What kind of personal information do we get from visitors to our blog, website, or app?
While making a purchase or registering on our site, you may be requested to provide your name, email address, or other information to assist you.
We collect information about you when you register on our site or fill out forms on it.
What will we do with the data you’ve provided?
We may use the information we collect from you in the following ways:
to send you emails on a regular basis with updates on your order as well as additional products and services
How do we keep your information secure?
We don’t employ any PCI-compliant or vulnerability scanning.
We only disseminate information and articles. Providing credit card information is never required.
We check for malware on a regular basis.
We don’t make use of an SSL certificate.
We just give information and articles. Your name, email address, or payment card number will never be requested.
Do we employ ‘cookies’?
You can choose to be notified every time a cookie is sent, or you can completely ban all cookies. You may accomplish this by altering your browser’s settings. Because every browser is different, see the help menu for details on how to update your cookies.
If you disable cookies, certain features will be unavailable. might help your site run more smoothly, but it also has the potential to break it.
However, orders will be accepted as usual.
Disclosure to a third party
We do not sell, trade, or transfer personally identifiable information to other parties unless users have given us their permission. This does not apply to website hosting partners or other third parties that help us operate our website, conducting our business, or serve our users, as long as they agree to keep this information private. We may also reveal information if we are obliged to do so by law, to enforce our site policies, or to protect our or others’ rights, property, or safety.
Non-personally identifiable visitor data, on the other hand, maybe shared with third parties for the purposes of marketing, advertising, and other purposes.
Google’s advertising policies are outlined in the Google Advertising Principles. They’re meant to make the user’s experience enjoyable.