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Privacy Policy

This privacy policy page presents the approaches that ProductiveMinds Publishing and Learning Ltd, the operator of this website (in this document, also referred to as the "ProMinds", "We", "Us", "Our") use to process, manage, and protect the information we collect about our users. The information on this page is intended to be concise, making it easy to read and understand. It demonstrates our continuous effort to complying with the guidelines of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect on 25th May, 2018. The GDPR is a set of rules that describe how businesses should process and manage personal data. By using ProMinds, you agree to our terms and conditions, which sets out this privacy policy. So you agree to this privacy policy when you agree to our terms and conditions. You should not use ProMinds if you do not agree to any aspect of our terms and conditions and this privacy policy.

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1. What is personal data?

Your personal data refers to any information that makes it possible to identity you (directly or indirectly).
At the moment, this website does not collect or process personal data from website visitors. The prep area of this website provide free login details. However, personal data about users are not collected or processed.

2. The information we collect about you

This website does not currently collect any personal data. The prep area of this website provide free login details. However, personal data about users are not collected or processed.

8. Cookies and similar technologies

Cookies are a small data sent from a website, to be received and stored by the internet browser of the website users. Cookies are used to detect, store and share information about user's behaviour and preferences on the website, as they browse the website. For example, cookies can be used to understand user preferences (such as language preference) shopping basket among others.

How ProMinds use cookies and similar technologies

ProMinds use two types of cookies. First is the session cookie, which expires when you close your browser or shortly after inactivity. Session cookies help to identify you while actively using ProMinds - for example when you login, a session object identifies you as an account holder. Secondly, we use persistent cookies - this type of cookies are stored for a specified and long period of time. For example we may use persistent cookies to remember your shopping cart on a device, even when you closed your browser.
ProMinds uses cookies and similar technologies including session objects, beacons, and FaceBook pixel tags, For example, ProMinds use cookies for analytical and statistical purposes to remember the activities of our users (that is, the pages users visited and for how long they were there), we use these information to understand the needs of our users with a view to channel our services towards meeting the needs.
ProMinds also use cookies to further personalise your experience, based on your preferences and expectations. When a user logs into their account, ProMinds uses cookies and session objects to authenticate and establish security, while displaying the appropriate content, based on their account eligibility and personal preferences. For example, a student account may display differently to a standard account.

Can I switch off ProMinds cookies?

No, the correct functionality of ProMinds depends on cookies. ProMinds may not function as intended, if you turn of cookies on your device browser. You should not use ProMinds, if you don't want to store ProMinds cookies on your device.

9. Contact

Should you have any questions about this privacy policy, please use the following contact details
Phone: 07872326424
Email: promindslearning[at]gmail.com
By post: 6 Broadwood Rise, Crawley, RH11 9SE, UK

10. Document History - updates to this document

We update this document to reflect our adherence to the provisions of the GDPR on how we collect and handling users' personal data.
This privacy document was last updated on 3rd April, 2021