Data Collection And Usage
With the sole purpose of providing an enhanced user experience for visitors, we engage in the collection of various types of information. The data that we collect falls into two broad categories; information that you provide with your explicit consent, and information that we gain using tracking technologies. Allow us to break that down for you below.
When you start to use the various resources within this site, we often ask you for your contact info, which usually includes your email address, name, physical address, etc. This information is kept solely to provide you with important site updates, product purchase details, promotional offers, and other notifications. If you feel that the amount by emails that you receive from us is too much, you can unsubscribe from them whenever you want.
As mentioned within our Terms and Conditions, we also engage in the collection of data using browser cookies, scripts, fingerprinters, and pixel beacons to track user activity. This allows us to collect detail usage statistics to facilitate various enhancements to the site — better product placements and interactive user elements, for example. However, we will never share, nor do we intend to share, your information with third-party entities under any circumstance.
Data Tracking Technologies
We use a range of tracking technologies to monitor your activity while you browse this site. Data collection makes use of various metrics such as browser versions, date and time, IP addresses, cookies data, pixel beacons, location data, etc. This data provides us with a range of useful usage statistics to help improve our services.
With browser cookies in particular, end users also garner various benefits. Despite their name, cookies are tiny files that include anonymized identifiers that help us identify users on subsequent visits. In addition to helping us out in our data collection efforts, you yourself can enjoy faster sign ins, remembered site preferences, and improved performance during navigation. Cookies can also aid you in product purchases.
Configuring Browser Privacy
Most web browsers refrain from restricting the forms of data that websites garner with the tracking techniques listed above. But you as the end-user do have control over what websites do collect by modifying the various privacy settings of your preferred web browsers. Popular browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari do allow you to prevent sites from tracking you from site to site by restricting cookies and third-party scripts.
KIndly use the instructional articles using the links below to manage the privacy settings for several popular desktop and mobile web browsers:
Third-Party Service Providers
Our site makes use of the support services of several third-parties for e-commerce and data analytical purposes (Histats, Clicky, Shopify, WooCommerce, etc.). We have placed reasonable controls to ensure that these service providers aren’t susceptible to information that can be used to identify you with directly. These service providers only have access to a set amount of anonymized data as required to perform the tasks that we have authorized them to conduct.