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Privacy Policy

We would like to begin by thanking you for choosing our website. The information highlighted in this section has an informational purpose. Please read our privacy policy before utilizing our website. The moment you pick our site, you imminently agree with the practices outlined here.

Note, however, that we may choose to alter these practices. Still, we will inform you about possible alterations, which won’t apply on a retroactive basis. We encourage you to read the Privacy Policy every time you choose our website so that you acknowledge how we use personal information.

What Info Do We Collect?

Our primary purpose is to serve the needs of our customers. That is why we continually work for enhancing our website. As a result, we might collect the following data:

  • Contact information
  • Browser cookies
  • Business information
  • Survey responses
  • Competition submissions

The information above might be used to calculate web activity and records, in this way providing services and discounts that our customers would appreciate.


The information we collect is secured. Under no circumstances are we to transmit your personal data to a third party, unless the law requires us to do so. As a means of preventing unauthorized disclosure or access, we have a reliable system that protects all the information we gather online.

When we undergo electronic payment, we utilize PayPal services. We would like to inform you that we collect information regarding your transactions when you make use of PayPal. What is more, if you create a PayPal account or you use PayPal services, we might compile the following information: contact data including name, address, email, phone, etc… We might also collect financial information such as credit card numbers you included in your PayPal account, full bank account numbers, social security number or date of birth.

Furthermore, we may also assemble data about your activity from third parties such as identity verification services and credit bureaus. Our aim is to safeguard you from misuse and fraud of personal information. That is why we might compile data about your personal interaction and use of PayPal services. For instance, we might check your mobile phone, computer, or other similar devices in order to pinpoint malicious activity or software.

When you choose to pay by debit or credit card, we keep your card details until we have completed the transaction. From that point onward, we will dispose of your private information by using reliable shredding services. That ensures that no traces of your personal data will remain in our system.

Browser Cookies

New Cookie Legislation

Cookies are used by most websites in order to enhance the user experience. The site remembers you. In the case of repeated visits, a persistent cookie is used. As for one visit, a session cookie is used. According to the new legislation, each website must inform users regarding cookies. So, you may choose not to use cookies while going through a website.

What do cookies do? They do things such as allowing you to navigate between pages efficiently, noting your preferences and interests, and generally maximizing your browsing experience on a website. Moreover, cookies are known to facilitate a fast and fruitful interaction between the user and the website.

When a site doesn’t utilize cookies, it conveys you as a first-time visitor each time you enter a page on the site. This can negatively impact sites that necessitate users to log in each time they move from a page to another.

Furthermore, other websites utilize cookies so that they facilitate them to create marketing and advertising messages depending on your browsing habits, location, and other similar information. Also, the website you are visiting may have first party cookies. They are called this way when the site you visit has set them. In the meantime, they might also be established by other websites that provide content on a page you have entered. These are third party cookies. For example, websites that depend on Google Analytics for monitoring the number of website visitors use cookies.

What is the anatomy of a cookie? Simply put, a cookie represents a text file. It is stored on your mobile device or computer by a website’s server. The server is the only one that can recover or read the information presented in the file. Each cookie is specific and unique. Most of the times, it encompasses a range of anonymous data such as a unique identifier, the name of the site, other numbers, and digits. Plus, it facilitates a website to keep track of your preferences, such as what you typically buy, and things like that.

On the other hand, many users are concerned regarding cookies. So, what can you do if you don’t want them to monitor your browsing habits? Numerous people consider the concept of storing information on their mobile devices and computers to be quite intrusive, especially in the case in which the data collected is stored and used by other third parties without their approval. Even though the use of cookies is, on the whole, harmless, you might not feel comfortable with knowing that an ad has been created based on your interests and buying habits. So, if this is your opinion, you can always choose to block some or all of the cookies; you can also opt for deleting previous cookies. You should, however, carry in mind that this may lead to you losing some of the functions offered by that website.

What can you do? For example, if you don’t wish to receive cookies, you can always alter your browser so that it lets you know when cookies are imposed on you so that you can refuse them. Moreover, you might delete cookies altogether. If your aim is to impede or block web browser cookies on your device, you can do so by changing your browser settings. The Help section should present to you the steps you should follow to do so.

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