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Privacy Policy


This Privacy Policy discloses the privacy practices of 828 Confession Line. (“828 Confession Line,” “us,” “our,” or “we”) with respect to your information collected, stored, disclosed and used by us, our subsidiaries and corporate affiliates, through our Confess Line Service(s), including our Website(s) and Applications (as defined in the Terms and Conditions).

YOUR USE OF OUR CONFESSION LINE SERVICE(S) IS SUBJECT TO THIS PRIVACY POLICY AND THE APPLICABLE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE. BY USING OUR CONFESSION LINE SERVICE(S), YOU ARE ACCEPTING THE PRACTICES SET OUT IN THIS PRIVACY POLICY AND THE APPLICABLE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE. If we decide to change our Privacy Policy, we will post those changes to this page and any other places we deem appropriate so that you are aware of what personal information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we disclose it.

The effective date of this Privacy Policy is noted below. We reserve the right to modify this Privacy Policy at any time, so please review it frequently. If we make material changes to this Privacy Policy, we will notify you here, or by other means, such as e-mail, at our discretion. Your continued use of any portion of the Confession Line Service(s) following the posting of the updated Privacy Policy will constitute your acceptance of the changes.


1. What Personal Information We Collect and How We Collect It


In order to provide our Confession Line Service(s), we could collect information about you that, alone or in combination with other information, could be used to identify you as an individual (“personal information”). What personal information we could collect and process depends on how and why you interact with us.


  • When you use our Confession Line Service(s), we could collect a variety of information about you, including but not limited to your contact information such as name, email address, phone number, mailing address, date of birth, etc. You may also choose to provide us with your photo(s) which may contain personal information. By providing us photo(s) you agree that we may make them available to the public and other users of the Confession Line Service(s). We could also collect your name, contact information (such as your email), and a copy of your correspondences with us, if you contact us.

  • During the Confession Line Service(s) process, you may, knowingly or unknowingly, provide us with personal information that is considered “sensitive” in your jurisdiction, including but not limited to, religious beliefs, ethnicity and political views. By providing this information, you agree to us storing, processing, and the use of such data for the purposes stated in the Terms and Conditions.

  • We may periodically conduct voluntary user surveys. We encourage our users to participate in such surveys because they provide us with important information regarding the improvement of our Confession Line Service(s) and experiences. You may also volunteer for certain surveys that we may offer to our users, and any additional rules regarding the conduct of such surveys will be disclosed to you prior to your participation. We do not link the survey responses to any personal information, and all responses are anonymous.

  • When you access or use our Confession Line Service(s), we could automatically collect information about how you access and use our Website(s) and Confession Line Service(s). The information we could collect includes your IP address, browser type, Internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp, and number of clicks. If you use a mobile device to access or download any of our Confession Line Service(s), we could also collect device information (such as your mobile device ID, model and manufacturer), operating system, and version information. While this information taken together could be considered personal information, we would not use this information to personally identify you. We would use this information in the aggregate to analyze trends, administer the Confession Line Service(s), prevent fraud, understand how users interact with the Confession Line Service(s), and gather demographic information to tailor our visitors’ experience on the Confession Line Service(s), show them content that we think they might be interested in, and display the content according to their preferences. We do not share this information with third parties.

We could use “cookies” to keep track of some types of information while you are accessing or using our Confession Line Service(s). Cookies are very small files placed on your computer, and they allow us to count the number of visitors to our Website(s) and distinguish repeat visitors from new visitors. They also allow us to save user preferences and track user trends. We may rely on cookies for the proper operation of our Website(s); therefore if your browser is set to reject all cookies, the website could not function properly. Some cookies are automatically erased after the end of the browser session (these are “session cookies”), whereas other cookies are stored for a predetermined amount of time or permanently in your browser, before they erase themselves (these are “temporary" or "permanent" cookies). While a cookie may distinguish your device, it will not name you. Almost every website uses cookie technology.

We have listed the name of each cookie, as well as the intended purpose of the cookie and other important information.

We could use certain cookies to make sure our website(s) and our Confession Line Service(s) is easy, secure and safe to use. Without these cookies, services that you have asked for (such as a secure website(s) and Confession Line Service(s)), would not be possible. This category of cookies include:

  • Cookies that identify or authenticate our users to ensure that our Confession Line Service(s) is secure;

  • Cookies that temporarily store certain user entries ;

  • Cookies that store certain user preferences (such as your language choices).


Analytics cookies
We could use analytics cookies to record usage data about our users (e.g. which users have visited which of our subpages, etc.) and to evaluate this information statistically.

