LAST UPDATE: July 26, 2016
How we handle personal data
MyHumbleTips.com uses personal data primarily to maintain a business relationship with you. We may also use personal data for the following purposes:
To respond to your inquiries, such as answering your questions about our products, helping you find a business near you, execute your orders, process your payment with a card, and/or use our customer service in general.
To provide you with important information regarding the site, changes in our terms and conditions, and/or other administrative information. Because this information is important, you cannot decide to keep it.
To register for a seminar.
To enable you to participate in winnings, competitions, and similar promotions, and to manage these activities. Some of these activities include additional rules that may contain additional information about how we use and share your personal information.
If necessary, we will ask for your permission to notify you by e-mail about products, programs, services, and promotions you may be interested in.
If necessary, we will ask for your permission to notify you by e-mail about products, programs, services, and promotions you may be interested in. We also send e-mails to others through our “Send to a friend” function. When using this feature, you are telling us that you are entitled to use the name and e-mail address of your friend and pass it on to us.
How personal data is passed on
We may pass on personal data to third parties for the following purposes:
To external service providers for web hosting, data analysis, IT services, e-mailing, conducting surveys, applications, and social media postings, processing of payments and credit cards, contract execution and similar services.
To third parties to enable them to contact you in relation to products, programs, services, information and advertising that they believe may be of interest to you.
To reveal your identity to persons to whom you are sending through the Messages page.
To third-party sponsors of winners, competitions, and similar promotions if you participate.
(Such as message boards, chat, “profile pages” and blogs, community pages where you can “tell your story” and test products), where you can publish information and materials. Please note that any information that you publish or share with such services (for example, personal information in the relevant photos, stories, comments and videos) will be publicly accessible and accessible to visitors and the general public.
In the case of restructurings, mergers, sales, joint ventures, transfers or other total or partial disposals of our company, assets and shares (including in connection with bankruptcy or similar proceedings)
LAST UPDATE: July 26, 2016
If you have any further questions, please contact us.
1. What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device. They are often used to make websites work or rather work better or more efficiently. This is because sites can read and write these files, enabling them to recognize you and store important information that makes your site more enjoyable (such as saving preferences).
2. What kind of cookies do we use?
3. Service Cookies.
Service cookies are essential to the website and allow you to move on to it, as well as to use its services and functions. We use the information for security purposes to simplify navigation, remind us of you when you return to the site, and to display information more effectively. Without these absolutely necessary cookies, you will not be able to use the website as smoothly as requested by us, and we may not be able to offer the site or certain services or functions you request. These cookies include:
Cookies that are used to store the identity (ID) of the user session, which plays an important role in the basic functionality of the Internet and tracking users and their shopping cart when switching between different pages.
Cookies used to record geographical data of the customer to offer standardized content depending on the country of the user.
4. Tracking and analysis cookies.
We also collect statistical data about the use of the site to continually improve its design and operation, to understand how customers use the site, and to help us resolve any questions related to the site. Analysis cookies show us, for example, which of the most visited pages are on the site, help us to pinpoint difficulties that you have with the website, and check whether our advertisements are effective or not. This allows us to consider the behavioral patterns of using the site in a total view rather than a single person. These cookies include:
Cookies that are used to enable us to track and improve the websites based on behavioral analysis.
Cookies that are used to capture certain key figures when viewing the first page of the session.
We use Adobe Analytics and Google Analytics to analyze the website. We also use Google Adsense to show advertisements.
4.1. Adobe Analytics (Omniture SiteCatalyst)
Adobe Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Adobe Inc. (“Adobe”). Adobe Analytics uses so-called “cookies”, text files that are stored on your computer to allow an analysis of your use of the website. The information generated by cookies is generally transferred to Adobe Server in the European Union and stored there. Only in exceptional cases is a data transfer to countries outside the EEA. On this website, IP anonymization was activated so that Adobe anonymizes your IP address in a member state of the European Union.