Privacy Policy

What kind of personal information do we get from visitors to our website or blog?

You may be requested to submit your name, email address, postal address, phone number, or other data to aid you with your experience while buying or registering on our site, as applicable.

When do we start gathering data?

When you subscribe to a newsletter, answer to a survey, fill out a form, or submit information on our site, we gather information from you.

What will we do with your information?

The information we gather from you whether you register, make a purchase, sign up for our newsletter, answer to a survey or marketing email, surf the website, or utilize certain other site features may be used in the following ways:

What will we do with your information?

The information we gather from you whether you register, make a purchase, sign up for our newsletter, answer to a survey or marketing email, surf the website, or utilize certain other site features may be used in the following ways:

  • To allow us to customise the user’s experience and present the content and product options that you are most interested in.
  • To make improvements to our website so that we can better serve you.
  • To run a contest, promotion, survey, or other feature on the site.

What safeguards do we have in place to keep visitor information safe?

We don’t utilize vulnerability scanning or PCI compliance scanning. Malware scanning is performed on a regular basis. We don’t have an SSL certificate installed. Because we simply supply affiliate items, articles, and information, we don’t require an SSL.

Do we employ the usage of 'cookies'?

Yes, however cookies are not used for tracking reasons. You have the option of having your computer notify you each time a cookie is transmitted, or you may turn off all cookies. This is done through the settings of your browser (such as Internet Explorer). Because each browser is a bit different, consult your browser’s Help menu to discover how to change your cookies properly.

If users disable cookies in their browser, the following will happen:
Some functions will be blocked if you disable cookies. Some of the elements that make your site experience more efficient will be disabled, and some of our services will stop working. You can still look around our website.




The Google Advertising Principles summarize Google’s advertising standards. They’re in place to make sure that users have a good time.

Cookies are used by Google, a third-party provider, to deliver adverts on our site. The DART cookie is used by Google to deliver advertisements to our users based on their visits to our site and other websites on the Internet. By visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy, users can opt out of the DART cookie’s use.


We've put the following in place:

  • Using Google AdSense for remarketing
  • Impression Reporting for the Google Display Network
  • Reporting on demographics and interests
  • Integration with the DoubleClick Platform



We, along with third-party vendors like Google, use a combination of first-party cookies (like the Google Analytics cookies) and third-party cookies (like the DoubleClick cookie) or other third-party identifiers to compile data about user interactions with ad impressions and other ad service functions as they relate to our website.

Choosing not to participate:

The Google Ad Settings website allows users to customize how Google advertises to them. You may also opt out permanently by using the Google Analytics Opt Out Browser add-on or visiting the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page.

Online Privacy Protection Act of California. CalOPPA is the first state law in the country to mandate the posting of a privacy policy on commercial websites and online services. The law’s reach extends far beyond California, requiring anyone in the United States (and possibly the world) who operates websites that collect personally identifiable information from California residents to post a prominent privacy policy on their website stating exactly what information is being collected and who it will be shared with, as well as to follow that policy. – See for additional information.

We agree to the following, according to CalOPPA:

Users can access our website without revealing their identity.

We will post a link to this privacy policy on our home page, or at the very least on the first important page following entering our website, after it has been prepared.

The word ‘privacy’ appears in our Privacy Policy link, which may be accessed on the website mentioned above.

Any modifications to the privacy policy will be communicated to users:

  • Visit our Privacy Policies page for more information.

Users can make the following changes to their personal information:

  • Sending us an email
  • They can do so by signing into their account.

What happens if our site receives a do not track signal?

When a Do Not Track (DNT) browser feature is in place, we respect do not monitor signals and do not track, install cookies, or employ advertising.

Is third-party behavioral tracking permitted on our website?

It’s also worth noting that we accept behavioral tracking by third parties.

COPPA (Convention on the Protection of Personal Information) (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) gives parents authority over the acquisition of personal information from children under the age of 13. The COPPA Rule, which specifies out what operators of websites and online services must do to safeguard children’s privacy and safety online, is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency.

We do not market to minors under the age of thirteen.

Information Practices That Are Fair.

The Fair Information Practices Principles are the cornerstone of US privacy legislation, and the principles they encompass have influenced the creation of data protection laws across the world. Complying with the numerous privacy regulations that safeguard personal information requires an understanding of the Fair Information Practice Principles and how they should be implemented.

Should a data breach occur, we shall take the following appropriate measures to comply with Fair Information Practices:

Users will be notified through email.

  • In seven business days.

We also support the idea of individual redress, which states that individuals have the right to seek legally enforceable rights against data collectors and processors who do not follow the law. This concept demands that individuals not only have enforceable rights against data users, but also that persons have access to courts or government agencies to investigate and/or penalize data processor noncompliance.


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