Privacy Policy

SyncUpAsia.com respects the privacy rights of all of its members. We have developed this specific privacy policy to show how we are fully committed to protecting your privacy. This Privacy Policy explains in specific detail the type of information that we collect from our members and how that information may be used or shared. We also explain the options available to you regarding the use of your information and the parties that you wish to disclose the information to. Please carefully review the information contained in our Privacy Policy and keep it in mind when using our website or services or any kind of business dealings with us. Use of our website signifies agreement with the practices that are depicted in our Privacy Policy.

We collect two types of information, private information and public information.

Private information includes your email address, and a user specific password that is kept as your personal history and for email notification purposes.

Public information includes your gender, age, height, body type, marital status, ethnic background, nationality, location, career, education and photos some of which may be optional photos.

Online polls - We may conduct online polls to facilitate the formation of social or business groups based on the mutual interests of our members. This information will be shared with other members only. Participation in these polls is completely voluntary.

Disclosure of information if required by law- You acknowledge and agree that we must disclose your private information if we are required to do so by law. This is for the safety and protection of our members.

You must be aware of and completely understand that we will try our best to hide your private information from other users/members and also "hackers" and that it is possible for others to obtain your personal and private information about you.

You must also be aware of and completely understand that we do not assume liability for the acts of third parties/partners through their links on our websites.

Please refer to the Federal Trade Commission's website at http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/menus/consumer/data.shtm for information about how to protect yourself against identity theft.

Please refer to Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada at http://www.priv.gc.ca for information on how to protect your privacy.