Privacy Policy

Excel Privacy Statement

Current version published: September 16, 2017

This Privacy Statement explains how Excel English Institute (“Excel”) uses personal information and applies to all users who access, view, visit, download, or otherwise interact with http://www.excelenglishinstitute.com. By visiting the site, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Statement. If you do not agree to Excel’s practices, do not access, view, visit, download, or otherwise interact with the site. If you have any questions or comments concerning Excel’s Privacy Statement, please contact us by sending an email to info@excelenglishinstitute.com.

1) Personal Information Excel gathers

“Personal Information” is information that can be used to identify, locate, or contact an individual. Excel collects the following types of personal information:

Contact Information: Contact Information allows Excel to communicate with you. Examples of contact information include, but are not limited to, your name, accurate postal addresses, valid email address, or other addresses at which you receive communications from or on behalf of Excel.

Transaction Information: Excel automatically receives and records some information from your browser when you visit the site, such as your IP address, cookies and data about which pages you visit on the site through the use of log files provided by our third-party tracking-utility partners. This information helps us analyze and understand how the site works for users. Information that is gathered includes, but is not limited to, information about how you interact with Excel, information about how you use Excel’s sites, email, other communications, and applications, and how you interact with other users.

Posted Information: If you chose to post a comment on our blog, we may collect information regarding your name and the content of your post. It is important to note that any content you post on the blog is publicly displayed and will be seen by other users of the site.

2) When and Why Excel Discloses Personal Information

Excel will not disclose your personal information to third parties without your explicit consent, except as specified in this privacy statement. Excel will disclose your personal information when:

  • Protecting the rights, property or safety of others, investigate fraud, respond to a government request.
  • Excel believes in good faith that it must disclose such information to prevent imminent physical harm or financial loss.
  • Excel believes in good faith that it must disclose such information to commence an investigation or take action regarding illegal activities or suspected fraud.
  • Excel believes in good faith that it must disclose such information per auditing, compliance, and corporate governance functions.
  • Excel believes in good faith that it must disclose such information to defend Excel in litigation or a regulatory action.
  • Excel believes in good faith that it must disclose such information, or advised to do so by law, such as in response to a subpoena, or similar legal process, including to law enforcement agencies, regulators, and courts in the United States and other countries where we operate.

3) Tracking Technologies

Excel implements cookies to store user information and track user activities. User’s web browser places cookies on their hard drive for record-keeping purposes and sometimes to track information. Cookies enable Excel to monitor your activity across sessions of interaction between your device and the site.

4) Excel Blog

Excel contains a blog and other areas where users may publicly post information, communicate with other users, and submit content they deem relevant for discussion. Excel strongly encourages you to read the Excel Terms of Use carefully prior to posting or engaging in the blog. All the information you post will be accessible to anyone, at any time, with Internet access. Furthermore, Excel strongly advises you to NOT post any personal or identifiable information about yourself or contact information, including address, email, phone numbers, or other means of communicating outside of the blog. Any information you post may be read, collected, and used by others.

5) Contact Excel

If you have questions or suggestions, you may contact Excel by sending an email to info@excelenglishinstitute.com

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