privacy policy

The first type of data acquired or made public through your use of the services and interactions with the website is aggregated, non-personally identifying information (“Non-personal Information”). We cannot determine the user’s identity from the collected, non-personal data.

We collect information about your computer’s software and hardware configurations, among other things, when you interact with the Services. This information is used to enhance the Services and enhance your experience using them.

Exactly why do we need access to your information?

One or more of the following uses may be made of any information we collect about you:

To enhance your overall experience, (With these details, we can better meet your needs.)

Perform financial dealings

We will never share your information (whether public or private) with any third party outside of our organization unless required to do so by law or court order, or unless you otherwise permit us to do so to fulfill your order.

Repeatedly sending out emails

Your order status and any relevant communications will be sent to the email address you provide during checkout.

How do we keep your information secure?

To prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, we implement a variety of security measures when you make a purchase, enter, transfer, or access your personal information.

A private server is made available to you. All submitted sensitive/credit information is communicated via Secure Socket Layer encryption and then retained in the payment processing provider’s database, where only those with the appropriate authorization have access.


We utilize a variety of systems and practices for conducting site analysis, including analytics, to gather, store, and track data relating to your use of the Services.

A “cookie” is a small piece of information that a website sends to your computer to keep track of your preferences and activity on the site. We and our reputable third-party collaborators may employ such cookies for a variety of reasons. We want to do things like facilitating faster and more fluid engagements between you and our services, preserving your selections, and making it easier for you to navigate the site and activate certain features on demand.

We use the following varieties of cookies:

That way, we can keep track of what you’ve been up to in your browser session. When you open a new tab on your browser and close it again, you’ve completed one session.

Performance cookies are those that track how a website is navigated and used. Such information may include the pages you visit most often and whether or not you encounter any issues on those pages. However, none of the information these cookies collect may be used to identify you personally. Data collected by these cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. It’s for the site’s betterment in terms of functionality, that’s all.

Advertising and targeting cookies are placed on your computer to provide you with advertisements that are more relevant to you. Further, by restricting the number of times or the regularity with which you are presented with commercials, they aid in determining the efficacy of advertising campaigns.

Ad networks typically place them on websites with the approval of the site’s owner. They log the sites you visit and the pages you view, and sell this information to third parties who use it to target ads to you. Typically, the other company’s website features will be associated with targeting or advertising cookies.

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When you visit our website, we may also set a small text file called a “cookie” on your computer.

The internet analytics tools employed by a Search engine, VWO, Hotjar, and Clicky are all examples of third-party cookies. Companies other than the one you’re currently visiting may use their cookies to display adverts or integrate social media features like social plugins. For additional information on web analytics tools and how to assess reach, see the part further down in this cookie policy.

Why and how do we use the data we collect

We will only use your information if we have your permission or are required to do so by law. Generally speaking, we’ll use your data for the following purposes:

When we need to act to defend our (or another party’s) legitimate interests and those interests are not in conflict with your interests or basic rights and if we have gotten your specific consent to treat your data. We will always ask for your consent before sending you any promotional material through email from outside parties. You can always get in touch with us and cancel your marketing permissions.

This privacy policy describes how we collect and use individual data. In addition to the foregoing purposes, we also use the information we collect (which may include your personal information) for the following lawful purposes, always taking your privacy and other rights into account.

Providing Our Services (Including, but not limited to, the ability to submit and share user-generated content, to follow the shared content of other users, etc.);

To maintain contact with you, answer any questions you may have about the site’s content, send you periodic updates and email newsletters;

To aid us in providing Services and resolving issues; to develop our business further and improve our corporate strategy

Our legitimate interests necessitate the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information in the ways and for the purposes outlined above.

Sharing of Private Information

We will not share, sell, or disclose any of your personal information to outside parties except as described in this privacy statement. In addition to sharing your information for the aforementioned reasons, we may also share it in the ways described below.

Companies in the same corporate family as the Controller specialize in website performance and analytics. These details are anonymized and non-identifiable personal data regarding IP addresses for users in the European Economic Area.

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