TLFCB Private Limited and The Lewis Foundation of Classical Ballet are committed to protecting your privacy and ensuring a safe online experience. We try not to collect or post personal information about individuals except when you willingly register on our site, place an order, subscribe to our newsletter, respond to a survey, fill out a form or participate in a contest. When ordering or registering on our site, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your personal details like name, email address, mailing address, phone number or more.
This information is not transferred or sold to any third party unless otherwise stated or with the approval of the user. However, this does not include trusted third parties who assist us with online operations. The personal information might be released in compliance with laws or rules by the government.
The information collected can be used to personalise your experience, cater to your individual needs, to improve our collaterals (online and offline), to improve customer service, to send periodic emails, respond to enquiries or other questions. Any photograph, video or recording of any student will not be used without good reason and without proper consent.
We implement all possible security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information. However, we are not responsible for the authenticity of the personal information supplied to us by any individual or company.
TLFCB Private Limited and The Lewis Foundation of Classical Ballet reserves the right to make changes to the policies or its content at any given point of time, without prior notice. The rights to the content on this website resides with TLFCB Private Limited and The Lewis Foundation of Classical Ballet and is at its sole discretion. Any type of content or visuals available on the websites cannot be used in any form without explicit permission from The Lewis Foundation of Classical Ballet. Any reproduction of any information, with or without any modification is prohibited without explicit written permission and shall amount to violation of copyright and would be treated as an illegal act.