Last revised: 13 February 2023
This is information about you that you give us by:
The Personal Information most often collected and maintained in a customer file includes customer transaction history, including records of payments made.
Each time you use the Services, we may automatically collect the following information, which may be considered to be Personal Information when combined with other information about you:
Similar to other websites, our Platforms utilize browser cookies, web beacons and similar tracking technologies (collectively, "Cookies") to collect and store certain information when you use, access, or interact with our services. Details are set out in paragraph 14.
We do not collect any special categories of Personal Information about you (this includes details about your race or ethnicity, religious or philosophical beliefs, sex life, sexual orientation, political opinions, trade union membership, information about your health and genetic and biometric data).
We may receive information about you from other sources, including third parties that help us update, expand, and analyze our records; prevent or detect fraud; process payments; or analyze your use of our Services. Our Services may also include integrated content or links to content provided by third parties (such as live chat, social media content, plug-ins and applications). Additional third parties may include our affiliated entities.
If you wish to transact on and use the Platform or use the Services, StackOfStake will collect information about you for the purposes set out below.
Information you provide to us may be used to:
You agree that we have the right to share your Personal Information with:
StackOfStake takes all reasonable endeavors to protect and safeguard Personal Information, but there are protective measures you should take, as well. Do not share your Personal Information with others unless you clearly understand the purpose of their request for it and you know with whom you are dealing. Do not keep sensitive Personal Information in your e-mail inbox or on Webmail. If you are asked to assign passwords to connect you to your Personal Information, you should use a secure password and always use two-factor authentication (2FA), where available. You should change your password regularly.