Privacy Policy

Your privacy is crucial to us. We want your experience on the Internet to be as pleasant and helpful as possible and for you to feel completely at ease using the broadest range of information, tools, and opportunities the Internet offers.

We do not sell or share your information with anyone else.

We have created a Privacy Policy to demonstrate our commitment to privacy and security. The Privacy Policy describes how the Mykola Latansky’s Academy of True Success (hereinafter referred to as the “Company” or “our Company”) collects information from all end users of its Internet services (hereinafter referred to as the “Services”), including people who have access to some of our services without a registration record (hereinafter referred to as “Guests”), as well as customers who have purchased Products and/or pay a monthly service fee to subscribe to the Service (hereinafter referred to as “Members”). The policy also explains what we do with the information we collect and what options Guests and Members have to collect and use such information. We ask you to carefully read the Privacy Policy.


Members may be asked to provide certain personal information when subscribing to our Products or Services, such as name, address, telephone number, billing information (such as credit card number (without expiration date or security code, of course)) and type of personal computer and the name of the operating system installed on it, which will be used to access the Services. Members’ personal information collected at registration (or any other time) is primarily used to prepare Products or Services to suit your needs. Your information will not be shared or sold to third parties. However, we may partially disclose personal information in the particular circumstances described in the Disclosure section below.


We reserve the right to disclose Members’ and Guests’ information to the following third parties in the following situations:

Companies working on our behalf: We work with other companies that perform business support functions on our behalf, and some of your personal information may be disclosed. We require such companies to use the information only for the purpose of providing contracted services; they are prohibited from transferring this information to other parties in situations other than when it is necessary to provide the agreed services. Examples of business support functions: fulfillment of orders, fulfillment of applications, issuance and delivery of prizes and bonuses, conducting surveys among customers, and managing information systems. We also disclose aggregated non-personally identifiable information when selecting service providers.
Subsidiaries and joint ventures: Subsidiary or joint venture means an organization, at least 50% of which is owned by the company. When transferring your information to a subsidiary or joint venture partner, our company requires that this information not be disclosed to other parties for marketing purposes and that your information not be used in any way contrary to your choice. If you have indicated that you do not want to receive any marketing materials from our company, then we will not share your information with our subsidiaries and joint venture partners for marketing purposes.
On co-positioned or partner pages: Our Company may share information with partner companies, together with which it implements special offers and promotional activities on co-positioned pages of our site. When requesting personal data on such pages, you will receive a warning about the transfer of information. The partner uses any information you provide in accordance with its own privacy statement, which you can read on the site of the relevant partner before providing information about yourself.
When transferring control of an enterprise: Our Company reserves the right to share your personal data in connection with the complete or partial sale or transfer of our enterprise or its assets. When selling or transferring a business, our company will allow you to opt-out of sharing information about yourself. In some cases, this may mean that the new organization will no longer be able to provide you with the services or products previously provided by our company.
To Law Enforcement: Our Company may, without your consent, disclose personal information to third parties for any of the following reasons: to avoid violations of law, regulation, or court order; to participate in government investigations; assist in fraud prevention; and the promotion or protection of the rights

Company or its subsidiaries.

With your consent: In all other cases, before transferring information about you to third parties, our company undertakes to obtain your explicit consent. For example, our company may run a joint offer or competition with a third party, so we will ask you for permission to share your personal information with the third party.

Internet shopping

When ordering services or products directly from our company, your personal information is used to process that order. We do not share this information with third parties except as necessary to fulfill such an order.

When placing an order through other companies that may link to our site, such as offering an online gift sent directly to the recipient, you may be asked to provide information about the recipient, such as name, address, and telephone number. Our company has no control over how third parties use your personal information when placing such orders, and please be careful in such cases. We encourage you to read the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use of other companies whose websites you can access from our site.

Internet advertising

Our company may advertise on the Internet. In such cases, we provide our advertisers with aggregated and non-personally identifiable information about our Guests and Members, collected during registration and through online surveys and promotions.

In addition, in some cases, we use this aggregated and non-personally identifiable information for targeted advertising and joint ventures. For example, an advertiser or joint venture can tell you which audience to reach and provide ads that match. Later, based on the collected and grouped non-personalized information, we place or send advertisements to the target audience. Our company does not disclose personal information about its Guests and Members to such advertisers or joint ventures. Information on how to opt-out of our company’s online advertising is included directly in the advertising materials.

