Privacy Policy

What information does collect?

We collect information from our website users who fill out a form or subscribe to our newsletters. When you register on our website, you may be asked to input your: name or e-mail address. This information is stored and we will never sell or share it with third parties.

As with many other websites, we gather data in log files for assistance in maintaining and monitoring our site. The information contained in these log files include your ISP (internet service provider), your IP (internet protocol) address, the type of browser used in browsing our website (like Chrome or Firefox), the time of your visit and the pages you visited on our website.


What do we use your information for?

The privacy of our website visitors is important to us. The information we gather from our website visitors is used in one of the following ways:

To personalize the user-experience for all visitors so we can satisfy their individual needs.

We use the information and feedback we receive from users to improve our services.

We use cookies to store information. The data saved is your personal preferences when you visit our website and includes preferences like your popups, access to some of our features, etc. You can decide to disable or remove our cookies via your browsers’ settings.

Alternatively, you can also manage your preferences by using a program like Norton Internet Security. But, this could affect how you use our website. It may impede your ability to access some of our services or applications.


How do we protect your information?

We perform a variety of security measures to ensure that your personal information is safe.


Do we transfer your personal information to 3rd parties?

We do not sell or transfer your personal information to 3rd parties. This excludes trusted 3rd parties who work with us in administering this website or servicing you. We may also release your data if it can assist law enforcement to protect our or others rights, property, or safety.


Google’s DoubleClick DART Cookie

As a 3rd party vendor, Google makes use of cookies when serving ads on its network. The (DART) cookies allow Google to serve ads to users when they visit and other websites on the Internet. You can choose to opt out.

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How we handle 3rd party links

Occasionally, we could offer third party products or services on our site. These 3rd party websites have various term and conditions. We bear no responsibility nor are we liable for the content and policies of these third-party websites. Nevertheless, we will protect the integrity of our website and encourage feedback about these websites.