Skramblr Software and the Skramblr Service and any personal information you provide on the Skramblr Site or Skramblr
terms, please do not use the Skramblr Site, Skramblr Service or Software.
any personally identifying information obtained when you access the Skramblr’s Site, use the Skramblr Service or any
other software provided by Skramblr. Information that you post at your discretion that becomes published content is not
whom Skramblr employs and manages.
Information Skramblr may Require to Provide the Service
Personally Identifiable Information, including mobile phone numbers and mobile device information, your push notification
name where applicable, billing information (if applicable) as requested by Skramblr when electing to participate in various
uses of the Skramblr Service, including registering as a user, posting in your time line, status updates or requesting
status for your contacts.
In order to provide the Skramblr Service, Skramblr may periodically access your address book or contact list on your
mobile device to locate the mobile phone numbers of other Skramblr users.
When you visit the Skramblr Site, we may use one or more cookies to uniquely identify your
browser and to remember information so you do not have to re-enter it during your current or repeat visits, to provide
custom, personalized content and information, to monitor metrics such as total number of visitors, pages viewed, etc,
and to track entries, submissions, views and updates.
Skramblr uses both session cookies and persistent cookies. A persistent cookie remains after you close your browser
and may be used for subsequent visits to the site. These can be removed by following your web browser help file directions.
Session cookies simply disappear once you close your browser. You can refuse all cookies or to request notice when a
cookie is being sent. Skramblr’s Service may not function properly if the cookies functionality is disabled.
Log File Information:
When you use Skramblr, our servers automatically record certain information that your web
browser sends whenever you visit any website such as your web request, Internet Protocol ("IP") address, browser language
and type, referring pages and exit pages and URLs, platform type, number of clicks, domain names, typical web page analytics,
cookies to identify your browser, your mobile device number, phone number you may request the status of and any required
Skramblr’s servers log specific information that our application sends when a message is sent or received, for status
updates or status information requests, which may include time and date stamps and the mobile phone numbers the messages
were sent from and to.
Information Skramblr Does Not Collect
Skramblr does not collect contact lists other than mobile phone details—the Skramblr mobile application will associate whatever
name the Skramblr user has assigned to the mobile telephone number in his/her mobile address book or contact list — and
this occurs dynamically on the mobile device itself and not on Skramblr’s servers and is not transmitted to Skramblr.
We do not collect location data, but users may voluntarily share their location with other users via the Skramblr Service.
Communications, whether they be text, photos, videos or animations delivered by the Skramblr Service are not copied,
kept or archived by Skramblr in the normal course of business.
The Skramblr Service is intended to be a secure SMS replacement, which uses data service through the Skramblr user’s
mobile device via Wifi or the user’s cell/mobile network. Users messages are transmitted via data service to Skramblr’s
servers from where they are routed to the receiver who is also a Skramblr user when they are online. If the receiver
is not online, they receive a notification that the undelivered message is pending in Skramblr’s server to be delivered.
The undelivered message is deleted from our servers after 30 days.
The contents of any delivered messages are not kept or retained by Skramblr. Upon delivery, the messages are deleted
from our servers but will remain on the sender’s and recipient’s mobile devices until deleted at the user’s option.
Skramblr will retain date and time stamp information from delivered messages and the mobile device numbers from the
messages, if required for encryption or de-encryption activities as well as any other transmission information which
Skramblr is legally compelled to collect.
The Way Skramblr Uses Information
You agree that Skramblr will use your personal information, and in particular, your mobile device number, for the purposes
of operating, maintaining, and providing you with the features and functionality of the Skramblr Service. Any information
for the purposes of billing subscriptions and purchases, collected from you is deleted thirty (30) days after the termination
of your account with Skramblr.
Status Updates and any Personally Identifiable Information that you enter or post on the Skramblr Service is publicly
available and can be accessed and used by other users of the Skramblr Service unless they are blocked by you. Your name
could be displayed to other users when you update your status through the Skramblr Service and other registered users
may contact you through the Skramblr Service.
