Privacy Policy

International Research Promotion is very much concerned about the policy for protecting users’ personal information.

Users can browse and view International Research Promotion web site without providing any personal information. Registering in the International Research Promotion website and uploading bio-data, telephone number, email ID, etc. are completely voluntary. Third parties are not allowed to see users’ personal information, unless otherwise approved by the users.  As per the principle of this organization, we never share or sell any personal data to anybody. We try to provide all possible cyber-security measures (normal measures) to protect all the information of the users. But the reality is that no website is 100% hacking proof. Therefore, this organization will not be responsible for any loss/theft of data, personal information, email ID, password, etc. and any kind of subsequent losses arising from these hacking, theft etc. Users are strongly advised to set the password as strong as possible by using combination of alpha-numeric-special characters. Users are also strongly requested to use the password separate from the passwords of their credit card, bank, email ID, etc.

International Research Promotion may contact registered members from time to time to let them know information that may be of interest. Members may opt out from receiving such email when registering as a member, or at any time thereafter by responding to such an email or contacting customer services.

Confidentiality Policy

IRP respects the confidentiality of research. IRP receives unpublished manuscripts detailing pioneering research and ideas from the best researchers and universities around the world, and IRP understands the confidentiality risks associated with submitting unpublished work.

We adhere to a privacy policy that guarantees 100% confidentiality and allows researchers worldwide to submit their work to us with complete confidence.

Measures to prevent information disclosure

We provide SSL/TLS encryption to ensure the secure transmission of all your information when you place an order, including your payment details. The strength of encryption used will usually be 256-bit or higher. We recommend using the latest version of your web browser software to ensure that strong encryption is supported by your browser. You accept responsibility for ensuring the activation of the security features of your browser or computer that enable it to communicate your information securely to our Site.

All our employees and contractors have signed confidentiality agreements and will not make any client information available to anyone outside IRP, unless authorized in writing by the client.

Your personal information (name, address, email address, contact number, etc.) will never be made available to any outside party.

All documents submitted are managed through a secure online job management system; your documents can only be viewed by your customer service manager, the editors/publication experts working on your assignment, or any other authorized personnel within IRP.

On request, we will also sign a confidentiality agreement with you before you submit your data to us.

Information on orders received is retained after the order is completed for legal purposes, including tax, audit, and corporate records, and may also be used for customer service and order fulfillment purposes where several orders are in some way similar or related, for example, being chapters of the same manuscript or thesis, a sequel, etc.

When you pay by PayPal, or another electronic payment service (e-payment service), we provide information as required by the system, including your order number and the amount and currency of payment required, to the e-payment service you select.

Banks and e-payment services may monitor financial activity for legal reasons or to ensure compliance with their terms of service to you and to us. Therefore, we may occasionally provide additional details regarding your order or transaction for these purposes upon request.

Legal Responsibilities

International Research Promotion reserves the authority to disclose members’ personal information if required to do so by law, or in the belief that such action is logically necessary to comply with legal process, respond to claims, or protect the rights, property or safety of International Research Promotion, employees or members.