Privacy Policy

Online Privacy Policy

The following privacy policy refers to information that is obtained from visitors through our website.

We store log files on our web server. These log files contain various visitor information, including the IP address, the type of browser used, the referring page or link, and the duration of the visit. If a visitor fills out a registration the visitor’s username and their email address will be stored on our web server.

Cookies are often stored in order to remember user preferences.

The use of user information:

We will use stored visitor information in order to increase the user experience of our visitors when visiting our website. This may be performed through the personalization of content, display, and even specific advertising.

Email addresses that are stored are never traded, sold, leased, transferred, or rented to third parties.

Emails sent to our visitors:

Visitors that have registered with our website may receive emails to inform them of upcoming services, products, deals, and news related to services provided by us or any of our affiliate companies.

Visitors may unsubscribe to these emails at any time. Instructions for unsubscribing will be included in the emails that you are sent.

Users have the right to prevent the use of cookies through their browser settings; however, this may limit the user from accessing various features provided by the website.

The use of cookies on our website:

Cookies are text files that a website browser will store when you visit websites that stores your user preferences related to your visit to a website. This can include the duration of your visit to a website, the referring link, the time of your visit, and various browser specific information.

Cookies may also be used for the purpose of tracking visitors viewing preferences in regards to third party advertising. Google uses cookies for this purpose and through third party vendors.

Google uses the DART cookies in order to serve personalized advertisements to users. They use the websites that they have visited in order to deliver personalized content.

In order to prevent Google from using the DART cookies, visitors may visit the Google ad and content network privacy policy.