Privacy Policy

This privacy policy has been created for those users who do worry about the protection of their personal data and its use online. To have no doubts that you’ve got a clear picture of how our privacy policy works, you’re recommended to check it carefully. Learn how we collect and protect users’ information.

What kind of information may we ask you to share?

You may be asked to provide some personal details like your name, email address, and other pieces of information for us to make your visit as much comfortable as possible and help to make purchasing decisions. Take into account that we may also collect information from you when you do surveys or use the special features of our website. 

We collect information pursuing two goals

We collect personal details of our users with two aims. 

  • The first one is to make our site better and provide our users with high-quality services. 

  • The second one is to inform you about special offers, new goods, and services presented at the site. The protection of our users is of the utmost importance for us. 

Your information  is in good hands. You won’t find any vulnerable links here or requests to enter the details of your banking card.

100% Guaranteed Confidentiality

Your personal information is protected with advanced technology. No third-parties can enter the site and use the details provided by our readers. Your confidentiality is one of our main priorities. If there is a need to provide financial details, do this without any doubts as we protect credit details with special encryption technology.

Entering our website you’re guaranteed to have your details protected. We take all the necessary measures for you to keep completely safe. We never store your financial information. Each transaction is done via a gateway provider. 

How and why do we use ‘cookies’?

Of course, we do. Simply put, cookies are just data, information that is contained in text form. On their own, they can do absolutely nothing. The server, in turn, reads the necessary information from them, monitors the user's actions during the session, and uses the data to perform further actions. In fact, they are deanonymizing processes service files. They enable sites to remember important information about the user: where the login is made from, registration login, language. There is a connection with the advertising banners that are displayed on the page. If you click on the link from such a banner, then cookies store information about this and in the future can affect what kind of advertising will be displayed to the user.

First of all, they are needed for the convenience and comfort of users when working on the Web. For example, you have registered on the site and so that each time you visit the site you do not have to enter your login and password again, cookies save this information and the visitor automatically enters the forum from his PC. Agree, this is quite convenient. Cookies preserve individual user preferences and their interests on the Internet.

Cookies are also used to collect statistics by advertisers. You probably noticed how from time to time you are “haunted” by online advertising of what you recently searched on the Web. This is not always pleasant, but not terrible, because cookies can be cleaned. Cookies are an integral part of setting up interest-based advertising, so they are used to track user preferences and customize thematic ads.

3 Goals we pursue when using cookies

  • Have a clear picture of what our users are looking for and provide them with the things they need most.

  • Keep track of promotional content.

  • Collect information about site traffic to improve our services. We have the right to use the help of specialists to get this information.

You, as a user, are provided with the right to turn off cookies for us not to collect any kind of information about your preferences. It’s as easy as ABC. Just enter the settings at your computer and adjust it so that you get a notification when cookies are being sent. There may be variations on how to do this. So, choose Help Menu and check how to adjust settings in your computer individually. However, we don’t recommend you do this because cookies help us to offer you the things you need. 

Each user independently decides how often to clear the hard drive of cookies. Indeed, on the one hand, cookies help trouble-free identification. They store the necessary data, with their help, the problem of numerous passwords and unsuccessful attempts to remember them is solved. On the other hand, regular cleaning of cookies minimizes potential hacks and copying of your personal data. Systematic file deletion will protect against unnecessary risks. 

Can you delete cookies?

Any browser installed on your device has the ability to clear cookies. Different browsers differ slightly in the access scheme for cleaning. In general, this always happens through the settings menu in just a few clicks. Such actions, as a rule, do not cause any problems and difficulties. 

It is important to understand that in the event cookies are deleted, it will be more difficult to use the Internet, access to some sites will be completely closed. That is why, it is worthwhile to find a balance point of your user behavior that will simultaneously help and keep control of security and, at the same time, not complicate your life. The frequency may depend on the power and performance of the computer. Due a the large amount of information, the operation of the device can significantly slow down. Some choose the cleaning path from certain sites without deleting all cookies in a row. 

Do we disclose your details to third-parties?

We want to warn you that we never disclose your personal information. We don’t sell it or use in our personal purposes. The release of information may take place only in case it isn’t forbidden by the law. Cases of unauthorized use of the user’s information are impossible with our participation. But you should take into account that non-personally identifiable information can be shared with promotional or other purposes.

Things you need to know using third-party links

At our website, you can find links to shopping sites online offering different goods and services. We want to warn you that each of them has its own privacy policy. This means that clicking on an advert and entering a third-party site, you should check its privacy policy because we don’t take responsibility for the materials they post and the goods they offer clients. However, we would be thankful if you express your personal opinion about these platforms.


Get acquainted with Google’s advertising requirements learning Google’s Advertising Principles. They are aimed at providing users with a high-quality positive experience. You should know that Google uses cookies to help users make the best purchasing decisions.  The DART cookie makes it possible to learn more about the user and provide a positive experience of visiting the site. If you are against the use of the DART cookie, you are able to opt-out it. 

We follow the principles of CAN-SPAM Act

The CAN-SPAM Act is a law, which protects the rights of the users setting certain rules for commercial messages. According to this act, every recipient has a right to refuse to get emails and even block them informing about the violations from the side of the sender. 

The principles of CANSPAM we follow sound like this:

  • Do not use a deceptive or misleading email address. All email data from which each email is sent must be legitimate, including the servers through which the email is sent.

  • Do not use fake or deceptive writing topics (headers). The subject line should clearly reflect its content.

  • Identify the letter as an advertisement or a quotation. There are many options, the main thing is that the recipient understands that this is a commercial offer.

  • Indicate your location. Your letter should include the official and real mailing address of your company (or you personally). It is possible to specify a mailbox, at least.

  • Tell the recipient how you can refuse your future offers and newsletters. This should be a clear instruction on how to refuse part or all of your newsletters

  • Follow the rules for opt-out of newsletters. As a rule, the client should have the right to refuse further mailings within 30 calendar days. You have no right to demand any payment for services or additional information from the client. As soon as people reported that they do not want to receive letters from you in the future, you should immediately eliminate them from the mailing list.

  • If a third-party company performs the newsletter for you, watch the situation. You must require the third party to comply with all of the requirements set forth here. You’ll take responsibility.

Important: Contact us whenever you want to stop getting emails. You’ll get no more notifications from us the moment you tell us you don’t need them.

Contact Us

In case something is still unclear in the way how this privacy policy works, you’re welcome to contact us and get answers to all the questions you are interested in.