Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy - Summary

The safeguarding of users' private rights is a top priority for the website We have put in place a privacy compliance framework to make sure of this, which enables users to more easily access their personal information and assert their right to privacy. 

Our main goal in creating this privacy policy is to give you comprehensive information about the types of data we gather, how we use it, and the many choices you have over specific data usage. All users of our services are covered by the extensive privacy policy we have put in place. We have summarized the key points of this policy in the following paragraph to make it easier to understand. If the person lives in California, kindly direct them to our California privacy notice. 

We gather specific data regarding your usage of Our Services, including the device and operating system you use to access Our Services, the websites you visit, and your interactions with content. Whenever you use our "click to call" service, there's a chance we'll collect and store your phone number for three months. 

In addition to website upkeep and service offering, quality improvement, statistical analysis, and payment-related matters concerning our business partners—suppliers, affiliates, and customers—the gathering of this data also helps with quality assurance. 

Only where mandated by law or when thought essential for the provision of Our Services will personal information be disclosed. Since our comprehensive privacy policy is legally binding, we strongly advise anyone to become acquainted with it.

Privacy Policy

Last Updated: May 20, 2021

The purpose of this Privacy Statement is to make clear how ("we", "our", or "us") collects data about users of the Site, its features, subdomains, and services. The phrase "Our Services" encompasses all of the materials, products, elements, and services that we make available through the website. The headings in this policy have been purposefully arranged to make reading easier and do not imply any interpretations. It is expected that the guidance offered will aid the user in understanding and navigating the Privacy Policy.

We reserve the right to make changes to this privacy statement, and those changes may be done independently of other parties. In the event that modifications are made, we will post the updated Privacy Policy and the date of the most recent amendment prominently at the bottom of our page. You acknowledge and agree to the updated Privacy Policy by using or interacting with the Site, including any further downloads or access made after the changes. Users must be properly informed of any significant changes by appropriate means, such as posting a notice on the website, at least seven (7) days before the changes take effect. The changes will take effect seven (7) days after the notification is published.

  1. Terms of Use.

The Terms of Service include the Privacy Statement as a fundamental component. The meanings of any terms that aren't defined explicitly in the Privacy Policy must be inferred from the terms themselves.

2.1. Performance of a Contract. By using Our Services, you specifically agree that they will be supplied to you in compliance with our established Terms of Service. Processing Personal Information, like your IP address, might be required to accomplish this.

2.2. Legitimate Interests. For legitimate business purposes, including improving user experiences, carrying out analytics, stopping fraudulent activity, and guaranteeing security measures, the Personally Identifiable Information gathered through our services may be used.

2.3. Legal Obligations. It may occasionally be necessary to acquire personal data in order to comply with legal or regulatory requirements, such as responding to user complaints or giving information to regulatory bodies.

2.4. Consent. Before processing and utilizing your personal information for further services, it could occasionally be required to get your express consent. These services could include sending in product reviews, making a user profile, receiving personalized offers, and subscribing to newsletters. If consent is the legal basis for processing this data, you can choose to revoke consent by clicking the given link. As soon as your request is confirmed, we will get in touch with you.

  1. Information We Process.

We employ a number of techniques to gather data about your interactions and use of Our Services.

3.1. Information You Provide to Us. To utilize some features and services on Our Services, you might need to submit certain Personal Information. Activities that might be included in this category include creating a user profile, offering product or service reviews, signing up for a magazine, and receiving promotional materials. Before sharing this information, we will proactively and willingly ask for your consent. We may obtain more Personal Information as specified in the next section if you accept our Privacy Statement.

Any data that, by itself or in combination with other data, can be used to uniquely identify an individual is referred to as "Personal Information" in the context of this Privacy Statement. A person's full name, phone number, email address, residential address, and other contact details might be included in this. An IP address may or may not be categorized as Personally Identifiable Information based on the application of the data and the applicable regulatory jurisdiction. The IP address that was assigned to the user's device by their Internet service provider will determine this. In the event that personally identifiable information is acquired, it will be protected and managed carefully. That being said, user identification will not be accomplished with this method.

