FreeSpinsTracker Privacy Policy & Cookies Policy

FreeSpinsTracker (referred to as “we”, “us”) below processes personal information about visitors and customers (referred to as “you”) on our sites. We take steps to handle all personal information with care, secure it, and follow all laws related to data protection.

How This Policy Functions

The purpose of this Policy is to explain when, how, and why our website handles data that may be used to identify you (“personal data”). Our site also gives you important information about your legal rights. This Policy hasn’t been written to override any other commitment or pledge we have made or rights you are entitled to under data protection laws. 

Select a topic in the following table of contents to get more information. We’ve already put labels on the different parts of the Policy, so it will be convenient for you to find the information you need.

1. Who Is In Charge Of Monitoring Your Personal Information?

Your personal information is mostly watched over by FreeSpinsTracker (Data Controller). A Data Controller is the company that decides how and why personal data will be processed. 

You should know that we are mostly in charge of keeping track of your personal information, but that some of it may be stored in databases that other companies may be able to access. Companies must follow the rules in this Policy when they look at your personal information. 

2. What Kind Of Personal Information Does Our Site Handle?

We might collect personal data that includes:

  • Your name. 
  • Email address.
  • IP address.
  • Location. 
  • Personal preferences.

3. What Intentions Do We Have With Your Personal Information, And When Do We Process it? 

FreeSpinsTracker collects your information when you visit our site. 

We use information about you to: 

  • Market our products and services via email. (Go to Section 6 for more information about Direct Marketing).
  • Improve the user experience and website. 
  • Customize and improve the ads you see on our site. 
  • Sign you up to a forum we offer when you can leave comments. 
  • Meet the responsibilities we legally owe to you. 

We only use personal data for the purpose outlined in Section 3, and only in places where we are sure that: 

  • You’ve given us permission to use the information in that way, or 
  • We need to use your personal information to support our business’s “legitimate interests,” like doing analytics across all datasets or making our products better, in a way that respects your privacy. 

4. Who Can See Your Personal Information? 

FreeSpinsTracker is partnered with a number of third parties that help run our business and provide different services.

Sometimes, these third parties may need access to your personal data: 

  • The company in the United States that runs our mailing programme, Aweber Systems, Inc., holds a Privacy Shield certificate, and handles personal information for us.
  • Automattic, Inc., which runs WordPress.com and is based in the US, holds a Privacy Shield certificate, and handles personal information for us. 
  • Some of our analytics providers, including Google, VWO, and Hotiar, use personal data for their own purposes. These companies are called “Data Controllers.” Check out the “Cookie Policy” section of this page to learn how to stop these companies from getting access to your personal data. 
  • Data processors or service providers, such as cloud services, take care of your personal information based on what we tell them to do. 
  • If we have to keep our site, or other interests, secure,, or if we have to follow the law. 
  • If our business or assets have to be sold or reorganized, or if we buy additional assets. Or if a third party buys our assets, protective buyers or sellers may be involved. 

5. Global Transfers

Personal information that is sent to a country outside the EU is called an “international transfer.” 

As mentioned in Section 4, FreeSpinsTracker may let third parties outside the EU collect your data. 

We always take precautions to guarantee that any international data transfer is done in a way that safeguards your rights and interests. Before providing personal information in response to a request from authorities or regulators, we carefully review the request.

You have the right, according to the law, to ask for more information about any safety measures we’ve set up. If you require more information, you can get in touch with us (Section 8). 

6. Direct Marketing

We will use the personal information you give us to send you direct marketing messages about products and services we and our partners offer. This includes things such as financial services, betting on sports, and playing casino games online. This could happen through email or targeted online ads. 

In some cases, it is in our site’s “legitimate interests” to use personal information for marketing (Section 3). Customer permission will be requested when the law requires it. 

You can say no to direct marketing at any time. You can get in touch with us (see Section 8) or use the link to “opt out” that is included in all direct communication we have with you. 

We take various measures to keep direct marketing at a fair and reasonable level, ensuring that we only send you messages that, according to the data we have about you, we believe might be pertinent or interesting to you.

