ON THIS PAGE, WE EXPLAIN HOW WE CONTROL PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION.
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The Methods We Use to Collect Your Personal Data
When you visit the Site, we may obtain information about you. We may collect information about you in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to: (1) information you voluntarily provide to us; (2) information we automatically collect while you use the Site; and (3) other information, such as information about the device used to access the Site, your geographic location, and information obtained from social networking services or other third-party integrations.
We may use the data we collect to identify you as an individual, either on its own or in combination with other data. Personal information may include, but is not limited to, your name, address, phone number, and birth date. Please be aware that even if you choose to use your browser’s private browsing settings, this policy may still apply.
The Data You Share with Us
Registrant or User Information
If you want to register with our site, we may ask for information about you in order to provide you with certain services. Among the possibilities:
(b) Date of birth
(c) Mailing address
(e) Password (where applicable)
(f) Phone number
In the course of using the Site, we may collect other information that you freely give us (such as comments that you post). Additionally, we may acquire information about you through other means, such as voluntary surveys, social networking platforms, verification services, data services, as well as public sources, such as government databases. We may use this information to create a more complete profile for you.
Sender’s Email Address
Your email address may be collected by us, but only if you choose to give it to us. For example, if you join up for an email newsletter or participate in a promotion, this may happen. Occasionally, we may send you emails about the Site or other products or services that we think you might find interesting. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Clicking on the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of each email will let you remove yourself from further email correspondence. Additionally, your email address will be shared with our technology provider, who may contact you from time to time if there are account or security issues with your account.
Data Collected by Means of Computer-Aided Data Processing
Data Processors (such as the Facebook Pixel or Pinterest Tag) may be used to automatically link your personal information with your user profiles on those sites at various points on our site. It is possible that we may use their advertising networks to distribute our content in the future despite not having access to your personal information.
Third-party data processors and marketers may also use automatic data collecting tools to acquire information about you when you visit our Site.
- (a) Information on how people use our site, such as the number of visitors, the location of those visitors, and other statistics.
- A computer’s operating system, browser, or IP address are all examples of identifying information that could be included in this category.
- When you click on a link or forward a message, your email provider collects information about your actions. (c)
- d) Information on a person’s demographics, including any data that can be used to identify them.
In order to provide you with a better user experience, we may combine data that is automatically obtained with data that we acquire in other ways (such as data collected via an email opt-in).
Cookies, flash cookies, web beacons, and Google Analytics are some of the technologies we utilize for this automatic data collection.
When a web server sends a cookie to the browser, the browser stores the identifier (string of letters and numbers) in the cookie file. Each time a page from the server is requested, the browser sends the identification back to the server. Both “permanent” cookies and “session” cookies are available. Web browsers retain persistent cookies, which remain valid until their set expiration date unless erased by the user before the expiration date; session cookies, on the other hand, expire when a user’s web browser is closed.
There is normally no personal information in cookies, but we may be able to relate information saved in and retrieved from cookies to personal information that we have about you. Cookies serve the following functions for us:
- To identify you when you browse and explore our website, we use (a) authentication; (b) cookies;
- as well as (b) the status of your account on our website.
- In order to tailor the website to your individual tastes and preferences, we use “c” personalisation.
- Our website and services are protected by (d) security measures, which include preventing the fraudulent use of login credentials;
- Advertisement – to show you ads that are relevant to your interests; and
- (f) analysis – to assist us better understand how our website and services are being used and how they are performing.
If you don’t want to accept or delete cookies, you may do so in most browsers. Depending on the browser and the version, there are a variety of ways to accomplish this. To learn how to delete or prevent cookies, refer to the documentation that came with your browser. The functionality of many websites, including this one, may be adversely affected if cookies are prevented from being stored on your computer. You may no longer be able to use some of the Site’s features.
First-party cookies are those that are created by the website that you are viewing. Behavioral advertising and analytics typically use third-party cookies, which are created by a domain other than the one you’re on at the time of your visit. Other comparable technologies (collectively referred to as “Tags”) may be used by third parties to track user interactions with advertising material and to better target and optimize advertising on the website. You can erase your browser’s cache and block both first- and third-party cookies in any internet browser. “Help” in the menu bar on most browsers explains how to stop accepting new cookies, receive notification of new cookies, disable existing cookies and clean your browser’s cache. Visit https://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/ for more information about cookies and how to disable them.
You may not be able to access all of the Website’s content and services if you do not accept cookies. Please be aware that disabling cookies will not exclude adverts from appearing on our site. You will still view non-personalized adverts on the Website even if you opt out of the service.
Cookies are used by the Website to collect the following information when displaying tailored advertisements:
- The Internet Protocol (IP) address
- a model of the operating system
- The version of the operating system
- Type of Electronic Equipment
- The website’s language is
- Type of web browser
Sending an electronic mail (in hashed form)
Additionally, Dollar Dosh may link this information to other end user data that the partner has obtained on their own for the purpose of delivering more relevant adverts. To provide interest-based advertising across your online experience, Dollar Dosh may also gather data from other sources such as advertising IDs or pixels and correlate that data to data obtained from DollarDosh publishers. This data consists of a variety of things, such as information about how a user interacts with adverts and websites, information about their physical location, traffic data, and information about the website that referred them. Using Dollar Dosh’s unique IDs, it is possible to segment an audience for the purposes of serving relevant advertisements.
