Privacy Policy

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We take your data and your privacy seriously, and protecting your privacy is our priority. This page explains how the information we collect through this website will be treated. Since we are not lawyers, we’ll provide this information in the FAQ style.

Contact Forms

What information do you store?

We store user input data sent through the contact forms on this website, along with meta information about the submissions, including the time stamp, the origin IP address, and the user agent (browser). Also, third-party services may collect information about website visitors. We currently use Google Analytics on this website (See the Google Analytics section below.).

Where does the information go?

We use the Avada Theme which collects your information shared with us through the contact and subscribe forms on our website. The information is sent as email messages that only a select few on our team are allowed to access. It is also saved as a backup on our database. The information is also stored in the database on our hosting server for backup and later reference purposes. If you subscribed to our email newsletter, your submission is shared with and stored at WP Engine hosts this website and has limited access to this website. Avada Theme support staff will also have access to this website on a case-by-case basis.

How long do you keep the information?

We don’t set a particular time limit on storing information because we need it for future reference. If you want your information to be purged from our database, please contact us. We will remove it anytime there are concerns about your privacy.

Do you share the information with other parties?

No, although we do use some WordPress plugins on this website that may pass data, including personal information, to external servers to process, such as MailChimp. We do not sell your personal information.

We only use WordPress plugins and themes that are hosted by’s guidelines prohibit tracking users without their explicit informed consent.

Google Analytics

What does Google Analytics do and why does this website use it?

Google Analytics tracks usage data about visitors to this website by storing cookies on your computer. Google Analytics helps us to evaluate and report on the use of our website. We use Google Analytics to find out:

How many visitors use our website
How our website is used
What’s popular on our website, and what’s not
Whether visitors return to our website

What information about me do you collect?

We do not collect detailed personal information when we use Google Analytics. We only know what city a user is from, what type of device a visitor is using to view our site, and how a visitor found our site (for example, Facebook, Instagram, or a Google search). This gives us a broad-picture idea of how our website is performing which is essential for devising an overall marketing strategy and allows us to know if we are appealing to our intended audience.

Do you know my name and where I live?

All data is anonymized, meaning the cookies carry no personally identifiable information. These cookies help us to understand our visitor’s behavior and allow us to make improvements to better our user’s experience. We do not run personalized ads. Therefore, the Google Analytics platform on our site does not collect personally identifiable information.

We do NOT know:

Your name
Home address
Date of birth
IP address

For more information, you can view Google’s Privacy Policy.

How do you find out this information?

Google Analytics uses cookies to remember a user’s behavior and it shares these insights with us. The developers explain this process fully on their reference platform, but in simple terms, Google Analytics mainly uses first-party cookies to generate reports on who visits our website and what users do once they get here. . This means that the cookies are linked to a specific website domain, and Google Analytics will only use that cookie data for statistical analysis related to your browsing behavior on that specific website. According to Google, the data collected cannot be altered or retrieved by services from other domains. Google Analytics is widely used across the web.

Can I opt out?

Yes, you can install a browser plugin that will opt you out of any site that uses Google Analytics. You can find the Google Opt-Out plugin here.

Google reCaptcha

What is Google reCAPTCHA?

Google reCAPTCHA is a security service provided by Google that helps to protect sites from spam and abuse. We use Google reCAPTCHA on our contact form.

Read Google’s Privacy Policy and Terms of Use for more information.