Privacy Policy

Effective date: 2023-01-01

1. Introduction

Pranzol's greetings to you.

Pranzol is the entity that runs (hereafter referred to as "Service") ("us", "we," or "our").

Our Privacy Policy, which explains how we collect, safeguard, and share information about you as a consequence of your use of our Service, governs your visit to

To offer and enhance the Service, we use the data you supply. If you use the Service, you agree that information will be collected and used in accordance with this policy. Unless otherwise stated, the terminology used in this privacy policy has the same meanings as those contained in our terms and conditions.

Our terms and conditions ("Terms"), privacy policies, and other rules, collectively referred to as our service, govern your relationship with us (the "Agreement") (the "Service").

2. Defining SERIES refers to the website that houses Pranzol.

Personal information is any information that can be used to identify an individual who is alive (or from those and other information either in our possession or likely to come into our possession).

The information generated by users of the service or automatically collected from the service's infrastructure is referred to as USAGE DATA (for example, the duration of a page visit).

Cookies are little files stored on your device (computer or mobile device).

If a natural or legal person determines how and why any personal data will be processed, they are referred to as "DATA CONTROLLERS" (either alone, jointly, or in common with other people). For the purposes of this Privacy Policy and with respect to your data, we are the "Data Controller." Anyone who processes data on behalf of the "considered "Data Processor" (or Service Provider). In order to process your data more efficiently, we could employ the assistance of external Service Providers.

A data subject is a living individual who is the subject of personal information.

The person who utilizes our service is referred to as THE USER. The User is the Data Subject and is the subject of Personal Data.

3. Information Gathering and Utilization

We ( collect several kinds of information from you in order to provide and improve our service to you.

4. Personal Data Collection Methods

While you're using our service, we might ask you for some "personal data" that can be used to get in touch with you or figure out who you are. Among other things, personally identifiable information can be:

1. Email address,

2. First and last names,

3. Phone numbers, 

4. Address, 

5. Country, 

6. State,

7. Province, 

8. A ZIP code and city are all required.

1. Cookies and Usage Information

Your personal information might be used to get in touch with you and send you newsletters, marketing or promotional materials, or other information that might be of interest to you. By clicking the unsubscribe link in any or all of these emails from us, you can choose not to receive them.

Used Data

We may also get information from your browser when you use any device to use our service or when you visit our website ("Usage Data").

This usage data may contain specific device identifiers, other diagnostic data, your computer's IP address, the kind and version of your browser, the sites of our service that you visit, and when and for how long you do so.

When you use a device to access the service, this usage data may include information about the device's model, unique ID, IP address, operating system, and web browser, as well as other diagnostic information.

Place Details

If you allow it, we can track down your location and save that data ("Location Data"). We use the information you give us to improve our services, better meet your needs, and give you more choices.

When you use our service, you can change the settings on your device to turn on or off location services.

Data gleaned by monitoring cookies.

We monitor user behavior on our service and store some data using cookies and other tracking technologies.

Small data files known as cookies may include When you use our service, you can change the settings on your device to turn on or off location services. Unique identifiers that are anonymous. Websites send and store little text files known as "cookies" in your browser. We employ tracking techniques like beacons, tags, and scripts to gather data about our users, keep track of them, and assess and improve our service.

You can set your browser to always refuse cookies or to let you know when one is sent. If you reject cookies, you may be unable to use all of our services.

Cookies are used, for instance:

0.1. Session Cookies: In order to provide our service, we rely on session cookies.

0.2. Preference Cookies: We can use these cookies to record information about your preferences and other settings.

For security reasons, we use security cookies (point 0.3).

Because of advertising cookies, you might see ads that are relevant to you and what you like.

Other Data

While using our services, we may collect the following information: sex, age, date of birth, place of birth, passport details, citizenship, registration at the place of residence and actual address, telephone number (work, mobile), details of documents on education, qualification, professional training, employment agreements, information on bonuses and compensation, information on marital status, family members, and a social security (or other taxpayer identification) number.