Other than communications directly related to the Skramblr Service we do not use your mobile phone number or other Personally
Identifiable Information to send you marketing messages without your consent.
When Skramblr Discloses Information
Users of the Skramblr Service could see your Status Updates in a way that is consistent with the use of the Skramblr Service.
We do not sell or distribute your Personally Identifiable Information with other third-party companies without your
consent or except as reasonably necessary to perform, improve or maintain the Skramblr Service or if required to do so
by law, or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with state and federal laws, international
law or respond to a court order, subpoena, or search warrant or equivalent, or where in our reasonable belief, an individual’s
physical safety may be at risk or threatened.
Skramblr also reserves the right to disclose any information that Skramblr believes, in good faith, is reasonable or
essential to enforce Skramblr’s Terms of Service, or to prevent liability, in defence against any third-party claims
or allegations, to assist the inquiries of government instrumentalities, to maintain the security or integrity of the
Skramblr Service or our servers, and to protect the personal rights or safety of Skramblr users.
You do not have to submit your Personally Identifiable Information through the Skramblr Service, in which case Skramblr may
not be able to provide certain services to you. If you have registered as a user of The Skramblr Service but now discover
uninstall the Skramblr application and discontinue any further use of the Skramblr Service.
and Terms of Service.
Skramblr uses SMS authentication to verify your identity and protect your privacy and security, before registering your
mobile phone number and giving you access to the Skramblr Service. Please contact Skramblr via email to (team at Skramblr.com)
Third-party Advertisers, Links to Other Sites
Whilst advertising and third party communications are not a part of the Skramblr Services, Skramblr does reserve the right
to provide Users with advertisements for the Company or a third party, through the Service at some future time without
prior notice if it is deemed to be appropriate.
Our Commitment To Data Security
Skramblr maintains a very high level of physical and technical safeguards to preserve the integrity and security of users
personal information. Skramblr does not guarantee or warrant the security of any information users elect to transmit
via Skramblr and users do so at their own risk. The use of unsecured wifi or unprotected networks is never recommended.
If Skramblr learns of a security systems breach, then we may attempt to notify you electronically so that you can take
appropriate protective steps.
Special Note to International Users
The Skramblr Site and Service are hosted and backed up on three continents for maximum security. If you are accessing the
Skramblr Site and Service from any other country with laws or regulations governing personal data that differ from the
laws of Ireland, please be advised that through your continued use of the Skramblr Site and Service, which are governed
Skramblr’s Commitment to the Privacy of Children
The protection of the privacy of young children is of the utmost concern and for this reason, Skramblr does not permit or
authorise in any way the use of the Service or collection of any information on the Skramblr Service from anyone under
16 years of age.
No part of the Skramblr Service is directed to or authorised to be used by persons under 16. If you are under 16 years
of age, you may not use the Skramblr Service at any time or in any manner. If Skramblr learns that Personally Identifiable
Information of persons under 16 years of age has been collected on the Skramblr Site or Skramblr Service, then Skramblr
maintains the right to deactivate the account and make the Status Updates inaccessible.
No images of children that may be deemed to be in violation of those children’s rights may be posted or transmitted
via Skramblr or its associated services. If such images are brought to the attention of Skramblr’s executive or staff,
we will close the user’s access to the Service and if appropriate, report the actions to the relevant authorities.
Merger, Sale, or Discontinuance
In the event that Skramblr is acquired by or merged with another entity, we reserve the right to transfer or assign the information
we have collected from our users as part of such activity. Should insolvency, reorganization, receivership, or assignment
for the benefit of creditors, or the application of laws or equitable principles affecting creditors' rights generally
occur, we may not be able to control how personal information is treated, transferred, or used and this woulod be determined
by the prevailing laws.
Amendments to this Privacy Notice
of the effective date below. Please revisit this page to stay aware of any changes. Your continued use of the Skramblr