What can we ask you to clarify?
In order to make your stay on our website as useful as possible for both parties, we can ask the user to provide some of their personal data. This, typically, is the name of the client, their phone number or email. This is not done to send annoying letters or make empty calls, but in order to help you make purchases, orient you in the assortment of goods and save your time and effort. Also, your data may be collected by participating in various kinds of surveys on our website.
Why collecting data is important to us
The administration of our platform values the comfort and satisfaction of our customers the most. That is why we compile the info about our customers to:
- provide them with the most necessary goods for them and do it in a quality manner;
- make sure that everyone who uses this site is informed of all interesting and attractive offers, discounts, and promotions.
Since the safety of our customers is very important for us, the specialists of our site make sure that there are no unverified and unreliable links here.
Confidentiality is the prerogative of our organization
Users of our website can be absolutely calm on behalf of their personal data. It’s not worth thinking about the risks of sharing this data on the Internet. Our platform always guards the privacy and confidentiality of customers. Our experts work tirelessly to improve the methods of protection and preservation of your data. It is worth noting that the financial data that is provided by any of our customers is never stored by us, even partially. Each transaction is performed through the gateway provider. This is done in order to ignore any possible threat to your financial condition and the risk of getting this confidential information into the third parties.
What are cookies and why do we use them?
Cookies are special text data that the server of the visited site transmits to your browser in the form of a text file, which, accordingly, saves it in a specific folder on your computer. This data includes login, password, individual settings, session status, visit statistics, etc. In the future, according to these data, a re-visited site will be able to give you info exactly according to your preferences.
So, each time before the browser loads any site, it will first check if there is a cookie to it, and if so, first send it to the server to identify you as a user. This will show: whether you are registered, whether you have any special settings, privileges, or, for example, access to any partitions, etc. Cookies are different in duration. By default, they are deleted from the browser immediately after it is closed, i.e. stored for only one session of work on the Internet. Others have their own validity period, they will be deleted only at its expiration or at the request of the user.
What are cookies for?
Cookies are developed to make surfing the Internet more comfortable, due to the fact that they allow you not to enter the same data several times on sites that you have already visited. So, for example, once logging in to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, you will not need to re-enter the data from your account each time to log in to it.
It is very convenient, thanks to this, work on the Internet becomes more comfortable, the speed of surfing the Internet increases, there is no need to remember all your logins and passwords from each site, because not everyone has a phenomenal memory.
It is also very convenient to fill out a form (questionnaire) on one site with your data once, for example, not to fill it out completely on another, because the autocomplete function will work in similar fields, which allows you not to re-enter your data, as for the first time.
At its core, cookies do not cause any harm to the computer, they are invented to facilitate your work on the Internet. They are very useful for us and sites similar to ours. These files allow us to compile data about what our customers like, what they want and, as a result, try to give it to them then and in the form they need.
They help us to get to know our target audience good enough to be able to offer these people the best goods and services they want and deserve to have. That is why it is so important to us that you don’t turn off the cookies for website surfing.
Should you be afraid of cookies?
What we do not know or do not understand always scares us. So, is it worth it to worry about these files? Absolutely not! Firstly, any browser used by the person has the option to clear cookies. You can accomplish this by doing just a couple of manipulations with the computer mouse. This is not complicated. But, it is worth keeping in mind that when you delete such files, you lose a lot, for example, access to some sites.
So, to summarize. Cookies facilitate the use of various sites, while maintaining quick access to them, and help study people’s preferences (contextual advertising). At the same time, if someone else uses your computer, he can benefit from them. To achieve a middle ground, you should periodically clean these files and, of course, monitor the safety of your computer. You can also delete them from certain sites without deleting all cookies in a row.
Is your personal information shared with third parties?
From the very beginning, we want to assure you that the transfer of any information by us about our users is expressly excluded. This is contrary to the principles of our organization and, more importantly, the rule of law. That is why this never happens.
By no means, your data is used without your permission and is not for sale. We can only use information that does not identify an individual. It can be used for advertising or other purposes.
Use of third-party links on our portal
Google uses Dart cookies. They help get to know users better. Also, their task is to provide users with a quality positive experience using the Internet and its benefits. Google also uses these files to guide users and help make an informed decision about a product, service, etc. If a person does not want any help, she/he can easily refuse to use these files.
CAN-SPAM Act Principles We Follow
We respect our customers, their freedom and rights. That is why our organization adheres to the Can-Spam Act of Principles. This is a law that protects the rights of users, and it also sets certain rules for commercial communications. According to this agreement, each user has the right to unsubscribe from the newsletter or block the sender.
The principles of CAN-SPAM Act we follow:
- Do not send emails with a deceptive or misleading email address. All the data is legal, including the server from which the letters are sent.
- The subject of each letter should sound very clearly, leaving no room for misunderstanding and reflect its content.
- The recipient of the letter should always be aware of what kind of letter they receive. Therefore, it should be defined as an advertisement or quote, so, that it is clear that this is a commercial offer.
- Indication of the real address of the company (location) is mandatory.
- The receiver should be well aware of how they can refuse the commercial letters of the sender. That is, they should have clear step-by-step instructions on how to stop receiving a part or all of the company’s newsletters.
- If the distribution is carried out by a third party, the sender must be fully responsible for the content of the letters and the correctness of their sending.
- The sender must respect the receiver’s right to unsubscribe. If the person has refused the mailing within 30 days after receiving the first letter, the sender must immediately stop it. The sender does not have the right to insist on providing additional data.
Each user of our platform has the right to refuse advertising letters. To do this, you just need to contact customer service. Once your request has been reviewed, you will no longer receive a single letter.