Privacy Policy

At Mail Helps, accessible from, one of our main priorities is the privacy of our visitors. This document on privacy covers the types of information taken and stored through Mail Helps and how we make use of it.

If you have any additional concerns or need more details regarding our Privacy Policy Do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

This Privacy Policy is only applicable to our online activities and is applicable for users of our website regarding the information they share and/or collected in Mail Helps. This policy does not apply to information that is that is collected offline or through channels other than the one on this website.


When you are using our website you hereby consent to our Privacy Policy and agree to its terms.

Information we collect

The information you are required to disclose and the reason you’re required to provide it will be clearly explained to you at the time we ask you to give us your personal data.

If you directly contact us we may also be able to obtain additional information regarding you, including your name email address, telephone number, the content of your message, and/or attachments that you might send us, as well as any other information that you decide to share with us.

When you sign-up as a user, you might require your contact information which includes details such as name the company’s name and email address, address and phone number.

How we use your information

We utilize the data we collect in a variety of ways, including:

  • Operate, provide and manage our website
  • Enhance, personalize and extend our website
  • Learn and understand the way you navigate our website. Understand and analyze how you use our
  • Create new products, services features, and functions
  • We will contact you by email or via one of our associates including to provide customer service as well as to provide you with information and updates related to our website. Additionally, we will use the information to promote and market our products.
  • Send us emails
  • Be aware of and stop fraud

Log Files

Mail Helps follows a standard method for employing log files. The log files record visitors’ activities whenever they visit websites. Every hosting company does this, as does a portion of the analytics for hosting services. The data gathered in log files includes the internet protocol (IP) addresses and browser types, Internet Service Provider (ISP) dates and times, the time stamps, the pages you are linking to and exiting from as well as numbers of times you click. They are not connected to any data that could be personal to you. The primary purpose is to study trends, managing the site and tracking the movement of users through the site, and collecting demographic information.

Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

It is possible to refer to this list for details on the Privacy Policy for each advertising partner that are part of Mail Helps.

Third-party ad servers , also known as ad networks employ technologies like Cookies, JavaScript and Web Beacons which are utilized in their advertisements as well as hyperlinks that are displayed within Mail Helps, which are directly sent to the user’s browsers. They automatically get your IP address once it happens. These techniques are used to evaluate the efficacy of their advertising campaigns, and also to customize the advertisements you view on the websites you browse.

Be aware it is important to note that Mail Helps has no access to or control over these cookies which are utilized by third-party advertising.

Third Party Privacy Policies

Mail Helps’ Privacy Policies does not have any effect on other websites or advertisers. We recommend you to read the Privacy policies of these third-party advertising servers for more details. It could include their privacy practices and guidelines on how to remove yourself from specific options.

You can opt to deactivate cookies by adjusting your browser settings. To find out more details regarding the management of cookies with specific browsers, it is located on the browser’s respective websites.

CCPA Privacy Rights (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)

Under the CCPA and the rights it grants, California consumers have the right to:

Demand that any company that collects consumer’s personal information, disclose the categories and the specific types of personal data that the company has gathered about its customers.

A business should be asked to erase any personal information of the individual that the business has gathered.

Demand that a company which sells the personal information of a consumer information, do not sell personal information of the consumer.

If you send us an enquiry, we will have one month to reply to your request within one month. If you wish to make use of one of these rights, we invite you to reach us.

GDPR Data Protection Rights

We want to ensure that you are fully aware of the rights to data protection. Each user has the right to the following rights:

The right to access You are entitled to obtain duplicates of the personal information. We might charge a fee to provide this service.

The right to correct The right to rectification to ask us to correct any information you believe to be incorrect. You can also choose to ask us to complete any information that you believe to be incorrect.

The right to erase You are entitled to ask us to erase your personal information, subject to certain conditions.

The right to limit processing You are entitled to ask us to limit our processing of personal information under specific circumstances.

The right to refuse processing The right to object to processing to opt-out of the processing of your personal data under certain conditions.

The right to transfer data – You can ask us to transfer the data we’ve gathered to another company as well as directly to yourself subject to certain conditions.

If you submit an inquiry, we will have a month to respond to your request within one month. If you wish to make use of one of these rights, do not hesitate to reach us.

Children’s Information

Another area of our concern is to provide protection for children when they use the internet. We advise parents and guardians the activities of their children, take part in, or monitor and direct their children’s online activities.

Mail Helps does not knowingly gather any personal Identifiable information from children under 13 years old. If you believe that your child may have provided such information on our site We strongly urge you to immediately contact us and we will make the best we can to erase the information from our database.