Website Information Privacy Protection Statement
Purpose of processing
Cash Back collects and processes information about visitors to its website when a visitor has filled out enquiry forms or signed up for e-mail alerts and/or by using cookies.
Cash Back will use this personal data in accordance with the purpose set forth in this Information Privacy Protection Statement and is committed to safeguarding the personal data collected.
Cash Back will comply with local data protection laws and Cash Back’s Internal Good Working Practices regarding international transfer of personal data, as amended from time to time.
What are cookies?
What does Cash Back do with the cookies?
Cash Back uses the cookies for various reasons:
- to study how users or groups of users use the website, so that Cash Back can improve their website
- to be able to better inform you of Cash Back services
- to analyse data for research and statistics
- to improve the website, making it easier for you to find what you are looking for
- to remember your setting and preferences, this makes your subsequent visits to the website easier.
How can I accept cookies?
You can accept cookies by clicking the accept and close button on the home page of the Cash Back website. Once you have accepted it, the next time that you visit the website, the cookie pop-up will not be showed.
What am I accepting if I accept cookies?
If you accept, you are accepting all cookies used on this website.
Can I reject cookies?
If you do not wish to accept cookies, you have to change the settings of your internet browser to block all cookies.
How long will cookies be stored?
Cookies will expire after two years.
Important Information about Phishing
Phishing is a process used by fraudsters in an attempt to acquire your confidential information by sending out emails advertising fake job vacancies or other kinds of messages that direct you to bogus websites or phone lines. These emails or messages claim to be from a particular company, so they often look legitimate. These messages are actually sent by fraudsters, often at random. Any information you disclose on these bogus websites or phone lines is captured by the fraudsters.
Cash Back may contact you from time to time, but this communication will not usually ask you to enter your personal details either by email, text message or on the website. You can protect yourself by treating any unsolicited emails or calls that ask for confidential information with suspicion and/or contact your Cash Back office for confirmation.
Cash Back does not seek to collect sensitive personal data (such as data revealing political opinions, religious beliefs, health or other matters) through this website. Please note that, by providing Cash Back with unsolicited sensitive personal data you (explicitly) consent to our use of said data as described above.
Third party information
Please note that this Website Information Privacy Protection does not extend to third party sites linked to this website and/or to third party sites linked from this website.
How to affect your rights; how to contact Cash Back
If you do not wish to receive any messages from Cash Back, you can contact us via our online question form or via regular email: email@example.com
If you have any questions about this Website Information Privacy Protection Statement, our data processing activities or your dealings with the Cash Back website, you can contact us via our online question form or via regular email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cash Back reserves the right to change (sections of) this Website Information Privacy Protection at any time and without notice. It is therefore recommended that you review this Website Information Privacy Protection Statement periodically for changes.