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When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection.
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FraudwatchAi is powered by WordPress and due to the nature of the platform, collects and retains information about visitors to our website.
Below you’ll find a breakdown of each instance we retain your information when you use our site.
Comments and the Contact Form
When you leave a comment on FraudWatchAi, we record your entered username, email address and website (if optionally provided).
This is information you willingly provide to us when leaving a comment.
In addition to this information we also record your IP address, which is used to monitor for spam.
This information is stored each time a comment is left, so as to maintain functionality of our website.
We also collect and store your entered name and email address when you use our contact form.
Information you provide to us when you leave a comment is retained indefinitely.
Information you provide to us via the contact form is retained until our correspondence via email is complete. At this point the emails we’ve received are deleted.
In certain circumstances, based on the nature of the content, we may indefinitely archive email correspondence for future reference.
Note that we do not sell or share stored information with any third-parties.
By default FraudWatchAi also leaves a temporary cookie on your system when you leave a comment.
This is done so your browser remembers your commenter details and you don’t have to re-enter them each time you leave a comment. The temporary cookie is valid for one year at a time.
You can choose to opt out of this by disabling cookies in your browser settings.
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This information is kept to enable subscription services to function correctly until you opt out of receiving the service(s) you’ve subscribed for.
Note that we do not automatically add you to any additional mailing lists or newsletters when you subscribe for new articles and/or comments.
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