Privacy & Cookie Policy

Last Updated Date: May 3rd, 2023


This “Privacy Policy” outlines the privacy practices of ELT, and our subsidiaries and affiliates (hereinafter referred to as “ELT”, “we”, “us”, or “our”) in connection with the website and any other website we own or control that posts or links to this Privacy Policy (collectively, the “Service”), as well as the rights and options available to individuals with regard to their information.


Please get in touch by using the form if you have any inquiries, complaints, or concerns regarding our privacy statement or data practices, or if you wish to report a security or privacy breach. 


This Cookie Policy explains how ELT, LLC (“ELT”, “we”, “us” or “our”) uses cookies and similar technologies in connection with the website and any other website that we own or control and which posts or links to this Cookie Policy (collectively, the “Sites”).

Cookies description.

When you visit a website, little data files called cookies are downloaded to your computer or mobile device. Cookies can help us understand how a site is being used, make it easier for you to move between pages, remember your preferences, and generally enhance your browsing experience.

Both session cookies and persistent cookies, which remain on your computer or mobile device until you delete them, may be used on our sites. Session cookies expire when your web browser is closed.

Our use of cookies falls into two general categories: (1) first party cookies, which we serve to your computer or mobile device directly; and (2) third party cookies, which are served to your computer or mobile device by service providers or business partners on our sites and may be used by those parties to identify your computer or mobile device when it accesses other websites. Various uses for third-party cookies include site analytics, advertising, and social media features.

What varieties of cookies and other tracking tools does ELT employ on the websites?

In the categories listed in the table below, we use cookies and other tracking technologies on the Sites.

TypeDescriptionWho serves the cookiesHow to control them
AdvertisingAdvertising companies use these cookies to gather data about your usage patterns over time across our sites and other websites. These businesses use this information to display advertisements on our Service and elsewhere that they think will be pertinent to you and to monitor the effectiveness of those advertisements.GoogleTikTokSee ‘your choices’ below.
AnalyticsThese cookies aid in our comprehension of the operation and usage of our service. These cookies may function in conjunction with web beacons that are present in emails we send to recipients to track which emails are opened and which links are clicked.See ‘your choices’ below. The use of Google Analytics’ own cookies. More details about Google Analytics cookies and data protection policies can be found here and here, respectively. By downloading and installing a browser plugin, which is available here, you can stop Google Analytics from collecting information about how you use our websites..
EssentialThese cookies are necessary for our Service to function technically (they let you navigate a website and use its features, for example).
See ‘your choices’ below.
Functionality / performance Boost our Service’s functionality and performance.See ‘your choices’ below.

Different technologies

Our websites and emails may also use other technologies, such as pixel tags or Flash technology, to automatically gather information in addition to cookies.

Web browser storage

For similar purposes to cookies, we might use browser web storage (including through HTML5), commonly referred to as locally stored objects (or “LSOs”). Compared to cookies, browser web storage allows for the storage of more data. You might be able to clear the web storage in your web browser.

Online Beacons

In order to track user behaviour on our sites and interactions with our emails, we may also utilise web beacons, often referred to as pixel tags and clear GIFs, on our websites and in HTML-formatted emails. In contrast to cookies, which a website places on your computer or mobile device’s hard drive, pixel tags are subtly inserted into web pages or HTML-formatted emails. Pixel tags are used to show that a website has been visited or that a piece of content has been viewed, typically to gauge the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns or the response to our emails (for example, they may show us whether you have opened an email and/or forwarded it to another person) and to compile data on how people use specific websites in order to manage our content more effectively.

It is up to you

Putting a block on cookies in your browser.  You may typically delete or reject cookies, including those used for interest-based advertising, using your browser.  Follow the directions in your browser’s settings to accomplish this.  The default setting for many browsers is to allow cookies until you change it.  Visit for additional information on cookies, including how to manage and delete them as well as how to view what cookies have been placed on your device.  You might encounter certain difficulties using our sites if you refuse to accept our cookies. You might have to sign in each time you visit one of our sites because, for instance, we might not be able to recognize your computer or mobile device.

