Privacy Policy

Accessible at, visitor confidentiality is a top concern for FootwearInside. The information collected by FootwearInside and how it is used is detailed in this Privacy Policy document.

You can contact us anytime for further inquiries or clarification regarding our Privacy Policy.

The information visitors share and collect in FootwearInside only applies to our online activities and is subject to this Privacy Policy. This policy does not cover any data gathered in a manner different from this website.


When you access our site, you agree to the terms of our Privacy Policy.

Information we collect

When we request personally identifiable information from you, we will clarify what information we need and why we need it.

Your name, email address, phone number, message and any attachments you send, and any other information you voluntarily provide are some details we may collect if you contact us directly.

When you create an account, you may be asked to provide various forms of identifying data (name, company name, address, email address, and phone number).

How we use your information

To name a few applications for the data we gather:

  • Organize, manage, and update our website.
  • Enhance, customize, and grow our online presence
  • Learn from your website behaviour by analyzing your clickstream data.
  • Create brand-new goods and services with cutting-edge features and capabilities
  • Contact you directly or through a third party for many reasons (including but not limited to providing customer service, informing you of changes to the website, answering your questions, and promoting our products and services).
  • Drop you an email
  • Detecting and blocking fraud

Log Files

Using log files is a popular method, and FootwearInside also does so. When people visit a website, they leave a “cookie” on their computer. Cookies are standard practice for any hosting provider and integral to any comprehensive analysis of hosting services. Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, user activity, ISP, date/time stamp, referring/exit pages, and plausibly the number of clicks are some data collected and stored by log files. These are not associated with anything that we use to identify you. The information is used for internal purposes such as spotting trends, managing the site, following users’ course of action while using it and curating cumulative user profiles.

Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

Following is a list of FootwearInside’s advertising partners and links to their respective privacy policies.

We may deliver Ads and links on FootwearInside to users’ browsers via third-party ad networks or ad networks, which may employ tracking technologies such as cookies, JavaScript, and Web Beacons. The system will send your IP address to them as soon as this happens. Advertisers use these tools to track the success of their campaigns and tailor the ads that users see on the sites they visit.

Note that FootwearInside has no influence or access to these third-party cookies.

Third-Party Privacy Policies

It is important to note that the FootwearInside Privacy Policy does not cover any third-party advertisers or websites. We encourage you to read the third-party ad servers’ privacy policies for further information. Methods and instructions for declining services may be included.

You can disable cookies in your browser by going to the settings menu. You can learn more about cookie administration in various web browsers by visiting the browsers’ official sites.

CCPA Privacy Rights (Stop Selling My Personal Information)

In addition to other protections, the CCPA grants residents of California the right to have businesses that collect their personal information disclose the types and amounts of data that have been collected.

You have the right to ask any company doing business with you to delete any of your personal information.

Request that a company that currently sells your personal information stops doing so.

We have a month to get back to you after you make a request. Feel free to get in touch if you’d like to use any of the rights listed above.

GDPR Data Protection Rights

We want to ensure that you are aware of all of your information security rights. Every user has the following rights:

The right to information: Users can receive duplicates of their data. For this service, we may deduct a small fee.

The right to rectification entitles you to demand that we correct any details you believe are incorrect. You can also request that we complete any details you feel need to be included.

The right to erasure: Under certain conditions, you can ask that we remove your data altogether.

The right to restrict processing: Under certain conditions, you can ask that we limit the encoding of your data.

The right to object to our processing: Following specific conditions, you can oppose our use of your personal information.

The right to data portability: Under certain conditions, you can request that we transfer the data we have compiled to another organization or directly to you.

If you submit a request, we use one month to respond. You can contact us if you wish to practice any of these rights.

Children’s Information

Preventing minors from being vulnerable online is another top priority of ours. We recommend that parents and teachers keep an eye on, get involved, and manage their children’s online time.

Nobody at FootwearInside ever collects any sensitive information from those under 13. Please contact us if you have any reason to believe your child has posted this data on our website. We will use our best attempts to remove such info from our record keeping immediately.