We are commited to ensuring your privacy under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enacted by the European Union, which went into effect on May 25, 2018.
Above all, Kuberneo CPA wants to ensure you are confident of using our electronic communication systems either via our website or email messaging. While we cannot control how social media networks use your personal information, we are committed to safeguarding your privacy–whether you are a customer or someone perusing our website searching for an accounting firm.
WHAT INFORMATION IS COLLECTED?
Kuberneo CPA collects only general contact information and minimal details about the type of services a website visitor may seek. Information collected may include (but not limited to) contact information (name, company, email, phone, address, etc.) and answers to questions that define what kind of services would be helpful to you.
Our accounting firm does not ask for financial information via our website. Our website’s content and online contact forms are protected by a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate. Additional information that may be considered of value to our customers may be collected via email messages, phone conversations or face-to-face meetings.
HOW IS INFORMATION COLLECTED?
Additional information may be collected via phone calls generated by the website, email inquiries made from accessing an email address on a website, business card or advertisement (online or offline).
FOR WHAT PURPOSES IS THE INFORMATION COLLECTED?
The collection of information is done for the sole purpose of generating leads or engaging in conversations that can result in a business relationship. Information collected may also include contact information that will help us define the location of an individual, which is helpful in determining the best time to contact you. Information collected may be used for email marketing purposes, which may include sharing tax deadlines, providing company and industry updates, and promoting our services.
Kuberneo CPA does not actively market to European Union prospects and any instance of visits by EU citizens can be assumed to be for the purpose of doing business in the United States. This means that some of our clients may be EU citizens who do business in the U.S. and must file Federal or State income taxes, manage payroll or engage in strategic discussions related to financial, accounting and business management purposes.
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