PII stands for Personal Identifiable Information. We might use it for locating, contacting, or identifying a person. It also may be used for the identification of an individual in context.
You might be asked to provide your personal details such as phone number or email address to be able to get the best experience on Psychology-Writing.com.
We store all the information you submitted except for your payment information in our database.
You can contact us by email [email protected] if you want your records removed from Psychology-Writing.com. We will remove your records within two business days.
To be able to perform your requests, we collect necessary information, such as your personal information. It includes but does not limit gender, name, date of birth, and the information you share while interacting with service providers.
We may also collect additional information on the photos or videos you upload on Psychology-Writing.com. It includes but does not limit to the date, time, and location of the image or video taken.
We do not store, collect, or have access to your credit card or bank accounts. All transactions are not processed or stored on our servers. Third-party services handle all transactions through a gateway provider. Psychology-Writing.com collects personal data that you enter when you sign up for the newsletter, register, make a purchase, complete a survey, etc. It may be used for the following, but not limited, purposes:
- Order processing and sending related updates and information
- Keeping in touch with you (phone or email requires, live chat, etc.)
- Responding to inquires or requests and sending newsletters.
In keeping with the CAN-SPAM Act, we try to:
- Put the physical address of our business or our sire headquarters in messages
- Operate unsubscribe/opt-out requests quickly
- Avoid using fake or misleading subjects or email addresses
- Put an unsubscribe link in every email
- Check email marketing services of third-party for compliance when they are used.
Protection of Personal Data
Our website is regularly checked for any known vulnerabilities such as viruses, security holes, malware to provide you with the safest experience possible.
All your personal data is kept behind secured networks.
Psychology-Writing.com will notify its users, vendors, and visitors via in-site notification if a data breach occurs within one business day.
Log Files Policy
Psychology-Writing.com uses log files like many other websites. Log files serve to log visitors to the website. It is a part of hosting services’ analytics and is a standard procedure. Log files include the following information:
- Type of browser
- Time/date stamp
- The number of clicks (possibly)
- IP addresses
- Internet Service Provider
- Exit/referring pages.
We use this information to administer the website, gather demographic information, analyze trends, and track users’ activity on the website. Other information such as IP addresses is not linked to any personally identifiable information.
Web Beacons and Cookies
- Google is a third-party vendor of Psychology-Writing.com. Google’s cookies are used to serve ads on the website.
- Google uses DART cookies to enable serving ads to Psychology-Writing.com’s visitors based upon their visit to different sites on the Internet, including Psychology-Writing.com
About Our Advertising Partners
Our site may contain cookies and web beacons that are used by some of our advertising partners.
These cookies used by third-party advertisers are not controlled or accessed by Psychology-Writing.com.
You may disable cookies through your browser options if you wish so. Please refer to your browser’s respective website for more detailed information about its cookie management.
We know how crucial it is to provide children with added protection online. We believe guardians and parents should dedicate some time to participate, monitor, observe, and guide their children’s online activity. Psychology-Writing.com does not collect any children under the age of 13’s personally identifiable information knowingly. You should contact us immediately in case you believe that we have the personally-identifiable information of your child under the age of 13 in our database. Use the contact mentioned in the first paragraph to do so. We will do our best to delete such information from our database as soon as possible.