5. Data Use

Pranzol uses the data it has acquired for a number of things, including

0.1. To run and operate our Services;

0.2. To update you on changes to our service;

0.3. To make it possible for you to engage with our Service's interactive features at your discretion;

0.4. To give client service;

0.5. To compile research or important data to help us enhance our service;

0.6. To monitor usage patterns for our Service;

0.7. To locate, stop, and fix technical problems;

0.8. To fulfil any further goal you specify in the clause;

0.9. To fulfil our promises and uphold our rights arising from any agreements made between you and us, including those pertaining to billing and collection;

0.10. To send you notifications regarding your account and/or subscription, such as expiration and renewal notices, email instructions, etc.;

0.11 To send you updates, exclusive deals, and general information about further products, services, and events we provide that are comparable to those you have already purchased or enquired about Unless you've said that you'd prefer not to get such information;

0.12 In any other manner we may specify after we receive the information;

0.13. For any other reason, with your permission.

6. Data Storage

We will only keep your personal information for as long as it's necessary to achieve the goals set forth in this privacy statement. We will keep and use your personal information as long as we need to (for example, if the law says we have to keep your information on file), to resolve disputes, and to keep up with our agreements and policies.

We shall also save usage data for our own internal analysis requirements. Less time is often spent holding onto useful data. However, if additional time is required to satisfy legal obligations, resolve legal disputes, or enhance the performance of our service, it may be kept.

7. Data Transfer 

Your information, including personal information, may be transferred to and stored on computers located outside of your state, province, country, or another governmental jurisdiction, where data protection laws may differ from those in your jurisdiction.

If you choose to give us information while living outside of Bangladesh, we will transport and process it in Bangladesh. This includes personal information.

If you agree to this privacy policy and give the necessary information, that means you agree to the transfer.

The security of your data and other personal information is one of the necessary measures that must be in place before your personal data is transferred to a firm or a country. Pranzol will take all reasonable steps to protect your data and treat it securely, in accordance with this privacy statement.

8. Information Exchange 

We may share any personal information you give us or that we get from other sources.

Disclosure To Law Enforcement

We may sometimes have to give out our personal information if the law says we have to or if a government agency makes a valid request.

Deal involving a business

If we or one of our subsidiaries is involved in a merger, acquisition, or asset sale, your personal data might be transferred.

Additionally, we might divulge your information in the following scenarios:

1. For the purpose for which you provide it; 

2. To our subsidiaries and affiliates; 

3. To vendors, service providers, and other third parties we use to support our operations; 

4. In order to display your company's logo on our website; 

5. For any additional reason we make known to you when you provide the information;

6. With your permission in any other situation; and 

7. In cases where we feel disclosure is required or acceptable;

8. If we believe disclosure is necessary or appropriate.

9. Data Protection 

Even though we take the security of your data seriously, there is no way to guarantee that any method of electronic data storage or transfer via the Internet is completely secure. Even though we do everything we can legally to keep your personal information safe, we can't promise that it will always be safe.

10. Data Protection

According to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), if you reside in the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA), the GDPR safeguards your right to data privacy.

We make every effort to take the required measures to allow you to change, remove, or limit how your personal data is used.

If you wish to know what personal data we presently have on file about you and if you want it removed, send us an email at

In certain circumstances, you may be entitled to the following data protection rights:

1. The right to access, amend, or delete the personal data we have on you;

2. You have the right to request that any information submitted to you be updated if it is incomplete or inaccurate; Service

3. The right to disagree You have the option to limit how we use your personal information and the right to object to how we are using it. You have the right to ask us to limit how we use your personal information, and you have the right to move your data from one place to another. You have the right to get a copy of your personal information in a structured, machine-readable format that is commonly used, and in Part 0 you have the right to stop giving permission. 

4. You have the option to revoke your consent at any time when we are relying on it to handle your personal information;

Please keep in mind that we can ask for proof of who you are before we answer such questions. Please be aware that without some data, we might not be able to deliver.

You have the right to file a complaint with a data protection body about how we got and used your personal information. For additional information, please contact the data protection authorities in your area that are part of the European Economic Area (EEA).

11. Your Rights Under the California Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA)

CalOPPA is the first state law to require this, and it says that business websites and online services must have a privacy statement. The law now covers a lot more than just California. It applies to any person or group that runs a website anywhere in the country or maybe even the world and collects personally identifiable information from California residents. This company or person must have a clear privacy statement on their website that says what information is being collected, who it will be given to, and how they will follow this statement.

In accordance with CalOPPA, we support the following:

0.1. Our website allows anonymous access from users;

0.2. Our Privacy Policy link, which is clearly placed on the homepage of our website, contains the word "Privacy"; Users will be informed of any privacy policy changes on our Privacy Policy Page;

0.3 Using the email address, users can request modifications to their personal information;

0.4 Our Policy and Signals We Do Not Track;

We obey the signals sent by browsers with active Do Not Track mechanisms and stop tracking, setting cookies, or running advertisements. You can inform websites that you do not want to be tracked by using your web browser's Do Not Track preference.

