Directly from consumers:Consumers may provide their information directly to USPhoneBook when they sign up for the service.
From third-party sources:USPhoneBook may collect consumer data from third-party sources, such as public records and other data providers.
From social media platforms:The Company may collect data from social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, when consumers interact with USPhoneBook on those platforms.
To provide the services consumers request:When consumers use USPhoneBook’s reverse phone lookup service, the company uses the information provided to search for the associated name and address. For example, if a consumer provides a phone number, USPhoneBook will use that number to search for the related name and address.
To improve the service:The company uses consumer data to improve its services. For example, USPhoneBook may use data to troubleshoot issues or to develop new features.
To protect consumers and the company:USPhoneBook uses consumer data to help protect consumers and the company by verifying identities and detecting fraud.
To communicate with consumers:The company may use consumer data to communicate with consumers about the service, such as to provide customer support or send marketing communications.
For research and development:USPhoneBook may use consumer data to develop new features and products.
For customer support:When consumers contact USPhoneBook for customer support, the company will use the information provided to resolve the issue.
Advertising networks:USPhoneBook may work with advertising networks to show relevant ads to consumers.
Data providers:USPhoneBook may share data with providers who supply the company with updated information.
Third-party applications:USPhonebook may allow third-party applications to access their API to provide additional consumer services.