Website Privacy Policy - Sensei - Hawaii Wellness Retreats


Thank you for visiting our website (“Site”).  Sensei Wellness Holdings, Inc., on behalf of itself and its affiliates (“Sensei,” the “Company,” “we,” “us” or “our”) is providing this Privacy Policy to describe the Personal Information (as described herein) that Sensei collects, stores and uses through our interactions with you and through our resorts, retreats, products, services, events and programs – including our Sites, mobile applications and digital platforms (each a “Service,” and collectively, the “Services”).  This Privacy Policy, together with our Terms of Use and other policies we refer to in this Privacy Policy, describes how Sensei collects and uses your Personal Information, and how you can exercise certain rights with respect to your Personal Information.

If you are a resident of a state that has adopted comprehensive privacy legislation, this Privacy Policy outlines additional information applicable to our collection and use of your Personal Information, and how you can exercise your rights under state law, which can be found in State Privacy Rights.

If you are a resident of the European Economic Area (“EEA”) or the United Kingdom (UK) this Privacy Policy also outlines additional provisions applicable to our collection and processing of your Personal Information, which can be found here.  Non-EEA countries do not have the same data protection laws as the EEA. We will, however, take steps to ensure that any transfer of personal information will be secure and complies with applicable data protection laws.

By submitting your Personal Information to us, you agree to the processing set out in this Privacy Policy. If there are any additional uses of your Personal Information that are not described in this Privacy Policy, then we will provide you with the necessary information and consult you on such additional uses in accordance with applicable law.


Personal Information We Collect

Sensitive Information We Collect

Information from Business Partners

How We Use Personal Information

How We Share and Disclose Data

Cookies and Similar Technologies

Security of Data

Third Party Sites and Services

Notice Regarding Health Information

Children and Parents

Storing Data

State Privacy Rights

Additional Policies for Residents of EEA and UK

Changes to This Privacy Policy

How to Contact Us

1. Introduction

This Privacy Policy describes how Sensei collects, uses, and shares Personal Information of our guests, visitors to our Site at, and individuals who contact us to request information.  The Site and our other programs and services are referred to in this Privacy Policy as the “Services.”  This Policy describes how we collect and use Personal Information (information which can be used to identify a specific individual) and anonymous data (which cannot be used to identify a specific individual).

Region specific provisions.  Certain provisions of this Policy, which are clearly labelled, apply only to users who are citizens or residents of particular regions (for example,, the European Economic Area or California).  Otherwise, this Policy applies to all users of our Services, regardless of location.

Children.  Our Services are not directed to children.  See Protecting children’s privacy below.

2. Personal Information We Collect

For purposes of this Privacy Policy, “Personal Information” means information (whether stored electronically or in a paper based filing systems) relating to a living individual who can be identified from that data, or from that data and other information in our possession.

When you interact with us through the Services, we may collect Personal Information from you or from other sources.  This data may be information that you directly provide to us, such as Personal Information you provide when you visit our retreats, or information we collect when you use the devices we offer, or from your browser or mobile device.  When you use the wearable devices we offer as part of the Services, we collect a variety of medical information discussed below in “Sensitive Information We Collect.” We also collect Personal Information from our affiliates, partners, vendors, data brokers and public sources.

The table below describes the categories of Personal Information we may collect:


Category Description
Identifiers Name, alias, postal address, unique personal identifier, online identifier, Internet Protocol address, email address, account name, Social Security number, driver’s license number or state identification card number, passport number, or other similar identifiers
Protected Classes Race, age, gender, religion, citizenship, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, religion or creed, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, sex (including gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy or childbirth and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, veteran or military status, genetic information (including familial genetic information
Commercial Information Records of personal property, purchasing or consuming histories or preferences
Biometric Information Genetic, physiological, behavioral, and biological characteristics, or activity patterns used to obtain identifying information, such as fingerprints, face prints, and voiceprints, iris or retina scans, keystroke, gait, or other physical patterns, and sleep, health, or exercise data
Internet Activity Browsing history, search history, IP address, website interactions
Geolocation Data GPS coordinates, location history or movements
Sensory Data Audio, electronic, visual, thermal, olfactory, or similar information
Professional Data Current or past job history or performance evaluations
Education Data Educational background, grades, scores
Other Data Financial information, medical information, health insurance information
Inferences Profiles drawn from other Personal Information reflecting a person’s preferences, characteristics, psychological trends, predispositions, behavior, attitudes, intelligence, abilities, and aptitudes.

