Protecting your privacy is one or our main priorities and we take serious measures to safeguard it. This guide will give you a clear understanding of what personal data we collect about you when you interact with our app or web services, what we do with it and the steps we take to protect it.
Who are we
We are SaleTag, a sole trading company in the UK. We are the controller of your data and are responsible for protecting it. All references in this policy to “we”, “us”, or “our” refer to SaleTag or sites owned by SaleTag.
The information we collect
Depending upon the device you are using and the services you are interacting with, we may collect and store the following information:
- Email address
- Full name
- Profile picture
- IP Address
- Location Information
- Information about your computer or mobile device
- Browser you used
How we collect personal data
We obtain personal data when you interact or engage with our services. If you register to become a member of SaleTag, we will store your email and password. If you decide to register using social medias such as, facebook, twitter, instagram etc, you will be given option to choose what information you want to share with us. We usually require your publicly available information such as your email address, full name and profile picture.
We log your IP address with every request. We use it to check if you are a genuine and legitimate user and not bot, spammer or a past abuser of our site. This ensures smooth operations of our services and faster processing of your requests.
How we use your data
We use your personal data for legitimate site uses only. We keep it to bare minimum, only collect what’s needed for our services to function properly. We use your personal information to perform the following tasks:
- authenticate you
- identify your browser and device to serve content suitable for the device.
- to determine what offers, information are relevant to you
- to recognise you when you when you return to our site or app
- generate statistics about our user size and their usage patterns
- analyze user actions to generate aggregate reports.
- identify trends, popular products and offers
- understand how users interact with our website and app
- communicate with you
- detect and prevent potential fraud, unauthorized access or illegal activities
- notify you about changes to our services
Disclosure of personal data
We may share your personal data with the following third parties for the reasons set out below:
- Affiliate networks to track sales originating from our websites or app.
- Mail service provider to send and receive mail from you
- Google Analytics to analyse how users interact with our services
- Third parties to whom you explicitly ask us to send your information
- Law enforcement and governmental agencies in response to a verified request
- Other websites or app owned by SaleTag
Personal data transfer outside EEA
Some of the third parties that we share your data with are located outside the European Economic Area (“EEA”). As a result, some of your personal data may be transferred to, and stored at, a place outside the EEA jurisdiction. But you can rest assured that before we share data with third parties we make sure that they protect your data in the exact same way they would require to protect if they were based within the EEA.
Protect of your personal data is a one of our top priorities. We have put in place industry standard security measures to prevent accidental data loss and unauthorized access.
You have the right to:
- Request a copy of your personal data we hold about you.
- Request us to rectify any incomplete or inaccurate data we hold about you.
- Request us to completely erase all information we hold about you.
- Restrict us from processing your data if you believe it is being used inappropriately.
- Ask us to transfer your data to a third party.
To learn about cookies and how we use it on our site, please visit this link: https://www.saletag.co.uk/cookies
Contact and complaints
You have the right to complain at any time to us or to the Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”). We would however, appreciate it greatly if you gave us the chance to resolve your concerns before your approach the ICO.
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