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IGO - Privacy Policy

At IGO, we respect the privacy of our clients. We do not rent, sell, or otherwise transfer any customer information to other parties or businesses. All customer information is kept strictly confidential.

Any information we collect on our Web site will be used only by IGO. We collect your personal information only with your explicit knowledge and consent.

To keep track of your order and the items in your shopping cart, the igolinux.com online store will place a "cookie" on your computer. A cookie is a file that your Web browser places on your computer's hard drive.

Sometimes we let our clients know about upcoming specials or promotions. When you purchase something from our online store, we'll ask if you'd like to receive periodic emails alerting you to these promotions. If you don't wish to receive them, be sure to uncheck the appropriate box when going through the checkout procedure. You may also contact us to have your email address removed from our promotions list.

If you have additional questions or comments regarding our privacy policy, please contact us.


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