Privacy Policy - Top Rank Biz

This privacy policy was created to help those concerned about how their “Personally identifiable information” (PII) online is used. PII is a term used in US privacy law. It refers to information that can be used alone or in combination with other information to identify, locate, or contact a single person or identify an individual within a context. To understand how we use, protect, or otherwise manage your Personally Identifiable information, please read our privacy policy.

What personal data do we collect about people who visit our website, blog, or app?

You may be asked for your name, email address, and phone number when ordering or registering on this site. This information is used to assist you in your experience.

Collection Of information

When you fill out forms or enter information on our website, we collect information about you.

Use Of Information

The information you provide us may be used by us when you register, make purchases, sign up for our newsletter, answer surveys or market communication, browse the site, or use certain features of the site in the following ways.

Personalize the user experience to enable us to offer you the content and products that are most relevant to your interests.

We are working to improve our website so that we can better serve you.

We will be able to respond to your customer service inquiries more efficiently.

Visitor’s Information Protection

To ensure your safety, our website is regularly scanned for known security vulnerabilities and other weaknesses.

Your personal information is protected behind secured networks. It is only accessible to a select few people who have access rights to such systems and are required to keep it confidential. Secure Socket Layer technology (SSL), encrypts all credit and sensitive information.

When a user orders, enters, submits, or accesses personal information, we implement various security measures to protect your privacy.

All transactions are processed by a gateway provider. They are not stored on our servers.

Can we use "cookies"?

Yes. Yes. Cookies are small files that sites or their service providers transfer to your computer’s disk through your Web browser. This allows the site’s/service provider’s systems to recognize your browser and capture and retain certain information. Cookies are used to remember your preferred city, for example. Cookies are also used to understand your preferences based upon previous or current site activity. This allows us to offer you better services. Cookies are also used to compile aggregate information about site traffic and site interaction, which allows us to offer better tools and experiences for our users in the future.

Cookies are used to:

For future visits, learn and save the preferences of users.

Keep track of all advertisements.

To provide better site experiences and tools, we will compile aggregate data on site traffic and site interactions. Trusted third-party services may also be used to track this information for us.

You have the option to have your computer notify you when a cookie is being sent. Or you can turn off all cookies. This can be done through the browser settings (such as Internet Explorer). Every browser is different so make sure to check the Help menu of your browser to see how to modify your cookies.

Some features won’t work properly if cookies are disabled.

Third Party Disclosure

If you give us notice, we will not sell, trade, or transfer your personally identifiable information to anyone outside. Website hosting partners and any other parties that assist us in operating the website, conducting our business, or servicing you are not included. However, this is subject to their agreement to keep this information confidential. Your information may be released if we feel it is necessary to comply with the law or enforce our site policies or protect our rights, property, or safety.

Non-personally identifiable visitor data may, however, be shared with other parties for advertising, marketing, or any other purpose.

Third-party hyperlinks

We may occasionally offer or include third-party products and services on our site. These sites have their privacy policies. These linked sites are not under our control and we have no liability. We want to preserve the integrity of our site, and we welcome feedback on these sites.

California Online Privacy Protection Act

CalOPPA was the first state law to require online services and commercial websites to have privacy policies. It applies to all companies and individuals in the United States, including California, that collect personally identifiable information from Californian consumers. The law requires them to display a conspicuous privacy statement on their websites. This policy must clearly state the information being collected as well as the people who are sharing it.

CalOPPA states that users can visit our site anonymously. Once the privacy policy has been created, we will place a link to it either on our homepage or on the first page of our website. The Privacy Policy link can be found on the above page. It includes the word “Privacy”.

Any privacy policy changes will be made known to the users: Users can access our Privacy Policy Page and make any personal changes by emailing us.

Contact Form

When a Do not Track (DNT), browser mechanism is in effect, we honor these signals. We do not track, place cookies, or advertise.

Important to mention that we don’t allow third-party behavioral tracking

COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, (COPPA), gives parents control over the collection of personal data from children under 13. The Federal Trade Commission is the nation’s consumer protection agency. It enforces the COPPA Rule. This outlines what online service providers and websites must do in order to protect children’s privacy online.

We don’t specifically market to children below 13.

Review Author Privacy: All reviews submitted by users or businesses via email or contact form are kept private. All review authors will remain anonymous. We will protect review authors.

Fair Information Practices

The Fair Information Practices Principles are the foundation of privacy law in America. They have been a key component in the development of data protection laws all over the world. It is important to understand the Fair Information Practice Principles in order to comply with privacy laws protecting personal information.

To comply with Fair Information Practices, we will take the following action in the event of a data breach: Within 7 business days, we will notify users via in-site notification

We also agree with the individual redress principle. This requires that individuals have legal rights to sue data processors or collectors for violating the law. This principle does not require that data users have enforceable rights, but that data users have the right to seek recourse to courts and government agencies to investigate and/or prosecute noncompliance by processors.


The CAN-SPAM Act, which sets the rules for commercial emails, establishes requirements and gives recipients the right for emails to be stopped being sent to them, spells out harsh penalties for violating them.

Your email address may be collected to:

In accordance with CANSPAM, we agree to the following:

You can unsubscribe at any time from future email communications.

Contact Us

You can contact us at the bottom to ask questions about this privacy policy.