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Privacy Policy

In order to better assist people who are worried about the use of their “personally identifiable information” (PII) online, this privacy policy has been put together. Information that may be used alone, in conjunction with other data, or in context to identify, contact, or locate a single person is referred to as personally identifiable information (PII) in the legal and information security domains. To gain a comprehensive understanding of how we gather, utilize, safeguard, and manage your Personally Identifiable Information in compliance with our website, please carefully read our privacy policy.

What private data do we get from users who visit our website, blog, or mobile application?
You might be requested to enter your name, email address, mailing address, phone number, credit card information, or other information to enhance your experience while placing an order or registering on our website, as applicable.
When is information gathered?
When you register on our website, make a purchase, sign up for our newsletter, complete a form, or enter information on our site, we collect information from you.

How are we going to use your details?
The following are some of the ways we might use the data we get from you when you register, buy anything, subscribe to our newsletter, answer a survey or other marketing message, browse the website, or use specific other features:

to manage a poll, promotion, competition, or other website feature.
• To handle your transactions promptly.
• To occasionally email you about your order or other goods and services.

How are visitor data protected?
In an effort to keep your visit as safe as possible, our website is regularly analyzed for security flaws and vulnerabilities.

We regularly scan for malware.

Since payments are handled on our merchant’s website, we do not need or require an SSL certificate.

Were “cookies” used?
Sure. If you agree, a website or its service provider may place little files called cookies on your computer’s hard disk. These files help the website’s or service provider’s systems identify your browser and store and retrieve specific data. For example, cookies enable us to save and manage the products in your shopping cart. In order to give you better services, they are also utilized to assist us in understanding your preferences based on past or present site activity. Additionally, cookies enable us to generate aggregate data.

Cookies are used to: • Recognize and save user preferences for subsequent visits; • Assist in remembering and processing the items in the shopping basket.
You have the option to disable all cookies or to have your computer notify you each time one is sent. You access this using the settings of your browser, such as Internet Explorer. Because every browser is a little bit different, check the Help menu to find out how to change your cookies in the right way.
Certain functionalities will not work if cookies are disabled. The user experience that improves the effectiveness of your website won’t be impacted, but certain of our services won’t work as intended.
You can still place orders, though.

Third Party Disclosure

Your personally identifiable information is never traded, sold, or otherwise transferred to unaffiliated third parties by us.

Links to third parties
On our website, we neither list nor promote any goods or services provided by third parties.

Online Privacy Protection Act of California
The first state law in the country to mandate the posting of a privacy policy on for-profit websites and online services is CalOPPA. The law’s scope extends far beyond California. It mandates that any individual or business operating websites in the United States (and possibly the world) that gather personally identifiable information from California consumers post a prominent privacy policy on the website, outlining the information being collected and the individuals it will be shared with, and that they abide by this policy. – View additional content at: California Online Privacy Protection Act, California (Caloppa) http://consumercal.org/#sthash.0FdRbT51.dpuf
CalOPPA states that we concur with the following:
Our website is open to anonymous visitors.
We will link to our privacy statement from our home page, or at the very least, from the first important page you see when you visit our website, once it is completed.
The phrase “Privacy” appears in our Privacy Policy link, which is clearly visible on the aforementioned page.
Users will be informed of any modifications to the privacy policy:
• Users can modify their personal data on our privacy policy page:
• Through their account login.
How do not track signals get handled on our website?
When a browser function known as Do Not Track (DNT) is activated, we respect these signals and refrain from tracking, installing cookies, or using advertising.
Does our website permit behavioral tracking by third parties?
It’s also crucial to know that we forbid behavioral tracking by third parties.

Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA
Parents have authority over the collection of personal information about children under the age of 13 thanks to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). The COPPA Rule, which outlines what owners of websites and other online services must do to safeguard children’s safety and privacy online, is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, the country’s consumer protection organization.

We don’t target kids under the age of 13 with our marketing.

Equitable Disclosure Procedures
The Fair Information Practices Principles are the cornerstone of American privacy law, and the ideas they include have greatly influenced the creation of data protection legislation worldwide. It is essential to comprehend the Fair Information Practice Principles and their proper application in order to abide by the many privacy regulations that safeguard personal data.

Should a data breach happen, we shall respond by doing the following to comply with Fair Information Practices:
Users will get an email notification within 7 business days.
We also acknowledge and support the idea of individual redress, which stipulates that people must be able to lawfully seek rights against data collectors and processors who violate the law. This principle stipulates that people must have recourse to courts or government agencies to look into and/or prosecute data processors who violate their rights, in addition to having enforceable rights against data users.

The CAN-SPAM Act is a piece of legislation that lays out regulations for commercial emails, provides receivers the option to stop receiving emails, and imposes severe penalties for sending unsolicited messages.

Your email address is gathered so that we can: • Send information, reply to queries, and/or handle additional requests or queries.
• Handle orders and provide updates and information about them.
• We might also provide you with more details about your good or service.
• Promote to our email list or keep in touch with our customers via email even after the initial transaction has taken place.

In order to comply with CANSPAM, we consent to the following:
When using third-party email marketing services, we must: • Respect users’ requests to opt-out or unsubscribe; • Identify the message as an advertisement in a reasonable manner; • Include the physical address of our business or site headquarters; • Monitor compliance with these guidelines; • Immediately honor users’ requests to unsubscribe by using the link at the bottom of each email.

You can email us at • Follow the instructions at the bottom of each email if you would like to unsubscribe from receiving future emails at any point.
and we’ll instantly delete EVERY communication with you.