You can enable or disable Do Not Track by navigating to your web browser's preferences or settings page.

12. Your Rights Under the California Consumer Privacy Act: Data Protection (CCPA)

If you live in California, you have the right to know what information we have about you, have it deleted, and ask that we not sell (share) it. To use your right to privacy, you can get in touch with us and ask for the following:

We currently have no personal information about you.

If you ask us to respond to you, we will:

The kind of personal information we have collected about you, 

The paragraph describes the sources from which we obtain your personal information.

The commercial or corporate purpose for obtaining or sharing your personal information, 

The different categories of third parties with which we share personal information.

The specific bits of private information we have learned about you.

A list of the categories of personal information we have sold, along with a description of any other companies with which we may have done so. If your personal information hasn't been sold, we'll let you know.

A list of the categories of personal data we've given to other businesses for their use, along with a description of those businesses.

Please be aware that you can ask for this information up to twice every 12 months. When you send us this request, we might only be able to tell you what personal information we've learned about you in the last year.

To remove your personal information

Your personal information that we have on file for you as of the date of your request will be deleted upon submission of this request, and we will ask any service providers to do the same. In some circumstances, data erasure may be accomplished by de-identification. If you opt to delete it, you might not be able to use some features that rely on it to function.

To stop selling your personal data

Your private data is never rented or sold to outside parties for any reason. Your personal information is never exchanged or otherwise transferred for money. However, in certain circumstances, a transfer of personal information without payment to a third party or another company in our family of companies may be deemed a "sale" under California law. Your personal information belongs only to you, and you can ask at any time for it to be given to you or taken away.

If you ask us to cease selling your personal information, we will stop making these transfers.

Please be aware that if you ask us to delete or stop selling your data, it might change how you interact with us and you might not be able to use certain membership services or take part in programs that need personal data to work. However, simply because you exercised your rights, we will never treat you any differently.

To use your aforementioned California data protection rights, email with your request(s).

The CCPA, which is also called the California Consumer Privacy Act, protects your privacy rights when it comes to your data. For further information, go to the official website of the California Legislative Information. The CCPA became active on January 1, 2020.

13. Service Provider

We might work with outside companies and people (called "Service Providers") to help with our service, provide services on our behalf, finish service-related tasks, or help us do research on how people use our service.

Your personal information can only be seen by these third parties so that they can do these things for us. They can't share it with anyone else or use it for anything else.

14. Evaluation

Third-party service providers might track and examine how customers use our service.

15. The CI/CD toolkits

We might collaborate with external service providers to automate the development of our service.

16. Behavioral Remarketing

After you have visited our Service, we may use remarketing services to display your ads on other websites. We and our third-party suppliers use cookies to inform, optimize, and deliver advertisements based on how you have previously used our service.

17. Charges

Within the Service, we may provide complementary goods and/or services. In that case, we make use of external services to handle payments (e.g., payment processors).

We won't store or otherwise collect the details of your credit or debit card. This information goes straight to our third-party payment processors, whose privacy policies say how they can use your personal information. The PCI Security Standards Council, which is made up of companies like Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover, is in charge of making sure that the PCI-DSS criteria are followed, and these payment processors do so. The PCI-DSS guidelines ensure the security of the handling of payment information.

18. Other Website Links 

Our service may contain links to websites that we do not control. If you click on one of their links, you'll be directed to a different party's website. We suggest that you read the entire privacy statement on every website you visit.

We have no control over and accept no liability for any third-party websites' or services' content, privacy practices, or other rules.

19. Children's privacy

We do not allow anyone under the age of 18 to use our services (a "child" or "children").

We don't collect personal information on children under 18 on purpose. If you discover that a child has provided us with personal information, kindly contact us. If we find out that we have collected personal information about a child without the parent's permission, we try to get rid of that information from our servers.

20. Any Modifications to This Privacy Statement 

Our privacy statement may be revised from time to time. If there are any changes to the Privacy Policy, they will be posted on this page.

We'll send you an email, post a clear notice on our website, or otherwise let you know about the change before it takes effect. We'll also update the "effective date" at the top of this privacy statement.

You should regularly check this privacy policy for modifications. Any amendments to this privacy statement become effective upon posting to this website.

21. Contact Us

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please contact us by email: