The short version: In order to provide you with editing services, I need some personal information, such as your name, email address and home address.
I’m never going to sell your information to anyone, and I do my best to keep this information private and secure. You can ask me about the policy and any concerns you have by getting in touch with me via email at email@example.com.
The long version: I, Kelly Urgan, operating as Editegrity, offer freelance copy-editing, proofreading, developmental editing, manuscript critique, and beta reading services to businesses and individuals.
This policy describes how I use and protect the information you give me. If you are asked to provide information, it will only be used in the ways stated in this policy.
1. Why do I collect data from you?
I collect and use certain information about you in order to:
respond to your requests for information (e.g. quote for editorial services),
allow me to contact you while an editing project is ongoing,
enable certain functions on this website,
better understand how visitors use this website,
invoice you and maintain records for tax purposes,
as confirmation of our agreement, including terms and conditions.
2. What information do I collect from you?
I collect the following information:
contact details – email, phone number, postal address,
details about your project – e.g. word count, type of project, etc.
3. How do I use your data?
The data I collect is used as follows:
To respond to your enquiry (e.g. services, price, availability).
To record your agreement to the terms and conditions of my editorial services.
To invoice you and maintain records for tax purposes.
I will never use this data for marketing or promotion purposes without getting your permission in writing first (for example, to publish your testimonial for me on my website).
5. How do I collect your personal data?
By my website contact form (via Weebly and email).
By phone or in person.
I will not share your information with another party unless I have your permission or am required to by law, or if somebody else needs to let you know that I am unexpectedly incapacitated.
6. How do I store your data?
The information I collect is stored on the following data servers:
Computer hard drive – my computer is password protected and I use Apple’s security software.