In order to purchase reports from BoatHistoryReport.com, you must provide identifying and billing information such as your name, mailing address, email address, credit card number, and expiration date.
For every Boat History Report a Hull Identification Number (HIN) is required. The Hull Identification Number (HIN) is needed to create a history report from our extensive nationwide database. After entering a Hull Identification Number (HIN) you will immediately receive a Boat History Report.
Credit card information is required by BoatHistoryReport.com solely for the purpose of completing Boat History Report transactions and is not stored by BoatHistoryReport.com. This information is provided to a credit card processing company which bills you for the appropriate transaction(s). Not providing all required information will result in a void transaction and you will not receive a Boat History Report(s). You must provide all required identifying and billing information in order to guarantee a completed purchase. The credit card information provided to BoatHistoryReport.com will never be used for any purpose other than billing and customer support purposes.
Any identifying information provided to BoatHistoryReport.com throughout the process of ordering Boat History Reports may be used to notify you of updates in products, new products, product improvements, and special offers/promotions. In addition, Boat History Report may share the provided identifying information with affiliated third parties. Boat History Report is in no way responsible for the modification or access of any information provided to third party organizations. Boat History Report will never distribute or disclose the provided identifying information to non-affiliated parties, non-affiliated organizations, or non-affiliated marketing purposes.
BoatHistoryReport.com also tracks the traffic patterns of our users to discover ways to optimize our website. These improvements will optimize your Boat History Report experience.
BoatHistoryReport.com incorporates the use of a secure server for all orders. Information provided to Boat History Report is encrypted using a secure sockets layer (SSL) connection prior to being sent through the Internet to our secure servers. This encrypted connection protects your private identification and billing information. Although security verification depends on which browser you are using, "https" appearing in the front of the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) in the address bar, and/or a padlock in the locked position, in the bottom corner of your screen, ensure a secure connection. All Boat History Report registration pages are secure.
Although Boat History Report provides links to outside websites, we are in no way responsible for the privacy practices of these sites. Therefore, you should review the privacy policies of all outside websites.