Findrec will follow the data collection methods mentioned below;
Like many application handlers and websites do, Findrec captures the following data automatically from web browsers that the users are using:
Traffic data is usually anonymous and is not collected as a means to identify you or your browsing pattern.
Cookies, for beginners, are files placed on your system by websites to monitor certain emails that you are opening. Cookies are able to store a plethora of information on the user’s system, which is then sent back to the service automatically when the customer interacts with your service. Cookies basically fill the purpose of identifying users and how they behave on the internet as a unique user. We at Findrec use two types of cookies, known as third-party cookies and first-party cookies.
Findrec uses first-party cookies like the Google Analytics Cookie, for the general purposes mentioned below;
Findrec may advertise its offerings on another third-party websites after you have visited the service. We, along with our third-party marketing partners, including Google, can use first-party cookies, such as Google Analytics, third party cookies, such as Double Click cookie, and other beacons across multiple platforms to inform, serve and optimize our advertisements to you on the basis of how you use our service.
You can opt out from using Google Cookies on the settings page for Google Ads. You can also customize your preferences, to get the kind of deal you want with the cookies on the settings page. You can also turn off Facebook cookies by making the appropriate clicks. Visit this page to find out more about controlling or deleting cookies.
Findrec will require your personal identification information to allow you to use their services and have a good time. The personal information asked by Findrec will contain the following information:
In all of these cases, the service will ask you to give them this information at your will, without putting you under any pressure whatsoever. Findrec can also complement this information that you provide, with that provided from other websites. Additional information from public sources can be added to your account for further clarity. You don’t come under any personal or legal obligation to provide us your personal details; however refusal to give us this information can hinder you from enjoying some features of our service.
Findrec will collect the following specific information for generating your personal data:
This service contains features that might allow you to post, display, transmit or upload personal information online. Any of the personal information that you’re disclosing to others, with your own will, is known as public information, and Findrec will not be able to practice control over it anymore. You should be careful with distributing personal information on this and other services. However, if you do distribute your personal information publicly, you will assume all the responsibility for it.
Findrec processes all the incoming data from cookies and traffic to deliver a better user experience for customers. Findrec also tries to make sense out of consumer habits and trends to see if there is an underlying way that people follow to visit and use the service. With the information gathered through these analyses Findrec is better able to service you and cater their offerings the way you would like best. They can also generate content more relevant for you, from the analysis of these patterns.
Findrec might also reveal the trends generated from these cookies and traffic data from time to time. The information will be released in the form of a published report, identifying the usage pattern of users and how they are working to increase offerings based on that. Findrec, however, does not intend to link this published data from Cookies with your personal information.
Findrec discloses personal information for all vendors helping in the provision of services. These vendors include stakeholders helping in administrative, data processing and technical tasks such billing, hosting, security, data storage and fulfillment.
Findrec can use the contact data from your cookies to transfer information pertaining to their service offerings and to initiate contact related to the service offerings. Findrec also uses the financial data that you give to them for verifying your qualifications for some of the features and to see when they can bill you.
The personal information collected after a transfer, acquisition or merger would be subject to the updated policy implemented by the organization succeeding Findrec.
By registering for the service and by providing all your contact details, including your email, postal, residential address, name and phone number to the service at the time of registration, you express your consent to be receptive towards all other electronic and postal communication initiated from Findrec. The communication could be for the short term or the long term and may include topics such as new product offers, recent discounted promotions and other important matters.
You can easily unsubscribe from the communication list at any given time by providing your written request to us through the contact us form, or by following the simple unsubscribe information offered to you in each and every communication with you.
Findrec reveal your personal information when it is under pressure to do the given by law or legal notice. This disclosure can be made in response to a court order or a subpoena. Findrec can also reveal this information if it believes that the disclosure is necessary for the protection of the rights for Findrec and the general public.
We at Findrec take your security very seriously. We have commercially updated and reasonable guards in place for protecting the unauthorized use, access, destruction, disclosure or modification of your protected personal information.
However, due to the data sphere of today and the realities of data security, Findrec cannot guarantee or promise that your provided information will not be hacked, altered, accessed, destroyed, or disclosed by unauthorized and unknown parties.
You are promptly required to update and notify us, if your credit information with us, including your username and password, are stolen or used without your prior permission. In any such case, we will make sure to remove the card, account information and all other institution information, including username and passwords, from our database.
Findrec will prefer to have completed and accurate information pertaining to you at all times. As it is stated in the separate document for Terms and Conditions, you warrant that all the information you give to us in connection to your use of Service is complete, accurate, current and will duly be updated if the need be. To access your information, or to make changes in it, you can visit your personal data through your personal profile on the service. You can review the data we have collected and make all necessary alterations.
Your personal information will be part of any and all assets transferred during such instances.
If you have questions about this Policy or want to contact us, please use our contact center