill you for the service you request from us. We don’t share your credit card information with anyone. To protect the privacy of your credit card number and other ordering information, we encrypt this information for transit over the Internet using a Secure Sockets Layer (“SSL”) connection. SSL will keep your credit card information safe and secure during the transaction. Become A California Notary DOES NOT keep your credit card information on file at all for your security. Once the transaction has finalized, the information is destroyed immediately.
Most Web browsers allow the use of an SSL connection. If your browser does not support an SSL connection, or if you prefer not to send your credit card number over the Internet, you may phone in your payment by calling us toll-free at (661) 855-4994 (U.S. only).
How to make corrections to your personal & court information:
At any time during the program, you may make changes to the information you have previously submitted. After completion only we can edit information in the account.