Preventing the usage of advertising ID in your mobile settings.  You may be able to restrict how your mobile device’s advertising ID is used for interest-based advertising by changing the settings on your device.

utilising browsers or privacy plug-ins.  By using browsers or browser plugins with privacy protections, you can prevent our site from placing cookies used for interest-based advertising.

Opt-outs on platforms.  You can choose not to have your information used for interest-based advertising by using the opt-out facilities provided by the following advertising partners:

Opt-out resources for the advertising sector.

By clicking here or here, users can choose not to receive targeted advertisements on websites run by Network Advertising Initiative or Digital Advertising Alliance members. By visiting here, choosing their country, and then clicking “Choices” (or a related link), European users can choose not to receive targeted advertisements on websites run by members of the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance. Please be aware that we might collaborate with businesses that have their own opt-out options and might not use the ones we linked to above.

You will still see online adverts if you opt out of targeted advertising, but they might not be pertinent to you. You might still receive certain cookies and customised advertisements from businesses that are not mentioned even if you decide to opt out as not all companies that serve online behavioural advertising are listed.

See our Privacy Policy for additional details on how we collect, utilise, and share your information.

Changes Information on the cookies we use may occasionally be updated, so please check back frequently for any updates.


Contact by if you have any queries about this cookie policy.


  • For anyone living in the European Union, European Economic Area, or the United Kingdom (collectively, “Europe” or “European”), we’ve provided some crucial information below.
  • Summary of Contents
  • We gather personal information
  • How we use the data you provide us
  • How we distribute your personal data
  • your decisions
  • Additional web pages, mobile applications, and services
  • safety procedures
  • Transfers of data internationally
  • Children and this Privacy Statement
  • Users in Europe are advised


  • You may give us personal information about you in a variety of ways, including through the Service.
  • Contact information, including your name, last name, mailing and phone numbers, and email address.
  • You decide what content, including words, pictures, music, and video, to submit to the service.
  • You may create an online account with us and provide profile information, including your username, password, picture, interests, and preferences.
  • Information collected during registration, such as details pertaining to a service, an account, or an event you sign up for.
  • Feedback or correspondence, including details you give us when you email us with suggestions, comments, or in any other way communicate with us online.
  • Demographic data, including your age, postal code, city, state, and country of residence.
  • Payment information includes all data required to execute orders you place through the Service, including your name, credit card number, billing address, and shipping address.
  • Information about payments to and from you, as well as any specifics about the goods or services you have purchased from us, constitutes a transaction.
  • Usage information, such as details about how you use the Service and communicate with us, as well as details about any content you upload to our websites or otherwise send to us, as well as details you give us when you use any of the Service’s interactive features.
  • Marketing data, such as your preferences for getting communications from us regarding the products we sell through our service, as well as our events, publications, and activities, as well as information on how you interact with those communications.
  • We may also gather unspecified data that we will use in compliance with this privacy statement or as otherwise stated at the time of acquisition.


On social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google, YouTube, Instagram, and other third-party platforms, we might keep company pages active. The platform provider’s privacy policy will be in effect when you access or interact with our pages on those platforms, and it will govern how your personal information is collected, used, and processed during those interactions. We may receive information from you or the platforms through the platform, in which case we will handle it in accordance with this Privacy Policy.


In cases where they have the legal right to do so, third parties may give us personal information about you. Additionally, we might get your personal data from other third parties like marketing partners and publicly accessible sources.

Other Data Gathered Automatically, Including Cookies

You should be aware that the Service, as well as us, our service providers, and our business partners, may automatically log information about you, your computer or mobile device, and your activities there.

Your computer’s or mobile device’s operating system type and version number, manufacturer and model, device identifier (like the Google Advertising ID or Apple ID for Advertising), browser type, screen resolution, IP address, the website you visited before visiting our website, general location information like city, state, or geographic area, and information about your use of and actions on the Service, including information about your use of the Service, actions on the Service, and other information are among the types of information that may be automatically collected. This kind of data may be gathered over time and across third-party platforms by our service providers and business partners websites and mobile applications.

Cookies, browser web storage (also known as locally stored objects, or “LSOs”), Flash-based LSOs (commonly known as “Flash cookies”), web beacons, and other similar technologies are used on our webpages to gather this information, and our emails may also contain web beacons.


