The Service is a general audience platform and does not knowingly collect Personal Information from children under 13 years of age. Because of the impossibility of monitoring if the Information added by the Users are true and accurate (see the Terms and Conditions) the Provider invites the children under age 13 to not attempt to join the Service. Furthermore the Provider strongly recommends the parents to monitor the activity of their children when they use Internet. If the Provider becomes aware that a child under 13 has provided with Information, such Information will be deleted from the records.
All the Users may review, update, correct or delete the Information in their registration profile. If the User deletes all the Information the account may become deactivated. If the User would like to delete his/her record in the Provider's record, please contact the Provider at support@Virtuexbank.com. The Provide will use commercially reasonable efforts to honor the User request. The Provider may retain an archived copy of the record as required by law or for legitimate business purposes.
Certain Non Personal Information would be considered a part of personally identifiable information if it were combined (for example, combining zip code with street address) in a way that enable the User to be identified. The Provider may combine Personal Information with Non Personal Information and aggregate it with information collected from other Users to attempt to provide the User with a better experience, to improve the quality and value of the Service and to analyze and understand how the Service is used. The Provider may also use the combined Information, without aggregating it, to serve the User specifically, for instance to deliver a product to him/her according to his/her preferences or restrictions. In order to locate other Users in the physical world, the Provider allows Users to search for Members using Personal Information (i.e., full name or email address). The Provider also allows Users to browse for certain Profile Information in order to help connect with Members (i.e., schools and/or companies where Users may have attended or worked). Search engines may index the portion of a User's profile (including the Personal and Not Personal Information it contains) that is publicly displayed. The Provider may sell, transfer or otherwise share some or all of its assets, including the Information, in connection with a merger, acquisition, reorganization or sale of assets or in the event of bankruptcy.
When a User chooses to post a content that will be publicly disclosed, that Member is responsible for ensuring that such information conforms to all local data protection laws. The Provider will disclose any information about the User to government or law enforcement officials or private parties as the Provider, in his sole discretion, believes necessary or appropriate to respond claims and legal process to The Provider is not responsible under any local data protection laws for User-posted content.
A pixel tag is a tiny image inserted in a webpage and used to record the number and types of views for that page. The Provider may use pixel tags to analyze usage patterns of consumers and to serve advertisement that are tailored based. Pixel tags allow to count Users who have visited certain websites or used certain mobile applications and pages within websites, to personalize the advertisements, and to help determine the effectiveness of the advertisement itself. Furthermore, the Provider may allow third party pixel tags to be present on the Service for purposes of advertising, providing services or data and statistics collection.
Third Parties applications (such as widgets) created by Third Parties' developers may also be available on the Service. Third Parties' applications are small bits of software, often with interactivity, that can be installed into Members' profiles or shared with other Users. However, the Provider does not control the Third party developers, and cannot dictate their actions. When a Member engages with a Third Party application, that Member is interacting with the Third Party developer, not with the Provider.
If the User gives his/her consent to receive promotional materials (e.g., newsletters) or notifications from the Provider, the Provider may periodically send to Users' email address materials related to the Services, as applicable. If the Users want to not receive such materials from the Provider, should notify to the Provider at the following email address: support@Virtuexbank.com . The Provider employees, agents and contractors must have a business reason to obtain access to the Personal and Not Personal Information. The Provider may share your Information with those who help the Provider manage or provide Services' information activities (for example, message board administration, order fulfillment, statistical analyses, data processing), or with outside contractors, developers, agents or sponsors who help us with the administration, judging and prize fulfillment aspects of contests, promotions and sweepstakes. These outside contractors, agents or sponsors may temporarily store some information on their servers, but they may only use your Personal Information or Not Personal Information to provide the Provider with a specific service and not for any other purpose. The Provider may also provide Users' Personal or not Personal Information to a third party if it has a business reason to do so.
The Provider is very concerned with the safeguard of the Information given by the Users. The Provider uses commercially reasonable administrative, technical, personnel and physical measures to safeguard Personal Information and credit card information in its possession against loss, theft and unauthorized use, disclosure or modification. The Provider will make any legally required disclosure of any breach of the security, confidentiality, or integrity of the unencrypted electronically stored data posting on the Service in the most expedient time possible and without unreasonable delay, insofar as consistent with i) the legitimate needs of law enforcement or ii) any measures necessary to determine the scope of the breach and restore the reasonable integrity of the data system. In addition, the Provider uses reasonable methods to make sure that Personal Information is accurate, up-to-date and appropriately complete.