Updated: SEPTEMBER, 2023
https://thebig.deals is open to all without registering. You can see the ongoing auctions. While browsing, some data, like IP addresses and browser types, are saved, but not linked directly to personal details. For participating, however, a user needs to register, for which users must provide some personal information. Questions about privacy can be directed to email@example.com.
Personal data includes identifiable details like name, address, and payment info. This is collected during registration or when using features like purchasing plays (bids). Usage data pertains to user actions and service use, including login details and browsing behaviors. We also collect data during user searches, contest participation, and customer support interactions, to enhance the user experience. All data is stored on our servers in Europe/USA.
The data ensures a seamless, efficient, and tailored experience on https://thebig.deals. It facilitates service provision, problem resolution, and platform enhancement, and it also helps us communicate relevant promotions.
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Your data won't be shared with third parties without clear consent. It can be shared for operational assistance, legal reasons, or during business acquisitions.
Access and modify your data using your login details or by contacting Customer Service. For a summary of stored personal data, request anytime.
Revoke data storage consent anytime. To delete your account, either email firstname.lastname@example.org. or use the app's settings. Some data may be retained for specific purposes.
Your account is password-protected. Never share login details. Always log out after use, especially on shared devices. Protect your credentials; we're not liable for any unauthorized use.
We may update this policy. Significant changes will be highlighted. Recent updates include clarifying account deletion, detailing cookie use, updating contact details, and informing Californians about their privacy rights.