Privacy Policy

Effective Date: March 8, 2020

Version 1.0

We value your privacy and are committed to protecting it. The purpose of this privacy policy is to explain the personal data (PD) and non-personal data (NPD) that we may collect on this website as well as how we use it, your rights to it, how you can amend or remove it, and how we protect it. This privacy policy only applies to this website,

Terms Explained

We would like to make sure that you understand fully what is written in our Privacy Policy. To help you better understand how the terms we are using are defined, please see definitions of the terms below before proceeding.

Personal Data

Any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person.

GDPR on ‘Personal data


A term for a packet of data that a computer receives and then sends back without changing or altering it. A computer cookie consists of information. When you visit a website, the website sends the cookie to your computer. Your computer stores it in a file located inside your web browser. (To help you find it, this file is often called “Cookies.”). The purpose of the computer cookie is to help the website keep track of your visits and activity. For example, many online retailers use cookies to keep track of the items in a user’s shopping cart as they explore the site. Without cookies, your shopping cart would reset to zero every time you clicked a new link on the site. A website might also use cookies to keep a record of your most recent visit or to record your login information. Many people find this useful so that they can store passwords on frequently used sites, or simply so they know what they have visited or downloaded in the past. Different types of cookies keep track of different activities. Session cookies are used only when a person is actively navigating a website; once you leave the site, the session cookie disappears. Tracking cookies may be used to create long-term records of multiple visits to the same site. Authentication cookies track whether a user is logged in, and if so, under what name.

Norton on ‘Cookies’

Data Subject

We use the term Data Subject as the user who’s PD is being referenced. This term is used in regulation relating to Personal Data usage, so we use this term to make it easier for you to compare the information within this policy and other external trusted regulation sources.

Non-Personal Data

Non-personal data is any data that does not quality as PD. It is information that is not identifiable to a natural person. Any information that doesn’t relate to identifying you personally is considered non-personal data.

What PD may be collected from our site?

Personal Data (PD)

In most cases, you’re in complete control over the PD that you share with us through the use of our website. From the use of our website, PD may be collected through actions such as filling out a comment form, filling out a form, or signing up for our email newsletter distribution.

Our legal basis for data processing of information supplied in comment forms, form submission, and newsletter distribution is based on the consent of the data subject concerned.

Our legal basis for data processing of information supplied in the purchase of any products or services listed on our website is to enter (or to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract) a contract to which the data subject is a party.

Children’s PD does not knowingly collect any PD of persons under the age of 18. If a parent/guardian of a child under the age of 18 believes that we have such information, please immediately email us at and we will urgently work to remove this information from our database.

Objection to Provide PD

If you do not wish to provide your PD to us, you will not be able to use features of our website or purchase products/services that require such information such as comment forms, forms, and newsletter distribution. You will also not be able to purchase any products and services from our site. You may still access other pages and features of our website that do not require the entering of PD.

How may your PD be used?

Publicly Visible PD

If you enter your information into a form on our website such as a comment form on a post, your information such as First and Last Name or email may be publicly visible on our website.

Marketing and Third Party Purposes

For marketing purposes, we do not sell/rent your PD to third parties. In the process of data aggregation for marketing, some non-identifiable NPD may be included and shared. We leverage third parties for some of our services such as for our newsletter distribution and automation. We may provide your PD to these third parties for these services. By using our website and accepting our privacy policy, you’re consenting to the above sharing of PD.

We may also receive your PD from third party sources such as for order fulfillment purposes of products/services provided by our site.

Other Uses of Your PD

If we ever desire to use or share your PD in any way other than it’s original purpose, we will contact you via the email address you provided for written confirmation before doing so.

Use of Cookies

When accepting the usage of cookies on our website, you’re accepting that you understand those cookies may include your PD.

Reasons our website uses cookies includes but is not limited to:

  • General loading and display of content and media (without accepting cookies, you may not be able to view parts or features of our site)
  • Track the products/services you’ve added to your cart to maintain your cart
  • Pages that you have recently visited on our site to enhance your experience
  • Analytics such as the source of traffic, website clicks, and other statistics including the use of Google Analytics
  • Remembering logins, and other preferences to pre-populate fields and increase the performance of audio/video features, loading store cart, etc.
  • Advertising and marketing cookies to collect your browsing activity and offer personalized ads
  • Tracking activity on our site to help us better market of our blog posts or products/services to you as a user
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Social media sharing of our content

What are your rights to your PD?

