Privacy Policy

eHassle™, has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy. The following discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for this website:

The eHassle™ website may contain links to other sites and is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of those web sites.

Our site uses an online form for users and/or customers to request information and/or sign up for services. We collect visitor's contact information (like their email address) from this form and use it only to complete the request(s) of that user/customer. User/Customer information will always be kept confidential.

Corrections and Updates:

You can correct and/or update your personal information with us by using the "contact us" form on our website and simple making your request in the "Message" area of the form. We use this procedure to better safeguard your information. You can correct factual errors in your personally identifiable information in the same manner. To protect your privacy and security, we will also take reasonable steps to verify your identity before granting access or making corrections. There is no fee or limitations to accessing your information.

If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of eHassle™, or your dealings with our Website, you can contact us through our website using the "Contact Us" link.

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In The News

"I would shop online more often if I knew my credit card information was secure."
     - Visa's website courtesy of Visa Research

"After a spate of revelations of major identity-theft cases, 57 percent now express worry that computers and technology are prying into their private lives -- up from 42 percent in 2000 and 38 percent in 1994. Moreover, 72 percent are concerned about the possibility their personal records could be stolen over the Internet."
     - ABC News/Washington Post poll