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If you have privacy questions, please contact us.

This policy only covers information shared and/or collected by website visitors. This policy doesn’t applicable offline or through other channels.

Consent

You agree to our Privacy Statement by using our website.

Collecting data

When we request personal information, we’ll explain why.

If you contact us directly, we may collect your name, email address, phone number, message content and/or attachments, and other information.

We may need your full name, firm name, address, email address, and phone number to create an account.

We use your data

We use data in many ways, including

Maintain our website.

Improve our online presence

Assess your website use.

Add additional features to existing products and services.

We or one of our partners will use your information for marketing, promotions, and customer assistance.

I’ll email you.

Stop fraud.

Logs

We often use log files. These files track website visitors and their duration. All hosting firms include this in their analytics reports. Log files gather visitors’ IP addresses, browser types, ISPs, date/time stamps, and click counts. This information isn’t linked to personal data. Data is used for trend analysis, site administration, and user tracking. We created our policy using the Privacy Policy Generator and Online Privacy Policy Generator.

We also employ web beacons.

Every website uses “cookies.” Cookies are used to track website visitors’ preferences and pages viewed. We customize our web pages for each visitor based on their browser type and other information to improve their experience.

Read “What Are Cookies?” to discover more.

Google’s DART cookie

We use vendors like Google. DART cookies offer ads based on visitors’ visits to www.website.com and other sites. Users who don’t want DART cookies can check Google’s ad and content network privacy policy at https://policies.google.

Sponsors, advertisers

Our advertisers may use cookies and web beacons. Advertisers are listed below. Each advertising partner has a different Privacy Policy to protect user privacy. We’ve listed their privacy policies below.

Googlehttps://policies.google.com/technologies/ads

Partnership terms and conditions

This list of advertising partners’ Privacy Policies can be used.

Third-party ad networks and servers use cookies, JavaScript, and Web Beacons in their ads and links. Users’ browsers receive these. Your IP address is then known. Measure the effectiveness of their ad campaigns and/or customize website ads.

This site doesn’t control third-party cookies.

Third-party privacy

Third-party advertising and websites aren’t covered by the company’s privacy policy. We recommend reviewing these ad servers’ privacy policies. Their policies and opt-out options may be listed.

Your browser’s options can disable cookies. Websites for particular browsers explain how to manage and erase cookies.

CCPA-protected rights (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)

Under CCPA, California consumers can:

Businesses should make public the personal data they collect so consumers may understand how it’s used.

Ask a corporation to delete your personal data.

A personal data seller shouldn’t sell consumer data.

We’ll respond to requests within a month. If you want to use these options, contact us.

GDPR Data Privacy

If you have privacy questions, email us. User rights:

You have the right to a copy of your personal data. This service may be cheap.

We’ll make any legal corrections you suggest. You can also ask us to complete the data we’ve obtained for you.

Right to delete. You may request we erase your personal information.

In some cases, you can restrict the use of your personal data.

You can object to our use of your personal information in specific circumstances.

You may request “data portability” to send your acquired data to another organization or to you.

We’ll respond to requests within a month. If you want to use these options, contact us.

Children’s Info

Keeping kids safe online is another top priority. Parents and guardians should monitor and guide their children’s online activity.

We don’t intentionally gather personal information from children under 13. If you feel your child has provided such information on our website, please contact us immediately and we will remove it from our database.