The examples given in this table are not meant to provide an exhaustive list, but are examples of the kinds of data included in each category.  We do not collect all of this data, and we specify the categories of information we do collect below.

3. Sensitive Information We Collect

In addition to the Personal Information described above, we may collect Sensitive Information from or about you. In this Privacy Policy, “Sensitive Information” means Personal Information that is subject to heightened legal protection in certain jurisdictions. Sensitive Information may include:

  • Identifiers: social security number, driver’s license, state identification card, or passport number.
  • Protected Classes: Racial or ethnic origin, religious or philosophical beliefs, or union membership, or information concerning a consumer’s sex life or sexual orientation.
  • Biometric Information: Genetic data, or any biometric information processed for the purpose of uniquely identifying a consumer.
  • Health information: – health conditions, diagnosis, and treatments (including procedures and medications).
  • Internet Activity: The contents of email and text messages, unless Sensei is the intended recipient of the communication.
  • Geolocation Data:  Your precise location.
  • Other Sensitive Information: Most data in this category includes sensitive Personal Information, such as health information and data, account log-ins, financial account information, debit or credit card numbers in combination with any required security or access code, password, or credentials allowing access to an account.

We collect the Sensitive Information that you voluntarily provide to us directly or indirectly, including through the use of our Services, any Sensei Site or portal, an electronic tracking or monitoring device or use of an instrument or equipment, or any third-party website or software application connected to Sensei. We will only use your Sensitive Information with your explicit consent or as authorized by law.

4. Information from Business Partners

Sensei collects Personal Information from its vendors and business partners.  Sensei collects that information in the course of our business dealings:

  • If you or the company you work for are our customer or supplier.
  • If you or the company you work for uses the Services.
  • If you are someone, or you work for someone, to whom we advertise or market the Services, or seek to do so.
  • From your employer in connection with the work you do for your employer and how that relates to the Services.
  • From third parties Sensei works with, such as business partners, and through introductions from other individuals or companies.

When you or the company you work for interacts with Sensei (for example, when providing technical services to us), we may collect the following types of Personal Information:

  • Contact information: such as your email address, phone number and any other information you provide relating to your work or to you personally (for example, your name, job title or other information in your email signature).
  • Information relating to our dealings with you or the company you work for: such as information used to administer your company account, verify financial transactions, details of goods or services that Company has exchanged with you, information about events to which you are invited and preferences related to managing those events (for example dietary information) and information that you give us or we otherwise obtain when you interact with Company.

5. How We Use Personal Information

We use the Personal Information we collect for the following purposes:

