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Privacy Policy

We gather and handle user data in accordance with the next Privacy Policy.

Data Gathered:

We gather data that you voluntarily supply to us. We may get information from you when you register for one of our services, subscribe, take part in one of our interactive features, fill out a form, ask for customer assistance, or otherwise contact us. Your name, email address, postal address, payment card information, and any contact or identifying information you choose to submit are the kinds of information we may gather.


We gather anonymous information from each user of the website in order to track usage and address faults. For instance, we gather data about web requests, the information delivered in response to those requests, the Internet Protocol address, the type of browser being used, the language of that browser, and the timestamp for the request.

In order to collect information, we also employ a variety of methods, some of which may involve placing cookies on your computer. Cookies are little data files that are kept on your computer’s hard disk or in the device’s memory and allow us analyze user behavior, count visits, and improve our services and your experience. Web beacons, commonly referred to as “tracking pixels,” are another method we might use to gather data. Web beacons are electronic images that may be used in our services or emails to track visitor counts, analyze usage, and measure the success of marketing campaigns.

Data Use:

We only use your personal information to contact you with information about our website or our services. We use industry-standard safeguards to prevent unauthorized access to the information we store about you, including personal data.
Without your permission, we never divulge the personal information you’ve given us, unless:
You should do that to fulfill your own request.
We consider it necessary to uphold our contractual obligations or that it is mandated by law.
We consider it necessary to identify, stop, or handle fraud, security, or technical issues.

Data sharing

We don’t divulge any of your private information to outside parties. To assist us enhance the Website and service, aggregated, anonymised data is periodically shared to external services.
We might make analytics services available from other parties. These third parties might employ cookies, web beacons, and other technologies to gather data about how you use their services and other websites, including your IP address, web browser, the pages you visit, how long you spend on each page, the links you click, and information about conversions.
Additionally, we make use of the social sharing buttons offered by websites like Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and Facebook. The usage of these services provided by third parties is totally up to you. You are responsible for reading and comprehending the privacy policies and/or practices of these third-party services, since we are not accountable for them.

Security:

We take reasonable precautions to guard against misuse, loss, and unauthorized access, disclosure, modification, or destruction of personally identifiable information. It’s important to remember that no Internet transmission is ever 100% secure or error-free. Email transmitted to or from the Sites, in particular, could not be secure.

Children:

Children under the age of 13 are not permitted to use the website. We do not purposefully collect personally identifiable information from users in this age range through the Website.

Modifications to the Privacy Policy:

We reserve the right to periodically update this Privacy Policy. The Privacy Policy in place at the time such information is utilized governs the use of the information we currently collect.
We will provide you notice if there are significant changes to how we gather or use information by putting a notice on the website or sending you an email.