Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Last updated: March 19, 2019

Wellness by Design takes great precautions to protect your information. When you submit sensitive information via the website, your information is protected both online and offline in accordance and compliance with all HIPAA requirements.

Wellness by Design’s privacy policy, effective March 19, 2019, explains how www.wellnessbydesign.center uses personally-identifiable information you provide when you use our website. Please contact us at 864-558-0200 if you have any questions regarding our privacy policy.

Consent

By using our site, you consent to our privacy policy.

Definition of User-Identifiable Information

“User-identifiable information” is defined as information that can be associated with an online user, and can include your IP address, location, name, email, phone number, billing and shipping address(es), credit card number and information about your online behavior/activities.

Collection and Uses

To book or schedule an appointment or consultation, fill out a form, sign up for a seminar, enter a contest or sweepstakes, place a book order, participate in a survey, respond to a communication such as an email, engage in an online chat box or get in touch with Wellness by Design through our website, you may be required to submit personal information, including but not limited to:

● First/Last Name
● Email Address
● Phone Number
● You may have the option to submit a message of your choosing.
● Credit card details (if purchasing a book)
● Billing address (if purchasing a book)
● Shipping address (if purchasing a book)

Your personally-identifiable information will only be used as permitted by law.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics allows companies to track and report website traffic, including search terms used. We use this information to make our website easier to find for users. Google Analytics does use cookies to store the information. A browser-add on can be installed to opt out of Google Analytics and its cookies.

Google Ads
Wellness by Design uses Google Ads to tailor marketing for users. Google Ads use cookies to display specific ads to users based on the sections of a website they have visited. However, this cookie does not share any personal identification information, but shows you visited a specific webpage. As with Google Analytics, users can opt out of Google Ads.

Facebook Ads

Wellness by Design uses Facebook Lead Ads, which are advertisements on the social media platform that allow you to share your personal information with use so we can contact you. Our privacy policy applies to the information shared through a Lead Ad.

Security
Wellness by Design takes measures to protect any information that is transmitted through our website. Our website has an SSL certificate which allows secure connections from a web server to a user’s browser (as indicated by the lock icon in the address bar and the “https” at the beginning of the address on our web pages). However, we cannot guarantee that your personal information will be protected. Wellness by Design is not responsible for any security breach that may occur through use of our website.

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