  • Operating our business. We use the Personal Information we collect to operate our business, including providing and improving the Services.  Specifically:
    • To fulfill transactions that you request, including managing your bookings and activities at our Retreats.
    • To provide you, and assist others in providing you, health and wellness information, including targeting treatments and therapies.
    • To deliver location-based Services and comply with territorial restrictions.
    • To diagnose and fix problems with the Services and providing other customer support services.
    • For analytical purposes to better understand our clients, customers and guests, and how they use the Services, which allows us to continually improve and expand the Services.
    • To build predictive models, which allow us to tailor the Services based on the data we have about how our clients, customers and guests use the Services.
    • To communicate with you, including responding to your requests or inquiries, such as responding to your requests, providing information about your use of the Services or transactions with us, to deliver news, updates and other types of communications, according to your subscriptions, alerts and other preferences..
  • Marketing and advertising. We use the data we collect for marketing and advertising purposes, on behalf of ourselves, as well as our partners and other parties.  Specifically:
    • To send you promotional messages and deliver advertisements about products, services, programs or events that may be of interest to you. These may be offered by, or on behalf of, Sensei, or by our partners and other third parties with whom we have a relationship.
    • The promotional messages and advertisements that you see may be determined by data that we collect or receive about you, such as your demographic data, location data, usage data, interests and preferences. We refer to this as “interest-based advertising”.
  • Security, compliance and enforcement. We use the data we collect for security, compliance and enforcement purposes.  Specifically:
    • To protect the safety and security of our Services.
    • To detect and prevent abuse, fraud or other unlawful or unauthorized activities.
    • To resolve disputes.
    • To enforce our agreements, including our policies and terms of service that govern your use of the Services.

We may also use your data in any other manner as disclosed at the time of collection, or when we have otherwise obtained consent.  Please also note that this Privacy Policy does not place any limits on what we do with aggregated, pseudonymized or anonymized data.

6. How We Share and Disclose Data

There are times when we share Personal Information with other companies.  We share Personal Information for the following purposes:

  • Providing the Services. We sometimes engage or partner with other companies to operate the Services or perform certain functions on our behalf – for example, providing services at our retreats and resorts, maintaining our user database, delivering messages and advertising, and operating our websites and digital platforms.  We may provide these companies with access to your data as needed for them to perform these functions in a manner consistent with this Privacy Policy.  For more information about who these companies are, and how they use your data, please see the “Third Party Sites and Services” section of this Privacy Policy below.
  • As part of a change in business structure. In the event of a sale, merger, acquisition, reorganization or similar event, or in contemplation of such an event (e.g., due diligence), your data may be among the transferred assets.
  • When necessary under certain circumstances. We may disclose your Personal Information when we believe that disclosure is necessary to:
    • Comply with applicable law or respond to valid legal process.
    • Protect the safety and security of the Services.
    • Prevent fraud, abuse or other unlawful or unauthorized activities.
    • Protect the rights or property of us or third parties, including enforcing the terms of our agreements.

We may also share your Personal for others purpose that we disclose at the time we collect the Personal Information, or when at other times that you give us your consent.

7. Cookies and Similar Technologies

We use cookies and similar technologies (collectively, “Tracking Technologies”) to provide the Services and to collect data.  In addition, third parties may also use Tracking Technologies when you use the Services; for example, if we engaged a third party to operate the Services, or because the Services contain content delivered by third parties.  These Tracking Technologies consist of:

  • Cookies. Cookies are small text files that are unique to your device or browser. They can either be session-based (i.e., lasting only while your browser is open and automatically deleted when you close your browser) or persistent (i.e., lasting until you delete them or they expire).
  • Locally stored objects. Locally stored objects, also commonly called “Flash cookies,” are stored on your device or browser to provide Services that use Adobe Flash technology.
  • Web beacons. “Web beacons” or clear GIFs are small pieces of code placed on a Service to collect data about users of that Service.
  • Software development kits. Mobile Software Development Kits (“SDKs”) are bits of computer code used by mobile app developers to enable or enhance various features of a mobile app. For example, an app developer may include an SDK within a mobile app that enables advertisements to be shown, data to be collected, and related services or analytics to be performed in connection with the mobile app.

