Let's say that I do not trust a lot in myself and my ability to not screw my computer, so also my private keys.
Knowing the concept of wallet HD and having seeds to recover all your private keys linked to the seed, how does this work, from wallets perspective?:
Does a wallet provider save my private keys (in a secure way) in order to restore them in the future with my seed, if I require it? (Providing paraphrase or information required)
Depends on the wallet provider whether they save a encrypted copy of my private keys to restore them in the future (just in case I remove or lose my local wallet file) or others that they do not save any private data, leaning the entire private keys in my local machine ?
This question is related with some FaQ from.some wallet providers, which they offer the option to restore your private keys providing the seed. This looks like they have a copy of your private keys, otherwise whether you are the only one that have them and you lose your private keys, there is no way to restore it.