7. How Long Do We Keep Your Personal Information? 

We retain your personal data only as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes set forth in this policy (Section 3). 

In certain circumstances, such as when it’s necessary for accounting, tax, or legal reasons, we must retain personal data for a specific period of time. 

Our retention schedule for your personal data is governed by a policy. When we no longer require your personal information, we make sure to safely delete it or make it anonymous.

8. What Are Your Rights? 

You have several rights in relation to your personal information. You can use your rights by sending us an email at [email protected].

You can ask for us to: 

  • Confirm that we are processing your personal data; 
  • Provide a copy of that data; 
  • Provide you with additional information about that data, such as the data we have, what it is used for, who it is shared with, whether we transfer the information outside of the EU, how we safeguard it, how long we keep it, your rights, how to complain, where we got the data from, and whether we have used automated profiling or decision-making. So much of this is done that you haven’t said anything in the Policy.
  • Fix wrong personal information about you. Before the data is fixed, we might ask to make sure it is correct. 

You can ask us to get rid of your personal information, but only if: 

  • It’s no longer needed for the reason it was collected; 
  • You revoked your consent (if the processing was based on consent); 
  • You exercised your right to object (‘Objection’); 
  • It was processed illegally; or it’s needed to meet legal obligations. 

Our site is not required to delete personal information when a user asks us to. If it’s important to process your personal information: 

  • For meeting legal obligations or 
  • For establishing, defending, or using legal claims; 

There are other times when our site is not required to honor an erasure request, but these are the most likely two. 

You have the right to ask us to restrict your personal information, which means to keep it but not use it.

However, we can only do this if: 

  • if its accuracy is questioned (see “Correction”), so we can check its accuracy; 
  • If the processing is illegal, but you don’t want it deleted; 
  • If it’s no longer needed for the purpose it was collected for, but our site still needs it to make, defend, or exercise legal claims; 
  • Or if you’ve used your legal right to object, and we’re waiting to see if there are overriding grounds. 

We can keep using your personal information even after you’ve asked us not to if: 

  • We got your permission, or 
  • To make, defend, or use legal claims, or 
  • To protect the rights of another legal person. 

You are legally allowed to request us to give you your personal information in a format that is common, structured, and machine-readable.

You can also ask for it to be “reported” directly to another Direct Controller, but this is only done when: 

  • Processing is done either with your permission or to carry out a contract we have with you. Processing is done with the help of computers. 

Objection 

If you think your basic freedoms and rights are more important than our site’s legitimate interests, the law gives you the right to object to any processing of your personal information that is based on our site’s “legitimate interests.” 

We have the chance to show that our interests are more important than your rights and freedoms. 

Transfers between countries 

You can ask for a copy of any safeguards that are used to send your personal information outside of the European Economic Area, or you can look them up. 

We might redact data transfer contracts or related documents for business reasons (e.g., conceal information in said documents).

The People in Charge 

You have the right under the law to lodge an objection with a certain authority about how we handle your personal information. 

We ask that you try to work out any problems with us first. If that doesn’t work, you can always talk to a government agency. 

9. Cookie Policy (Appendix A) 

Cookies Are Used 

Our website uses “cookies” to give you access to a wide range of features, make it easier and more comfortable to use, and remember your preferences. 

What Are They? 

When you visit a website, a cookie or pixel is a small file or piece of data that is saved on your computer or other device. It enables the website to store your preferences and actions (like language, login, and display preferences like font size) for a certain amount of time, so you don’t have to enter them again every time you come back to the website or go from one web page to another. 

Your Options 

By entering our site, you agree that cookies can be stored and used on your computer or other device. 

You can usually look at our site without the use of cookies, but some parts might not work right or it might take longer to move around. 

If you don’t want your computer or other device to store cookies, you can turn off the option in your browser’s settings. You can also delete cookies stored in your system settings at any time. 

