What information is being compiled from the people that visit our website and use our app?
When you register on our site, we enquire that you enter a certain set of details to ensure the best experience we can offer.
At what point in time do we collect data?
We gather data when your information is entered on the website.
In what ways do we use the data we collect?
We can use the data we collect when users register, purchase something on the website, register for our newsletter, enter their data in polls, surf the site, use specific website features in the subsequent ways:
- Adjusting your use of the site by permitting us to deliver the kind of content, which you are interested in
- To upgrade our site to deliver a better service
- Permit us to deliver a better service by responding to your customer service demands
- To execute contests and polls
How is visitor data secured?
Our website does not use any form of vulnerability scanning. The site provides only articles and information. It does not inquire any personal data such as your email addresses or financial information. The website is regularly scanned for malware.
Are ‘cookies’ being used?
Yes. These are files a site sends to your drive via your browser (considering permission is granted) which facilitates the website’s systems to receive and store specific data. For example, we utilise cookies to remember and process the objects in your cart.
The website uses them to store a record of your preferences depending on your site activity, which stimulates us to provide our users with better services. The website also collects data about traffic and interactions, which allows us to offer a better service.
- They assist us in storing and processing the listings in your cart
- They give us insight into your preferences
- Keep track of advertisements
- Aggregate data regarding traffic and interactions with the website, which helps us offer a better site service in the future. The website can also use secure third-party services that record this data
You may select to have your device warn you about cookies, or have cookies turned off. This can be performed via your browser’s (such as Google Chrome) settings. Browsers differ slightly, so consult your browser’s Help menu to gain insight on how to stop sending cookies to websites.
In case decide to opt-out:
Some services might not be available to you. Some of them facilitate the use of the website, which could impede you from using the site properly. That does not affect the fact that you can place orders.
Do we reveal the data we accumulate to Third-Parties?
We do not exchange, barter, or transfer our users’ cookie numbers, IP addresses, serial numbers their devices to external individuals.
Sometimes we can choose to advertise or propose products or services on our website. These websites have separate and independent privacy policies. Respectively, our website is not to be held responsible, nor or liable for the information and activities the above-mentioned websites.
Yet, we look forward to protecting to protect the integrity of the website we represent.
The requirements that Google puts forward will be called Google’s Advertising Principles. They are elaborated to improve the user’s experience. Read more here https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1316548?hl=en
The website uses AdSense Advertising
Our website may use the following:
- Remarketing with Google AdSense
- Google Display Network Impression Reporting
- Demographics and Interests Reporting
- DoubleClick Platform Integration
Our site and other vendors, like Google use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookies) and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) or other third-party tools together to gather data about the behavior of the user on our website.
The user can choose not to be advertised via Google by going to the Google Ad “preferences” page. Similarly, you can visit the Network Advertising initiative to.
The COPPA Act
Regarding the compilation of private data from children under 13, the COPPA Act puts parents in control. The Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency, enforces the COPPA Rule, which specifies what websites and Internet services are obliged to protect the child’s privacy and security on the Internet.
We do not market to children under the age of 13.
The CAN-SPAM Act is a law stipulates the principles for commercial email, sets specific requirements for messages that have an economic interest, allows recipients to no longer have emails being delivered, and stipulates the respective penalties.
The websites collect emails to:
To act in conformity with the above-mentioned law. If you would like to stop receiving emails from us, please let us know, and we’ll immediately unsubscribe you.