Stamp and coin scanning software. Scan and crop stamps with a single click.
You privacy is important for StampScanEmail address
First of all: your email address is NEVER sold or given to third parties for any purposes. (Purchasing requires the use of an email address which is stored by both the website and PayPal for communication purposes. See PayPal section below for more details.) By purchasing the program you aggree to receive automated and non-automated email messages from the author about StampScan or other products created by the author. You can opt out- and in of automated messages anytime by visiting your Customer Care Center. Here's how your private data handled in various processes during browsing and purchase:
All access to the website is logged into a database. This is a general practice. The goal is to monitor traffic, web referrals and download statistics. Non-aggregated website access data is never disclosed to third parties. Website is hosted by webfaction.com which is a British company. Website is physically located and hosted in Dallas, US.
Software & Installer
StampScan software is a Windows executable which does not record any personal data about you. None. Never. The software keeps track of total scanning rounds performed in an .ini file in order to provide better tutorial and guide experience for novice users. This data is not leaving your computer. Upon removal of the software, an optional feedback form pops up. Should you choose to reply, your answer will invoke a webpage and the reply will be stored for statistical recount.
Upon purchase, your email address and country/address/name data shared with PayPal is stored in the StampScan database in order to provide data for invoicing and statistical reasons. Your credit card and other payment information NEVER reaches StampScan.com in any shape or form. These information stays held at PayPal.com. StampScan.com does not employ cookies other than temporal session cookies. See PayPal's privacy statement. I will NEVER ask for your payment details. Should you receive such an inquiry, do not disclose your data.