We are committed to protecting your online privacy by abiding by all privacy laws.
Data We Collect from Web
By using our web site, you give us permission to collect information mentioned below for the purpose mention below. We make a record of your visit for our own analytical purposes. We record your:
- server address
- top level domain name (.com, .gov etc.)
- date and time of visit
- pages accessed
- the IP
- country code the visit has come from
- documents downloaded
- referring site
- operating system
- type of browser
We may collect even navigation and clickstream data. As you browse our site, we may gather navigational and clickstream data that shows what pages are visited and how long various features are used. In some cases, this information may reveal your identity or be linked to you personally. We use this information to improve the site for everyone, build individual profiles for ongoing research, analysis and reporting, and to comply with any requirements of law.
This is standard practice for many major websites and we use the information to identify areas of the website which may need improving.
What We Do With the Data
We use the data to improve the way we present information and services. After all, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to navigate and find what you’re really looking for. Email addresses may be collected in contact forms in order to provide a response to your query and to keep you up to date with our news and exclusive special offers. Our promise to you is that we will never sell or lend data to any other person or organisation.
Third Party Companies
We may choose to use a third party partner to monitor our Internet traffic for marketing purposes, whereby we will endeavour to use such information to improve the quality of the services offered to visitors.
Links to other sites
Our website contains links to other sites. We cannot guarantee that these third party sites will not collect information from you if you choose to visit them.
Please refer to these websites for their privacy policies. If you note any third party that abusing this website with their cookie usage, please let us know immediately.
We do not collect any personal information about you unless you voluntarily provide it to us.
We does collect and store normal information that is needed in order to carry out its business. This is information that has been personally provided by our clients or visitors which is used to enable invoicing, delivery of goods and services to a fixed geographical address or for online website services.
We may request and collect your name, address and phone number or other “real world” contact information. This information may reveal your identity or be linked to you personally. We use this information to complete and support the immediate activity requested and delivery your requested services, build individual profiles for ongoing research, analysis and reporting, and to comply with any requirements of law or regulation.
We may request and collect your email address or other information needed to contact you online. This information may reveal who you are or be linked to you personally. We use it to complete and support the immediate activity requested and delivery your requested services, and to comply with any requirements of law or regulation.
We do not provide any third-party access to your personal information unless you give us express permission.
With your approval, we will occasionally send you an e-mail to notify you about important changes to the site, new services, newsletters, events and special offers. If you do not wish to receive these e-mail notifications, simply indicate that preference when you register or simply follow the unsubscribe link contained in each e-mail.
If you are under the age of 18, you must not provide your name, e-mail address, or any other identifying information without the consent of your parent or guardian, or as otherwise provided for by applicable law.