Keeping your personal information protected on the Internet is a valid concern, and here at Christian Coaching For Women, we take your privacy very seriously. This page will tell you what information we collect and what we do with it.
We only collect information that you voluntarily provide. That may include your first name, last name, and email address.
If you purchase a product or service through this website, additional information may be collected such as your mailing address, phone number, and credit card information.
Additionally, some of our credit card charges for private coaching are run through a secure payment system. Your credit card information is not stored anywhere online by Christian Coaching For Women, but it is stored in a locked secure location at Christian Coaching For Women. Your private credit card information is securely and permanently destroyed upon termination of services.
Anonymous information such as your location may also be collected through the use of Google Analytics.
2. How and when do you collect this information?
Your personal information is only collected when you provide it to us. For example, if you sign up for a free offer, we will collect your name and email address so that we may provide the information you requested.
If you purchase a product or service, we will collect additional information which may include your address, phone number, and credit card information.
Anonymous information collected by Google Analytics is collected as you visit different pages on the website.
3. How is my information used?
Personal information such as your name and email address are used to provide services that, based on your indicated preferences, may provide helpful information shared within the scope of Christian Coaching For Women.
Anonymous information collected by Google Analytics is used to help us provide a better user experience for our site visitors.
4. What financial information do you keep when I make a purchase?
Our credit card charges for individual and group coaching are run through Cornerstone’s online secure system. Your credit card information is not stored anywhere online by Christian Coaching For Women, but in a locked secure location at Christian Coaching For Women. Your private credit card information is securely and permanently destroyed upon termination of services.
Christian Coaching For Women uses “secure socket layer” technology (SSL) to provide a secure environment that meets or exceeds industry standards. That means that information you enter on our site is encrypted.
However, there is no such thing as 100% secure data storage. Any information transmitted over the Internet may at some point be compromised. We do make every effort to use the most up-to-date methods to protect your personal information, but there is no way to guarantee its absolute security.
Yes. A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the user’s computer by the user’s web browser. It does not collect any personal information from you, but sometimes helps to customize your browsing experience. It acts as a little flag to tell our website that you have visited before. You can, of course, choose to not allow cookies, and you can still enjoy our website.
6. Will you disclose the information you collect to outside third parties?
We will not sell or provide your personal information to outside parties except as required by law.
8. What safeguards are in place?
Our website has been designed with up-to-date security arrangements, and we make every effort to protect your personal information. Please be aware, however, that nothing on the Internet is 100% secure. Be wise when providing personal information on any website.
9. Updating your information
If you find that you need to update or correct your personal information and privacy preferences, you may do so by contacting us via email at claudia @christiancoachingforwomen.com
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What is the difference between coaching and mentoring, consulting, and counseling?
A coach does not give advice or tell the client what to do. The coach is not the expert, the client is the expert of their life. Counselors deal with the past and coaches deal with the future. A mentor and a consultant are also experts who share their knowledge with the client and give them advice.