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Privacy Policy

1. Overview

In this Privacy Policy the term: 

a. “JustNotarized” means JustNotarized Inc. and all of its subsidiaries and affiliates, except those which maintain their own privacy policies. JustNotarized is also referred to as “we”, “us” and “our”. 

“Individual” means a living natural person, and includes all actual and potential customers of JustNotarized, end users of JustNotarized products and/or services, users of our websites and others about whom we collect, use, store and transfer personal information. Individual does not include our employees, prospective employees, and contractors for whom we have a separate privacy policy. We also use “you” or “your” in this Privacy Policy to refer to Individuals. 

We are committed to maintaining the accuracy and security of your personal information. This Global Privacy Policy (“Privacy Policy”) explains what types of personal information we may collect about you in the course of our business, why it is collected, how we use your personal information and when we might transfer your personal information to a third party. It also explains the rights you have to request that we provide you with a copy of the personal information we maintain about you; that we correct the personal information we maintain about you; and, other legal rights you have concerning the personal information we maintain about you. This Privacy Policy is effective on May 1, 2021. It replaces all other privacy policies that we issued. 

If you live in the European Economic Area (“EEA”), the State of California, USA or the State of Nevada, USA, you may have additional rights concerning the personal information we maintain about you. Those are described in 

Your Rights if You Live in the EEA 

Your Rights if You Live in California 

Your Rights if You Live in Nevada 

This Privacy Policy describes a broad range of data processing activities. It is built upon current law, fair information practice principles and best practices. 

2. We are a US Company Headquartered in California. Your personal information may be transferred to and of our locations and to third parties located in the United States and other countries or territories which do not offer the same level of data protection as the state or country in which you reside. Regardless of the country in which your personal information is collected, processed or stored, we will process your personal information in accordance with this Privacy Policy. 

3. What is Personal Information? 

Personal information (“PI”) means any information that (i) directly and clearly identifies an Individual (for example, your name) or (ii) can be used in combination with other information to reasonably identify an Individual (for example, your gender, age or work address). 

4. What is Sensitive Personal Information? 

Sensitive personal information (“Sensitive Information”) is a subset of PI that is more sensitive in nature than PI. It reveals race, religion, national origin, political opinions, union membership, sexual preferences, sexual orientation, genetic data, and biometric data. 


5. What PI Do We Collect? 

We may collect, store and use different types of PI about you. The types of PI may include: 

● First and last name and business name; 

● Signature, driver license, and biometric data; 

● Gender, date of birth and marital status; 

● Personal and business address, internet protocol addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers; 

● Payment information including: account number, password, and credit card number;

● The amount of time during which you have had an account with Us; and

● Browsing time, cookies information, website history, and social media account identifier. 

While it is unusual for us to do so, we may sometimes collect Sensitive Information in limited instances. 

6. Do We Collect the PI of Children? 

No. We do not knowingly acquire or retain PI about children under the age of eighteen and will delete such information if collected or processed in error. 

7. Who Gives Your PI to Us? 

We collect your PI from you when you:

● Interact with us using one of our websites before and after becoming a customer or end user; 

● Ask us to provide our products or services to you, and you give us your PI with your request; 

● Communicate with us by telephone, email, one of our websites or hard copy correspondence; 

● Visit one of our websites which include cookies and similar technologies. (See, Section 8 below regarding our use of cookies.); or, 

● Reply to one of our promotions, request a product sample, enter a sweepstakes or contest or subscribe to promotions from us, including by email. 

If you fail to provide your PI to us when requested, we may not be able to perform all our legal and contractual obligations or carry out all activities such as providing you with marketing materials. We will make it clear if and when this situation arises and what the consequences of not providing your PI will be. 

We also collect your PI from third party parties such as: 

● Those who provide your PI to us so that we can contact you with information about our products and services; and, 

● Our distributors and marketing representatives. 

8. Cookies 

We use different types of cookies and similar technologies on its websites. Some of those technologies collect your PI. See, our Cookie Policy. 

9. On What Legal Basis Do We Collect and Process Your PI? 

There are a number of reasons why we collect and process your PI. Those reasons include: 

You have given us consent. The consent can be in writing. Or it can be verbal; we must process your PI in order to perform a contract between you and JustNotarized. For example, we need your PI to send you marketing materials you requested or to fulfill a sweepstakes; Processing is needed for us to comply with this legal obligation. For example, we need certain PI to enable us to process your purchase order or provide you services; and, Other reasons allowed by law. 

10. How Do We Use the PI We Maintain About You?

We use your PI to: 

● Manage all aspects of our relationship with you. This includes sending you promotional materials, fulfilling orders, and providing services; 

● Respond to your questions; 

● Determine how our websites are being used; 

● Improve website content; and, 

● Provide you with information. 

11. Aggregate Data 

In some instances, we may use your information in combination with information belonging to other Individuals. In this process, we use various methods to remove the identifying portions of any PI from your information before combining it with the information of other Individuals. The output of this process is aggregate data, which is incapable of identifying you or any other Individual. We use this aggregate data for several reasons, including making improvements to our products and services and how we deliver them to you. 


12. Do We Share Your PI with Third Parties? 

We do not sell your PI to third parties. 

We may transfer your PI to third parties where we do not receive a monetary payment. Example of these transfers include: 

● When you request us do to so, or provide your consent to us to do so;

● To Service Providers. A “Service Provider” is a company or person which processes your PI for a business purpose under a written contract between us and the Service Provider. Examples of a business purpose are processing orders, fulfilling orders, and providing services; and, 

● To our distributor partners, marketing representatives, service providers to assist in their efforts. 

