Cardallot.com™ Privacy Policy

Last revision: 01.14.2019

The following is a legal document that explains how we take care of your data and the terms of use of the Service when you use Cardallot. Thank you for your trust. If any concept requires more explanation, do not hesitate to write an email to support@cardallot.com.

INFORMATION WE COLLECT

Providing the Services. We will use Personal Data to provide the Services the Company or its Employees request from us. This may require us to share Personal Data with third parties to complete or evaluate the risk of transactions initiated using products or services we provide. We may also share Personal Data with Third-Party Service Providers as directed by a Company or Employees.

Private data.

Cardallot.com may collect information regarding the type of Internet Browser you use, the type of computer or operating system you use, your IP address, the speed of your connection, the domain name of your Internet service provider, the geographical location where you are accessing our services and / or the Website or advertising where you connected to our Website. Once you have registered with us, we also track and collect information about you including your transactions with us, our affiliates, or others, and the patterns you followed when using our Website, such as the pages of the Website you visited, searches what you drove, and how long you were on our Website. If you decide to contact us, we can keep a history of your correspondence.

Cookies.

When you visit our Website or click on any hyperlink that appears on it, or use one or more of our services, we may use an industrial technology called "cookies" which stores certain information on your computer and that will allow us to personalize your experience to align it with your interests and preferences or simply facilitate your access when using our services. Most browsers will allow you to remove or block the "cookies" of your computer or your hard drive or will alert them when they are activated.

Sharing Data.

We share Personal Data with Third-Party Service Providers or as requested by a Company or its Employees. We also share Personal Data with regulators, law enforcement, financial services providers, or other authorized third parties as required by law.

We may reasonably transform Personal Data into De-identified Data by anonymizing it or by aggregating or combining it with other data to mask its relation to particular individuals. De-Identified Data is no longer Personal Data and we may use De-Identified Data and share it publicly or with third parties without your permission.

Changes to this Privacy Policy. We may change this Privacy Policy at any time by posting an updated version to our website. If we have an existing relationship with you or if you are an Employee, we may provide you or Company notices through our website or your Cardallot Account; or provide notices directly to you using contact information provided to us. If we do not have an existing relationship with you—for instance, if you only visit our website—any notices we provide will be posted to our website. Any privacy notices we provide to you are effective 24 hours after we post them publicly or provide them to you.

INTERNACIONAL USERS

Our Services are operated from and directed toward Companies in the United States, for exclusive use by Employees. Any Personal Data we collect may be transferred to, processed, used, handled, and stored in the United States or other countries through our service providers. Personal Data protection laws in the United States may differ from those of the country you are located in and your Personal Data may be subject government requests or subpoenas, court orders, or law enforcement according to United States law. By using the Services or visiting our website, you are consenting to the transfer, processing, use of, handling, and storage of Personal Data in the United States and as described in this Privacy Policy and in other agreements between Cardallot and you.

CONSENT

Your use of the Services or the website constitutes your consent to the uses of Personal Data described in this Privacy Policy. If you wish to revoke your consent, please do not visit our website and delete any cookies you may have on your devices and cease all use the Services. Employee Personal Data provided by a Company or its Employees will be maintained by Cardallot consistent with our practices and as required by law or the agreements we maintain with third-party service providers. When using certain products or services, the Company will need to formally close its Cardallot Account and satisfy any outstanding obligations owed to us before an Employee can fully revoke consent to our use of Personal Data. Cardallot, its affiliates, and its service providers may retain Personal Data to comply with governmental reporting obligations and other legal or regulatory requirements.

CONTACT

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at support@cardallot.com. If you would like to contact Cardallot for some other reason in a more traditional way, please write to Cardallot Inc. 2035 Sunset Lake Rd. Newark, DE. 19702 suite B-2.

  • Cardallot Account means the corporate account maintained by Company to use Services and manage Cards.

  • Cards means physical or virtual payment cards issued by a bank issuer and managed through your Cardallot Account.

  • Company means a company that applies for the Services, opens a Cardallot Account, and that authorizes Users to access and use Services.

  • De-Identified Data means data derived from Personal Data that has been anonymized or aggregated with other data and that can no longer be used to identify a specific individual.

  • Employees means the employees, contractors, and agents of a Company.

  • Services means the expense and corporate card management services, Cards and other services provided through your Cardallot Account.

  • "Third-Party Data means data provided by financial services providers, identity verification services, data aggregators, or other Third-Party Service Providers.

  • Third-Party Services means services provided a Third-Party Service Provider.

  • Third-Party Service Provider means an affiliate or other third party that that assists us in providing the Services to you, that supports our internal operations, or that provides other services related or connected to, or provided through the Services and a Cardallot Account.

  • Usage Data means information we collect when you visit our website and use the Services, and may contain Personal Data.