3.1.1. Third-Party Forms and Services: We provide a variety of services, such as the assessment and appraisal of outside companies, brands, and business entities referred to as "Partners," together with the corresponding goods they produce, or "Products." Occasionally, our partners may present you with opportunities, resources, and services. You can be given the option to fill out an online form voluntarily and willingly in order to receive these. The data you enter on this form will facilitate communication between you and the relevant Partner ("Lead").

Please click on the relevant Partner icon or tab to get more details about a Partner or Product, or to get in touch with a Partner to do business. You will arrive at a Landing Page as a result. The Partner is the owner and operator of this webpage, which can also be accessed through other internet portals. Users may be asked for specific information on the Landing Page, such as their name, phone number, and email address—collectively, "Landing Page Info."

Crucially, the Partner in charge of data collection directly obtains the information supplied on the landing page. As a result, the Partner's own privacy policy and data collection practices will apply to the information provided. To fully comprehend how your Personal Information is collected and used, it is highly advised that you review the privacy policies of the relevant businesses.

 3.1.2. Contact Us. In the event that a user contacts us through one of our various channels of communication—for example, an online form, email, feedback form, or reporting feature—we might ask for additional Personal Information in addition to the user's name and email address. As detailed in Sections 4 and 5 of this Privacy Statement, the information you have supplied will be utilized to address your request and achieve our legitimate business interests.

3.1.3. Blogs, Newsletters, Surveys, and Promotions. A wide range of features are offered by our services, such as a blog forum, reviews, and articles on the Services, Partners, Products, and relevant industry verticals. Users can also choose to participate in surveys and marketing initiatives, as well as subscribe to newsletters. The service provider may handle these operations itself, or the service provider may hire outside services to handle them. It may be necessary for participants in a variety of activities, such as leaving a comment on a blog forum, signing up for a newsletter, or completing a survey, to supply Personal Information, like their name and email address. A third party to whom these data are shared will be governed by the privacy policies of both the third party and ourselves. You may be confident that the information you give will only be utilized for the intended purpose.

3.1.4. User Profile and User Reviews. It is possible to make requests for the assessment of our partners or the development of a user profile for our services. By doing this, you'll be able to provide us additional details about yourself and enable us to give you a better tailored experience.

3.2. Information We Collect from You. We gather information relevant to the use and interaction with Our Services through the following methods:

3.2.1. Device Information: Device-specific information is gathered to enable smooth delivery and enhance compatibility with regard to language, location, and time zone. The type of device, the operating system and version, the language and version, and user agent information like the browser type and version and screen resolution are among the details that need to be collected.

3.2.2. Interactions and Usage: We gather data on user interactions and usage to improve and efficiently administer our Services. Our affiliates and partners are also given access to these facts. Views and interactions that users have while utilizing the Services are tracked along with the collection of Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) that they visit from within and outside the system. We also gather data about the time and date that users access the site, as well as the times that they interact with it and view pages.

3.2.3. Log Files: To analyze trends, monitor user engagement, and assess user interactions with our services, our services gather information from server log files and employ tracking technologies such as pixel tags. The data provided relates to how consumer devices are assigned Internet Protocol (IP) numbers by their individual internet service providers. The process of gathering IP addresses is done for a certain amount of time and with predetermined objectives. The user's geographical location, including their country, region, and language, is initially ascertained using the data. This makes it possible for us to provide our services in the user's native dialect. As a result, automated procedures are used to look for IP addresses and find cases of fraud.

3.2.4. Cookies and Similar Technologies. Technologies including "cookies," "web beacons," and "pixel tags," which are anonymous internet tracking tools, may be used in our services or by a third-party service provider. An electronic file known as a cookie is downloaded to a user's computer whenever they visit a website. When a user returns to the website, cookies help identify and recognize the particular browser they are using. This helps the website remember and save user preferences and relevant information about their interactions with Our Services. Consumers can choose to reject all cookies or to get alerts to their web browser each time a new cookie is sent. However, this may lead to the limitation of specific website features or services, which would restrict your ability to access those aspects.