We will also provide your PI to a third party in following situations: 

● If we sell a business, your PI may be sent to the buyer of that business. If we buy a business, it may acquire the PI of customers and prospective customers of that business;

● When required by law or by order of a court or other government agency;

● When we determines it is needed or desirable to protect our safety and the safety of our employees and others;

● When the PI we transfer is available to the public in government records; and,

● When we seek the advice of professional advisors such as attorneys and accountants. 


13. Your Rights Regarding Your PI 

You have the right to be informed about why we collect your PI and how we use your PI. This Privacy Policy provides you with that information. 

You also may have the rights described inA – H below. To determine if you have any of these rights or exercise these rights please contact

When you contact Us, we may request information from you to enable us to confirm your identity. We will use reasonable means to confirm that the Individual making the request is you. If we cannot verify that the Individual making the request is you, we may deny the request. 

There will be no charge to request and receive your PI. If we cannot provide you with access to your PI, we will inform you of the permissible reasons why we may not do so. 

In addition, We may not always be able to fulfill your request to your satisfaction. In some cases, we may be prohibited by law, agreement or legitimate interest to fully comply with your request. When those situations arise, we will inform you of why we are unable to fulfill your request. 

You have the following rights: 

A. Access. 

Upon request, we will provide you with access to the PI we have collected about you.


B. Correction (also known as Rectification) 

we attempt to be sure that your PI in our possession is accurate, current and complete. If you believe that the PI we have collected and is storing about you is incorrect, incomplete or outdated, you may request the revision or correction of that PI. 


C. Deletion (also known as the ‘Right to be Forgotten’) 

You may request that we delete the PI which we maintain about you. We may retain your PI for as long as we believe it is necessary to fulfill the purposes for which the PI was collected.

There are instances where applicable law allows or requires us to refuse to delete your PI. In the event that we cannot delete your PI, we will inform you of the reasons why. 


D. Restrict Processing 

You may request that we restrict processing of your PI under certain circumstances, including if you believe the PI is not accurate. 


E. Portability 

You have the right, if possible given our then current automated systems and data architecture, to receive your PI in machine readable format. 


F. Objection 

You have the right in limited circumstances to object to our processing your PI.


G. Automated Processing 

You have the right to ask us to stop using your PI for automated processing such as profiling.


H. Withdraw Consent 

Where we collect and process your PI based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw consent. 


I. Lodge a Complaint 

You also have a right to file a complaint with the appropriate government agency if you believe we have not complied with this Privacy Policy or have violated the law. 


14. Retention of your PI 

We will retain your PI for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected, and to allow us to satisfy any legal, accounting, and reporting requirements. 

15. Security of Collected Information

We are committed to protecting the security of the PI we collect from you. We use reasonable physical, technical, and administrative safeguards to help protect the information from destruction, loss, and unauthorized or inappropriate access or use. 


16. Who Can I Contact about My Rights Under this Privacy Policy? 

Use the contact information located in Section 13 above. 


17. Changes to this Privacy Policy 

The effective date of this Privacy Policy is May 1, 2021. 

We may change this Privacy Policy at any time. A revised version of this Privacy Policy will be available on our website. 

Your Rights if You Live in the European Economic Area 


1. Data Controllers 

The General Data Protection Regulation defines a “controller” as a person or entity which determines the purpose for processing PI. 


2. Transfers of PI Outside the EEA 

If you reside inside the EEA and we transfer your PI outside the EEA, we will put in place one of the required safeguards so that the transfer complies with European data protection law. We rely upon the European Commission’s approved standard contractual clauses when transferring your PI to a country, such as the United States, whose privacy laws are not seen as being adequate by the Commission. A copy of the standard contractual clauses we have in place may be requested at


3. Post-Mortem Rights 

Where permitted by law, You may define guidelines as to the storage, erasure and communication of your PI after your death. These guidelines may be general or specific. 

Your Rights if You Live in California

In addition to other rights already discussed in this Privacy Policy, if you are a California consumer, as defined by the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”), California law may provide you additional rights with respect to your PI. The CCPA defines PI very broadly. Any PI we collect is collected for the commercial purpose of effectively providing our products and services to you, as well as enabling you to learn more about, and benefit from, our products and services. 

In addition, if a California consumer exercises his or her rights under the CCPA, we shall not discriminate against that consumer by denying him or her our goods or services, charging different prices or rates to similarly situated consumers or providing a different level or quality of our goods or services. 

1. Transferring Your PI to Third Parties 

A. Sell. 

We do not sell your PI to third parties. 

We may transfer your PI to third parties where We do not receive a monetary payment. California law defines “sell” as selling, releasing or disclosing your PI for a monetary payment or something else of value received in return. 

If you wish to direct us to not sell your PI, you may do so by the following methods: Contact us by email at

We may sell (but not for monetary compensation) the following types of PI to third par

B. Transfer to Service Providers. 

We may transfer your PI to a third party Service Provider for a business purpose. We transfer the following types of PI to third party Service Providers for a business purpose: 

● First and last name, business name and address, business and mobile telephone numbers and signature; 

● JustNotarized account number; 

● Biometric data and, 

● Social media account names.

2. Transferring Your PI to Third Parties for Third Direct Marketing 

California law permits you to request from us additional information if we transfer, or share, your PI with third parties for their direct marketing purposes. We do not transfer, or share, your PI with third parties for their direct marketing purposes. 

3. Do Not Track 

Our websites don’t use cookies and similar technologies. 

Please be aware that our websites do not respond to Do Not Track browser settings and do not participate in any Do Not Track Frameworks that would allow us to respond to you. 

Your Rights if You are a Resident of Nevada 

Nevada law may allow you to direct us to not sell, for money compensation, certain of your PI. However, please be aware that We do not sell PI to third parties for monetary compensation.

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