Privacy Policy

When you register or sign up for a service on, we use the data shared by you to fulfill your service. This data is only used by us and our partners. We advise our clients to read the privacy policy carefully before registering or signing up for our service. By accepting the privacy policy, you agree to use and disclose your personal information in accordance with this privacy policy.

What data do we share? enables you to select the services to meet your needs. To fulfill your service request, we obtain certain personal information. This personal information will be shared with our partners who will use the information to serve your service request.

What are cookies on websites?
Cookies are small files of information that a web server generates and sends to a web browser. Web browsers store the cookies for a predetermined period or for the length of a user’s session on a website. Cookies provide information about the user to the websites, enabling the websites to personalize the user experience.

Where are cookies stored?
Web browsers store cookies in a designated file on users’ devices. The Google Chrome web browser, for instance, stores all cookies in a file labeled “Cookies.”

What are cookies used for?

Session cookies: Session cookies stay on a browser and retain your information until it is closes. When a new browser window is opened, the same user is treated as a new visitor and must input their login credentials.

Persistent cookies: have a designated lifespan and remain in a browser until the period elapses or the cookie is manually deleted. Websites that use persistent cookies will remember users even after they close a browser. Persistent cookies enable features such as persistent shopping carts, which retain products added to cart between sessions.

Personalization: Cookies help a website “remember” user actions or user preferences, enabling the website to customize the user’s experience.

Tracking: Some cookies record what websites users visit. This information is sent to the server that originated the cookie the next time the browser will load content from that server. With third-party tracking cookies, this process takes place anytime the browser loads a website that uses that tracking service.

First-party cookies are directly created by the website you are using. These are generally safer, if you are browsing reputable website or ones that have not been compromised.

Third-party cookies are more troubling. They are generated by websites that are different from the web pages users are currently surfing, usually because they’re linked to ads on that page.
Visiting a site with 10 ads may generate 10 cookies, even if users never click on those ads. Third-party cookies let advertisers or analytics companies track an individual’s browsing history across the web on any sites that contain their ads.

How do cookies affect user privacy?
As described above, cookies can be used to record browsing activity, including for advertising purposes. However, many users do not want their online behavior to be tracked. Users also lack visibility or control over what tracking services do with the data they collect. Even when cookie-based tracking is not tied to a specific user’s name or device, with some types of tracking it could still be possible to link a record of a user’s browsing activity with their real identity.

This information could be used in any number of ways, from unwanted advertising to the monitoring, stalking, or harassment of users. (This is not the case with all cookie usage.) We use third-party service providers on our website. They may collect anonymous information about your visits to our website, and your interaction with our products and services. No personally identifiable information is collected or used in this process. They do not know the name, phone number, email address, address, or any personally identifying information about the user.

The Information We Collect
There are two forms of Information that we collect online: Website Visitor Information and Personally Identifiable Information voluntarily provided to by visitors.

Website Visitor Information
We gather Information on Website activity, such as data on the number of people who visit the Website, the pages they visit, the duration of their stay, etc. This information is collected on an anonymous basis, through web server logs and cookies, and will not contain Personally Identifiable Information.

Personally Identifiable Information
Personally Identifiable Information may be collected on certain pages of the Website. If you contact online to fill an enquiry form, post a comment, register, sign up for a service, the contact forms ask for certain types of Personally Identifiable Information to help us in fulfilling your requested service. This information is voluntarily given to

How We Use the Personal Identifiable Information
We use the information you provide to fulfill the service you requested. The information may be shared among our employees and partners to provide a service you have requested.

Safeguarding the Personal Identifiable Information uses a variety of secure techniques to protect your Personal Identifiable information, including secure servers, firewalls, and encryption of financial data.

Acceptance of Privacy Policy
By accessing the website, you agree to the privacy policy. If you do not agree to this policy, please do not access our website. We reserve the right at our discretion to add, modify, or delete content of this policy at any time. By sharing your information, you permit us to collect and use the information disclosed by you on our website. If you continue to access the website, it means you accept any recent changes we made to the privacy policy. If you have any question, feel free to email us at