Users of the Service might be able to recommend us to their friends or other connections. If you are already a user, you may only submit a referral if you have the referrer’s consent to give us their contact information so that we may get in touch with them.


  • The following uses of your personal data are carried out, in addition to those mentioned elsewhere in this privacy statement or at the time of data collection:


  • Your personal information is used by us to fulfil the following purposes: to deliver, manage, and improve the Service; to inform you about our goods and services; to create and maintain your user profile on the Service; to send you the products you order through the Service; to enable security features of the Service, such as sending you security codes via email or SMS and remembering devices from which you have previously logged in;
  • Facilitate the Service’s social features by, for example, recognizing and recommending relationships between Service users and by offering chat or messaging functionality;
  • Communicate with you regarding the Service, such as by sending you notifications, security alerts, administrative and support messages, updates, and announcements;
  • Inform you of activities or competitions in which you take part;
  • comprehend your requirements and interests, and customise the Service and our communications to suit your demands;
  • Support and upkeep of the Service; in addition to attending to your requests, inquiries, and feedback.


We examine how the Service is used to evaluate, enhance, and create new goods and services, including by looking at user demographics and how the Service is utilised.


As allowed by law, we might send you ELT-related marketing materials. As outlined in the section below on opting out of marketing, you will have the option to stop receiving our marketing and promotional messages.


To display advertisements on the Service, we collaborate with advertising partners. These adverts may be targeted based on your usage of the Service or other online activities and are distributed by our advertising partners. Please see the section below for further information about your options in connection with adverts titled “Online targeted advertising.”


We frequently get positive feedback from users who have used our service in the form of testimonials and comments. Such content is occasionally published by us. When we publish this content, we will utilise our users’ first and last names as well as possibly their hometowns to identify them. Before publishing your name along with the testimonial, we have your permission. On occasion, we might post user comments on the service. We will only reveal your first name and last initial when sharing your feedback. If we decide to publish your comments, we will ask for your permission before publishing your name alongside your feedback.


We may use your personal information to: (i) comply with applicable laws, lawful requests, and legal process; (ii) protect our rights, your rights, privacy, safety, or property; (iii) audit our internal processes for compliance with legal and contractual requirements or our internal policies; and (iv) enforce the terms and conditions that govern the Service.


In some situations, such as when it’s required by law, we may specifically ask for your permission before collecting, using, or sharing your personal information.


From your personal information and the personal information we collect about other people, we may produce anonymous data. By deleting information that makes the data personally recognizable to you, we turn personal information into anonymous data. We may utilise this anonymous data and divulge it to other parties for our legitimate business objectives, such as service analysis and improvement and business promotion.


With the exception of the following situations or as otherwise noted in this privacy statement, we never disclose your personal information to third parties without your consent.


We use Ecwid payment services for online payments and/or Automated Clearing House (ACH) payouts. Your credit card or bank account information is not processed, recorded, or maintained by us; nevertheless, we will give them access to your Payment Information so they can handle your payment for orders placed through the Service. Please refer to Ecwid privacy policy, which is available here:, for further details on how payments are processed as well as the data protection and privacy provided for such information.


In accordance with this Privacy Policy, we might disclose your personal information to our corporate parent, subsidiaries, and affiliates.


Your personal information might be disclosed to third party businesses and people that work with us to operate the Service, such as those who offer customer support, hosting, analytics, email delivery, marketing, and database management services. Only with our permission may these third parties use your personal information.


To offer co-branded goods and/or services through the Service, we may reach arrangements with businesses (referred to as “Third Party Companies”). If you purchase these co-branded goods and/or services, we may, if necessary to complete the transaction or with your permission, provide your personal information to a Third Party Company. You should read and comprehend their privacy policies, which we or they will make available to you before we provide your personal information to these third party companies, as we have no control over their privacy practices.


We may disclose the personal information that you authorised us to share if you have enabled features or functionality that links the Service to a third-party platform or social media network (such as by logging into the Service using your account with the third-party, giving your API key or similar access token to a third-party, or otherwise connecting your account with the Service to the services of the third-party). We have no control over how a third party uses your personal data.


We may share your personal information with those third-party companies when we use their cookies and other tracking techniques to help us evaluate how the Service is used, display advertising on the Service, and promote the Service elsewhere online.


