Privacy Policy

This Online Privacy Policy describes the information we collect from and about you during your visit to 
our websites.  Our Online Privacy Policy also describes how we use information about you, with whom 
we share it, and how we protect it. The terms “Princeton Paralegal,” “we,” “us,” or “our” refer to 
Princeton Paralegal Services, LLP.
This Online Privacy Policy applies only to Princeton Paralegal customers who use our Online Pay Portal 
and then only to information submitted to process your payment.
Information Collected Online and How It’s Used
Personal Information:  We only collect personal information about you on this Website that you 
voluntarily provide to us.  This information may include, for example: name, mailing address, email 
address, phone number, and similar information.  If you supply us with personal information online, we 
will use that information in order to:
        Process your request for services, products or information;
        Perform internal business processes such as data analysis, audits, and market research;
        Develop, improve or approve new products or services;
        Comply with applicable laws, regulations, or card organization rules;
        Combat fraud; or Send you information about Princeton Paralegal and our services that we believe you may find interesting.
Cookies, Pixels and Other Online Technology:  We use a browser features known as a cookie, which 
assigns a unique identification to your computer. These cookies are typically stored on your computer’s 
hard drive.  We use information collected from cookies to evaluate the effectiveness of our Website, 
analyze trends, and improve the Website.
We also use cookies and other online tracking technologies, like web beacons and pixels, to gather 
anonymous, aggregate information about your visit to our Website. This information allows us to 
measure site activity and may include the time and length of your visit, the web pages viewed and IP 
address.  When collecting the IP address, we may also be able to determine location information such as 
city, state, country, and your internet service provider.  We will also collect the type of mobile device 
you are using when connecting to our mobile website so we can provide the mobile website version 
best suited for your device.  We may use analytics companies to better understand your use of our 
For a description of “Do Not Track” information for browsers and mobile devices, and information about 
opt out programs that third party advertising companies participate in, please visit 
How We Share Information Collected Online
We may share information about you with our affiliates.  In addition, we may share the information we 
collect about you with our merchant services payment processor, Bank of America, or other service 
providers who assist us with the Website and who are under strict confidentiality requirements.  You 
should also be aware that we may disclose specific personal information about you if necessary to do so 
by law or based on our good-faith belief that it is necessary to conform or comply with the law or is 
necessary to protect the users of our Website, the Website, or the general public.
If Princeton Paralegal is ever merged with, acquired by or acquires another business entity, some or all 
of the information collected about you could be shared with this entity, as well as retained by us.
Protection of Information Collected Online
Our policies limit access to information collected online to our employees, affiliates, agents and service 
providers who need the information to fulfill their business responsibilities.  Our employees receive 
routine training about our privacy policies and procedures.
We use appropriate measures, including advanced technology, to protect personal information collected 
online from unauthorized access or disclosure.  These measures may include transmission through 
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, encryption, physical access security, and other appropriate 
technologies.  We review and enhance our security measures as necessary.
Privacy of Children
This Website is not directed at persons under the age of 18, and Princeton Paralegal Services does not 
knowingly collect or maintain information provided online by persons under the age of 18.
We may create links to third-party websites.  We do not evaluate and are not responsible for the privacy 
practices or content of such third-party websites.  We encourage you to review the privacy policies of 
each link to ensure that you are comfortable with their privacy practices.
We may also create links to websites of our affiliated companies.  This Online Privacy Policy does not 
apply when you visit one of these other sites.  Please to be sure to review the privacy policies applicable to these sites.
Changes to this Online Privacy Policy
This Online Privacy Policy is effective January 1, 2015. We may modify our collection and use practices 
from time to time.  Should there be a material change to our information collection and use practices, 
and should those changes enhance the security of information provided by our customers, then we will 
make every to apply those changes to information already in our possession as well as to information 
collected on a going forward basis.  We will also update this Online Privacy Policy.
If you have any questions about this Online Privacy Policy, please contact our privacy officer, Patricia 
Fax (609) 838-9038