Privacy Policy

Our official website address is: There is no “www” prefix. A visible padlock in the address bar indicates a secure connection so you may visit us and make purchases confidently. Your privacy is paramount, and our policy has only your best interests in mind.


All pages are HTTPS secure and employ 256-bit verified & encrypted communications. This is visibly indicated by a padlock icon ( ) in the address bar of your browser.


We do not store (or set) any “cookies” to store data in your browser from any page on our website. We also do not track your preferences or browsing behavior. For logged-in members, a server-side session is created for your visit. For visitors, a temporary session is created. Some third-party plugins may use a cookie for a specific purpose, but we do not. Except for general analytics purposes – like determining over all page views, and knowing which pages are popular – we do not know (or care) what pages specific members are visiting.

Purchases and Payments

For purchase or invoice payments for clients, all credit card transactions are handled by STRIPE® – for industry-standard, exceedingly stringent and secure transactions. No part of any credit card transaction is stored here – ever. While the transaction takes place here on our website, the communication is encrypted and strictly between the user and STRIPE (the processor). At STRIPE, our transaction record only displays the last 4 digits of your card, card type, your email, the date/time, and what you paid for. We can never know your full credit card number or other personal information. No unauthorized transactions are possible.

No Mailing lists or Newsletters

We currently do not collect or maintain an email list, nor do we send out public newsletters at this time.


Currently, we do not serve any advertisements. But in case that ever changes, Google uses cookies to serve advertisements. We have no control over the ads you may see, but we have some limited control of the ads you don’t see. So we may disallow certain ad categories. Google and Gmail have their own method of serving ads based on their user’s general interests and the websites they visit. We are required to tell you the following:

Google’s use of the DoubleClick cookie enables it and its partners to serve ads based on your visit here and/or other sites on the Internet. Users may opt out of the use of the DoubleClick cookie for interest-based advertising by visiting Ads Settings. (Alternatively, users may opt out of a third-party vendor’s use of cookies for interest-based advertising by visiting