Just a little sticky note for you that says theblogcreative.com is earning compensation for endorsements of products and services which can only mean that external links or banners on this
This is not to say though that theblogcreative.com works purely for the intention of money (but to some degree, yes! Well, because, business…DUH.) and have no care whatsoever with the content, products, and services we deliver to our audience.
We strive to create magical stuff from my own fantasy-worthy interests as well as your own.
Claims, statistics, quotes, or other representations about external products or services are not under my liability so it is safer to ask and verify with the manufacturer, provider, or party in question.
I honestly didn’t have the time to write these all over again but the GDPR requires me to do so and I am like a teenager stuck in a family reunion with a bunch of old people⏤NO OTHER CHOICE.
This will be a long and boring read but if you’re a Type A and a neat freak, you’d enjoy going through the content.
And just like what Taylor Swift said, “Don’t say I didn’t say I didn’t warn ‘ya!” ?
As mentioned, the advertised products, services, or techniques in this blog worked magic for me…but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they will work exactly the same way for you.
Not everything will be your cup of tea especially if you like/love coffee!
Content here is mainly for informational purposes only and are not, in any way, like your ex’s broken promises because from here on, I am telling you that things don’t work out the same way for everyone.
We have different tastes, and perhaps luck at different times and situations, so best bet is not to cry too much when things didn’t go as plan.
Many things are involved in success, mostly trial and error. So chin up, and dust yourself off and try again! I’d be more than happy to have some chit chat as well for advice and mentoring when things (and you) get out of control.
I collect, use, maintain, and disclose information that you (on one hand, willingly!) gave me as a user of this website, any
I have to admit that one of my secret hobbies is laughing to myself about your weird names, and secretly stalking you on social media during my free time, speaking of which, I wish I have more *sigh*.
Here are some, if not all,
- Basic personal information (name, email, mobile phone number, birth date, etc.)
- Basic payment details (bank account number/name, amount to be charged, service charge, etc.)
You have the rights reserved to change or delete any information that you disclosed with us any time you wish, with reasons acceptable within the grounds of “laws” of the theblogcreative.com.
PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION
You can explore theblogcreative.com anonymously because this is not a secret, underground society that needs a secret password.
But when you fancy an order of my products or services, I do ask for some of your personal deets necessary to properly complete and deliver your demands, Your Highness.
There are some points where you need to waste time and enter your information like when registering on our site, subscribing to newsletters, responding to surveys, filling out forms, use Live Chat, use contact form or send me a direct email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
To put it plainly, every information that you entrust to theblogcreative.com is being safeguarded solely for agreed and confirmed transactions involving you, theblogcreative.com, and trusted affiliates. Theblogcreative.com is tasked to inform you, as our user and consumer, of all transactions that would require a transfer of your information only within the scope of you, me, and in some occasions, affiliate/s.
Fret not for any unwanted hacking or whatnot, I ensure that your online safety is a topnotch priority among others.
WEB BROWSER COOKIES
Unfortunately, these cookies are not most people’s midnight snack idea for cookies.
These “cookies” are used by our site to enhance user experience. User’s device browser places cookies on their hard drive for record-keeping purposes and sometimes to track information about them.
And just like the real-life cookies, you have a choice to have it or not. If not, note that some parts of the site may not function properly. However, refusing these “cookies” will do nothing for your diet.
NON-PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION
This section is all about the things I really don’t care about like your device browser names, type of device, and other BLAH technical information, but I do collect these in case a situation calls for it in the future. Who knows when’s that gonna be.
Save the surprised look when you see an ad
Remarketing ads use “cookies” once more that is statistically based on your visits to my site and other sites. These “cookies” are of the healthy type that uses “non-personally identifiable information” and have no interest
You still have the option to say no to these “cookies”, though.
DART COOKIES & ANALYTICS
I use Analytics on my Site to keep track of visitor https://beachyspharmacy.com/ pings, device info, time spent, links, clicked, IP address, etc. I’d like to call this as my “cookie jar” which stores “dart cookies” that can be handy for us to improve our services to you.
