Privacy Policy

We did not want to use the stock Better Business Bureau’s Privacy Policy because it only causes an eye-sore. Instead, we have decided to put together our own – in plain English – one that does not start with “Your privacy is important to us.” We believe that the words SPAM, SCAM, and SCUM are synonymous, and we despise them as much as you do. If there were a single thing to take away from our privacy policy it would be this: we don’t sell, buy, or share user data with ANYONE, and we never will.


When you submit a form on our Contact Us page, we receive it as an email from you. This email is stored in our database and is only used for account or course notification purposes. We will never send you SPAM. In short, we only want to be in your Inbox if you want us there. Please note that this communication is sent via an unencrypted channel, and thus refrain from including any information you deem confidential. If such information does need to be relayed to us, please give us a heads up and we’ll make the necessary arrangements for our dialog to remain private.

Course Registration

We use ( as our payment gateway. As a result, your credit card information is never passed to LearnComputer. We receive only the contact information you volunteered during registration. We may contact you by email or phone regarding the class you registered for. Your contact information will not be shared with other students.

Credit Card Information

We don’t store or ever see your credit card information. We delegate credit card processing to companies like, PayPal and Google, who made it their sole business to handle payment transactions securely. When you pay for a course online, you will be doing so via the gateway or PayPal. Please see their respective privacy policies for additional information.


Security was of our chief concern when we selected the hosting provider, technology behind our site and service providers. We will not volunteer your data to anyone, but we also cannot claim to be entirely impervious to intrusions or other hacker attacks.

Third-party Sites

We carefully select our partners from a pool of trustworthy businesses with proven record of integrity. At the same time, we cannot provide any guarantees about the policies of sites we link to from our site. If you find a link on our site that you deem offensive or questionable, please contact us promptly.

Special Notification for California Residents

California Civil Code Section 1798.83, also known as the Shine The Light law, permits our clients who are California residents to request and obtain from us once a year, free of charge, information about the personal information (if any) we disclosed to third parties for direct marketing purposes in the preceding calendar year. To obtain such information, please contact us.

How to Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this privacy policy, please contact us.