Privacy Policy

We rely on Google tools like Analytics and AdSense to help us deliver a better service to our customers. The Google Privacy Statement can be found here.

What we stand for and what we do is the URL for our website.

For individuals who are concerned about how their “Personally Identifiable Information” (PII) is used online, we’ve put together this privacy policy to help them out. Personal identifying information (PII) is information that, alone or in combination with other data, can be used to identify, contact or find a specific individual, or to place that individual in context. If you have any questions about our privacy policies, please read them carefully. We collect, utilise, protect, and otherwise handle your Personally Identifiable Information in compliance with our website.

What personal information does our blog, website, or app collect from visitors?

To better serve you, we may ask for your email address or other personal information when you place an order or register on our site.

How often do we gather data?

When you sign up for a newsletter or fill out a form on our site, we collect information from you.

What do we do with your personal data?

For example, we utilize the information you give us when you sign up for a newsletter, sign up for a survey or marketing message, surf the website, or use some other site features in the following ways:.

We do this to better serve you by delivering the content and product offerings you care about.

To make our website more user-friendly.

So that we can better reply to your inquiries for customer service.

When it comes to protecting your personal information, how do we go about it?

We solely disseminate content and data. Credit card information is never requested.

Malware scanning is performed on a regular basis.

There are a restricted number of people who have special access rights and are expected to keep your personal information confidential behind a secure network. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology encrypts all sensitive/credit information you provide.

We utilise a number of security methods to protect your personal information when you enter, submit, or access it.

Gateway providers handle all transactions, and our servers are not involved in any way.

Do we make use of so-called “cookies”?

Yes. To allow a site or service provider to recognise you and your browser and capture and remember information, cookies are little files that are transferred to your computer’s hard drive through your Web browser (if you allow). Cookies, for example, assist us in keeping track of the products in your shopping cart and delivering them to you. Also, they are used to help us better understand your preferences based on your previous or current site activity, which helps us to provide you with better services. As previously said, cookies aid in the compilation of aggregate data on site traffic and activity so that we can continue to provide better site experiences and features for visitors in the future.

Cookies are used for a variety of purposes, including:

  • The user’s preferences can be saved for future visits.
  • Keep an eye out for commercials.
  • In the future, offer improved site experiences and features by aggregating aggregate data on site visitors and interactions. Additionally, we may make use of services provided by reputable third parties to keep track of this data on our behalf.

Either have your computer notify you each time a cookie is transmitted, or turn off all cookies altogether. This can be done in the preferences of your web browser. Make sure to check your browser’s Help Menu for instructions on how to change your cookies.

Many of the features that make your online experience more efficient may not work properly if you disable cookies on your browser.

Your web experience will be more efficient and may not function properly if you don’t utilise this.

The disclosure of private information by a third party

The information you provide to us is not sold, traded, or otherwise transferred to outside parties.

Links to other websites

Third-party items and services are occasionally offered on our website at our discretion. There are unique and distinct privacy policies for these third-party sites. As a result, we dissociate ourselves from the information and activity of any connected sites. Though this is a concern, we want to keep our site safe and encourage any input you may have.


In a nutshell, Google’s Advertising Principles summarise the company’s advertising standards. They are designed to enhance the user experience.

Here: Google Policy

  • Google AdSense is used to monetize our site.
  • Third-party vendors like Google use cookies to provide advertisements to users of our site. In order to provide targeted advertisements based on our users’ previous online activity, Google uses the DART cookie. Visitors to the Google Ad and Content Network privacy policy can opt out of the DART cookie’s use.

Following are the changes we’ve made:

Using Google AdSense to remarketing customers

Our website collects information about user interactions with ad impressions and other ad service functions related to ad impressions and other user interactions with third-party identifiers, such as the DoubleClick cookie, from both first- and third-party cookies, such as those used by Google and other third-party vendors like Google.

Opting out:

The Google Ad Settings page allows you to customize how Google advertises to you. Alternately, you can choose not to be tracked by Google Analytics by installing the Google Analytics Opt Out Browser extension or visiting the Network Advertising Initiative Opt Out page.

Protection of Personal Information in the Electronic Communications Environment Act of California

This regulation is the first of its kind to mandate commercial websites and online services to provide a privacy statement. All organizations that collect Personally Identifiable Information from California consumers must post prominently on their websites their privacy policies, saying exactly what information is being collected and to whom it is being shared.– You can learn more about the California Online Privacy Protection Act (Caloppa) at:

In accordance with CalOPPA, we are in agreement with the following statements:

Our website accepts anonymous visitors.

On our home page or, at the very least, on the first significant page after entering our website we will include a link to this privacy policy.

It is easy to find our Privacy Policy link because it includes the word ‘Privacy’ in its URL.

In the event of a privacy policy change, you will be informed:
In accordance with the terms of our Privacy Statement,

You have the ability to alter your personal data:

To access your account, you must first log in.

Do Not Track signals are handled by our website in what way?
DNT signals are honoured and we don’t track, plant cookies or employ advertising if a DNT browser mechanism is in existence.

Do we accept third-party tracking on our website?

We also enable third-party behavioural tracking, which is crucial to note.

Child Protective Services (COPPA) (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) gives parents authority over the acquisition of personal information from children under the age of thirteen. The COPPA Rule, which specifies what website and online service owners must do to safeguard children’s privacy and safety online, is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, the United States’ consumer protection agency.

We do not target youngsters under the age of 13 in our marketing efforts.

Including ad networks and plug-ins, do we allow third parties to gather personal information on children under the age of 13?

Fairness in the Handling of Information

As the foundation of privacy legislation in the United States, the Fair Information Practices Principles play a crucial role in the worldwide development of data protection regulations. Complying with various privacy rules necessitates an understanding of the Fair Information Practice Principles and how they should be put into practise.

If a data breach occurs, we shall respond in accordance with Fair Information Practices as follows:

In-site notifications will be used to inform users of the change.

Within a week’s time

It’s important to us that individuals have the ability to lawfully seek actionable rights against data collectors and processors who violate the law. Individuals must have rights that can be enforced against data users, but they must also be able to turn to courts or government authorities for help in investigating and/or prosecuting data processors who violate those rights, according to this idea.

The CAN SPAM Act of 2002

An important piece of legislation, known as the CAN-SPAM Act, defines regulations for commercial email, allows recipients the ability to stop emails from being delivered to them, and imposes severe penalties for those who violate its provisions.

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