Third Party Advertising Cookies / Third Party Pixel / Third Party Tracking
We could also allow third parties to collect our users' data through advertising cookies or pixels placed on our website. These cookies would allow us and other third parties to provide you with interest-based advertising that is based on an analysis of your usage behavior (e.g., which banner ads you have clicked on, which subpages you have visited, etc.) on the internet and our Services.

  • You can deactivate cookies on your device via your browser settings; and you can erase any cookies already stored on your device at any time in your browser. Please note, however, that if you choose to deactivate or remove cookies, doing so may prevent certain features on our website(s) from working properly and therefore affect your experience on our website(s). In addition, you may not be able to use all the features of our Confession Line Service(s) if you deactivate or remove cookies.

  • “Web beacons” (also known as “clear gifs” and “pixel tags”) are small transparent graphic images that are often used in conjunction with cookies in order to further personalize our website for our users and to collect a limited set of information about our visitors. We may also use web beacons in email communications in order to understand the behavior of our customers.

  • We could collect and use statistical information about your use of our Confession Line Service(s) to make it more user-friendly, to understand our market share, to conduct other market research and to make sure that we display relevant advertisements for you. To this end, we would work with various authorized service providers; and use analytics tools in our website. However, these tools will not use your IP address, or (if they do), they will shorten it immediately after collection (which means that it will be less clearly be linked to your device). These tools will also generate user profiles by using analytic cookies or by evaluating log files; however these user profiles would not be linked to your real world information and would not name you.

  • Promotional e-mail messages we could send you may contain code that enables our database to track your usage of the e-mails, including whether the e-mail was opened and what links (if any) were clicked.

In addition to information you provide us directly, and that we could collect automatically, we also may receive personal information from:


  • Fraud-detection and credit-reference agencies to correct our records and help prevent and detect fraud;

  • Sources that are available to the public, which we might combine with information that we collect from you directly; and

  • A family member or someone else acting on your behalf.


2. How and Why We Use Your Personal Information


We could use information that we collect about you or that you provide to us, including any personal information, to:

  • Provide and secure our Confession Line Service(s);

  • Establish and manage user accounts;

  • Provide customer support, troubleshoot issues, manage our Confession Line Service(s), and respond to requests, questions, and comments;

  • Process transactions;

  • Communicate with you about our Confession Line Service(s), including service announcements and administrative messages;

  • Communicate with you regarding promotions, including newsletters, new product offerings, special event notifications, special third-party offers;

  • Conduct market and consumer research and trend analyses;

  • Enable posting on our blogs, forums, and other public communications;

  • Perform accounting, auditing, billing, reconciliation, and collection activities;

  • Prevent, detect, identify, investigate, and respond to potential or actual claims, liabilities, prohibited behavior, and criminal activity;

  • Comply with and enforce legal requirements, agreements, and policies;

  • Achieve purposes for which we provide specific notice at the time of collection; and

  • For any other purpose with your consent.

One of the methods we could use to communicate with you in connection with the Confession Line Service(s) may be by telephone or text message (including to any wireless number you may provide to us). For example, you may sign up for a text messaging service (“SMS Verification”) which enables us to verify your phone number via a confirmed text message. If you would rather not receive telephone calls or text messages from us, you may omit your number from anywhere you connect to the Confession Line Service(s). By accessing or using the Confession Line Service(s), you agree to allow us to anonymously use the information from you and your experiences to continue our research into successful relationships. This research, conducted by psychologists and behavior research scientists, may be published in academic journals. However, all of your responses would be kept anonymous, and no personal information would be published.


3. Mobile Push Notifications


We could send you push notifications if you choose to receive them by providing your mobile number at any point of your use of the Confession Line Service(s).


4. If Information is Not Provided


Not providing some personal information may limit our ability to fulfil the applicable purpose of the services we are able to provide you.


5. Disclosure of Your Personal Information


In general we may share personal information we collect:

  • With current and future organizations that are part of our network of organizations for the purposes described in this Privacy Policy;

  • With affiliated and unaffiliated service providers who help us perform and deliver our Confession Line Service(s), subject to confidentiality agreements, including: customer care agents; technology assistants; service fulfillment; form processing; website management and hosting; information technology and security; email and newsletter delivery; advertisement partners and corporate sponsors; auditing; collection agencies; and credit card processing;

  • With the appropriate authorities if we believe disclosure is necessary and appropriate to prevent physical, financial, or other harm, injury, or loss, including to protect against fraud or credit risk;

  • With legal, governmental, or judicial authorities as instructed or required by those authorities and applicable laws, or in relation to a legal activity, such as in response to a subpoena or investigation of suspected illicit or illegal activities, or where we believe in good faith that users may be engaged in illicit or illegal activities, or where we are bound by contract or law to enable a network partner to comply with applicable laws;

  • With necessary third parties in connection with, or during negotiations for, an acquisition, merger, asset sale, or other similar business transfer that involves all or substantially all of our assets or functions where personal information is transferred or shared as part of the business assets;

  • With your consent or at your direction, such as when you choose to share information or publicly post content and reviews (for example, social media posts); and

  • With persons of your choosing and at your discretion, should the Confession Line Service(s) allow that functionality.


