Privacy Policy

Effective Date: April 16, 2024

This document, referred to as the "Privacy Policy," has been formulated to enlighten you ("you," "your," or "User") about how EmailTracer ("we," "us," "our," or "EmailTracer"), along with our affiliate companies, parent entities, and subsidiaries, gather, utilize, and disclose information obtained through your engagement with the EmailTracer website, located at (the "Website"). This Privacy Policy acts as an extension and is integral to the Website's Terms of Service ("Terms"), which can be accessed here: .

It is important to note that this Privacy Policy does not cover information collected by third-party websites that may be linked to our Website. These external sites are governed by their respective privacy policies and terms of service, which we highly recommend you review. By accessing, navigating, or otherwise utilizing the Website, you acknowledge and consent to the practices described in this document regarding information collection and usage. Should you continue to use the Website, it will be interpreted as your agreement to this Privacy Policy and any subsequent modifications. Should you find any terms unacceptable, ceasing the use of the Website is advised.

Depending on your geographic location, you may be entitled to specific privacy rights. We hold your privacy in high regard and are committed to transparency; for detailed insights, please refer to the section titled Privacy Rights Notice for Residents of Certain U.S. States within our Privacy Policy.

1. Gathering of Information

Interaction with the Website facilitates the collection of personal data in two primary categories: (A) information you willingly submit; and (B) information acquired automatically by us.

A. Information Submitted by You: Typically, navigating our Website does not mandate the submission of personal information. Nonetheless, certain interactions, such as initiating contact with us, may prompt you to disclose personal details, including:
  • Identifiable personal information like names and email addresses.
  • Correspondences with us, encapsulating any feedback or inquiries.
B. Information Collected Automatically: Through the deployment of third-party analytical instruments, we passively amass data regarding your device and your interactions with the Website, encompassing but not restricted to:
  • IP addresses, types of browsers, and specifics of your device.
  • Behavioral data like time stamps of your visit and the pages you peruse.

This information is amassed through mechanisms such as cookies, web beacons, and other analogous technologies to augment the Website's functionality and your user experience.

2. Utilization of Cookies and Similar Technologies

Cookies, along with other tracking technologies, are utilized to refine your browsing experience, analyze patterns of use, and manage the Website efficiently. This information may be employed to tailor content, gauge site traffic, and facilitate targeted advertising. You retain control over these technologies via your browser settings.

3. Management and Disclosure of Information

The information we gather is instrumental in enhancing the Website, addressing user inquiries, and providing a personalized browsing experience. This data may be divulged to third parties under specific circumstances, such as for legal reasons, with your explicit consent, or as part of business activities, which include, but are not limited to:
  • Adherence to legal mandates and responses to law enforcement requests.
  • Engagement with third-party service providers who support our operational needs.
  • During business restructuring events, like mergers or acquisitions.

4. Links to Third-Party Sites

At our discretion, we may incorporate links to third-party sites or content on our Website for the convenience of you and other users. These external websites operate independently and are not under our jurisdiction. They maintain their own privacy notices, for which we bear no responsibility or liability concerning their content and practices.

5. Information Security Protocols

We enforce reasonable security measures to safeguard the data collected through the Website. Despite these efforts, no security system can be guaranteed as completely secure. We retain personal information only for the duration necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected or as required by law.

6. Privacy Rights Notice for Residents of Certain U.S. States

Individuals residing in certain U.S. states may possess particular rights and options concerning their personal data. In cases where data protection laws are applicable to the personal information we collect from you, this additional portion of our Privacy Policy delineates the rights you may hold and the process for exercising those rights. Your residency and certain exclusions may afford you a variety of rights, including but not limited to:
  • Right to Knowledge and Access: You might have the privilege to inquire if we process your personal information, to understand our data collection and utilization practices, including any sale or sharing of your data. Furthermore, you can request access to the personal data we process about you.
  • Right to Data Portability: For data processed automatically, you might be eligible to receive a copy of your data in a portable format, and where technically feasible, in a manner that facilitates the transfer of data to another entity without obstruction.
  • Right to Rectify Erroneous Data: Should any personal data we hold be inaccurate, you have the option to request a correction, taking into account the data's nature and the reasons for its processing.
  • Right to Erasure: You may request the deletion of your personal data, subject to certain conditions and legal exceptions.
  • Right to Opt-Out of Data Sale or Sharing: You have the option to prohibit the processing of your data for the purpose of its sale or sharing for cross-context behavioral advertising. We affirm that we do not sell or share your personal information.
  • Right to Opt-Out of Targeted Advertising and Profiling: You have the choice to refuse the processing of your personal data for targeted advertising or profiling that leads to legal or significant outcomes for you.
  • Right to Limit Sensitive Data Use and Disclosure: You can request that we restrict the use and disclosure of your sensitive personal data to necessary purposes for service provision, delivery of expected goods, or as legally permitted.
  • Right to Non-Discrimination: Exercising your privacy rights should not lead to unfair treatment in the services or quality of services provided by us. Nonetheless, differential pricing or quality of service may be offered if you choose to exercise your opt-out rights.
  • Right to Direct Marketing Disclosures: You may request information on the categories and identities of third parties receiving your data for marketing purposes, without charge.
  • Right to Appeal: Should any of your requests under these rights be denied, you hold the right to challenge our decision. For appeals, refer to the contact details provided below. We will respond in writing within the legally specified timeframe, explaining our decision. Assistance will be provided if you wish to escalate your appeal to the Attorney General or another designated authority.

7. Exercising Your Data Subject Rights

To exercise any rights delineated above, you are required to submit a verifiable consumer request to us through the methods outlined below. Such a request must:
  • Provide adequate information that enables us to reasonably verify your identity as the person from whom we collected personal information or an authorized representative.
  • Detail your request with enough clarity for us to understand, assess, and respond appropriately.

To safeguard your privacy and security, we may take additional steps and request further information to verify your identity before granting access to your personal information or processing your request. Additionally, requests for specific pieces of personal information may necessitate a signed declaration under penalty of perjury affirming that you are the individual whose personal information is being requested. Both you and, if applicable, your authorized agent may make a verifiable consumer request related to your personal information. If you appoint an authorized agent to submit a request on your behalf, we may require written permission from you for the agent to act and verify your own identity directly with us, as previously described. Requests on behalf of your minor child may also be made in this manner.

Contact us via email at For more information on exercising your rights, visit the "Exercise Your Rights" section.

8. Modifications to This Policy

We reserve the right to update this Privacy Policy to reflect changes in our information practices. As our business evolves, changes to our Privacy Policy may become necessary. Should there be a future use of your personal information that diverges from the current policy, we will update this document accordingly. Any changes will be communicated through email or a notice on the Website's homepage, at our discretion. Your continued engagement with the Website after such notifications will signify your acceptance of these changes.

9. Accessibility Commitment

Ensuring that our Privacy Policy is accessible to all individuals is a priority for us. Should you require assistance accessing this policy or have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

10. How to Reach Us

For any questions regarding this Privacy Policy or the personal information we have collected about you, please use the contact information provided in this document or email us at