Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

In order to ensure the safety and meaningful growth and discussions on this site, please note that Lightning Path (LP) takes all necessary precautions to ensure your data is safe and secure. However, you should know that no company, no matter how large, will be able to guarantee that your data will not be hacked and exposed. For this reason, we are advising that you should never assume your information is private, whether it is posting or sharing information on the LP site or anywhere else. We ask that you keep this in mind when posting personal information when responding or sharing information in the self assessments, or responding or sharing information in the online forums. If you are concerned about privacy, use a pseudonym for this site and use Protonmail or a similarly secure and encrypted service for your email.

Who sees my data?

The only persons that can access data from your assessment(s) are you and the LP administrators (Mike Sosteric and Gina Ratkovic). However, if you choose to retain individual services from one of our trained Connection Life Coaches (CLC), only when we have received your written or verbal informed consent and payment for services, will your information be available to your CLC.  Your CLC will only use your personal assessment information to assist them as they guide you through your education and connection coaching. All CLC’s are required to sign confidentiality agreements and to adhere to the LP ethical policies and practices.

How long do you keep my information on your server?

LP will store your information on the server indefinitely unless you request to have your information removed. You can request the deletion of your personal data at any time by emailing [email protected]

If you should ever need to change your online username, you can request your username be changed at any time by emailing [email protected]

The Lightning Path does not track credit card information. We use a third party (Paypal) to handle bank and credit card transactions.

Breaching Privacy

The only time LP would ever breach your privacy is if you shared any information that led us to believe that you are in danger or in harms way, or that you yourself is a danger or causing harm to another living being, or if have disclosed that you know of a vulnerable person who is in danger or in harms way e.g. anyone under the age of 19 years, disabled, and or elderly/in-firmed.

 

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