Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy updated June 7, 2022

This Policy explains how we may use your information. This Policy might be updated or modified from time to time, so please check it frequently for changes.

We recognize your right to privacy and understand that you have a fundamental right to know why we collect your personal information and how it is used. This Privacy Policy applies to any data we acquire via our Sites (as defined below).

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We are committed to maintaining the accuracy, confidentiality, and security of your personal information. We have physical, technical, and administrative safeguards in place to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under our control. However, “perfect security” does not exist on the Internet.

Information We Collect

We receive both information that is provided to us directly, such as personal information you provide when you visit the Website, and data that is automatically gathered from you, such as information collected through your browser or device. 

Information You Provide to Us: We obtain information that you provide to us. You may, for example, choose to supply your name, email address, or other information when communicating with us on the Website.

You may also sign up for our newsletter on the Website. Our newsletter keeps you up to date on current online savings opportunities for a variety of product categories, such as fashion, travel, and/or electronics, as well as offers published on our Website. We may collect your email address and other information about how you respond to our e-mail newsletter (e-mails opened and clicks) through tracking technology like pixel tags and web beacons if you join the mailing list.

Automated Information: When you visit the Website, we may collect information about your use of our website through automated means, such as cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies. We may also collect your IP address or other device identifier. This information helps us assess how our visitors use the Website, aids in diagnosis of problems with our server, and helps administer the Website. For more information about these technologies and how to opt out of them, see “Cookies” below.

How Your Information Is Used

The basic aim for automatically as you go through our Sites, as outlined further below.

We gather information in a variety of ways, including cookies and pixel tags, which may include your IP address, unique cookie identifier, cookie information, and if your device has the ability to access certain features. (a) IP-address; (b) unique cookie identifier; (c) unique device identification and type; (d) domain name server records; (e) operating system and settings; (f ) country and time zone; (g) previously visited websites; (h) data about your interaction with our Sites such as click behavior, purchases, and stated preferences; and (i) other standard server log information.

We use this information for our legitimate business interests, which include:

Operating and improving our Sites – For example, we use the information collected about you to assess the performance of our Sites, troubleshoot technical problems, and make necessary enhancements. We also may use your IP address or device identifier to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer our Sites. In addition, we may use cookies or pixel tags to gather information about the areas of our Site that you visit and how long you spend in each area. This information helps us assess which areas of our Site are most popular so that we can better serve visitors by making those areas more accessible and user-friendly.

Communicating with you – We use the information that you provide to us to communicate with you about our Sites and your activities on our Sites. For example, we may send you e-mail updates about our Sites or respond to your questions or comments.

Protecting the security of our visitors and our Sites – We use the information collected about you to help protect the safety and security of our visitors and our Sites.

Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy updated June 07, 2022

Cookies are small files that your browser stores on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Cookies do not contain personal information about you; rather, they help to make our website more useful by associating certain activities with each user. For example, we may use cookies to remember whether you’ve previously utilized or voted on particular coupons if you visit the same page twice (or multiple times). If you access the same page using multiple browsers, you’ll need to change each browser’s preferences in order to reject cookies.

You may modify your browser settings to refuse some or all cookies, or you can be informed when cookies are being sent. Please refer to the instructions for your particular browser if you want to do this. The “Help” option on most browsers offers information on how to enable alerts before accepting web traffic, or you may completely disable them. If you opt out of cookies, you will not be able to utilize various Sites features that other users can use.

DISCLOSURE FOR LEGAL REASONS

You hereby consent that we may disclose any of your Personal Information as required by legal authorities, including courts and administrative bodies, or in the event of a law enforcement investigation. You also authorize us to release Personal Information if we believe it is necessary or appropriate as part of an investigation into possible illegal conduct related to the Sites, such as fraud, misrepresentation, intellectual property infringement, or other activity that puts us at risk for liability.

California Residents: Privacy Policy Addendum

Residents of California have certain rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (the “CCPA”), including the right to know what categories of personal information Google has collected, which sources provide personal information, and why that data is being collected. The following are examples of such requests: access to the kinds of personal information we collect, the purposes for collecting that data, and any other categories; specific pieces of personally identifiable information; and the sharing partners with whom we have shared personal information. Californians may also ask us to erase their personal information. We don’t sell customers’ identifiable information. You have options regarding the use of cookies and similar technologies. For additional information, see our Cookie Policy[1] below.

We will not treat you unfavorably because you asked to access or delete your personal information. Please email us at [email protected] if you are a California resident and want to make an access or deletion request.

Please review the following table, which describes the types of personal information we gather, where it comes from, and how we use and share your data.

In addition, please be aware that TC2DAY will disclose information as required by law or if any of the following situations occur:

  • When legally required to respond to lawful government requests or legal processes (e.g., a court order, subpoena, or search warrant), or when the data is essential to a criminal offense that has been or is being committed; An emergency situation exists that poses a hazard to your personal safety or the property of TC2DAY employees, and/or where disclosure is necessary in order to protect those rights and assets;
  • Information may be transferred to another firm if the ownership of TC2DAY, an affiliate, or their assets changes as a result of a merger, acquisition, sale, or bankruptcy.
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