Privacy Policy

Fashionista takes your privacy personally and respects it to the best, making sure they are always committed to protecting it through compliance with the given policy. 

This policy, along with our terms of service www.modatell.com and any other documents referred to in it, outlines the personal data that we get via you or that you present on the site www.modatell.com, our "Website," and how that knowledge could be used or disclosed by us. 

This privacy statement does not apply to any other information we collect, including information gathered on any other Company, affiliate, or third-party site, or by any application developed by a third party that may link to or be reachable through the website.

To learn more about our policies, procedures, and how we'll handle your personal information, please read the following material attentively. This privacy statement is accepted by you if you use or visit our website. This policy may change from time to time, and your continuing use of the Website is considered acceptance of such changes, so please check the policy for updates on an ongoing basis.

The Information We Collect About You

We gather numerous sorts of information from and about users of our Website, including: 

  • Information you give to us. 
  • Usefulness statistics, IP addresses, cookies, and web beacons are just a few of the data we gather as you use the site. 
  • We gather all the required data from third parties such as our business partners.

The Information You Provide Us

The following details you give us may be gathered and used by us: 

  • Details that you enter into forms on our website. This involves the data provided upon registration to use our website, subscription to our service, publication of content, or request for further services. We also have the right to ask for information when you join an event or promotion served by us, or when you submit an issue with our Website.
  • If you contact us, we may keep a record of your communication with us, including e-mail addresses and text messages. 
  • Your answers to surveys that we may ask you to complete for research—you are not obligated to respond to them, though. 
  • Information about the transactions you make using our website and information about how your orders are filled. Before placing a purchase on our Website, it may be necessary to provide payment details.

Web Beacons, Cookies, IP Addresses, and Usage Details

IP addresses and usage information. As you browse the website, we may also record information about your visits, such as traffic data, location data, logs, and other communication data, as well as the resources you access, whether or not this is necessary for our billing purposes or otherwise. We may also record information about your computer and internet connection, such as your IP address, operating system, and browser type, for system administration and to report aggregate data. This information does not identify any specific people; it is statistical data on the devices, surfing habits, and browsing behaviors of our users.

Cookies. For the same reason, we may use cookies to learn more about how you generally use the internet as a whole. A cookie is a tiny file found on the hard drive of the computer. A better and more individualized level of service is provided by us thanks to the use of cookies because they allow us to:

  • Calculate the amount of our audience and usage trends. 
  • Save information about your preferences, enabling us to alter our website to better suit your preferences. 
  • Make your searches more efficient. 
  • Recognize you every time you browse our web page again.

Using the relevant browser setting, you can tell your browser not to accept cookies. But if you choose this option, you might not be able to access all of our websites. Our system will issue cookies when you direct your browser to our Website unless you have changed the settings in your browser to prevent it from accepting cookies.

Web Beacons: Web beacons, frequently referred to as single-pixel gifs, are tiny electronic images that may be placed into web pages to help track website traffic data analysis (such as the popularity of a specific web page's content or the upkeep of a system or server). Web beacons are also known as clear GIFs or clear dot gifs. Web beacons are only used for collecting statistics about how people use the website as a whole; they are not used to gain access to any personal information you may have provided to the website.

Third-Party Advertiser Use of Cookies and Web Beacons: Third-party ad networks are responsible for serving some of the ads on the website. Please be aware that in addition to using cookies alone or in combination with web beacons or other tracking technologies, our advertisers may also do so to gather data about our users. We have no control over the cookies used by third-party advertisers or how they may be utilized. If you have any inquiries regarding an advertisement, you should get in touch with the relevant advertiser directly or SAY Media, our sole advertising sales representative, whose privacy statement may be found at http://www.saymedia.com/privacy-policy.php. Although we do not automatically gather personally identifying information, we may link this data to the data you have already provided.

  • To effectively and suitably deliver our website to you and your computer. 
  • To give you the details, goods, or services you ask for from us. 
  • To carry out our responsibilities and enforce our rights resulting from any agreements made between you and us. 
  • To update you about changes to our service. 
  • To give you access to our service's interactive features so that you can take part when you choose to. 

If Breaking Media were to merge, acquire, or sell all or a portion of its assets, in which case the buyer would receive personal information that Breaking Media has on its customers. 

  • Obey any judicial directives or other legal requirements. 
  • Uphold and apply our terms of use and other agreements, available at Modatell.com terms and policies. 
  • Protect the legal rights, valuables, or personal safety of Breaking Media, our clients, or others. This involves sharing data with other businesses and organizations to combat fraud and lower credit risk.
  • Cookies. You can instruct your browser to reject cookies or to notify you when cookies are being sent if you do not want us to collect them. Please be aware that in that case, some areas of our website might not be usable or accessible. 
  • Marketing offers from unaffiliated parties. You can choose not to have your personal information shared with unaffiliated or non-agent third parties for promotional purposes by checking the appropriate box on the order form or registration form where we collect your data, or by sending us an email with your request to [email protected].
  • Advertising offers from the business. If you do not want the Company to use your e-mail address for promotional purposes, you can opt-out by checking the appropriate box on the order form or registration form on which we collect your data. Alternatively, you can choose not to receive future emails from the Company. You can send us a reply email asking to be removed from future email distributions if we have sent you a promotional email. This opt-out does not cover data that the Company receives as the outcome of a product buying, guarantee registration, product service encounter, or other business transactions.
  • Customized advertising. By ticking the appropriate box on the form on which we collect your data (the order form/registration form), you can indicate that you do not want us to use the personal information we acquire to enable third parties to tailor the adverts we display to you.

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