When submitting information on our website, in addition to data/information protection, under GDPR and other privacy laws, we must inform you of the rights that you may have around your data and information. These rights may include but are not limited to the below. For more information about rights under GDPR, click here.

Right to Transparency and Communication

You, as the data subject, have the right to a concise and transparent explanation of how our site processes data. We provide you with this privacy policy to inform you of your rights as well as information about how we process and protect your data. If you have any clarifying questions about anything covered in our policy, you can email us at You also must be able to easily request updates or removal of your data. See more information about this process under the Right to Accuracy and Erasure.

Right of Notification

You, as the data subject, have the right to be notified at the time of collection that your PD is being collected and how we process your PD.

Right of Access

You, as the data subject, have the right to know certain information about the processing activities of your PD, including the source of the PD collection, purpose of processing and length of time their data will be stored. You also have a right to be provided with the personal data of theirs that you’re processing.

Right to Accuracy and Erasure, aka ‘Right to be Forgotten’

You, as the data subject, have the right to correct or withdraw your consent to share PD at any time. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the past processing based on consent before its withdrawal. If you would like to correct or withdraw your PD from our website, please visit the ‘How you can amend/withdraw your information?’ section of this policy for more information on how to do so.

Right to Restrict Processing

If you, as the data subject, believe that your PD is inaccurate, is being used illegally, or is no longer needed by us for the purposes claimed, have the right to request that the PD is temporarily removed. The data subject can also simply object to the processing of their PD (more info on that in the ‘Right to Object’ section).

Right to Data Portability

You, as the data subject, have the right to request that we supply your PD to a third party, even if it’s one of our competitors and we have the responsibility to you to store your data in a way that is easily shared if requested by you.

Right to Object

You, as the data subject, have the right to object to the processing of your data. Please note that this objection may be overridden by demonstrating a legitimate and lawful basis for using the data subject’s data, such as for performing a contract (processing a transaction), the processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation that we are subject to, record keeping, etc. For more information about a legitimate basis under GDPR, click here.

Also, please note that if you object to providing your PD, you may not be able to access some features of our site that require such data such as comment forms, newsletter distribution and other web forms.

How you can amend/withdraw your PD?

If you would like to amend or withdraw any of the PD that you have provided on our website, please contact us at and we will work both urgently and diligently on those requests.

How do we protect your PD?

PD Storage and Deletion

We only keep your PD stored as long as necessary for its intended purpose, or as long as required for legal, business, or taxation reasons. When you request for your PD to be erased, we permanently destroy/delete it. We also destroy/delete your PD when it’s no longer needed for its intended purpose or for legal, business, or taxation reasons, whether it lives in paper or electronic form. We will shred any paper documents that contain any user PD for privacy reasons.

Payment Information

To purchase some of our products/services, you may need to enter payment information such as credit card numbers. We leverage third-party services to process billing for us and aren’t responsible for their handling of your PD (see ‘Third Parties Disclaimer’ for more information). We do our due diligence to mitigate risk by only using third parties who use industry-standard encryption technologies. That being said, we are not responsible for any misuse of your credit card information used in purchases of our products/services.

Third Parties Disclaimer

Our website may contain third party website links for your convenience and also leverage some third parties for things like newsletter maintenance and distribution and billing of our products/services. Our privacy policy does not cover the actions of these third parties. These third parties most likely have their own privacy policies. Any interaction with third party websites is done at your own risk and it’s your responsibility to review to understand how they process your PD.

Contact Information

Chelsea Raymond, Founder of Arbitrage Commerce

Brian Burgos,Founder of Arbitrage Commerce

Email Address:

If you have any questions about our privacy policy, you are welcomed to email us and we will respond as soon as possible.

Source Information

We used reliable resources to collect some of the information included in our privacy policy. Links to those sources are below.

GDPR Website – for guidance on data rights of our readers

Norton Website – for the definition of cookies

Privacy Policy Information

Privacy Policy Created: March 8, 2020

Privacy Policy Last Updated: March 8, 2020

Privacy Policy Version: 1.0

We have the right to revise our privacy policy at any given time. Any updates will be made available on our website and our version history will be stored below for ease of navigation. Your continued use of our website and purchase of products/services reflects your agreement to the current version of our privacy policy at the time of the activity.

Version History

Version 1.0 – March 8, 2020

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