Privacy Policy

Klenitise™ Internet Privacy Policy

This network of web sites is owned and operated by Klenitise Ltd., also known as Klenitise™ (“Klenitise”). Klenitise™ respects its visitors’ rights to privacy. Klenitise™ developed this Privacy Policy to let you know how its sites operate and what kinds of information collects at its web sites.

Klenitise understands that many visitors to the Klenitise™ web sites are concerned about the online information they provide to Klenitise™ and how Klenitise™ might use that information. This Privacy Policy addresses those concerns and summarizes what personally identifiable information Klenitise™ may collect and how Klenitise™ may use that information.

The Privacy Policy is based on both UK and international laws and requirements. Klenitise™ may update the Policy from time to time, so you may want to click the link to this Policy periodically.

Personal Information Collected at Klenitise™ Web Sites

Klenitise™ does not require a visitor to provide any personal information (such as name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, or credit card number) in order to access its Klenitise™ web sites and view information about the company, its products, or its services. Klenitise™ will collect certain general technical information from every visitor, such as the type of browser you use, the web pages you view, and the country from which you view those pages. This information does not identify any particular person and will be used to improve the Klenitise™ web sites.

Klenitise™ will only collect personally identifiable information that you voluntarily provide through a Klenitise™ web site or via an e-mail addressed to Klenitise™ from a Klenitise™ web site. Klenitise™ will not sell voluntarily submitted personal information to third parties. Voluntarily submitted personal information will be used only for internal Klenitise™ purposes.

How Klenitise™ Uses the Personal Information It Collects

Klenitise™ provides an explanation for the use of any personal information before you are asked to submit your personal information. For example, Klenitise™ may ask for personal information to answer your question about one of our products or services, or to provide information about our distributors, or to track orders you place for Klenitise™ products or services. Klenitise™ may use authorized third parties to collect, track and process personal information you submit voluntarily. These authorized third parties have agreed to keep personal information you submit via our web sites confidential and secure.

Some of the Klenitise™ web sites may require that you register online by providing personal information before you can access certain services and interact with Klenitise™ online. If the Klenitise™ registration form requires you to submit personal information, your personal information may be used for a variety of purposes, such as contacting you, processing or shipping your order(s), or providing interactive training to you, your employees or your contractors.

Klenitise™ may also be required by governmental authorities or by law to share personal information voluntarily provided by visitors or registered users of its Klenitise™ web sites.

How to Modify or Remove Personal Information You Submitted Electronically to Klenitise

If you decide you want to modify or remove personal information you voluntarily submitted to Klenitise™, please send an e-mail to requesting that Klenitise™ modify or remove your personal information from its database. Klenitise™ will make reasonable efforts to comply with your request.

Links to Third Party Sites on the Klenitise™ Web Site

The Klenitise™ web sites may include links to web sites owned and operated by third parties. Klenitise™ does not endorse or otherwise accept responsibility for the content or privacy policies of such third party web sites. Klenitise™ recommends that you review the privacy policy of each web site you visit.

Klenitise™ Data That May be Sent to Your Computer

When you visit one of the Klenitise™ web sites, Klenitise™ may send some information back to your computer and store it there. This information is called a “cookie,” which is a small text file. The cookie allows Klenitise’s server to recognize you when you visit a Klenitise™ web site in the future. Most web browsers can be configured to reject cookies or to notify you when a cookie is sent to you. Not accepting this “cookie” may affect the performance and/or functionality of the web sites.

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