A pixel tag is an embedded website tool that can be used, when appropriate, to track and monitor user involvement, including actions like browsing and email access. It's usually served with biscuits.

We kindly ask that you read Our Cookie Policy to gain a deeper understanding of the precise types of cookies we use and how we utilize tracking technologies and cookies on Our Services.

3.3. Information we receive from Third Parties. To enable the smooth running of operations, our services cooperate with other entities, such as Partners, affiliates, and other organizations. An internal user identity and an overview of user activities, including interactions, purchases, page visits, form submissions, and phone calls, are two sources from which data can be retrieved. 

Some Services provided by our platform include the click-to-call option for quick access. Third-party providers' involvement in certain circumstances might make call transmission, monitoring, and feedback easier. This means that, for a short period of time, we might be able to get the phone number used to establish contact without obtaining any personal data. This information is only utilized to help in communication with our Partners and to make referrals. Your express consent is necessary before your data can be used for any other reason.

It is not mandatory for Users to provide Personal Information when using Our Services. It is completely voluntary to take part in this activity. You agree to follow the terms of the Privacy Policy and the related information practices by using our services. Kindly refrain from using Our Services if you disagree. 

Some services might need personal information to be disclosed; that being said, the decision to use these services is ultimately up to the user. Revocation of consent is possible at any moment if a person has already revealed Personal Information. Consult the previously mentioned section 8 for further details on withdrawing consent and opting out.

  1. Purposes for the collection of information.

The goal of gathering Personal Information, sometimes referred to as "your Information," is to provide Our Services and improve their general quality. The data we collect is used for a variety of purposes, such as making it easier for users to interact with our services, improving their overall quality, keeping an eye on recommendations and adverts, confirming users' identities and stopping fraud, answering questions from users and other correspondence, and authenticating and validating user access to our services.

  1. Sharing Your Information with Third Parties.

Unless one of the following circumstances is true, personal information is not disclosed to external parties:

6.1. Data Storage and Security Platforms (“Data Platforms): Third-party cloud and storage services are utilized as "Data Platforms" to store and handle user data. This suggests that, for data storage or other processing requirements, the user's data is shared with organizations located anywhere in the world, including the United States. Several businesses, such as Amazon Web Services, post their privacy policies at on their official websites. Strict data security procedures and privacy protections are provided on our data platforms to abide by relevant data protection regulations. But it's important to understand that their practices and guidelines are limited to their own privacy laws.

6.2. Social Media Platforms. Certain information that cannot be immediately connected to your pinpoint may be disclosed to social media platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn for marketing and operational reasons. Subject to your express and independent approval, these platforms have the capacity to independently acquire personal information and perhaps combine it with the information we supply. Personal information disclosure is subject to the privacy policies of the social media platform, over which we have no knowledge, control, or jurisdiction. California residents are legally entitled to exercise their right to opt out of data exchange, as per section 9 of our Privacy Notice.

6.3. Other Third Parties. Third parties that assist us in running our business, like customer service representatives and companies that offer email or phone administration services, may receive access to your information. These organizations also help us analyze user activity and make improvements to our services. We make sure that consumers may see the privacy policies of the service providers when using their services, since they are required to offer them. When services are rendered by outside businesses, it is advisable to thoroughly research these regulations. These entities have the ability to exist anywhere in the world, even where their servers are located.

6.4. Enforcement. It is permissible to share Personal Information with third parties if doing so is judged necessary or beneficial. The following may be used as justifications for these actions: identification, prevention, or resolution of fraud or security concerns; examination of possible violations of our Terms of Service; compliance with applicable laws, regulations, legal proceedings, or government requests; and protection of the rights, assets, or welfare of, our affiliated entities, our users, yourself, and/or the general public.

6.5. Partners and Products. You can use our Online Form to request more information about a specific service. You can provide a partner or product that fits your needs with your personal information by filling out this form. This will make it possible for the partner to get in touch with you and send you the required data. Please take note that depending on the data you submit in the online form, our partners may decide to get in touch with you. We have little control over what our partners communicate with you because each partner has a privacy policy of its own, which may be different from ours. Furthermore, it's critical to remember that our partners could be spread out across different parts of the world.