We may offer features that let you share personal data with other Service users or the general public. You might be able to keep up a user profile containing details about yourself that you can share with other users or the general public, for example. Your name, username, and a link to your user profile will be displayed alongside any content you submit to the Service (such as comments, reviews, surveys, blogs, photographs, and videos). 

Any private information that you disclose to other users or the general public is not subject to our control. While you will still be able to edit and delete information you have publicly posted on our Service once you have done so, you won’t be able to do so for information that has already been cached, gathered, and stored elsewhere by others (like search engines).


In the course of the professional services that they provide to us, we may disclose your personal information to professional advisors, such as attorneys, bankers, auditors, and insurers.


Your personal information might be disseminated for compliance, fraud prevention, and security reasons.


In connection with a business transaction (or potential business transaction), such as a corporate divestiture, merger, consolidation, acquisition, reorganisation, sale of assets, or in the event of bankruptcy or dissolution, we may sell, transfer, or otherwise share some or all of our business or assets, including your personal information. In this situation, we shall do everything in our power to make the receiver abide by our privacy policy.


We outline the options and rights available to all users in this section. In the section below, users who are located in the European Union can find more information on their rights.


You can review and change specific personal information in your account profile by logging into the account if you have registered for one with us.


By following the unsubscribe or opt-out instructions at the bottom of the email, or by contacting us, you can stop receiving marketing-related emails. Service-related and other non-marketing emails may still be sent to you.


We may let service providers and other third parties track your browsing habits over time and between the Service and other websites (for example, to better target advertisements or perform analytics).

By clicking here or here, users can choose not to receive targeted advertisements on websites run by Network Advertising Initiative or Digital Advertising Alliance members. By visiting here, choosing their nation, and then clicking “Choices” (or a related link), European users can choose not to receive targeted advertisements on websites run by members of the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance. Please be aware that we might also collaborate with businesses who provide their own opt-out options and might not be a part of the opt-out mechanisms described above.

Additionally, the settings on your mobile device might allow you to restrict the use of the “advertising ID” that is connected to your device by us or our partners for ad tracking or targeted advertising.

You will still see online adverts if you opt out of targeted advertising, but they might not be pertinent to you. You might still receive some cookies and customised advertisements from businesses that are not listed even if you decide to opt out because not all organisations that deliver online behavioural advertising participate in these opt-out programs.


Some web browsers can be set up to notify websites you visit about “Do Not Track” signals. Right now, we don’t comply with “Do Not Track” or comparable signals. To find out more about “Do Not Track,” please visit


If you don’t supply the information when asked for (or subsequently request its deletion), we might not be able to offer you our services where we are legally required to gather your personal information or where we need it in order to provide the Service to you. By identifying it as necessary at the time of collection or by using other suitable channels, we will inform you of the information you are required to give in order to use the Service.


Links to other websites, mobile applications, and other online services run by third parties may be found within the Service. These hyperlinks do not imply our support of or affiliation with any third party. Additionally, our content might appear on websites or online resources that are not connected to us. We have no control over websites or online services operated by third parties, and we are not liable for their conduct. When it comes to the gathering, utilising, and sharing of your personal information, other websites and services have various policies. We kindly request that you review the privacy policies of the other websites, mobile programs, and online services you utilise.


We place a high priority on the security of your personal information. We use a variety of administrative, technical, and physical security measures to protect the personal data we collect. We cannot, however, guarantee the security of your personal information because security risk is a component of all internet and information technologies.


Your personal information may be transferred to the Netherlands or other locations outside of your state, province, or country since we have our headquarters there and have service providers there. These locations may not have privacy laws that are as protective as those in your state, province, or country.

Users from the European Union should read the crucial information about the transfer of personal data outside of the European Union that is provided below.


Generally speaking, children should not use the Service and we do not knowingly collect any personal information from them. For these purposes, we define “children” as anybody under the age in their country of residence at which their parent or legal guardian must give consent to the processing of their personal information, which is either 16 or younger.

