Privacy Policy

We respect your privacy

We don’t spam, we don’t spew, and we don’t sell your email to those who do. We will never share your personal information, including and similar to your name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address with anyone outside our company.  Ever.

External Sites

Please do your own research as you are fully responsible for the actions you take and the information you share on websites we might link you to. We share resources such as apps suggestions, links to professionals and services you may want to connect with and other information to support your personal development. We usually link to well-established sites and companies such as Fast Company, Real Simple, and Well+Good. But, from time to time, we may link to sites we don’t know that well, but who, on the surface, seems legit. It’s YOUR responsibility to read the privacy policy of any website before sharing your personal information with them.

Newsletter data

To send our newsletter we request your first name and an e-mail address. Once you verify, you are consenting to receive our newsletter, which you can unsubscribe from using the “Unsubscribe”-link in the newsletter at any time. Data entered to set up the subscription will be deleted if you unsubscribe. Should these data have been transmitted to us for other purposes and elsewhere, they will remain with us.


A “cookie” is a small data text file that allows Vurb Magazine to recognize you each time you visit us (customization etc.). Cookies themselves do not contain any personal information, and Vurb Magazine does not use cookies to collect personal information. You have the option to set your browser to refuse all or some browser cookies or to alert you when websites set or access cookies. If you disable or refuse cookies, please note that some parts of this Site may become inaccessible or not function properly.

Remember The Risks When Using The Internet

While we do our best to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee the security of any information that you transmit to Vurb Magazine. People get really creative in their efforts to scam us all and hacking is a fact of our digital life. Even governments and large organizations such as Facebook are not immune to hacking. The internet can be used for good (and we soooo want to be part of that) but it can also be used by bad actors whose intentions are not on the up and up. We cannot predict what fresh new methods these bad actors may use to get your data from us or other sites you may use. Bottom line, you are solely responsible for maintaining the secrecy of any passwords or other account info, and we cannot be held liable if we’re hacked.

Contact us

If you encounter a problem on our site or would like to bring another website-related matter to our attention, please email us.