Privacy Policy

Scala takes your privacy very seriously.

Scala is committed to protecting your privacy and will not sell, rent or share your information in a manner that does not comply with this Privacy Policy.

Some Scala pages may contain links to non-Scala sites. We are not responsible for the privacy policies of those sites. We recommend you review the privacy policies of each site you visit.

We collect information directly from you when you choose to provide it. We may also use cookies and other technologies to collect information about you. Cookies are widely used and accepted on the web, and are critical to the operation of many websites. The recorded information cannot be read by any other website. You may choose to not accept cookies, through your web browser settings. We may also obtain information about you from other sources, including commercially available sources, such as data aggregators and public databases. The information we collect about you helps us better serve you and your unique needs.

If it is necessary to put you in touch with our trusted network of Scala Certified Partners (SCPs), your contact information will be provided with strict privacy guidelines. Scala does not sell, rent or give its email address list to any other company.

Scala.com is a general audience site and does not knowingly collect any personal information from children.

Again, Scala takes your privacy seriously. We also hope we will have the honor of serving you as one of our customers.




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