When you use our website and mobile applications, we get information from you in a number of different ways (“Service”).
(a) Personal Information: Anything that may be used to identify you as an individual is considered personal information. When you directly provide us personal information, as when you open an account, complete a form, or make a purchase, we may be able to obtain it. Your name, email address, phone number, and any other details you want to offer are the kinds of personal information we may gather.
(b) Non-Personal Information: Any information that cannot be used to identify you specifically is considered non-personal information. When you use the Service, we may automatically collect non-personal information about you, including your IP address, device type, operating system, browser type and version, and the Service pages you view. We may also gather data on how you use the service, including the time and date of your visits as well as the actions you do there.
We utilise the data we have about you for the following things:
(a) To offer and maintain the Service: We use the data we gather to offer and maintain the Service and to make sure it is operating as it should.
(b) To customise your experience: We use the data we gather to customise your use of the Service, for example, by showing you material that is relevant to your interests.
(c) To contact with you: We may use the data we gather to get in touch with you, such as by sending you service updates or answering your questions.
(d) Examining and comprehending how the Service is used We study and understand how the Service is utilised using the data we gather, and we apply this understanding to enhance the Service.
(e) For marketing and advertising purposes: We may use the data we gather for marketing and advertising functions, such as sending you marketing materials or serving you with relevant advertisements.
(f) Legal basis for processing: In some circumstances, such as when you choose to receive our marketing messages, we may handle your information with your consent.
In other instances, we could claim our legitimate interests as justification for processing your information, such as when it comes to running and maintaining the Service or researching and comprehending how it is used.
Your personal information is not sold to any parties. But there are several situations in which we could divulge your information to third parties:
(a) Service Providers: We could disclose your information to outside companies that help us out with things like hosting the Service, data analysis, and customer support. Your information may only be used by these service providers in accordance with confidentiality agreements and as required to carry out their services for us.
(c) Legal Requirements: We may release your information if obliged to do so by law or if we have a good-faith belief that doing so is necessary to comply with a court order, to uphold our legal rights or the legal rights of others, or to stop harm from occuring.
We are concerned about the security of your information and have taken the necessary precautions to guard it from unauthorised access, use, or disclosure. Among the safeguards we employ to guard your information are:
We save your information on secure servers that are guarded by firewalls and other security measures (a).
(a) Encryption: We employ encryption to safeguard sensitive data, including financial data, during transmission.
(c) Access Controls: We only allow employees, contractors, and service providers that require access to access your information to carry out their job functions. These people are obligated to maintain secrecy, and breaking their commitments might result in disciplinary action, such as termination or legal action.
Despite these precautions, it’s vital to keep in mind that no form of electronic storage or communication via the Internet is 100% safe. Your information’s complete security is not something we can guarantee.
User Rights and Choices
You have the following rights in relation to your information:
(a) Right of Access: You are entitled to ask to see the data we have gathered on you. Use the details shown in the “Contact Us” section below to get in touch with us and submit this request.
(b) Right to Error Correction: You have the right to ask us to rectify any information we hold about you that you consider to be incorrect. Use the details shown in the “Contact Us” section below to get in touch with us and submit this request.
(c) Right to Erasure: You have the right to ask us to erase any data we may hold on you. Use the details shown in the “Contact Us” section below to get in touch with us and submit this request. Please be aware that there are some situations in which we may not be able to erase your information, such as when we must keep it for legal reasons.
(d) Right to Opt-Out: You have the option to refuse the use of your information for certain purposes, including marketing communications. You can make use of this privilege by modifying your privacy settings or by according to the communication’s opt-out guidelines.
(e) Right to Object: If we are processing your information based on our legitimate interests, you have the right to object. If you raise such a concern, we will cease using your data unless we can show that there is a compelling reason to continue using it that outweighs your rights, interests, and freedoms.
(f) Right to Request Restrictions on Processing: In some situations, such as when you feel the information is erroneous or when you disagree with the processing because it is in our best interests, you have the right to ask that we place restrictions on how we use your information. If you make such a request, we will only use your information for those specific purposes, such as to establish, exercise, or defend legal claims or for legal compliance.
(g) Right to Data Portability: You have the right to ask us to send the information we hold about you in a structured, machine-readable format to you or to another entity.
By getting in touch with us using the details included in the “Contact Us” section below, you can exercise these rights. Please be aware that before completing your request, we might need to confirm your identity. Although we’ll do our best to react to your request right away, it could take us up to 30 days to do so.
Regarding the gathering and use of your information, you may also choose from the options listed below:
You may modify your browser’s settings to accept or reject cookies or to get a notification when a cookie is transmitted.
(a) Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies. You may also change the settings on your mobile device to prevent tracking technology from being utilised for commercial gain. Please be aware that if you opt to turn off cookies or tracking technology, some Service features might not be accessible.
(b) Marketing Communications: By following the opt-out procedures included in the message, you can choose not to receive marketing communications from us. You may decide whether you get marketing emails from us by modifying your privacy settings.
(c) Location Information: You can change the settings on your device to decide whether or not the Service will collect and utilise your location information.
(d) Advertising: You have control over whether you receive personalised adverts on the Service by modifying your privacy settings. You may also choose not to get targeted advertisements from certain ad networks by going to the Network Advertising Initiative’s or the Digital Advertising Alliance’s opt-out page.