6.6. Merger, Sale or Bankruptcy. The Personal Information and other data gathered or received by and its affiliated entities may be transferred or assigned in the event that these entities choose to divest all or a portion of their assets, or if they are acquired by or merge with a third-party organization. Under such circumstances, the company that obtains the information will have to protect your rights in compliance with the laws that apply to your jurisdiction and be open and honest about how it handles data.

Non-personal information may be shared with third parties for specific purposes and purposes related to specific kinds of organizations. Third parties may be hired by us for their own goals or to perform services and features on our behalf. Organizations like Google Analytics and Tableau are able to acquire data about our website because we have integrated third-party technologies, services, or features. The monitoring of user activity on our Services, including page content, interactions, motions, navigation, and keystrokes, yields this information.

These third-party technologies may employ their own cookies in order to perform their functions, and each works in accordance with its own privacy rules. Please refer to our Privacy Policy for further details about cookies. Go to the given link to learn more about how Google uses cookies. You can click the provided link to opt out of Google Analytics.

There's a chance that this website has links to other websites ("Third Party Properties"), content, or digital resources that we do not directly manage. Websites that are connected to the subject entity make up the Third Party Properties. The third party will receive the data if the user clicks on the provided links and divulges personal details on the Third-Party Properties. Significantly, it's possible that agreements have been made between these third parties and and its affiliated organizations for the exchange or receipt of such data and Personal Information. It should be noted that neither the privacy policies nor the data gathering methods of Third-Party Properties and Products are our concern. Before using or interacting with any Third-Party Property, it is strongly advised that you carefully read through the terms and conditions and privacy policies.

  1. Choices and Opt-Out.

Based on the explanations provided in this Privacy Policy, users are free to choose whether or not to send us their personal information. No matter where they are at the moment, people can exercise their rights with regard to their private information. This phenomena is relevant in the following scenarios:

8.1. Cookies and Tracking Technologies. Users can limit or reject the usage of cookies by changing their web browser's settings, either on the website or by third-party services. The current agreement's Section 2.1.1 goes into more depth on this subject.

8.2. You should thoroughly examine your personal information, make any required changes, or formally request that it be removed from our systems, if needed. For more details, please see Section 2 of the previously given material.

  1. Your Rights.

9.1. EU Data Subject Rights. The General Data Protection Regulation governs the gathering, handling, and archiving of personal data.

You have the following options as a user residing in the European Union:

Kindly register a formal request to have the personal data associated with your profile, which is currently stored by our organization, retrieved. We need the relevant credentials from you so we can confirm your identity. Please kindly notify us of any relevant facts required to implement the required changes if the supplied information turns out to be erroneous, incomplete, or out-of-date. 

Kindly notify us right away if you decide you no longer want us to handle your personal data. It is imperative to acknowledge that the act of withdrawing consent does not impact data processing that has already been executed with the individual's previous approval.

For this reason, we formally seek the removal of or restriction on access to your personal information. People are legally entitled to demand that third parties listed in this Privacy Statement that are in possession of their Personal Information follow the previously outlined guidelines.

People can object to the processing of their personal data when it is done for direct marketing purposes.

People can file a complaint with a regulatory agency that handles data security.

9.2. Canada. If a citizen of Canada wants information about the sharing of Personal Information with third parties for direct marketing reasons, they can get in touch with us by email at [email protected]

9.3. Privacy Notice for California Residents. California people may be subject to California law in certain scenarios affecting personal data. This part is an addendum to our main privacy statement that might be relevant to you. Residents of California have some rights with regard to their personal information under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). If they fulfill the legal conditions, residents of California are entitled to the following advantages.

