Privacy Policy

Visitors’ privacy is a top priority at, which may be reached at’s privacy policy explains what kinds of information we collect and store and how we use that data.

Our privacy rules are clearly stated, so please do not hesitate to ask us any questions.

Visitors to are subject to our Privacy Policy, which governs how we use and protect the information they provide or gather while visiting our website. This policy does not apply offline, or through means other than this website, this policy does not apply.


Using our website, you agree to the terms of our Privacy Statement.

Information we collect

When we ask you to supply your personal information, we will explain why we are requesting it and how we intend to use it.

If you want to contact us directly, we may get further information about you, such as your email address, phone number, and any other files or attachments you want to provide us.

For example, when you sign up for an account, we may ask you for your name, company name, email address, and phone no.

How we use your information

 The information we collect are used  in various ways, including:

  • Provide, operate, and maintain our website
  • Improve, personalize, and expand our website
  • Create new products, features, and functionalities
  • Directly or through one of our partners, we will communicate with you to provide you with updates and other relevant information about the website as well as for marketing or promotional purposes.
  • Send you emails
  • Find and prevent fraud

Log Files uses log files as a standard practice. These files track visitors to websites. This is something that all hosting companies do, and it’s included in their analytics reports. Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamp and maybe the number of clicks are some of the information that log files collect on visitors. Non-personally identifiable information is not linked to these. It’s for trend analysis, site administration, user tracking, and demographic data collection that this data is being collected.

Cookies and Web Beacons uses a standard technology known as ‘cookies,’ just like every other website. Websites are small text files placed on your computer or mobile device that remember things like your preferences and the pages you visit. Customizing our web pages for each visitor depending on their browser type and other information is one way to ensure they get the best possible experience on our site.

Google DoubleClick DART Cookie

On our site, Google is a third-party seller. Our site visitors use DART cookies to serve ads based on their visits to other websites, such as Visit the Google Ad and Content Network Privacy Policy at the following URL to opt-out of using DART cookies.

Our Advertising Partners

Some of our advertising partners my used cookies and web beacons. We’ve included a list of our current and former advertising partners below having their privacy policies. 

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Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

You may find this list of advertising partners here.

Some of the adverts and links on are delivered directly to users’ browsers using technologies such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons from third-party ad servers or ad networks. Your IP address is automatically obtained when this occurs. The advertising industry employs these technologies to track the performance of their advertising campaigns and tailor the advertising material you see on websites you visit.

Please be aware that does not have access to or control third-party cookies.

Third-Party Privacy Policies’s Privacy Policy does not cover other sponsors or websites. We suggest you to review the privacy policies of these third-party ad servers. Procedures and instructions for eliminating specific options may be offered in their documentation.

You can turn off cookies in your browsers any time. You may learn more about cookie management in particular web browsers by visiting the websites of those browsers.

CCPA Privacy Rights 

The CCPA gives Californians the right, among other things, to ask businesses that gather their data to provide the categories and particular pieces of data they’ve acquired on their customers.

Request that a business removes any personal data that a business has obtained about the consumer.

Require any organization selling a customer’s personal information to stop doing so.

We have a one-month window to react to your request if you make one. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you want to exercise these rights.

GDPR Data Protection Rights

Under the GDPR, we want you to be aware of your rights. Every user has the following rights:

Access to information: If you’d like a copy of some or all of your data, this is your right. You might charged a little bit for this service as a fee.

You have every right to request that we correct any information you perceive to be incorrect, and we will do so. You can also request that we correct any information you consider incorrect.

The right to be forgotten: In some circumstances, you have the right to request that we erase your data.

Legally, you have the option of restricting the use of your data in certain instances. Your personal information can be used in ways that you don’t want us to, and you have the right to do so.

In certain circumstances, you may request that we send your gathered data to another organization or directly to you via a right known as “data portability.”

We have a one-month window to react to your request if you make one. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you want to exercise these rights.

Children’s Information

Children’s safety on the internet is also a top issue for us. As parents and guardians, you must keep tabs on your children’s online activities.

Children under 13 cannot provide any Personal Identifiable Information to Contact us immediately if you believe your child provided this information on our website, and we will do our utmost to delete it from our database rapidly.

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