In addition, we may disclose personal information as follows.

  • You acknowledge and agree that we may disclose information you provide if required to do so by law, or if we, in our sole discretion, believe that disclosure is reasonable to (1) comply with the law, requests or orders from law enforcement, or any legal process (whether or not such disclosure is required by applicable law); (2) protect or defend 828 Confession Line’s, or a third party’s, rights or property; or (3) protect someone’s health or safety, such as when harm or violence against any person (including you) is threatened.

  • Notwithstanding any other provision of this Privacy Policy or our Terms and Conditions , we reserve the right, but have no obligation, to disclose any information that you submit to the Confession Line Service(s), if in our sole opinion, we suspect or have reason to suspect, that the information involves a party who may be the victim of abuse in any form. Abuse may include, without limitation, elder abuse, child abuse, spousal abuse, neglect, or domestic violence. Information may be disclosed to authorities that we, in our sole discretion, deem appropriate to handle such disclosure. Appropriate authorities may include, without limitation, law enforcement agencies, child protection agencies, or court officials. You hereby acknowledge and agree that we are permitted to make such disclosure.

  • We may share your information with third parties, but not in a manner that would reveal your identity. We may share your personal information, sometimes in conjunction with non-identifying information, with service providers that may be associated with us to perform functions on our behalf. For example, outsourced customer care agents or technology assistants may need access to your information to perform services for you. Your information will be treated as private and confidential by such service providers and not used for any other purpose than we authorize.

  • As we develop our business, we may buy or sell assets and, depending on the transaction, your personal information may be one of the transferred assets. In the event that we are acquired by another company, your personal information may be part of the assets transferred to the acquiring party. If this occurs, you will be notified if there are any material changes to the way your personal information is collected or used.

  • By using the Confession Line Service(s) and expressly assenting to this privacy policy, you have consented to the transfer of your personal information solely for the purpose of providing you the services for which you have accessed. We take all reasonable steps to ensure that all overseas recipients will not hold, use or disclose your personal information inconsistently with applicable law.


6. Third-Party Advertising

We may use third-party advertising agencies or other service providers to serve ads on our website on behalf of us. These companies may employ cookies or pixels to measure advertising effectiveness. Any information that these third parties collect via cookies and pixels is anonymous. Some of these third-party advertising agencies may be members of the Digital Advertising Alliance, which offers the option to opt out of ad targeting from its member agencies by following the procedures listed here or for applications, access the AppChoices website here.
We would only share your information with third parties in the ways defined in this Privacy Policy.


7. Age Restrictions


We only accept access to our Confession Line Service(s) from users who are 18 years or older (or the age of majority in applicable jurisdictions), and any information we may receive from users we believe to be under the age of 18 will be purged from our database. If you believe that we may have collected any such personal information through our Confession Line Service(s), please notify us as specified below.


8. Custom Audience


We may also use services provided by third-party platforms (such as social networking and other websites) to serve targeted advertisements on such platforms to you or others, and we may provide a hashed version of your email address or other information to the platform provider for such purposes.


9. Security


We store information in a combination of electronic storage facilities, paper-based files and other records. While we cannot guarantee your personal information is completely secure at all times, we have administrative, organizational, technical, and physical security measures in place to help protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information collected and processed. These measures include the use of firewalls, digital certificates, Security Socket Layer (SSL)and encryption technology during administrative access to site data, as well as other proprietary security measures which are applied to all repositories and transfers of user information.


10. “Do Not Track” Signals


We do not process or respond to web browsers’ “do not track” signals or other similar transmissions that indicate a request to disable online tracking of users who use or visit our Website(s). You may, however, disable certain tracking as discussed above (e.g., by disabling cookies). Please consult the “Help” section of your internet browser for more information.


11. Links to or Access from Other Sites


You may be able to access our Confession Line Service(s) from third party websites, such as social networking sites (e.g., Facebook), by way of various applications. These services will authenticate your identity and provide you with the option to share certain personal information with us such as your name and email address. The privacy policies and practices of such sites in connection with information you disclose on such sites may differ from the practices of 828 Confession Line as set forth in this Privacy Policy. We are not responsible for the privacy policies or practices or the content of any other websites that may provide access to, or be linked to or from, our Services, including that of any social networking sites. Please be aware that, should you choose to use the Facebook or any third-party platform to access the Confession Line Service(s), you should not permit other persons to use your Facebook or any third-party platforms or accounts or give other persons your login information for those websites. (See also Terms & Conditions, Section 2(e) (“Exclusive Use”).)


