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Privacy Policy

One of our top goals at Fluentia Academy, from, is the privacy of our customers. The sorts of information that Fluentia Academy collects, and records, as well as how we use it, are explained here on our Privacy Policy page.

You can contact us anytime if you have inquiries or simply want to know more about our privacy policy.

The information supplied and/or collected in Fluentia Academy by visitors to our website is covered by this Privacy Policy, which completely relates to our online activities. This policy doesn’t cover information that is gathered offline or from sources different than this website.


You agree to our provisions of the Privacy Policy and consent to its use by using our website.

Information we collect

We will be clear about the personal information we will collect from you and the purpose for doing so at the time we ask for it.

If you directly get in touch with us, we might learn more about you, including your phone number, email address, name, the message and/or add-ons you send us, and any other details you decide to provide us.

We could ask for your contact information when you sign up for an account, such as your name, address, email address, and phone number.

How we use your information

We use the data that we gather from you in several ways, such as:

Running, supplying, and maintaining our website.

Enhance, customize, and broaden our website.

Examine and understand how you are using our website.

Create new goods, services, and features.

Communicate through one of our partners or directly, on a variety of topics, such as customer service, website changes, as well as other information, and promotional and marketing activities.

Sending with emails

Identifying and preventing fraud

Log Files

Using log files is a regular procedure for Fluentia Academy. These data keep details of which websites are visited by whom. This technique is used by all hosting companies as a part of their analytics. Internet service provider (ISP), browser type, Internet protocol (IP) addresses, time and date stamps referring/exit pages, and possibly click counts are amongst the data that is collected by log files. These have no connection with any personally identifiable data. The information is used for trend analysis, demographic research, tracking user behavior on the site, and website administration.