TURNING OFF THE COOKIES
If you’re on a “cleanse”, you have the option to get rid of the “cookies” just by easily switching them off in your browser’s settings.
3rd party programs though are out of the club and have their own rights to accept or reject your request to deny “cookies”. We cannot be held responsible for any tracking data collected by either 3rd party Analytics or Facebook Pixels.
Ads appearing on our site can sometimes be the work of our advertising partners who very much love “cookies”.
“Cookies” allows the ad server to handpick the advertisements that they think suit you best because they feel like they are such know-it-alls. Every time they choose to become nosy, ad networks are able to compile to non-personal identification information about you to show you ads about these pair of shoes you like or that dream mobile phone you have always wanted to purchase.
Perhaps it’s to tease you. I don’t know. Because 3rd party program actions are not
Google Adsense also
“Dart cookies” are like the uninterested normies in your school. No interest at all about your juiciest information (name, email and physical addresses, payment details, etc.) because you’re not *THAT* important. (To me you are, because you’re my customer *mwah* but pinky
All information that you so graciously willingly catered to me
We will maintain the information you send via e-mail in accordance with applicable federal law.
ANTI SPAM POLICY
Your email is safer than your broken heart, thanks to our anti-spam policy. Your privacy is mine to keep because I want your trust so you can become a follower and returning customer of theblogcreative.com which can only mean more and more moolah for me.
Of course, I should not be the only one gaining profits. I try every time to upgrade my products and services to my customers’ ever-growing demands like a kid lost at a toy store with his/her parents trying to buy the toy their money can buy.
Here’s a rundown of situations where we need to collect your email address:
- Send information, respond to inquiries, and/or other requests or questions
- Process orders and to send information and updates pertaining to orders.
- Send you additional information related to your product and/or service
- Market to our mailing list or continue to send emails to our clients after the original transaction has occurred.
To be in accordance with anti-spam policy, we agree to the following:
- Not use false or misleading subjects or email addresses.
- Identify the message as an advertisement in some reasonable way.
- Include the physical address of our business or site headquarters.
- Monitor third-party email marketing services for compliance, if one is used.
- Honor opt-out/unsubscribe requests quickly.
- Allow users to unsubscribe by using the link at the bottom of each email.
Not feeling the creativity of the theblogcreative.com? Honey, you have the freedom to unsubscribe anytime you want if you think I am an eyesore to your inbox. Not a loss *wink*.
You can email us at email@example.com OR Follow the instructions at the bottom of each email and we will promptly remove you from ALL correspondence.
Heh, but pretty please subscribe because I am working hard to create the best possible content through my blog, newsletters, products, services, etc. *pouts*.
I have no care, whatsoever, about your personal information (Personal Identification Information) and have no plan of profiting off of them. The only instances I do have to pull your information from my collection vault is when any laws under the GDPR allows/obliges me to so, and still with your full knowledge and consent.
My hosting partners, which I often recommend http://www.buyxanax.org/ to my users are of trusted track record, are also given rights to the information you have handed us in order to complete the processing of products or services that you requested.
However, Non-Personally Identifiable Visitor Information may be provided to other parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses.
We (you, me, and in some occasions, my/our hosting partners) are part of an exclusive, close-knit club that allows no private information among members to leak outside.
And please acknowledge my effort to write and explain these things to you because I REALLY DIDN’T WANT TO BUT I HAVE TO. FOR YOU. BECAUSE I LOVE YOU…MY READERS =)
YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS
By using theblogcreative.com, you signify your acceptance of this policy and terms of service.
If you do not agree to this policy, LEAVE. Lol. But seriously, I am not into forcing things to people and this is a free country so you are free to go whenever you want and watch from afar as theblogcreative.com build its rainbow with a pot of gold 😉
I know this was a long read but as long as you CONSENT and AGREE for theblogcreative.com and its affiliates to obtain information asked from you and you have provided to us and our affiliates with your full knowledge and understanding, then all is well, dear.
This document was last updated on 25 May 2018