Privacy Policy

Leasebreak.com respects your privacy.   Here is our privacy policy. 

In order to post a listing, you would need to submit some very basic personal information, such as your name, email address, phone number, and the physical address of the listed property.  We only collect information that you supply to us. 

The address of the property listed will be posted on our web site on the main listing page as well as the search results page, but the unit number will not.  We ask for the unit number for verification purposes only, so we need this information to be correct otherwise we may deactivate the listing and your account without contacting you first. 

Leasebreak.com will only use your phone number for verification purposes, or to contact you about your listing, or to provide the information to a real estate agent only if you ask to be connected to a real estate agent.  Leasebreak.com will also send your name and email address to a real estate agent only if you ask to be connected to a real estate agent.  

Leasebreak.com will use your email address if we need to contact you directly for any reason or to send you any updates or important information relating to Leasebreak.com.  We will not sell or knowingly provide this information to any third party, unless required to do so by legal authorities.  The apartment address and information, and your name, phone number, and email address are held in our database until the apartment listing and account are deleted. 

By registering with us, you agree to the use of your email address for online marketing purposes relating to Leasebreak.  For example, you agree to be signed up for any and all Leasebreak newsletters which could include being invited to groups, such as Facebook groups.  You can unsubscribe to any of our newsletters at anytime by clicking the "unsubsribe" link at the bottom of our newsletters.  

If you are just searching for rental listings but do not register with us, we do not knowingly collect any personal data from you. 

Leasebreak.com may be copied on emails between "posters" of listings and users who contact those "posters".  Leasebreak.com does this to be able to monitor spamming efforts, as well to better understand how people are using our web site.

We don't employ tracking devices for marketing purposes, including cookies.  However, cookies are used and placed on your computer in order to store a session (i.e. to remember your login state, search criteria, filtering, and sorting view etc.).  Also note that while we currently do not using any services to serve ads to you, in the future if we decide to do this, then third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve these ads.

 

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