We use Tracking Technologies for the following purposes:

  • Sign-in/authentication. When you sign into your account to use the Services, we use Tracking Technologies to store your sign-in information. This allows the Services to remember your user preferences and give you a more tailored experience based on those preferences.  It also allows you to use the Services without having to sign-in on each page or each time you return. We use Tracking Technologies to help detect fraud and abuse of the Services, including attempts to access the Services without authorization.
  • Usage and Performance Data. We use Tracking Technologies to gather usage and performance data about the Services, including counting the number of unique visitors to a particular Service.
  • User Interaction. We use Tracking Technologies to track how users use and react to our website and mobile applications.
  • Tailoring the Services. We use Tracking Technologies to collect information about how you use the Services so that we can tailor your experience based on what is most relevant to your interests. In some cases, we may work with third parties (for example, third party operators of the Services) to synchronize our unique, anonymous identifiers (such as those associated with Tracking Technologies) with the third party’s own identifiers. This enables us to better achieve each of the purposes described above.
  • Managing Tracking Technologies. Most web browsers give you the ability to manage Tracking Technologies used on a website, including blocking or deleting them.  Please note that if you choose to block Tracking Technologies, you may not be able to use certain features that depend on those Tracking Technologies (such as keeping you signed in or remembering your preferences).  If you choose to delete Tracking Technologies, any settings and preferences that were associated with those Tracking Technologies will also be deleted and may need to be reset.

Some browsers have incorporated “Do Not Track” features that send an automated signal to the websites that you visit using that browser.  At this time, the Services do not recognize or respond to these signals.  However, you can adjust your preferences regarding the data we collect using the tools and methods described above.

8. Security of Data

We take steps to protect your data from unauthorized access, use and disclosure.  These steps take into account the sensitivity of the data we collect and use, as well as the current state of technology.  This includes, for example, storing your data on systems that have limited access and are maintained in controlled facilities.  We also use, and require our vendors to use, industry standard security protocols when processing any payments for your use of the Services.

It is important to remember that no system can be guaranteed to be completely secure.  We recommend that you help us keep your data safe by taking reasonable steps such as keeping your passwords private and not disclosing sensitive Personal Information in places that can be accessed publicly.

9. Third Party Sites and Services

We work with a number of third parties to operate the Services.  When we engage third parties in connection with operating the Services, those third parties may only collect, use or access your data as needed for them to perform these functions.  These third parties include: Cendyn, Oracle Opera, Alice, Book4Time, NetSuite, Asana, PayCom, Navia, Microsoft, OKTA, CARTA, Expensify, TeamPay.

These third parties are only authorized to use your Personal Information as permitted by this Privacy Policy, or as disclosed to you at the time your data is collected.  Please note, however, that these third parties may supplement data collected or received in connection with the Services with data they collect or receive through other websites, platforms and services, in accordance with the policies and disclosures posted on those websites, platforms and services.  Within the past twelve months, we have disclosed the following categories of Personal Information to third parties: personal identifiers, commercial information, Internet/other electronic network activity information, geolocation data, characteristics of protected classifications, and inferences drawn from this information.

The Services may also contain links to, or integrations with, other websites, platforms or services that are not operated or controlled by Sensei (each a “Third Party Site,” and collectively, the “Third Party Sites”).  Please note that this Privacy Policy does not apply to those Third Party Sites.  For more information on how those Third Party Sites collect, use and share data, we suggest that you contact the operators of those Third Party Sites directly.

10. Notice Regarding Health Information

This additional notice applies to personal information relating to your health, including personal information defined as “consumer  health data” and similar terms (collectively referred to as “Health Information”) under applicable laws, including but not limited to Washington State’s My Health My Data Act and Nevada’s similar statute (SB 370).

What Health Information do we collect?

We collect Health Information that you voluntarily provide to us and that is reasonably necessary for us to provide you with the products and services that you request. For example, when booking a spa service or stay, or if you otherwise share with us such data, we may collect certain, limited information about your preferences (including for an accessible room), health conditions, diagnosis, and treatments (including procedures and medications).

Will Health Information be provided to third parties?

We may share your Health Information, where permitted under applicable law with:

  • Our agents, contractors or service providers who provide services to us or on our behalf, including as needed to better serve your needs;
  • our professional advisors;
  • local or foreign regulators, governments, courts, health and safety authorities, law enforcement and relevant security authorities; and
  • others with your consent or at your direction.

We take steps to require those parties to protect your Health Information in a manner consistent with the provisions of this Privacy Policy.

