Effective/Updated as of December 18, 2023

This Privacy Policy outlines the privacy practices for Big Life University (the “Company”) concerning its website and its affiliated platforms, including “Big-Life Coaching” and “Certified Life Coach Expert”(“Program”). This Privacy Policy is exclusively applicable to information gathered through the Website and its affiliated properties. Our commitment to safeguarding the privacy of personal information provided by visitors and users of this website is unwavering. The following articulates our practices for collecting and disseminating information on this website.

We acknowledge the significance of protecting your privacy, and this policy is formulated to facilitate your understanding of how we collect, utilize, and protect the personal information you voluntarily provide. It also aids you in making informed decisions when utilizing our site. This policy will be regularly reviewed against emerging technologies, business methodologies, and the evolving needs of our users.

Information Collection:

We do not collect personal information unless voluntarily provided by you. When you visit the Website or landing pages, you may disclose two types of information: personal information you knowingly choose to provide on an individual basis, and website use information collected on an aggregate basis as you and others navigate our Website or landing pages.

Personal Information You Choose to Provide

Registration Information

When registering for our products, services, or newsletters, you will furnish information about yourself, such as your name and contact details (physical address, email address, phone number).

Email Information

Correspondence via email may result in the retention of your email content, along with your email address and our responses. The same protections applied to mail and telephone communications are extended to electronic communications, including registrations, form submissions, and purchases made on the site.

Accuracy of Information

Big Life University relies on the accuracy and currency of the personal information provided. It is imperative that you keep all details accurate and promptly update any changes. Notify us in writing via email to [email protected] or update your information in your account section of the website.

Website Use Information

Our Website uses cookies (refer to “What Are Cookies?” below) and web server log files to gather information about website usage. This information is used for statistical analysis, excluding personal details, to enhance our website(s) and services.

How and Why We Collect Information:

The Company collects information to record and support your participation in selected activities. If you register for a product, service, newsletter, or download resources, we collect information to tailor our offerings to your preferences and to keep you informed about selected products, services, and related items.

Visitors can engage in most activities without providing personal information. Only when downloading resources or registering for services is personal information required.

If you opt to receive free resources, participate in training programs, register for webinars or live events, or purchase products from the Company, you will be automatically enrolled to receive our free email newsletter or enrollment for the free email newsletter will occur only with your affirmative consent. To unsubscribe, use the provided link in every email or email us at [email protected].

Use of Information:

We use personal information to present our Website, provide information, offer products and services, manage subscriptions, administer contracts, conduct business activities, offer customer service, and provide other items and services. Periodically, we may use collected information to present offers for third-party products and services.

Disclosure of Your Information:

As a principle, we do not sell, rent, lease, or otherwise transfer collected information, either automatically or voluntarily. However, disclosure may occur to enforce terms of service or agreements, or when required by law or to protect legal rights.

Information may be disclosed to third parties in case of a merger, divestiture, restructuring, reorganization, dissolution, or sale of some or all of the Company’s assets and/or business.

What Are Cookies?

A cookie is a small text document, often including an anonymous unique identifier. Websites may request permission to store this file on your hard drive. While browsers usually accept cookies, you can configure your browser to refuse them, although this may impact the site’s functionality. Cookies do not retrieve data from your hard drive or transmit computer viruses.

How We Use Information from Cookies:

Cookies enhance user experience during website visits. They assist in preventing unnecessary logins for security reasons. Cookies, along with web server log files, help us analyze aggregate visitor numbers and popular site sections, enabling continuous improvement. Cookies do not intentionally store personal information, and we do not use them to gather such information intentionally.

The Company reserves the right to use technological equivalents of cookies, including social media pixels, in compliance with social media sites’ policies. These pixels allow tracking of visitors to external websites for personalized advertising on social media sites.

What are Dynamic Ads?

Dynamic Ads refer to personalized advertisements generated in real-time for users. Unlike static ads that display the same content with every impression, Dynamic Ads empower advertisers to showcase unique creatives tailored to different users. This approach is crucial for scaling up the number of creatives per campaign and personalizing them for each impression.

What is Retargeting?

Retargeting Ads aim to re-engage site visitors after they leave the site. Dynamic Retargeting Ads are specifically crafted based on the actual products or offers viewed on the advertiser’s site. For instance, if a user visits a retailer’s website and views a particular product, they might receive a banner ad featuring that specific product. The Dynamic Ad Application at Big Life University selects the most relevant ad copy based on the user’s site activity. The Personalized Retargeting Platform functions when an advertiser integrates our tag on their website, embedding a third-party cookie on users’ browsers. Real-Time Bidding (RTB) Ad Exchanges then allow us to focus media buying efforts on those visitors. It’s important to note that the cookie itself doesn’t contain personal identifying information. The ads intelligently match the right offering to each visitor based on their previous activities on the site. Advertisers using Big Life University’s services are responsible for limiting ad impressions per user to prevent overexposure.

How Can I Remove Myself from Being Retargeted?

Big Life University makes it easy for users to remove our tracking cookie. Users who prefer not to see Personalized Ads should simply email [email protected].

IP Addresses

IP addresses are utilized by computers connected to the Internet. They are numbers used to identify computers on the network and are automatically collected by our web server as part of traffic data. This data, including requested web pages, is sent to users.

Other Websites Linked to Our Website

Big Life University is not accountable for practices employed by websites linked to or from our Website. Links to other websites are provided for informational purposes. Users should be aware that our Privacy Policy ceases to apply when using links to navigate to other websites, and they should review the rules and policies of those sites.

Your Consent

By using our Website, you consent to the collection and use of your personal information as outlined in this Privacy Policy. We may update or modify this Privacy Policy, with or without notice, and changes will be communicated via email or displayed on the Site. Regularly reviewing this Privacy Policy is advised.

Our Commitment To Data Security

User information is stored and processed on our computers in the United States. While U.S. data protection laws may differ from those in your country, we implement physical, electronic, and managerial measures to prevent unauthorized access and ensure data accuracy.


In compliance with the CAN-SPAM Act, our emails clearly state sender information and provide opt-out instructions. Users can opt-out of our communications by following unsubscribe instructions in emails or contacting [email protected].

California Online Privacy Protection Act

Big Life University does not honor “Do Not Track” settings. Data collection and usage remain unchanged even if users set their browsers to send a “Do Not Track” signal.

Surveys & Contests

Participation in surveys or contests on our site is voluntary, and users choose whether to disclose requested information. Information collected may include contact details and demographics, used for prize notification and site improvement.

A Special Note About Children

Children under 13 should not submit personal information. Big Life University adheres to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and doesn’t allow Website access to children under 13 without parental supervision.

Policy Modifications

Changes to this Privacy Policy will be posted, ensuring users are aware. Personal information submitted under the existing Privacy Policy won’t be used inconsistently without prior consent.

Visitors’ GDPR Rights

Users within the European Union have rights under the General Data Protection Regulation, including access, rectification, erasure, and objection. Consent withdrawal is possible, and users can lodge complaints with relevant authorities. Additional information may be requested for identity verification.

How to Contact Us

For questions or concerns about this Policy, privacy, or information compromise, contact us at:




Telephone: (592) 579-1157‬‬‬‬

Email: [email protected]