Privacy Policy

We have compiled this privacy policy for those people who are worried about how their identification is going to be used online. According to the information described in the US Privacy law, PII is the information being used on its own or with other information to contact, identify or locate the single person or identify the individuals in this perspective. Therefore, it is recommended to read our privacy policy carefully. It will give you a clear idea of how we collect, protect and handle Personally Identifiable Information about your website.

Many of you will be thinking about what we do after collecting information from the people who visit our website, app, or blog. While placing the order or registering on the website, you are asked about details like your name, contact number, email id, or other details that are said to be important to help you with the experience. Do we collect this information too? We start accumulating information about the user when a person subscribes to our newsletter and fill out the information in the form on the website.

How can we utilize this information?

We might use the detailed information that we collect from our website users when they register, purchase, or sign up for our newsletter, respond to marketing communication or survey, surf the website, or utilize certain features present on the website.

  • This will allow us to respond better to your customer service requests.
  • To send periodic emails regarding other products, orders, or services.

How do we ensure the protection of your information?

We don’t prefer using vulnerability scanning or scanning according to PCI standards. Here we only offer information and article. We don’t ask our clients about their credit card numbers. Besides, we don’t use malware scanning.

Do we use an SSL certificate?

No, we don’t use it because we are not into transmitting clients’ personally identifiable information, except the mailing or contact list sign-up forms.

Do we use cookies?

No, we don’t use cookies for tracking purposes. Your system will inform you whenever cookies are sent, or you can turn off cookies on your own. You can do this through browser settings. Since every browser is different, you have to look at your browser’s help options to determine the right way to do this process. If you take the initiative of turning off the cookies, then some browser features will be disabled, making your website experience more efficient and may not function properly.

Third-party disclosure: – We are not here to trade, sell or transfer the details to outside parties. Your personally identifiable information is safe unless we ask the user for advance notice. In this process, the website hosting partner and other parties will help us operate the website, pursue our business, or serve our customers as long as those parties agree to keep this information secret. We can release this information according to the law; we enforce our site policies and protect our and other rights, safety, or property. But non-personally identifiable visitor information may be offered to the party for advertising, marketing, and related use.

Third-party Links: – We are not into offering third-party services or products from our website.

Google, the search engine

In association with third-party vendors such as Google, we use first-party cookies to have a clear idea of the preference of users and interests so that we can customize our Content according to their experience. But users can fix their preferences for how google can advertise you using the Google Ad setting page. Instead, you can choose to visit the Network Advertising Initiative Opt-out page or by using Google Analytics Opt-out Browser add-on.

California Online Privacy Protection Act.

CalOPPA is the state law required for the commercial website and online services for the privacy policy post. But this law has an extended reach beyond the walls of California to require any company or person in the United States that operates a website that collects personally identifiable information from California consumers to post a conspicuous privacy policy on its public website for stating exactly the information that is being collected and those companies or individuals with whom it is being shared.

We have agreed on the following according to the users who can visit the website anonymously. Once this policy is created, we will add the link on the home page as the minimum, on the first page after entering our website. Our privacy policy links include the word privacy, and it can be easily found on the page that is specified below. You can easily notice privacy changes. You can ask us to bring changes to our personal information by emailing us.

According to CalOPPA, we agree that users can visit our site anonymously. Once this privacy policy is created, we will add a link to it on our home page or, at minimum, on the first significant page after entering our website. Our Privacy Policy link includes the word ‘Privacy’ and can easily be found on the page mentioned above. You will be notified of any Privacy Policy changes on this page, and you can change your personal information by emailing us.

We honor the signs like do not track signals, don’t track plant cookies, use of advertising when don’t track browser when the following mechanism is in place. 

Does our website perform third-party behavioral tracking?

It is vital to note that we don’t allow third-party behavioral tracking.

COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act).

When collecting personal information about children under the age group of 13 years, the children’s online privacy protection act puts the parents in control. The federal trade commission of the United States is one of the consumer agencies that enforce the COPPA rule, which can spell out what operators of the website and online services must do in favor of protecting children’s safety and privacy online. But we don’t specifically target children at the age of 13 years.

Fair practices with shared information: – According to the fair information practices principles is the backbone of privacy in the United States, and the concepts they include play a significant role in the development of data protection law across the globe. By clearly understanding the fair information practices principles and how they should be implemented in the critical space to comply with the various privacy laws by protecting personal information.

Therefore, to comply with Fair information practices, we notify the person with the help of email within three business days so that you can save yourselves from the data breach. Apart from that, we also agree with the individual redress principle, which requires that individuals have the right to legally pursue enforcement right in against the data processors and collectors who failed to adhere to the law. Our principles don’t require those individuals who have an enforceable right against the data users but also individuals who have recourse to the government or court agencies to prosecute/investigate non-compliance by the data processors.

CAN SPAM Act is the law that sets the rules for commercial email, establishes the requirements for commercial messages, and gives recipients the right to have emails to stop from being sent to them and spell out the tough violations. We will collect your email address and send the details to the client to get a response to inquiries, questions, or requests. By the law, we agree on the following pointers.

  1. We will not send any misleading subjects or email addresses to the clients
  2. We identify the message as the advertisement in an effective way
  3. Include the address of the site headquarter or business
  4. Monitor third-party email marketing services for compliance; if it is utilized person
  5. utilizes it to honor opt-out requests
  6. Allow users to unsubscribe from your services by using the link mentioned at the bottom of the email.

If you have time to like and unsubscribe to receive future emails, you can follow the instructions at the bottom of the email, and we will remove you from all correspondence.