Visit Opt Out – NAI: Network Advertising Initiative for additional information on this practice and your options for opting in or out of data gathering. To understand more about interest-based advertising, check out http://optout.aboutads.info/# and http://optout.networkadvertising.org/#. On YourAdChoices.com, you can opt out of mobile apps by downloading the AppChoices app, or you can utilize the controls on your phone to opt out.
To learn more about Dollar Dosh and the data they gather, as well as their data collection and privacy practices, please visit this link.
How We Protect Your Personal Data
We’ve taken steps to keep your personal information safe from unauthorized access or disclosure. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology is used to encrypt all confidential information you send to us before it is stored on our secure servers. Encryption protects the transmission of sensitive data back and forth between a web server and a client.
Data transfer via the internet, unfortunately, isn’t always fully safe and secure. Your personal information is safe with us, but we cannot ensure its security when it is transmitted over the Internet. You are solely responsible for any and all transmissions of personal information. Site security and privacy settings are not under our control, and we are not liable for any violations of those settings or safeguards.
What We Do With Your Personal Data
It is essential to the Site’s functionality that we collect user information. When it comes to examples:
(a) We use the information you give us, along with the information we gather automatically, to run, maintain, improve, and provide all of the Site’s features, as well as to enable third parties to provide personalized content, goods, and services suggestions.
(b) We utilize the information you give us to better understand and analyze how you interact with the Site. This enables us to improve the user experience across different devices, develop new features and functionality, and enhance fraud detection and information security.
This includes contacting you for administrative reasons, such as customer service, inquiring about content you’ve posted on the Site or contacting you about third-party products or services. We may also use your email address or other personal information to send you promotional messages, offers, or materials related to the Site or the third parties we work with. There are many ways to unsubscribe from DollarDosh’s promotional mailings, including by clicking on the links provided in the messages or by emailing us directly at [email protected]
In order to provide personalized services or recommendations, such as remembering your information so that you don’t have to re-enter it during a return visit to the Site; (b) provide personalized advertisements or content across your devices; (c) analyze the effectiveness of Site or third-party marketing activities; (d) monitor aggregate site usage metrics such as the total number of visitors, pages viewed, and session duration; (e)
When We Disclose Your Personal Data
As a result, a third party may have access to your information if we utilize third-party plugins (WordPress plugins) to provide additional functionality on our Site. We have no control over how third parties use your data and cannot be held liable for their privacy practices.
When you use the Site, you’ll be able to use third-party social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter. The social networking services you use to share our content with your friends and family may be able to collect information about you if you use these third-party services listed on the Site. In line with their own privacy policies, these third-party social networking services may also notify your friends about your use of the Site.
We are not supporting the content or practices of these third-party websites or services by connecting to them or using their services. We recommend you to be aware of any third-party links and to read the privacy policies linked with each website you visit. Contact the advertiser directly if you have questions about an ad or other tailored content.
Except as required by law, we do not disclose any information that could be used to identify you.
The Control You Have Over Your Personal Data
The Site may not be able to deliver some of its features and increased functionalities if you choose not to share some information with us. When it comes to examples:
The “unsubscribe” option at the bottom of each email can be used if you no longer wish to receive email offers or newsletters from us. Our active user database instantly removes your request to unsubscribe, but we may need to keep some information you provide for a variety of reasons, including backups and archiving and preventing subsequent emails from reaching your mailbox.
Third-party Data Processors require that we give links to their respective opt-out pages, and those pages, as well as any additional opt-out pages we may employ, are noted here.
(a) Facebook: Opt-Out
(b) Google: Opt-Out
(c) Google Analytics: Opt-Out
(d) Google Retargeting: Opt-Out
Disclosures and Additional Information
Visitors from Other Countries
Site visitors from the United States are the only ones who will have access to it because it is based in the United States. This website caters solely to the needs of the United States market in terms of content and third-party products and services featured. Your personal information will be transferred and processed in the United States if you use the Site.
Remember that the rules and regulations governing the protection of your personal information in the United States may differ from those in your home country.
Compliance with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (COPPA)
COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act) criteria have been met. A person under the age of 13 is not allowed to submit any information to our website without parental consent. All of our offerings are intended for those who are at least 13 years old. Anyone under the age of 18 should only use our website, products, and services with parental consent and supervision, according to our policy.
Don’t follow up on signals.
A “Do Not Track” feature is available in several browsers to safeguard customers when they explore the web. In the absence of a standardized response to DNT, webmasters must improvise. The site does not respond to Do Not Track consumer browser settings or like signals because there are no such standards in place.
In the Event of a Sale or Merger
A divestment, merger, consolidation, sale of assets, or bankruptcy of Dollardosh may necessitate the transfer or assignment of user information that we have collected.