12. Choice/Opt-Out


You may use the following options for removing your information from our e-mail database if you wish to opt out of receiving promotional emails.

  • Click on the "unsubscribe" link on the bottom of the e-mail;

  • Send an e-mail to: letting us know which promotional e-mails you wish to opt-out of; or

  • For any Services that allow you to control which e-mails you receive, go to the Notifications page, and uncheck the undesired promotions.


13. Retention and Storage of Your Personal Information


We could retain your personal information for as long as necessary to fulfill the purpose(s) for which it was collected and to comply with applicable laws, and your consent to such purpose(s) remains valid after termination of your relationship with us. Except for information required for accounting or record-keeping purposes, we will automatically delete your personal information after 24 months of inactivity (as defined in the Terms and Conditions) unless we have a valid reason to retain such information.
Your personal information may be processed and stored outside of the jurisdiction or country in which you reside by us, an affiliate or an unaffiliated service provider for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy and, under the laws of these other jurisdictions, in certain circumstances foreign courts, law enforcement agencies or regulatory agencies may be entitled to access your personal information.

14. Contacting Us

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or our privacy practices, you can contact us by e-mail at:  


16. Dispute Resolution


If you have an unresolved privacy or data use concern that we have not addressed satisfactorily, please contact us at the e-mail address listed above.


17. Residents of California - California Privacy Policy


This Section 17 of this Privacy Policy is applicable only to California residents and is effective as of January 1, 2020.


California Consumer Rights
Effective January 1, 2020, under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), California residents have the right to know what categories of personal information we generally collect, use, disclose, and/or sell about them within the past 12 months. California residents have the right to know where that information came from, the business or commercial purposes for the collection, and the categories of third parties with and/or to whom that information was shared and/or sold within the past 12 months. Throughout this Privacy Policy, and specifically in this section, we have set out our policies and processes as it relates to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information.
California residents also have the right to request access to that information on an individual level, to remove their personal information in accordance with applicable laws. Consumers who have a visual disability may be able to use a screen reader or other text-to-speech or text-to-Braille tool to review the contents of this notice.


Data Access Request
If you are a California consumer and you would like to submit a request to exercise your right to know what personal information we have collected, used or disclosed to third parties in the 12 month period prior to your request, you can make a request by e-mail:  

Please specify in your request the details you would like to know, including any specific pieces of personal information you would like to access.
Please note that your right to know can be exercised without justification and free of charge. However, we may request a fee, notably when requests are unfounded, excessive or have a repetitive character. We are not required to provide access to personal information more than twice in 12 months.

Authorized Agent
If you wish to designate an authorized agent to make a request on your behalf, please let us know when you make your request. You can designate an authorized agent to make a request under the CCPA on your behalf if: (i) the authorized agent is a natural person or a business entity registered with the Secretary of State of California; and (ii) you sign a written declaration that you authorize the authorized agent to act on your behalf.
If you use an authorized agent to submit a request to exercise your right to know or your right to request deletion, please take the following steps:

  • E-mail your written declaration authorizing the authorized agent to act on your behalf, certified by a California notary public, to; and

  • Provide any information we request as described above and/or in our response to verify your identity.

If you provide an authorized agent with power of attorney pursuant to Probate Code sections 4000 to 4465, it may not be necessary to perform these steps and we will respond to any request from such authorized agent in accordance with the CCPA.


Additional Information
Any access or deletion requests that can be processed by us will be done so within 45 days from the date we receive your request unless we notify you that an extension is required. In case of an extended completion period, we will process your request within 90 days from the date of your original request. If we are unable to satisfactorily verify your identity, we will not be able to process your request.
We will not discriminate against you if you choose to exercise any of your privacy rights under California law.


Disclosure of Personal Information, No Sale
We disclose, and have disclosed over the preceding 12 months, certain categories of California residents’ personal information to the categories of third parties as shown in the table below.
We have not sold California residents’ personal information over the preceding 12 months and will not do so. We have not and will not sell the personal information of minors under 16 years of age without affirmative authorization.


Right to Opt-Out of the Sale of Personal Information
California residents also have the right to request that we limit or stop the “selling” (a broad word used to also include some types of sharing) of their personal information under certain circumstances. However, we do not engage in selling personal information.


Contact for More Information or Questions?
If you have any questions about this section or about exercising your rights described above, you can contact us by e-mailing us at:


18. Effective Date


This privacy statement was last revised on November 6, 2021.

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