Answers to electronic inquiries

When Guests or Members send email inquiries to our company, the email address from which the request originated is used to respond to them. Our company does not use return addresses for any other purpose or share them with any third parties.

Voluntary customer surveys

We periodically conduct both commercial and private user surveys. We encourage our customers to participate in these surveys as they provide us with important information to improve our various products and services and how we deliver them. Your personal information and responses will remain strictly confidential even when surveyed by a third party. Participation in our customer surveys is optional, and information about how to opt-out of a survey is included in survey messages.

We may take the information collected from individuals who participate in our customer surveys and merge (group) with responses from our other customers to create broader and more aggregated responses to survey questions (such as gender, age, location, hobbies, education, place of jobs, industry sector, and other demographic information). The aggregated information is then used to improve the quality of services provided to you and develop new services and products. Such aggregated and non-personally identifiable information may be shared with third parties.

Automatic collection of information

Cookies: Our Company may use cookies to collect information; these are small information files that are stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive at the request of a website. Our Company Cookies do not contain any personal information and are primarily used in the following ways:

  • To keep track of time information. For example, cookies allow us to track which pictures you upload and download;
  • To enroll you in special programs. Cookies allow us to remember you when you enter areas of our site that require you to be a Member;
  • To remember your country and language preferences;
  • To help us understand the size of our audience and traffic distribution;
  • To collect and record information about what you have viewed on our site and what you have viewed in our email;
  • To manage and manage the information of the site and its presentation, as well as to understand what images can be displayed on your computer, and in order to provide you with information in accordance with your interests.

Web pixels: We may also place on our website, online advertisements involving third parties and our electronic
See small “tracking images” or “pixels.” These beacons are used in conjunction with Cookies to collect non-personal information about the use of our site, including but not limited to the time and date of visit, pages viewed, referring page, browser type (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari), type operating system (for example, Windows, Linux or MacOS), as well as the domain name of the visitor’s Internet service provider (for example, AOL, UkrTelecom or others). We collect such information about visits to the site by the thousands and analyze it as a whole. This information is important, in particular, to determine the effectiveness of our Internet advertising, such as banners, and to select the location for future advertising on other web resources.

Disabling Cookies and Pixels: If you are not comfortable with collecting such information through Cookies and Pixels, we recommend that you disable these features in your browser settings, but please be aware that this will limit the effectiveness and functionality of our Company website. How to disable cookies and beacons is usually described in the instructions for the browser.

Information protection of children

Protecting children from Internet information is especially important; children under 13 are protected by federal law. For this reason, our company intentionally does not allow children under the age of 13 to become registered members of our sites or purchase goods and services on our sites without verified parental permission. Our company does not knowingly collect or solicit personal information from children under 13 without the express consent of their parents.

If we ever include children under the age of 13 as part of our site’s target audience, these special pages will be highlighted separately and include an extended privacy notice in accordance with the provisions of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA); we will also provide mechanisms for obtaining parental permission, their access to information, and give parents the ability to request deletion of their children’s personal information.

Our company welcomes parents and caregivers who spend time online with their children and participate in their interactive activities and hobbies.

Public Forums

Certain portions of our site may provide access to public services, such as discussion boards, online conferences, chat rooms, comments on various social networks, and live events. When using such services, please be careful when posting information about yourself. Please note that personal information disclosed on such sites, such as your name, username, email address, etc., may be collected and used for unsolicited mailings. These services are open to the public and what you post there can be viewed by anyone – the information is not protected. We are unable to control the comments you may receive while participating in such services. Other people’s comments may seem offensive, dangerous, or inappropriate to you.

Our company’s commitment to privacy

We use a variety of administrative, managerial, and technical security measures to protect your personal information. Our company adheres to various international control standards for personal information, including certain controls to protect information collected online. Our employees are trained to understand and implement these controls and are familiar with our Privacy Notice, policies, and guidelines. However, while we strive to protect your personal information, you must also take steps to protect it. We strongly recommend that you take all possible precautions while browsing the Internet.

The services and websites we organize contain measures to protect against leakage, unauthorized use, and alteration of the information we control. Although we do our best to ensure the integrity and security of our network and systems, we cannot guarantee that our security measures will prevent third-party hackers from illegally accessing this information.

Where to send questions about our Privacy Policy

If you have any questions regarding this Privacy Policy or the practices described above, you can contact us using the contact information on our website.

Changes to this Policy

Our company reserves the right at any time and in any way to edit, supplement or change this policy, the Terms of Use, and the Service Agreement, as well as other policies and agreements of our company, by updating this page.