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Does Grammarly use subprocessors?

Grammarly uses certain subprocessors to help us operate, provide, improve, integrate, customize, and support our services. 

Grammarly maintains a thorough vendor-review process to conduct due diligence before engaging with any subprocessors. Among other focuses, this process validates that customer personal data is always protected. The review process includes multi-step security and privacy assessments, a detailed review of the vendor’s compliance posture, and an in-depth legal review of subprocessor data practices. Grammarly repeats this due diligence regularly.

Grammarly does not, and will not, sell or rent your or your team’s information. We don’t help third parties advertise their products to you.

The table below identifies Grammarly’s subprocessors, details the purpose of their services, and server location. Subprocessor websites are available through links in the table.

Subprocessor

Purpose

Server location

AWS

Data hosting; product infrastructure 

USA

Zendesk

Customer support ticketing management

USA

Twilio

Cloud communications platform

USA

Sumo Logic

Service monitoring; security event management  

USA

Salesforce

Client relationship management; marketing campaign management

USA

Outreach

Lead generation management, email campaign management

USA

PayPal

Financial transactions

USA

Braintree

Financial transactions

USA

Thomson Reuters

Tax payments processing

USA

Kount

Payment fraud prevention

USA

Azure

Plagiarism detection infrastructure

USA


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We value the trust our customers put in us to keep their information safe and secure. Read Grammarly’s User Trust Guidelines to learn about our user-first approach to privacy and security. Learn more about Grammarly security operations, policies, practices, and attestations on this page.

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