If we discover that we have obtained a child’s personal information without getting their parent’s or guardian’s permission, as required by law, we will destroy it. Parents who have concerns are encouraged to contact us via


At any moment, we retain the right to change this privacy statement. By changing the date of this Privacy Policy and putting it on the Service, we will let you know if we make any significant changes. If you have an account where we have your contact information, we may additionally notify you of changes in a different way that we believe is fairly likely to reach you, like via email or in another way through the Service.

Any changes to this privacy statement will take effect when we announce the new terms and/or when we implement them on the service (unless otherwise stated at the time of posting). Your continued use of the Service following the posting of any updated Privacy Policy signifies your agreement to its provisions in all circumstances.


Only people residing in Europe are covered by the information provided in this “Notice to European Users” section.


In this privacy statement, references to “personal information” are similar to references to “personal data” covered by European data protection laws.


For the purposes of European data protection law, ELT, Corima Online® is the controller of your personal information covered by this privacy statement.


The type of personal information we process and the particular circumstances in which we process it will determine the legal justifications for doing so, as defined in this Privacy Policy. The table below lists the legal foundations on which we normally rely. Our legal justification is based on our legitimate interests.

If the impact on you does not outweigh our legitimate interests, we will only handle data with your consent or as otherwise needed or permitted by law, or if we obtain your consent. Contact us via if you have any inquiries concerning the legal justification for how we handle your personal information.

Details regarding each processing purpose listed below are provided in the section above titled “How we use your personal information”.
Legal basis
In order to run the ServiceProcessing is required to carry out the terms of the agreement regulating our provision of the Service or to carry out your pre-registration request for the Service.We process your personal information for this purpose based on our legitimate interest in providing you with the Service you access and request when we are unable to process it as needed to operate the Service due to contractual need.
To contact you with marketing materialsIn order to see advertsWhere required by applicable law, processing is done with your consent.We process your personal information for these purposes based on our legitimate business interests in promoting our business and provide you with personalised, relevant content if such consent is not needed by applicable law.
for development and researchFor safety, fraud prevention, and compliancemaking anonymous dataThese are the legitimate pursuits of our interests.
To comply with lawProcessing is required in order for us to uphold our legal commitments.
to publish user reviews and comments.Any other action we take with your permissionYour consent forms the basis for processing. You have the right to revoke your consent at any moment in the ways described in the Service or when you provide us consent when we are relying on it.


If it’s legal and consistent with the reason we collected the data, we may use your personal information for purposes outside those covered by this privacy statement. If we need to use your information for a different reason, we will let you know and explain the relevant legal justification.


We kindly ask that you refrain from sending us any sensitive personal data (such as social security numbers, details about racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or other beliefs, health, biometrics or genetic characteristics, criminal history, or membership in a trade union) on or through the Service or in any other way. If you don’t want us to use and process your sensitive personal data, you must not submit such sensitive personal information through our Service.


When we have a continuing, legitimate business need to do so (such as to fulfil a request from you, to satisfy legal, tax, or accounting requirements, to establish or defend legal claims, or to prevent fraud), we retain personal information. If we no longer have a legitimate business reason to process your personal data, we will either delete it or make it anonymous. If this is not possible (for instance, if backup archives contain your personal data), we will securely store your personal data and keep it separate from any other processing until deletion is possible.


  • You have a number of rights regarding your personal information under European data protection legislation. You can request that we do the following things with respect to your personal information that we hold if you live in the European Union:
  • Access. We will give you information about how we handle your personal information and allow you access to it.
  • Correct. Update or fix any errors with your personal data.
  • Delete your personal data, please.
  • Transfer. Give you or the third party of your choosing a machine-readable copy of your personal data.
  • Limit the use of your personal data for processing.
  • Object. Express your opposition to our processing of your personal information that affects your rights on the grounds of our legitimate interests.

You can send these requests to us by mail at the address given above, or by For the purpose of processing your request and confirming your identity, we could ask you for specified information. We may deny your request if it is permitted or required by the law. Subject to statutory limitations, we will explain our decision if we reject your request. You can get in touch with us or complain to the local data protection authority if you have concerns about how we utilise your personal information or how we handled your requests for personal information. Your local data protection authority can be found here.


If we transfer your personal information from Europe to a nation outside of Europe, we will take the additional precautions necessary to comply with European data protection laws. For more information on any such transfers or the precise safety measures used, please get in touch with us.