  • Request to Know/Access: We would like to make sure you are fully aware of all the information that has been gathered, utilized, revealed, or acquired throughout the previous twelve (12) months. To make use of your right to access information, you should carefully read Section 3.1, which deals with information that you submit, Section 3.2, which deals with information that the service obtains, and Section 3.3, which deals with information that you obtain from third parties. We will give you a comprehensive report outlining the personal data we have gathered on you as soon as we receive your request and have confirmed your identity.
  • Request for Deletion. People are entitled to request the removal of their personal data from our databases. There are a few instances in which this rule is not applicable, such as when security issues, regulatory requirements, or debugging activities necessitate the keeping of your information. Unless there are special circumstances, we will remove your personal information from our databases after successfully verifying your identity.
  • Request to Opt-Out from Sale of Personal Information: As of right now, our company is not involved in the marketing of personal information. However, it is important to remember that some cookie applications might be included in this category as well, based on the guidelines set forth by the California Consumer Protection Act. Californians are free to refuse to have their personal information transferred to outside parties. To accomplish this, find the "do not sell my personal information" link in our website's bottom, click it, and then choose the right choice. You might continue to get ads that are targeted at a large audience while taking into consideration the features of Our Services, even if you want to opt out.
  • No Discrimination: It's critical to make sure that there are no discriminatory activities when using one's rights, especially when it comes to fair pricing policies, equal quality standards maintenance, and the equitable provision of goods or services. It is our duty to make sure that there are no implicit differences in terms of cost, rates, levels, or quality of goods or services. But we can provide you with an alternate service plan or price that fairly represents the value we receive in exchange for your personal data.
  • Handling Privacy Requests: Our company's main goal is to respond to every customer query with a comprehensive and well-supported response in no more than 45 days after it is received. Should further time be needed to do the assigned task, people will be informed in writing and given a maximum of 45 days to complete the task. A request may be turned down if verification is impractical or if keeping personal data is thought to be necessary for things like troubleshooting, identifying security occurrences, or adhering to regulatory requirements.
  • Our California Do Not Track Notice: Some web browsers provide an option called the "Do Not Track" (DNT) signal that lets users express how they would like their online behavior on our platform and other websites to be monitored. Regretfully, our company's DNT signal feature isn't working right now. Certain restrictions may apply to the collection of personally identifiable data about a user's online activity across various platforms and services by other businesses, such as analytics tool providers. However, this depends on how the user makes use of our services.
  1. Information Security.

We value data security highly and take several precautions to safeguard the information that is sent, processed, and kept on our website and computer systems. The website employs SSL encryption, and to guarantee its security, the procedures for data collecting and storage are periodically assessed. Third parties with information security certifications and standards in place are used to safeguard data both during transmission and storage. Furthermore, access controls and monitoring systems have been put in place by our company to efficiently limit and control employee access to critical information.

It is crucial to understand that, even with these protections in place, the global network's pervasiveness makes it impossible to ensure complete security against unauthorized access and other security risks. As such, it is not feasible to guarantee with absolute certainty that our systems and services are free from security flaws.

  1. Children’s Privacy.

Those under the age of sixteen are not eligible to use our services. A policy that our organization has implemented forbids the gathering of Personal Information from those who are less than 16 years old. If Personal Information is unintentionally obtained from someone under the age of sixteen, swift and appropriate action will be taken to remove this information. If you believe that we may be in possession of such information, please email us at [email protected]

  1. Non-US Users.

A country other than your home or place of origin may receive a transfer of your personal information. It's likely that certain nations do not offer your personal information the same degree of security as your nation of origin. For example, there is a chance that the data you own will be transferred to the US. Contractual protections are employed to provide appropriate protection throughout the processing phase when information is exchanged with third-party contractors.

Through your use of our services and disclosure of your Personal Information, you hereby specifically agree to the use of that information as described in this Privacy Statement, including the transfer of data to the United States and other countries.

  1. Commitment.

Our Services exhibit an unwavering dedication to consistently adjusting to evolving needs and upholding the most efficient privacy standards across the industry, whenever and wherever they are available.

  1. Contact Us.

We have made our privacy policy simple to read and comprehend. Kindly reach out to us at [email protected] without delay in case you have any inquiries. Furthermore, by visiting, British nationals can file a complaint with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).