What information do we collect when people visit at our website?
When you apply for a loan at our website (Paydaymart.ca), you may asked to share your name, contact details, personal information, and banking details or data that help we need to process your service effectively.
When you visit at our website (Paydaymart.ca), we collect the following data:
- Information of your computer like; IP address
- Operating system and browser version that you use
- Your computer's location
- Access time and date
- Tracking pages that you visit on site and what link you click on
The above information is used by Payday Mart is just for analysis and collecting statistics of visitors. We are not selling or leak our website data to third party advertising agencies.
When do we collect information?
We only collect your information when you apply for a loan on our website, fill out the form or enter the information on our website.
How do we use your information?
We may use your shared information with when you fill our online loan application to quickly process your loan application procedures and to maintain a good customer relationship management.
How do we protect our customer's information?
Your all personal information is revolving under secured networks and is only accessible by limited persons or lenders. No third parties individuals are permitted to use our systems, and your shared information, personal as well as banking are remain confidential. In additional, all the credit or bank related information is encrypted via most Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology provided by Godaddy™.
We follow various types of security measures when a customer applies for a loan on our website (Paydaymart.ca). Please note, Payday Mart is not responsible for leakage of your information outside, without your permission we will not release your personal and financial information to the third parties.
Payday Mart LLP
507, 918-16th Avenue NW
Calgary, AB T2M 0K3
Phone: (877) 814-2719
Fax: (877) 814-2749Email: email@example.com
File a Privacy Complaint
Any individual may complaint to the Federal Privacy Commissioner at the address below if they feel their personal information has been abused:
- The Privacy Commissioner of Canada
- 112 Kent Street, Ottawa,
- Ontario K1A 1H3
- Last update: November 2019
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