This Privacy Policy page is effective from the 15th of September, 2023. It sets out the course of educating you about how we use your data collected when you visit our website - or interact with Webtrics Limited


Following The Privacy Act 2020, we ensure that your data is completely protected and secured. However, by using our website, you’re agreeing to allow Webtrics Limited to collect, store, and use your information. 


Information We Collect 

Whenever you subscribe to our email newsletter, contact us, or fill out our inquiry form, we may require the following information from you;

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Email address
  • Demographic information such as postcode, preferences, and interests
  • Other information relevant to customer surveys and/or offers

What We Do With Your Data

We collect these information in order to provide optimal site’s performance and help us serve you better. 


In essence, we collect your information for the following reasons;

  • Internal-Record Keeping
  • To improve our products and services
  • To recommend new services, special offers, and other information. We may periodically contact you via email.
  • To get in touch with you and gather information that can be used to promote our services or for research purposes.

Cookies Policy

A cookie is a file downloaded on your computer with your implicit consent, that allows web applications to have access to your personalized experience on the site. This helps the website to tailor its performance to suit your needs while paying attention to your preferences as showcased by the cookie file.


We use cookies on this website.

How We Use Your Cookies


We use your cookies in the following ways;

1. Forms-Related Cookies

Cookies may be used to remember your information when you fill out an inquiry form, like the one found in the contact page section of this website.

2. Email Newsletter Cookies

Cookies will be used in figuring out whether you have registered for the email newsletter or not. It also helps in filtering out the messages that would be shown to you, based on whether you’ve registered for it or not.

3. Third-Party Related Cookies

We use Google Analytics to help us track your experience on our site and provide information in other to help us improve our performance and bring it up to speed. The cookies may provide information on how long you spent on the site, which page you clicked, etc.


The cookies also put you up-to-date with newly integrated features on the website, while also providing information to us, on how you engaged with the website. 


For more information, visit the official Google Analytics page.


Additionally, you may opt out of Google Analytics without affecting your visit to our site. To do this, you can block or delete third-party cookies on your web browser. 


We also use Google AdWords for re-marketing and advertising purposes. 


Other third-party sites that can be inputted on the sites are; YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Clicking on the third-party sites from our website would enable the cookies to remember your preference and help us improve our performance to the users. 


Disabling Cookies

You can disable the use of cookies on the website in your browser settings. It should be noted that this affects all websites you visit, and this may prevent you from accessing some websites. This can also affect the functionality of some web pages. This is why it’s recommended that you do not disable it.

Kindly contact us if you require any more information.