When registering or ordering from our website, you will have to input your full name, your email address and other essential details. These details are required to assist you in a better way.
We collect data from you- if you subscribe to the newsletter or you enter any information or data on our website.
The information that we collect and store from you, while you register with us, assists you in making a correct purchase, signing up for our newsletters, responding to any survey and marketing communication, surfing the website, and also using specific features of the website in the ways mentioned below:
We don’t make use of the vulnerability scanning or scanning done according to PCI standards.
We just provide information and articles. We don’t ask for the credit card number.
We utilize Malware Scanning regularly.
Secured servers are used to store your personal data and information and are accessible only to limited persons who possess special rights to access such systems. However, they will be required to maintain your information confidential. All credit/sensitive data you supply will be encrypted with the help of SSL or Secured Socket Layer technology.
When our users input, submit, or access their information, we try to maintain the security and safety of their personal information by using several security features and measures.
The transactions are made via a gateway provider and no transaction details are stored by us or on our servers.
We utilize cookies for compiling the aggregate data and information about the website’s traffic and website interactions for the betterment of user experience on our website. Also, we may authorize some of the trusted third-party services to track the mentioned information for us.
You can always choose to stop all of the cookies or also choose to make your computer remind you each time a cookie is sent. You can change this from the settings option of your browser.
However, some features of the website may not function properly if you turn off your cookies.
The Personally Identifiable Information is not sold, traded or transferred to any third party without the consent of our users. Our website host and other third parties which help our business to run and function properly are excluded from the list till they agree to keep the information and data confidential. Further, besides the circumstances mentioned earlier, the information may only be disclosed to the law enforcement agencies.
Whereas the information that is not connected to the personal identification of the user can be released to third parties like advertising agencies.
Sometimes, we also offer products and services of a third party on our website. The third parties have their unique privacy policies and terms. Hence, we declare that we don’t take any liability or responsibility for the data breach by these third party websites.
We make use of Google AdSense Advertising features on our site. It utilizes the cookies, as a third party, to provide our users with accurate and better ads on our website. Further, it uses a Dart cookie that enables Google to show ads to our visitors on the basis of their previous visit to our website and also their visit to other websites.
To know more please click on the given link:
We implement the following list on our website:
We use first-party cookie (like Google Analytics cookie) and also third-party cookies (like DoubleClick cookies). We also use other third-party identifiers to compile information and data relating to user interactions along with ad impression and other ad services.
Visitors can set preferences for Google advertisements using the settings page of Google Ad. You can also opt-out by using the opt-out page of Network Advertising Initiative and also by using opt-out browser add-on for Google Analytics.
No, we do not allow such kind of behavioral tracking by any third-party on our website.
We don’t market our products specifically to the children under the age of 13.
The Principles of the Fair Information Practices make the roots of privacy law in all of the United States. The concepts included in it have played an essential part in forming the whole structure of data protection laws for most of the countries. It is critical to understand how the principles of Fair Information Practices are implemented in order to comply with various privacy laws, which protect personal data and information.
To work under the Fair Information Practices we will follow the mentioned responsive action, in case of a data breach:
Also, we work alongside the Individual Redress Principle which says that an individual has the right to pursue enforceable rights legally against the data collectors and the processor who fail to comply with the law. The principle states that the individual can go to court or any legal investigation agency to not only investigate but also prosecute the non-compliance data processors.
To state the rules for commercial emails, establish the requirements for commercial texts, give the recipients rights to stop receiving the emails, and set the penalties for any violations, the CAN-SPAM Act came into existence.
We require your email address to:
We agree with the following terms to follow the CAN-SPAM Act:
To know more about our terms & conditions and policies, please contact us.