Privacy Policy

If you ever have questions or concerns about this policy, feel free to Contact Us!

Last Updated: 5/18/16

Here at Wampaslayer, we respect your private information. Any information given to us via official forms or from Wampaslayer staff will remain private and will never be sold or shared. We are committed to providing you fun, informative content, not selling you out to the highest bidder.

This site does use tracking analytics to help learn about our viewers and tailor our content to your needs. This information is kept in house, we assure you.

Like all WordPress-based websites, this site uses cookies. Remember that time you entered your email into a form and the website remembered it later? That was cookies and again, it is information that Wampaslayer does not use nor distribute. Third-parties advertisers may also use cookies and we have no control over this event or the data collected. You can always disable cookies from your web browser settings, if desired.

Commenting on our posts does require you to submit your name and email, and ip address information is collected to help in moderation of posts. In addition, we may require you to sign in or register an account in order to comment. Just as above, none of this information leaves Wampaslayer.

Wampaslayer will never knowingly collect information from a child 13 years of age or younger. Information found to be given about a child 13 years or younger would be promptly deleted. If you believe information on this site in regards to children 13 years or younger, please Contact Us!

Use of this site does constitute consent to this privacy policy, in all its terms. This policy is reviewed from time to time and it is suggested that you return to review this policy frequently. For convenience, we will post a publish date at the top of this page.

Finally, third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads based on a user’s prior visits to your website. Users may opt out of the use of the DoubleClick cookie for interest-based advertising by visiting Ads Settings. Google’s use of the DoubleClick cookie enables it and its partners to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and/or other sites on the Internet.