This link has more information on how to delete or turn off cookies: https://www.aboutcookies.org/cookie-faq/. However, please keep in mind that our services might not work as well if you don’t accept cookies. 

Different Kinds of Cookies 

Cookies are used on our website to do many different things. 

There are cookies that: 

  • strictly from a technical point of view (or technical necessity) 
  • Used and kept for a certain amount of time (called “storage duration”) by our site or a third party (or cookie provider)

Technical Necessity

Cookies that, in a strict sense, are: 

Necessary: Some cookies are used on our site because they are required for the site and its functions to work right. Such cookies are automatically put on your computer or other device when you visit a site or use a certain function, unless you turn off cookies in your browser settings. 

Unnecessary: Despite not being strictly necessary, some cookies are still placed on a user’s device or system. This is done to make our site work better, make it easier to use, or remember the settings you chose. Also, we use “cookies,” which technically aren’t needed, to track how often people visit specific sections of our website. This helps us understand your requirements and expectations better.

Time in Storage 

Session Cookies: Some cookies are only needed for the time you are on a website. These are called “session cookies.” When you leave our site or your session ends, this information is no longer valid or is deleted. Session cookies can be used to keep certain information during a session. 

Cookies that stay around for a long time are called “permanent cookies.” One example is letting our site recognise people the next time they visit and let them access the settings they saved before. For example, you can then get to web pages faster or more easily because you don’t have to set certain options, like the language, again. Permanent cookies are automatically deleted after a certain amount of time. 

Flow Cookies: These cookies are used by our business group to communicate with one another over our internal servers. When you begin using the website, cookies are downloaded to your computer or other device. They are deleted once you have finished using the website. The unique reference number that flow cookies receive is useful, but it cannot be used to identify the client or actual user.

Cookie Providers 

Provider Cookies: These cookies are set by our site or by the company we’ve hired to run our site. 

Other websites or businesses use and store third-party cookies, such as web analytics tools. Cookies could also be used by outside providers to add social network content like social plugins or display ads. Read our cookie policy below to find out more about Web analytics tools and how to measure reach. 

Using cookies to measure web traffic and reach 

Google Analytics is one of Google’s Web analytics services. It is used on our site. Google Analytics uses cookies to find out how often people visit certain parts of our site and to learn what people like. The cookie sends information about how you use this site (like a shortened IP address) to a Google server in the United States, where it is stored. Then, Google uses the information to figure out how you use our site, make reports for us about how the site is used, and do other things related to how websites and the Internet are used. Google could also give this information to third parties if the law says so or if third parties need to use this information for Google. 

If you want to stop using website analytics, you can turn off Google Analytics with a browser add-on. You can get the add-on by clicking on this link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=. 

The ad-on stores data on your computer or other device that matches what you turned off in Google Analytics. It’s important to know that this type of “opt out” will only turn off Google Analytics for the browser and device where the “opt out” was activated. You might also need to turn it back on if you delete the cookies on your device. 

These are the most common cookies: 

Analytics from Google 

This cookie is put there by Google. It lets our site find out information about how people use our site. This includes the time of the visit, the pages viewed, whether the user has been to our site before, and the sites they went to before coming to ours. 

Facebook Pixel 

Facebook put this cookie there. It enables our website to create, analyze, and improve our ad campaigns for our audience on the social media platform. 

One Signal 

This cookie is put there by One Signal. It tells our site that you have signed up to receive push notifications. The cookie also lets our site send you personalized alerts. 

VWO 

This cookie is put here by VWO. It puts cookies in the browsers of customers and users so that users can be recognised. These cookies contain no personal data. They might also use tools like browser web storage to store and collect data on the device itself. 

Hotjar 

This cookie is put here by Hotjar. It stores information that doesn’t identify you personally so that it can give you a better website experience, look for trends, and figure out what’s wrong with your computer. 

FreeSpinsTracker

The tool Unbounce helps us build better landing pages for our website. These cookies are used to store non-personal information about users and landing pages in order to make them better. 

Google’s pay-per-click (PPC) campaigns are made possible by AdWords. 

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