Privacy Policy

This website privacy policy was last updated on April 10, 2020.

We reserve the right to modify this privacy policy and related terms of service at any time and without prior notice by posting updated text on this site. By visiting our site you agree to the collection and use of information as described in this policy as well as our Terms and Conditions listed at the bottom of this page.

How We Protect Your Privacy

First of all we collect very little personal information. Most of the time it’s nothing more than your First Name and email address.

We may be required to share information with government agencies or various departments of law enforcement.

We will not sell any of your personal information including but not limited to Email Addresses unless it is part of a package sale of one of our websites or business properties. In such a case the new owner would be entitled to this information as part of the company financial records.

Email Opt-in / Opt-out

We use the Single Opt-In method with our email auto responder. If you provide us with your email address because you want to receive information from us, our newsletters or a free or paid product or report you will be added to our mailing list and receive periodic emails from us to just stay in touch or provide you with information about products that we market for ourselves or others and we feel you may be interested in.

We will provide an unsubscribe / opt-out link at the bottom of each email to automatically remove you from our mailing list should you decide that you no longer want to receive emails from us. If you have signed up for more than one offer you may need to unsubscribe from more than one list. Also if you provided us with more than one email address you will need to opt-out from each one separately.

Specific Information We May Collect

We may collect and save in our own database or a trusted third party vendors database any information that you provide to us in any web form, email or survey on any of our web sites or through any of our other business properties. This may include any information we receive from you in any and all other methods of communication including but not limited to: telephone, written letter, paper survey, video communication, text message, person to person or any form of communication analog or digital including any method not as yet invented or currently in use.

This information may consist of public or private information about you and/or anyone you associate with. Your are free to not answer any question we may ask. In fact we encourage you not to answer any question or provide any information you feel uncomfortable sharing.

We collect much of this information for the purpose of serving you better. If we know what you’re interested in and not interested in then we can provide you with information and products that may be helpful to you and not waste your time with irrelevant information.

Aggregate Information We May Collect

We may collect various aggregate information primarily from our third party vendors. This information used to track the overall behavior of our audience. For instance we can see how many people visit different pages on our sites, what links they click on, how they got to our site, if they were referred to us by another site. Our servers like everyone else's also collect the IP Address you logged on from, the type of device you are using, the operating system you are using and screen size, the length of time you spend on each page and how long you stay before you bounce to another site.

Here's a short video by Google that explains Cookies.

How We Use Cookies 

When you visit one of our sites one or more cookies may be placed on your hard drive by your browser. They may be placed there by us to track your behavior on our site or by our third party vendors such as Google, Double Click, Facebook, Amazon, Bing, Yahoo, AdRoll or any number of other web services for the purpose of analytics. Cookies can be disabled in your web browser but doing so may affect the operation of some sites.

If you want to disable cookies we provide more information in the “Tracking Opt Out” section below.

Children Under 13

We will in no way make any attempt to market to anyone under the age of 13 nor will we use any techniques to try to have them persuade their parents or guardians to purchase anything or take any specific action.

Links to Third Party Sites

Since each of our third party vendors and associates each have their own Privacy Policies and Terms of Service we’re providing you with list of our primary third party vendors so you can read their Legal Policies if you so desire. This list is “NOT” all inclusive. It contains third party sites that we deal with on a regular basis. It doesn’t contain our advertisers, affiliates or misc. sites that may be linked to us. As a consumer it is your responsibility to check the policies of any sites you visit. We are providing this list to you as a convenience only.

Google , Facebook, Yahoo, Bing, DoubleClick, AdRoll, GetResponse and GoDaddy


At times we buy various forms of advertising on Facebook. In order to do so efficiently and keep our ad costs as low as possible we use the various tools that Facebook provides to target a specific audience. Facebook gathers a great deal of information about the likes and preferences of all its members. While they don’t share this information with anyone about any specific individual their system uses an aggregate of this information to allow advertisers to pick a very specific demographic to show advertising to. Some of the variables advertisers can use may be but are not limited to: age, sex, marital status, home ownership or renter, anything you have “Liked” on Facebook such as a particular Personality or magazine, TV show, where you live, your occupation and on and on. Some estimate that Facebook collects as many as 1,500 different “data points” or types of information about its members.

If you want to opt out of this we provide more information in the “Tracking Opt Out” section below.

Google Analytics

Google in conjunction with Double Click collects and saves individual search and behavioral information which it then aggregates and provides to web sites. We have tracking code on our sites to provide Google with this information. We then use this aggregated information to analyze and use in targeting specific segments of the population for content and advertising purposes. Some of this information may pertain to but is not limited to the following: Location, gender, age, political views and affiliations, income levels, interests, keyword searches, sites visited, etc.

If you want to opt out of this we provide more information in the “Tracking Opt Out” section below.

Google Adwords

At times we may use Google Adwords to advertise our site or products. If we do we will be using the above information to help us reach our target markets.

If you want to opt out of this we provide more information in the “Tracking Opt Out” section below.

Tracking Pixels

We make use of Tracking Pixel Code on many of our pages to track which pages you have visited and to provide our email auto responder services and advertising suppliers with the information in order to track and target advertising and aid us in our email marketing programs.

If you want to opt out of this we provide more information in the “Tracking Opt Out” section below.

Nevada Privacy Rights

Nevada residents have the right to receive information identifying all third party companies that we may have disclosed personal information pertaining to you and your family within the last year for their direct marketing use and a description of the personal information disclosed. Please e-mail your request to: Please allow 30 days for a response.

Tracking Opt-Out

Below is some information on how to opt out of various tracking methods as well as a list of links to various sites and pages to aid you in the process.

You can go here to learn how to disable cookies on most web browsers:

You can install “Protect My Choices” browser extensions for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome browsers to help you maintain your opt-out preferences. Learn more at:

DoubleClick opt-out page:

To opt out of Google’s use of cookies visit their Ad Preferences Manager at:

You can opt-out of many third party sites cookies through Network Advertising Initiative’s opt-out page at:

Find out more about Google privacy policies, its DoubleClick DART cookie and interest-based advertising, go to

To opt out of interest-based ads by Google, follow Google’s opt-out instructions at: .

Changes Our Privacy Policy:

This website privacy policy was last updated on April 10th, 2020.

We reserve the right to modify this privacy policy and related terms of service at any time and without notice by posting updated text on this site.

Sparks Fitness Equipment

14733 Inwood Road
Dallas, TX 75001 USA