Privacy And Cookie Policy

This privacy policy applies to the website at (the “Website").

We recognize the importance of letting our clients understand our privacy policy concerning their data,which we keep changing over time to make our operations effective. Please note that in case we change our privacy policy, mostly due to particular changes in the law, business, or technology, all the revisions will be posted here. Upon posting them here, the revisions are deemed effective, and your continued usage of this website will be subject to the changes in the terms of the privacy policy.

1. Personal Identifiable Information

We do not collect any personal identifiable information on the Website. 

2. Cookies

A Cookie file is a tiny text file that our website sends to your computer. There are two main types of cookie files: session based, those which self-delete after you close your browser and persistent Cookies, those that remain on your PC unless you delete them manually, which is super easy, by the way.

3. Services using Cookies

3.1. Analytics


We use Google Analytics to help us understand how you make use of the Website.

Google Analytics cookies follow your progress through the Website, collecting data on where you have come from, which pages you visit, and how long you spend on the site. This data is then stored by Google in order to create reports.

We have enabled an IP Anonymization feature on Google Analytics. Google anonymizes your IP address as soon as technically feasible at the earliest possible stage by setting the last octet of your IP address to zeros in memory. The full IP address is never written to disk in this case.

We don't send any personal identifiable information to Google.

If you don’t want Google Analytics to be used in your browser, you can install the Google Analytics browser add-on. Also, many browsers allow you to block third-party cookies. You can also clear any existing cookies from within your browser.

Learn more how Google collects and processes data:

3.1 Why do we use cookies:

Yes, but not the way you may think. These minuscule files are only good for statistics and future user experience improvements. 

3.2 Don't Want to Use Cookies?

Not a problem. We do not force this on anyone, it's just not how it works. Every browser has the ability to limit Cookie use for every site you visit. Refer to their documentation and user manuals to see how.

To either delete or restrict the use of Cookies you simply need to go to your browser's settings, then hit the Privacy section. There you can manage your use of Cookies.

You can disable third party Cookies from Google Analytics as well, just visit their website, it's all there.

You can also choose not to see interest-based ads by visiting the Digital Advertising Alliance. You can tweak your iPhone or iPad settings to disable interest based ads as well.

Please note that disabling Cookie may drastically change your experience with certain websites, and not necessarily to the best.