We may also disclose information as may be required by law or legal process, or if we reasonably believe such disclosure is necessary to comply with legal process or the reasonable requests of law enforcement or to exercise or protect the rights, property or personal safety of Four Seasons, our Guests or Owners, or others.

What are your rights with respect to your Health Information?

You may have the right to: (1) access your Health Information, including a list of all third parties and affiliates with whom we may share Health Information; (2) withdraw your consent to our processing of your Health Information; and (3) request the deletion of your Health Information. You may also have other rights under the laws of your jurisdiction of residence, or as further described in State Privacy Rights below. You can exercise your rights by submitting a request as described in State Privacy Rights.

Additional Appeal Rights Under Nevada and Washington Law

If your request to exercise a right with respect to your Health Information is denied, under Washington’s My Health My Data Act or Nevada’s SB 370, if you are a resident of either state or your request relates to the processing of Health Information within those states, you may appeal that decision by contacting us at If your appeal is unsuccessful, you can raise a concern or lodge a complaint with, as appropriate, the Washington State Attorney General at or the Nevada State Attorney General at

11. Children and Parents

The Services are not directed at children under the age of 16, and our policy is to not knowingly collect Personal Information from children under the age of 13, nor to sell Personal Information of individuals under the age of 16.  We encourage parents and guardians to monitor their children’s online behavior, put parental control tools in place, and teach children not to provide their Personal Information through the Services without parental consent.  For certain activities in which children are allowed to participate, any request for Personal Information (such as registration data) is intended for and directed to the parent or legal guardian.

If you have reason to believe that a child under the age of 13 has provided Personal Information to us without parental consent, please contact us using any of the methods described in the “How to Contact Us” section of this Privacy Policy, and we will endeavor to delete that data from our systems.

For children located in jurisdictions within the EU, we comply with the age limits applicable in each Member State.  In these instances, the references above to the age of 13 will be deemed to be references to the age limits applicable in each Member State.  Where this Privacy Policy refers to consent, this will require the consent of a parent or legal guardian in relation to any person under the age limits applicable in each Member State.

12. Storing Data

Personal Information collected by Sensei may be stored and processed in the region in which it is collected, in the United States, and in any other region where we maintain major operations.  We maintain offices in Santa Monica, California, and Lanai, Hawaii.  We take steps to ensure that the data we collect under this Privacy Policy is stored and processed in accordance with this Privacy Policy regardless of where the data is located.  By providing Personal Information in connection with the Services, you acknowledge and agree that such Personal Information may be transferred from your current location to the offices and servers of Sensei and our authorized third party service providers located in the United States.  Our practice when transferring Personal Information is to rely on standard data protection contract clauses or individual consent.

We retain Personal Information for as long as necessary to provide the Services and fulfill the transactions you have requested, or for other necessary purposes such as complying with our legal obligations, resolving disputes and enforcing our agreements.  Because these factors vary for different types of Personal Information, actual retention periods may vary.  The criteria we use to determine the appropriate retention periods include:

  • How long is the Personal Information needed to provide the Services? This is the baseline for most data retention periods.
  • Do users expect that we will retain the Personal Information until they affirmatively remove it? For example, if a user is able to directly access, edit or remove the Personal Information at any time, we may maintain the data until the user affirmatively removes it.
  • Is the Personal Information of a sensitive type? If so, we will generally apply a shortened data retention period.
  • Has the user provided consent for a longer retention period? If so, we will retain the data in accordance with the user’s consent.
  • Are we subject to a legal, contractual or similar obligation to retain the Personal Information? If so, we will retain the data in accordance with those obligations.

