What kind of information do we collect?
We collect information when you visit our site. This information is related to your visit and can include your browser version, IP address, ISP, and other information related to your visit. Like many other popular websites, we obtain this information from our server log files.
If you send us your Comcast bill, we’ll remove all personal information before we post it on the site. We will never give anyone access to the personal information contained on your bill. We will immediately destroy/delete all copies of the original bill image/files after we create the altered, non-personal copy. You can also remove your personal information yourself before sending us the bill.
Do we share any of your information with outside or third parties?
We don’t trade, sell or transfer your personally identifiable information to outside or third parties. Keep in mind that this doesn’t include trusted third parties that help us run our website, conduct business, or service you—as long as those parties agree to keep this information confidential and private.
Sometimes, at our discretion and choice, we may include or offer third party services and products on our site. These third party websites have separate and independent privacy policies, and therefore, we take no responsibility or liability for their actions. However, we do welcome feedback about these third-party links.
DoubleClick DART Cookies
We may also use DoubleClick Dart cookies to serve ads through Google’s DoubleClick service. This service place a cookie on your computer when you visit a site that contains DoubleClick advertising. These advertisements include some Google Adsense advertisements. These cookies are used to generate and serve ads specific to your interests. This is known as “interest-based targeting.” These DART cookies use non-personally identifiable information. They do not track personal information such as your social security number, address, phone number, etc. You can opt out of this advertising any time you wish at http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/ads/.
Additional Third-Party Cookies
You can selectively turn off or completely disable our cookies, third-party cookies, and any other website cookies by managing your browser settings. You can also disable or manage cookies in program such as Norton Antivirus. Disabling cookies may affect your ability to login to certain websites, and may also affect the functionality of certain websites. If you don’t have settings that prevent cookies from being stored in your browser, a new cookie may be added the next time you visit a website serving advertisements. Remember that deleting cookies doesn’t mean that you are permanently opted out of any advertising programs. If you wish to being the opt out process, you can visit the Network Advertising Initiative’s website at http://networkadvertising.org/managing/opt_out.asp.
Your Consent to This Policy
By using this website (ComcastBills.com), you agree and consent to this policy.
We may, at any time, make changes to this policy. If we decide to make changes, they will be posted on this page.