Create – 03.31.2022
Update – 04.13.2022
What data is collected on the site?
The site collects your name, email, and phone number so that we can correctly identify you and contact you for consultations or emails.
What is the purpose of this data collection?
The name is needed to address you personally, and your e-mail is needed to send you educational letters and news from the agency. The phone number is needed to conduct a free consultation.
Your name and e-mail are not passed on to third parties under any circumstances, except in cases related to compliance with the law. You can unsubscribe from receiving mailings and remove your contact information from the database at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link included with each mailing.
Third parties such as Meta and Google receive your data in encrypted form to show relevant ADS.
How is this data used?
We use your data to send out emails or to conduct consultations.
Third parties such as Meta and Google receive your data in encrypted form. What data will they receive:
- IP addresses;
- settings and settings of Internet browsers (User-agent);
These companies identify you on their networks to show relevant ads. They receive the data in encrypted form.
Processing of personal data
Processing and storage of provided personal data are performed in data centers with equipment that ensures the functioning of the website services. Provided personal data is processed and can be stored in the personal database or a separate table of the site database.
How is this data protected?
However, while we strive to protect your data, you must also take steps to protect it. We strongly encourage you to take all possible precautions while on the Internet. The services and websites we provide include measures to protect against leakage, unauthorized use and alteration of the information we control. While we do our best to ensure the integrity and security of our network and systems, we cannot guarantee that our security measures will prevent unauthorized access to this information by third-party hackers.