13. State Privacy Rights

This section supplements our Privacy Policy with additional information for residents of states that have adopted privacy laws giving their residents certain rights with respect to the personal information we collect.  Effective July 1, 2024, comprehensive privacy laws are in effect in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Virginia.  .  As noted above, we collect data that you provide directly when you register for or use the Services, user credentials that you supply directly when you register for or update your login information to use the Services, demographic data, payment data, device data, usage data, location data, information about your interests and preferences, third party integrations, and other third party data.  In accordance with the privacy laws adopted by these states, residents have the right to request that we disclose the following information about our collection and use of Personal Information over the twelve months prior to your request:

  • The categories of Personal Information we collect about you.
  • The categories of sources for the Personal Information we collect about you.
  • Our business or commercial purpose for collecting, selling or sharing that Personal Information.
  • The categories of third parties with whom we share that Personal Information.
  • The specific pieces of Personal Information collected about you.
  • If we disclosed your Personal Information for a business purpose, a list of the categories of Personal Information we have disclosed in the prior twelve months.
  • You have the right to correct any Personal Information we have about you that is inaccurate.
  • You also have the right to request that we delete any of your Personal Information. In some circumstances we may not be able to honor your request for deletion – for example, if we need to retain your information to protect the security or functionality of our operations, to service your account, or to comply with legal obligations.
  • You have the right to designate an authorized agent to make any of these requests on your behalf.

Oregon-specific Rights

In addition to the rights listed above, under the Oregon Consumer Privacy Act (“OCPA”), Oregon residents may request a list of specific third parties that have received from us either the resident’s specific personal data or the personal data.

California-specific Rights

In addition to the rights listed above, California has adopted the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CPPA”), which gives California consumers have the right to not be discriminated against because the consumer exercised any of the consumer’s rights under the CCPA.  That means that a company may not deny goods or services to the consumer, charge different rates for goods or services, or provide a different level or quality of goods or services if the consumer chooses to exercise their rights under the CCPA (unless the different rate or different level or quality is reasonably related to the value to the business of the consumer’s data). We will not deny you any Services or charge you a different price, level or quality of Services because you exercise any of your rights under the CCPA; however, we may not be able to provide the Services if you refuse to provide us the Personal Information that is necessary for us to provide the Services, or if you ask us to delete your Personal Information.

Additionally, CCPA regulations require us to disclose metrics for the previous calendar year regarding the requests we receive.  Those metrics are available at

  • Submitting a Data Request:
    • To submit a request regarding your Personal Information as described in this section, please contact us by calling this toll free number 866-588-3080, emailing us at
    • We are required to verify the identity of the individual requesting access to a consumer’s data or requesting deletion of a consumer’s data. To verify your identity, we will rely upon information we have previously collected about you, such as phone calls received from a known phone number or emails received from an known email.  We will also rely upon our personal relationship with our clients to verify the identity of a requester.
    • Only you, or a person that you authorize to act on your behalf, may make a request related to your personal information. In the case of access and deletion, your request must be verifiable before we can fulfill such request.
    • We will only use the personal information that you have provided in a verifiable request in order to verify your request. As stated above, we cannot respond to your request or provide you with personal information if we cannot verify your identity or authority.
  • Please note that we may charge a reasonable fee or refuse to act on a request if such request is excessive, repetitive, or manifestly unfounded.

Health Information

You may have additional rights with respect to Health Information under Washington’s My Health My Data Act or Nevada’s SB 370.  See Notice Regarding Health Information above.

We do not sell your Personal Information.

14. Additional Policies for Residents of EEA and UK

In addition to the other policies described in this Privacy Policy, residents of the EEA and UK are afforded the following additional rights and protections as required by the EU’s General Data Privacy Regulation (“GDPR”) and the UK’s Data Protection Act. The additional rights and protections set forth in this section of this Privacy Policy apply only to residents of the European Union or the EEA.  For ease of reference, when we refer to GDPR in this section, we are referring to the UK Data Protection Act, as well as the GDPR. For the purposes of the GDPR, Sensei is a “Controller” which means Sensei determines the purposes for which, and the manner in which, any Personal Information is Processed and used in its business.

