Will anything I write and check with Grammarly, including my emails, be stored on the servers in the U.S. until I cancel my subscription?

Text from your emails that is checked via Grammarly’s browser extension is deleted automatically after 15 days. However, we do store limited information about your use of the service indefinitely, such as the type of mistake we corrected (i.e., the grammar rule that was broken) as well as the complete sentence if there was an error in it. All information is stored on our servers in the U.S.

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