SURU CHEMICALS & PHARMACEUTICALS PVT. LTD. believes that your personal information—including your purchase history, phone numbers, email and residential addresses, belongs to you. To service you better, we collect this type of information when you provide it to us, but we do not rent or sell your information to third parties.
Our primary goal in collecting personal information is to provide you with a better purchase experience. When we collect your personal information, you are sharing it with SURU CHEMICALS & PHARMACEUTICALS PVT. LTD., its parent, affiliate and subsidiary entities. Below are the different types of information we may gather and how we use them:
When you click to see any of our product's details, we will request your name, Current Occupation, Company Name, phone number, and email. This personal information is kept for the purpose of sending clients more information about that particular product, for customer service needs.
SURU CHEMICALS & PHARMACEUTICALS PVT. LTD. does not sell or rent the telephone numbers, direct mail addresses, email addresses, or purchasing information of its customers to third parties.
When you contact our Customer Service department, we use your Name, Current Occupation, Company Name, email address, telephone number, and comments to help us assist you. We may also pass your feedback along to other departments within our company in order to improve our customer service.
When you place a Purchase order Online we will request your Company name, Contact Person & Address, ST No., CST No., Drug MFG License No., Excise Details, Point of Delivery, Payment Terms, Required Product Details, Order No, Order Date, Phone Number, and email. This personal information is kept for the purpose of early information of your purchase order only. Before dispatch we require a hard copy of your purchase order.
Cookies are pieces of information that are transferred to your computer's hard drive via your Web browser. They allow us to provide you with a more convenient and personalized purchasing experience by recording information about your preferences. Most browsers will allow you to prevent your computer from accepting cookies.
The United States Federal Trade Commission has created an information page, How to be Web ready, that provides general tips on how to protect your privacy online.
For more detailed information on protecting your privacy, you may also wish to consult the FTC publication Site seeing on the Internet. This handbook is filled with information about how to use the Internet wisely, including tips on how to avoid fraud and deception online and how to keep personal information private. Site seeing also helps parents teach children ways to have fun online without giving out private information.
Consumers can order a copy of Site seeing from the FTC by calling their toll-free number: 1-877-382-2020. The FTC has also developed a Site seeing education campaign page. An online version of the handbook can be found at this site.