GDPR Definitions

The following additional definitions apply to this Section of the Privacy Policy:

“Processor” means any Person Processing Personal Information.

“Person” means a natural person, corporation, association, organization, partnership, or other legal entity.

“Processing” is any activity that involves use of the Personal Information. It includes, without limitation, obtaining, recording or holding the Personal Information, or carrying out any operation or set of operations on the Personal Information including organizing, amending, retrieving, using, disclosing, erasing or destroying it. Processing also includes transferring Personal Information to third parties.

The legal basis for processing your Personal Information

In order to comply with the GDPR, we are required to set out the legal basis for the processing of your Personal Information. In accordance with the purposes for which we collect and use your Personal Information, as set out above, the legal basis for processing your Personal Information will typically be one of the following:

  • our own legitimate business interests, or the legitimate business interests of our Service Providers or our Third Party partners, promoters, affiliates, distributors, suppliers, vendors, and subcontractors, such as, for example, providing direct marketing to our customers of our products and services that we think would be of interest, permitting prospective employees to search and apply for job opportunities, handling inquiries from our promoters, affiliates, distributors, vendors, and customers, or other instances where we have carried out a legitimate interests assessment and have established an existing legitimate interest;
  • the performance of a contract that we have in place with you;
  • your consent, where appropriate; or
  • compliance with our legal obligations, including to meet national security or law enforcement requirements.
Where we store your Personal Information

The data that we collect from you is stored on our servers or on servers provided by cloud service providers. If you are a resident of the EEA, your Personal Information may be transferred within or outside the EEA to areas where privacy laws may be less strict than in the EEA. By submitting your Personal Information, you agree to this transfer, storing, and processing. We will take all steps reasonably necessary to ensure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

The transmission of information via the Internet is not completely secure. Although we take reasonable efforts to protect your Personal Information, we cannot guarantee the security of your data transmitted to our Site; any transmission is at your own risk. Once we have received your information, we will use strict procedures and security features to try to prevent unauthorized access.

How long we store your Personal Information

In some cases, there is a legal requirement to keep Personal Information for a minimum period of time. Except in those circumstances, we do not keep your Personal Information for any longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the Personal Information was collected or for which it is to be further processed.

Your rights with respect to your Personal Information

Subject to certain exceptions, you have the following rights with respect to your Personal Information:

  • To receive or access a copy of the Personal Information that we hold about you;
  • To request that any inaccurate or incomplete Personal Information be corrected or supplemented;
  • To have your Personal Information erased, unless we have a legitimate reason to retain the Personal Information (such as if we are required to do so for legal reasons); and
  • To ask us not to process your Personal Information for a particular purpose, including for marketing.

All of these rights are subject to certain conditions and exemptions. For example, we are not obligated to erase your Personal Information if we need to retain it to protect ourselves in the event of a legal claim.

To exercise any of these rights, please submit a written request to us using the contact information set forth below. The Company reserves the right to charge a fee in dealing with such a request as permitted by applicable law and regulations. You may also opt out of receiving additional marketing information by using the unsubscribe feature in any marketing email we send you.

15. Changes to This Privacy Policy

We may change this Privacy Policy from time to time to reflect changes in our business, the Services, or our practices and procedures.  If we do make changes, we will post any changes on this page and indicate the date on which the Privacy Policy was last revised.  We encourage you to review this Privacy Policy periodically, especially before you provide Personal Information directly to us through the Services.  Your continued use of the Services after any changes to this Privacy Policy are in effect constitutes your acceptance of the revised Privacy Policy.

16. How to Contact Us

Although we strive to make this Privacy Policy as comprehensive as possible, we know you may still have questions or concerns about how we collect, use and share data.  If you have a question, concern or complaint regarding our data privacy practices, you may contact us by any of the following methods:

By writing to us at 1119 Colorado Ave, Suite 18, Santa Monica, CA 90401, attention Tim P. Chun.

By sending an email to; or

By calling us at 866-588-3080.

Last Updated:  May 21, 2024