1. Log Files
Like many other Web sites, IZE Wallets makes use of log files. The information inside the log files includes internet protocol ( IP ) addresses, type of browser, Internet Service Provider ( ISP ), date/time stamp, referring/exit pages, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user’s movement around the site, and gather demographic information. IP addresses, and other such information are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable.
2. Cookies and Web Beacons
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IZE Wallets has no access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers.
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Please also read our Terms and Conditions.
The changes and additions are as follows:
Who is collecting the data?
Your data is being collected and stored by Genesis GG20 Ltd BVI, the website on which you are reading this is a trading name of Genesis GG20 Ltd BVI.
What data is being collected?
We are collecting and storing data that you enter on Affiliate, Customer and website User Application Forms.
Some data is also collected on “website contact forms”.
Some of the “data input forms” are very simplistic in nature and some are more complex. We may ask for more detailed information about who you are (your full name), your full address, your date of birth, your gender, your telephone number, your email address, your social media account name(s) and links, your IZEcoin WebWallet name and receiving address, . We may also ask you for KYC (Know Your Customer) information which might include Government or Country Photo ID documents, personal billing information to prove your current address, or any other form of identification to satisfy our KYC. We may also ask for information about you and any account or membership you have with us, to satisfy Anti Money Laundering (AML) requirements and to detect fraud.
We will typically collect personal information (such as your name, email, postal address, telephone number, payment and service details) whenever you ask us to deliver a service or product to you, for example when you:
- Register and set up an account with us.
- Make a purchase from our website(s).
- Sign-up to receive one of our newsletters.
- Take part in one of the competitions or promotions we run on the website(s).
- Agree to fill in a questionnaire about our website(s) and services so we can check how we are performing and make improvements.
- Ask us a question or submit any queries or concerns you have.
- Post information to the website(s), for example when we offer the option for you to comment on, or join, discussions or give feedback.
- We hope you do join us in our activities, but of course you do not have to give any information if you don’t want to use our website(s) and services.
We sometimes run “referral programmes” where you can tell us about a friend or someone else who is known to you who may be interested in our website(s), or what services we have to offer. If your friend gives you their permission to provide us with their details, then we promise we will only use their information for that reason and not to send them any wider marketing offers. We will also mention that it was you who made the referral in the message we send to them.
We also collect other information about the use of our website(s) and services. Some of this information we may automatically collect when you visit the website(s), such as what type of device you have and which type of internet browser or mobile device you use, whether you visited our website(s) from another website or service and your IP address (the unique reference number that identifies your device on the internet). We only use this information to give us a statistical picture of how the website(s) is used.
We also collect information using cookies. Cookies are small pieces of information stored on your browser which sometimes follow the movements of visitors on the Site and tell us how the Site and our services are used.
What is the legal basis for processing the data?
With your consent, upon entering data on our website(s), we process your data to establish a valid agreement between us that satisfies our website(s) terms and conditions. Where cryptocurrency is being given, earned, transacted or moved from place to place, we may also be required by Governments or Official Institutions to verify or establish the identity and ownership of assets with any perceived monetary value.
Will the data be shared with any third parties?
Your data is NOT shared with any company (or Government or regulatory body), without first obtaining your consent.
The exception to this will only be applied if the Company suspect (in its sole discretion), that unlawful or fraudulent activity is taking place. Personal Data may also be shared where a court in BVI expressly requires us to do so by “Court Order”.
We do not sell your information to marketing companies although, like most organisations, there may be cases when we need to share information.
We may share statistics about users of our website(s) and services to help us develop our services or so that others can understand what we do. This will not include any information that identifies individuals.
We work with employees, partners or agents who are involved in delivering the products or services that you order and use through this website(s) and under appropriate contractual and confidentiality protections.
If we’re reorganised or sold to another organisation, we may transfer any personal information we hold about you to that organisation as part of the sale or re-organisation.
We may also share information where we are required or allowed to do so by law or if we believe that this is necessary to prevent fraud or cyber-crime or to protect the website(s) or the rights or safety of its users or any other person.
How will the information be used?
Your information is used to establish and render replicated websites, deliver goods and services, or to generally communicate with you, our Affiliates, Customers or visitors to our website(s). It may also be used on our Social Media platforms to promote and market the services of the company. More personal and detailed data you supply is used to verify that people are who they say they are. Information you supply may be used to verify your identity.
Some of your data may be used in anonymous fashion, to determine data trends or for business analysis models.
The information we collect helps us to understand your needs and to provide you with a better service. In particular (but not exclusively), we use your information to:
- Deliver the services you ask for from us
- Secure and verify payments you make and receive
- Help us review and improve our products, services and offers
- Carry out market research from time to time by phone, mail or email
- Administer competitions, marketing and promotions
- Provide you with service information and account updates
- Occasionally send you promotional messages about products, services and offers available from our website(s) which we think you may find useful
Will I receive marketing?
Like you, we dislike junk mail and spam email and we will not sell your information to marketing companies. Our website(s) important updates, news, offers and messaging services will only be sent to you where you have agreed to receive these. In using our website(s) and entering data, you give us that agreement.
We also understand that you might change your mind about receiving our communications. If you do not wish us to continue to contact you, you can either follow the unsubscribe instructions on our communications to you or contact us by using the “contact us” information at the end of the policy or the “contact us” form on the website(s).
How long will the data be stored for?
Your data is securely stored for as long, (in the company’s sole discretion), as is required, to maintain the integrity of the website(s) Terms and Conditions. Some or all of the data we collect, may be stored separately as “historical data” and later referred to, but only if expressly required and specifically identified, and then only by a “Court Order” in BVI.
What rights does the data subject have?
You have the right to ask “us” to amend or remove any data you have stored with us. However, we may still (at our sole discretion), store “historical data” for AML reasons or if we suspect fraud or criminal activity.
If you do not want “us” to store your data or have any of your data in “historical data” files, do not join any of our programs and do not subscribe or enter your data into any of our websites.
How can the data subject raise a complaint?
If you wish to raise a complaint you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject heading of [GDPR Complaint – “your name”]. The Complaint will be forwarded to the GDPR Compliance Officer which is either Mira Peltomaki the CTO of Genesis GG20 Ltd or her appointed representative(s).