The Calculated Rambler's Privacy and Refund Policy
How We Collect, Use, and Distribute Information
We may request our reader’s name and email address to add to a mailing list.
Personal information collected from our readers is given voluntarily. This information may be used to respond to enquiries or share specials and promotions we host occasionally.
We do not share or sell the information we collect from our readers.
By way of cookies, we may gain access to information about our reader’s computer. This is to manage and analyze statistics so as to better create and promote our content and offers.
“Cookies” are used on thecalculatedrambler.com.
Website cookies are small files stored on a computer. They are a part of how the Internet works. As some major search engines are implementing a do-not-track functionality in the cookies they use, readers can opt to allow or block some cookies.
The cookies used on The Calculated Rambler are important because they provide impersonal pieces of information about our readers, including how they visited our blog.
Cookies also allow us to identify the type of content our readers love. With this knowledge, we’re able to make improvements to serve them better and create a more user-friendly blog.
Our readers will find links distributed on the blog. When these links are clicked, they’ll be routed to another article on the blog or an external website. We are not liable for the contents readers encounter on an external website or how they treat privacy.
If our readers are added to a mailing list but wish to be taken off, they can use the unsubscribe option located at the bottom of the email. Resubscription is always an option.
If a reader firmly believes the above policy has not been adhered to, please make prompt contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because of the nature and wide distribution of digital products such as Printables, calendars, and E-books, we cannot guarantee a refund.
We also cannot guarantee a refund when you purchase a product through an affiliate link. See full disclosure.
However, for services rendered, including consultation, only 50% of the total is refundable, provided there’s a legitimate reason to request a refund.
You may only request a refund within three (3) days after a service has been rendered.
To submit a request for a refund, please contact us at email@example.com, stating the business transacted and why a refund was requested.
We like to handle business matters in an organized manner. Please make contact before opening a claim through any payment processor.