Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy Has Been Compiled To Better Serve Those Who Are Concerned With How Their 'Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Is Being Used Online. PII, As Used In US Privacy Law And Information Security, Is Information That Can Be Used On Its Own Or With Other Information To Identify, Contact, Or Locate A Single Person, Or To Identify An Individual In Context. Please Read Our Privacy Policy Carefully To Get A Clear Understanding Of How We Collect, Use, Protect Or Otherwise Handle Your Personally Identifiable Information In Accordance With Our Website And Applications.

What Personal Information Do We Collect From The People That Visit Our Blog, Website Or App?
When Ordering Or Registering On Our Site, As Appropriate, You May Be Asked To Enter Your Name, Email Address, Phone Number, Company Details, Products Details And Images Of Products Or Other Details To Help You With Your Experience.

When Do We Collect Information?

We Collect Information From You When You Register On Our Site, Fill Out A Form Or Enter Information On Our Site.

How Do We Use Your Information?

We May Use The Information We Collect From You When You Register, Make A Purchase, Sign Up For Our Newsletter, Respond To A Survey Or Marketing Communication, Surf The Website, List Your Profile To Website As A Free Member, Send Your Details To Buyer When Requested Or Send Free Inquiry For Your Profile And Products Related Or Use Certain Other Site Features In The Following Ways:

How Do We Protect Visitor Information?

Our Website Is Scanned On A Regular Basis For Security Holes And Known Vulnerabilities In Order To Make Your Visit To Our Site As Safe As Possible.

We Use Regular Malware Scanning.We Do Use An SSL Certificate.Do We Use 'Cookies'?

Yes. Cookies Are Small Files That A Site Or Its Service Provider Transfers To Your Computer's Hard Drive Through Your Web Browser (If You Allow) That Enables The Site's Or Service Provider's Systems To Recognize Your Browser And Capture And Remember Certain Information. For Instance, We Use Cookies To Help Us Remember And Process The Items In Your Shopping Cart. They Are Also Used To Help Us Understand Your Preferences Based On Previous Or Current Site Activity, Which Enables Us To Provide You With Improved Services. We Also Use Cookies To Help Us Compile Aggregate Data About Site Traffic And Site Interaction So That We Can Offer Better Site Experiences And Tools In The Future.

We Use Cookies To:

Compile Aggregate Data About Site Traffic And Site Interactions In Order To Offer Better Site Experiences And Tools In The Future. We May Also Use Trusted Third Party Services That Track This Information On Our Behalf.
You Can Choose To Have Your Computer Warn You Each Time A Cookie Is Being Sent, Or You Can Choose To Turn Off All Cookies. You Do This Through Your Browser (Like Internet Explorer) Settings. Each Browser Is A Little Different, So Look At Your Browser's Help Menu To Learn The Correct Way To Modify Your Cookies.
If You Disable Cookies Off, Some Features Will Be Disabled It Won't Affect The Users Experience That Make Your Site Experience More Efficient And Some Of Our Services Will Not Function Properly.
However, You Can Still Place Orders.

Third Party Disclosure

We Do Not Sell, Trade, Or Otherwise Transfer To Outside Parties Your Personally Identifiable Information.
Third Party Links.
We Do Not Include Or Offer Third Party Products Or Services On Our Website. For Banners Link Please Check Once Before Visit Banner Link Website. We Are Not Responsible For The Provided Link As They Presented By User Side.

Opting Out:

Users Can Set Preferences For How Google Advertises To You Using The Google Ad Settings Page. Alternatively, You Can Opt Out By Visiting The Network Advertising Initiative Opt Out Page Or Permanently Using The Google Analytics Opt Out Browser Add On.

Fair Information Practices

The Fair Information Practices Principles Form The Backbone Of Privacy Law In The United States And The Concepts They Include Have Played A Significant Role In The Development Of Data Protection Laws Around The Globe. Understanding The Fair Information Practice Principles And How They Should Be Implemented Is Critical To Comply With The Various Privacy Laws That Protect Personal Information.
In Order To Be In Line With Fair Information Practices We Will Take The Following Responsive Action, Should A Data Breach Occur: We Will Notify The Users Via Email

Within 7 Business Days

We Also Agree To The Individual Redress Principle, Which Requires That Individuals Have A Right To Pursue Legally Enforceable Rights Against Data Collectors And Processors Who Fail To Adhere To The Law. This Principle Requires Not Only That Individuals Have Enforceable Rights Against Data Users, But Also That Individuals Have Recourse To Courts Or A Government Agency To Investigate And/Or Prosecute Non-Compliance By Data Processors.

The CAN-SPAM Act Is A Law That Sets The Rules For Commercial Email, Establishes Requirements For Commercial Messages, Gives Recipients The Right To Have Emails Stopped From Being Sent To Them, And Spells Out Tough Penalties For Violations.

We Collect Your Email Address In Order To:

To Be In Accordance With CANSPAM We Agree To The Following:
If At Any Time You Would Like To Unsubscribe From Receiving Future Emails, You Can Email Us At
And We Will Promptly Remove You From ALL Correspondence.

Contacting Us

If There Are Any Questions Regarding This Privacy Policy You May Contact Us Using The Information Below.
- SHOPNO, 107-Raj Victoria, New Pal Rd, Pal Gam, Surat, Gujarat 394510 - INDIA.