Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Maintaining your confidentiality is a top priority for us. So that you are aware of our data collection, use, communication, and dissemination practices, we have drafted this policy.

Our policy about your personal information on is outlined below.

Our website, like most others, makes use of a common technology called “cookies” and server logs to gather information about its users’ browsing habits. Data collected by cookies and server logs may comprise IP address, time of visit, pages seen, duration of stay, and URLs of sites visited immediately before and shortly after our own.

Google advertising cookies

How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps.

Google use cookies to facilitate the delivery of advertisements to partner websites, such as those that host Google advertising or are members of Google-approved ad networks. When an end user visits the website of a Google partner, the partner may place a cookie on the user’s browser.

  • Advertisements from third-party providers, such as Google, may be tailored to a user based on their browsing history by placing a cookie on their computer.
  • Visit to learn how to disable cookies and prevent third-party vendors from using them to deliver targeted advertisements.
  • Ads that your users see on your site or elsewhere on the Internet are more relevant to them thanks to the advertising cookies used by Google and its partners.
  • Ads Settings is where users may choose to opt out of receiving tailored ads.
  • Here’s where you may unaccept cookies after previously agreeing to them:

Google’s Advertising Principles outline the standards for Google ads. They are set up so that users have a good time.

Advertisements on this site are served by Google AdSense.

We utilize Google as a third-party vendor, and Google employs cookies to provide advertisements to our visitors. As a result of using the DART cookie, Google is able to show advertisements to our users that are relevant to their visit to our site and other sites on the Internet. By reading Google’s ad and content network privacy policy, users may disable the DART cookie.

We have implemented the following:

  • Remarketing with Google AdSense
  • Google Display Network Impression Reporting
  • Demographics and Interests Reporting
  • DoubleClick Platform Integration

When you use our website, we and third-party vendors, like Google, use first-party cookies (like the Google Analytics cookies) and third-party cookies (like the DoubleClick cookie) or other third-party identifiers together to compile data on user interactions with ad impressions and other ad service functions related to our website.

When someone visits our website, what information do we get about them?

Your name, email address, phone number, and other personal information may be requested throughout the purchase and registration processes, as well as other times throughout the site.

At what point do we start gathering data?

When you submit a request via the contact page or provide data anywhere else on our site, we will collect the data you provide.

How will we put your data to use?

In certain cases, we may use the information we get from you when you register, make a purchase, sign up for our newsletter, react to a survey or marketing correspondence, browse our website, or use certain other site features, including but not limited to the following:

  • In order to provide a more tailored experience and to provide you with the information and services that may be of greatest interest to you, we utilize the data collected from you to create a profile.
  • In an effort to make our website more useful to you, the user.
  • So that we may more effectively address your concerns and fulfill your service requests.
  • To manage a website feature such as a survey, contest, or promotion.

How do we ensure the privacy of our site visitors?

Your personal information is protected both online and off-line by means of encryption and restricted access only by those authorized with specific access privileges to such systems, and who are obligated to keep the information secret. More importantly, when you pay using PayPal, your financial details and other critical information are protected using the latest SSL technology.

When a customer makes a purchase, their financial details are never kept on our systems; instead, they go via a secure payment gateway.

Use “cookies” on this site?

Yes. If you allow it, websites and/or their service providers may access your computer by placing “cookies” on your hard drive. These “cookies” allow the websites and/or their service providers to identify your browser and gather and store certain information. We might tailor our services to your interests by analyzing the information these cookies collect about your use of the site in the past or the usage you are making of it right now.

In addition, we utilize aggregate data gathered through cookies to improve the quality of future site experiences and products.

Cookies allow us to:

  • Remember to record commercials.
  • Gather statistical information about site visitors and how they use the site so that you may enhance the site’s features and functionality. In certain cases, we may enlist the help of reliable outside parties to maintain such records (Facebook & Google).

t is possible to disable cookies entirely, or to have your computer notify you each time a cookie is being delivered. This is done in a web browser’s preferences menu. To find out how to change your cookies in your specific browser, please consult the “Help” menu of your browser. Disabling cookies will not have any noticeable effect on your experience.

Disclosing Information to a Third Party

Your personal information will not be sold, traded, or transferred to other parties. Except for our hosting partners and other parties that help us in running our website, doing our business, or serving you, no third parties will have access to your personal information unless we provide you with advance notice and have your consent to share this information.

If we think release is necessary to comply with the law, enforce our site rules, or defend ours or another party’s rights, property, or safety, we may also disclose your information. Information about visitors that cannot be used to identify them individually may be shared with third parties for marketing, advertising, or other purposes.

The California Online Privacy Protection Act

First in the country, California’s Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) mandates that all for-profit websites and online services disclose their data collection and use practices to users. Any person or business in the United States (or possibly the world) that operates a website that collects personally identifiable information from California consumers is subject to the law and must clearly disclose what information is being collected, how it will be used, and with whom it will be shared.

  • See more at:

Our agreement conforms to the following provisions of CalOPPA:

People may use our website without giving us any personal information.

The link to this privacy policy will be prominently displayed on the homepage or, at the very least, the first substantive page that visitors see when clicking through to our site. The phrase “Privacy” is included in the link to our Privacy Policy, which may be found on the aforementioned page.

Changes to the privacy policies will be communicated to users:

  • In our Privacy Statement

In order to update your user profile, you can:

  • The easiest way to contact us is through email.

The way our site responds to “do not track” requests.

If a user has set their browser to “Do Not Track,” we will not collect tracking information, put cookies, or utilize advertising.

Can other parties observe your conduct on our site?

Another thing to keep in mind is that we do permit behavioral monitoring by third parties (Facebook and Google)

COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)

Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) gives parents the right to approve each time their children’s information is collected online if they are under the age of 13. The COPPA Rule, put in place to ensure the safety of children when using the Internet, is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, the country’s consumer protection body.
Children under the age of 13 are not a target demographic for our company.

Ethics in Data Collection and Use

Concepts included in the Fair Information Practices Principles have been crucial in the evolution of data protection legislation across the world, and the principles themselves constitute the backbone of privacy law in the United States. It is crucial to understand the numerous privacy regulations that safeguard personal information and how the Fair Information Practice Principles should be applied.

How to Get in Touch with Us

Please use the contact details provided below if you have any queries about this privacy statement.

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Carl Abel
I am a printing expert with years of experience in various printing techniques. My expertise includes offset printing, digital printing, and screen printing. I am known for my attention to detail, problem-solving skills, and commitment to delivering outstanding results. I am dedicated to staying up-to-date with the latest developments in printing technology to provide cutting-edge solutions. I am passionate about collaborating with clients to transform their ideas into stunning prints. Read more about us
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