Privacy Policy

Your privacy is respected at all times. Bold Internet will not sell or make available your personal information in any way, except where you have specifically asked us to.

Bold Internet will collect and use information you supply to us in the following ways:

  • Data that you provide when registering and using the site generally will be stored by Bold Internet and be used by Bold Internet to contact you, provide you with information relevant to the Services as well as for the day-to-day use and improvement of the Services, unless you have asked us not to do so
  • Bold Internet does not hold clients’ financial information

We DO NOT collect the following information:

  • Information about other programs that you are running on your computer
  • Any passwords that you enter in a website

Bold Internet will only pass your information on to third parties under the following circumstances. Bold Internet may forward Data previously supplied by you to a relevant Data Provider where that Data is required to give you access to the restricted parts of certain Data Provider’s Content or if you have requested services from a Data Provider that require payment, or where your address is required to allow a Data Provider to send you information that you have requested by post. If you can be identified from such Data then Bold Internet will not pass on the Data without having obtained your permission.

You can request to have the Data you supplied deleted from Bold Internet’s records. You may modify the data supplied to Bold Internet at any time. You agree to update your data if it changes. You agree that Bold Internet may, if required by law, disclose your Data to any person empowered to request such information.

Linked Websites And Advertising

As a convenience to users, we may provide links to third-party content, websites or services. We do not endorse, sponsor, control, or otherwise accept responsibility for this material, except to the extent that we otherwise control it.

You should be aware that third-party websites are not covered by this Agreement or our Privacy Policy, and we, therefore, cannot be responsible for the content or practices of any such website, even if it links to the Site or even if the website is operated by a company affiliated or otherwise connected with us.

Anonymous Information

Cookies. A cookie is a string of information that is sent by a website and stored on your hard drive or temporarily in your computer’s memory. We may employ cookie technology to help you move faster through our site. We may employ cookie technology to estimate our total audience size and traffic and to help us improve our site’s experience by measuring which site areas are of greatest interest to users. You can turn off the ability to receive any of these cookies by adjusting the browser in your computer, but you should note that if you do so, this may materially affect the functionality of the site and the information you can access through it.

We collect anonymous data when you visit most pages on the site. Your visit may automatically provide us with data that is not linked to your personal information, such as your IP (Internet Protocol) address, browser type, operating system, domain name, access times, and referring website addresses. Some parts of the site use embedded pixel or Javascript technologies to facilitate your use of the website and to track general traffic. We use your anonymous data to obtain general statistics regarding the use of the site and its specific web pages and to evaluate how our visitors use and navigate our site on an aggregate basis. We do not link your anonymous data with personal data.

We use Google Analytics, Google AdWords Conversion tracker, and other Google services that place cookies on a browser across the website. These cookies help us increase the website’s effectiveness for our visitors. These cookies are set and read by Google. To opt out of Google tracking, please visit this page.

We use AdWords remarketing to market our sites across the web. We place a cookie on a browser, and then a 3rd party (Google) reads these cookies and may serve an ad on a 3rd party site. You may opt-out of this ad serving on Google’s opt-out page. If you are concerned about 3rd party cookies served by networks, you should also visit the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page.