We at finbia.com (“we,” “us,” “Website,” or “FINBIA”) values your right to privacy. All client information, both personally identifiable and non-identifiable, collected by FINBIA via our Website or any other source from which this Privacy Policy is linked or referenced is subject to this Policy (“Privacy Policy”).

This Policy describes the data we collect from users of our Website (“You”, “Your”) and how we use it. We also detail the steps we take to ensure the security of your information and how to get in touch with us should you have any questions or concerns about our privacy policies.

1. The Different Information We Collect

Web server logs, cookies, JavaScript, and other similar technologies all contribute to our system automatically accumulating data about your session on finbia.com.

Information such as the URLs of the pages you visit, the timestamps of those visits, and the lengths of time you spend on those pages; citing site details (such as the website name, the searching system name, the social network name, etc.); browser language, web browser, JavaScript support, browser type, operating system, network location, IP address, flash version, screen resolution, and screen color processing capabilities; and similar data may be collected or provided by the devices you use to interact with the Website.

Personal Information

Information such as your name and email address may be collected if you supply it to us willingly. Personal information is not collected or used in any way without your permission.

If you visit the Website or otherwise voluntarily provide us with personal information, you are consenting to our use of such information in accordance with our Privacy Policy. By submitting your personal information to us, you consent to its transfer from your present location to the Website’s servers and to the servers of approved third parties.

Additional Details:

We retain the right to promptly obtain information on legal entities through their representatives who browse our Website.

We may learn the country of incorporation, the name of the legal entity, the contact information for the legal entity, and the domain name of the legal entity’s website.

2. How we collect the information?

Only if you willingly provide us identifying information, such your name and email address, will we collect such data. It is always up to you whether or not you want to provide some identifying information. Whenever you interact with our Website, we may collect some information that does not personally identify you.

3. When we acquire something, how do we put it to use?

To do the following, we make use of your non-personal information: So that you don’t have to re-enter the Website more often than is really required or see ads that aren’t relevant to you;

The purpose of calculating an overall user traffic volume to our site;

In order to better our website’s content and to tailor both the look and content of our pages;

Delivering the information you need from our site (articles, reviews, analyses, etc.)

Information about you is collected whenever you voluntarily provide it to us. We may use the information you submit for purposes including, but not limited to, providing you with email newsletters, responses to surveys, and the ability to leave comments on articles and interactive forms. If you provide us with your email address, we and carefully chosen partners may sometimes send you promotional emails with information about discounts or new services. Moreover, Website-related operational alerts may be sent to you. You may revoke your agreement to receive emails at any time by notifying FINBIA of your decision to revoke your consent or by using the “unsubscribe” link included in every email we send.

We may also disclose your identification to any third party who claims that any of your material infringes on their right to privacy or intellectual property.

You agree that we may disclose and transfer your de-identified data to a contracted third party, such as our advertising partners or outsourced service’ providers.

4. Cookies

Cookies are files that hold some minimal information, most notably an anonymous identifier. The web server will send the cookie to the browser, which will then save it on the user’s computer’s hard drive.

We don’t employ the ubiquitous “cookies” used by most websites to track user behavior. Cookies let us track user preferences, measure traffic levels to different parts of the site, and see which features and content are most often used. With this method, we may gather information from our users and use it to improve our website and our service to you. No personally identifiable information is collected or stored in cookies, and we do not use them to track who visits our site.

You are entirely within your rights to manage and/or remove cookies as you see fit. Cookies may be removed from your system, and many browsers can be configured to prevent them from being stored. It’s possible that doing so may break some features and services on the website.

5. Keeping records

As long as it is necessary to provide you with services or as required by law, we will preserve the data you provide us. In order to fulfil our legal responsibilities, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements, we will retain and utilize the information you submitted as necessary for these purposes.

Whether or if your personal information is being handled may be verified at any time by contacting us at [email protected].

6. Privacy complaints

In so far as we use your data, we are doing so lawfully. At any time, you may send us an email at [email protected] to express your objection to having your personal information used for marketing purposes.

We value your trust and take your privacy seriously. Contact our Data Protection Office staff at [email protected] at any time if you have reason to think that we have not adhered to this Privacy Policy with regard to any of your information. During your conversation with us, please be as specific as possible about the specific ways in which you believe our Privacy Policy has been violated. Within 30 days of receiving your complaint, we will conduct an investigation and provide you with a response.

6.1 We take measures (administrative, technological, and physical) to safeguard the personal information we collect and store against accidental, illegal, or unauthorized destruction, modification, loss, disclosure, or access, use, or other processing.

6.2 Since there is no foolproof method of transmitting or storing data, we cannot promise that our security will not be compromised (due to the technical measures or via violation of our policies process).

Nothing included above will be construed as a guarantee of the security of the Website, and you agree to send information at your own risk, notwithstanding our attempts to protect your information. A breach of any of our technological, physical, or administrative measures might potentially result in your personal information being accessed, changed, deleted, or exposed.

7. Third-party links

From time to time, we may provide or include content, services, or goods from third parties on the Website. The privacy policies of these outside entities are separate and distinct from one another. As a result, we take no responsibility for the content or actions of linked services. However, we work hard to protect the Website and value your feedback on our services.

8. Analytics

We reserve the right to establish partnerships with web analytics businesses that collect this data on our behalf so that we may learn how many people explore our Website and clearly grasp the areas of significant interest to our users. Our web analytics provider’s privacy policies may be accessed here for additional details: http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacy.html , Google, Inc.

9. Modifications to the Privacy Policy

In order to reflect changes in our personal information policies, we reserve the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time and without advance warning. It is your responsibility to regularly check the Privacy Policy section.

10. Children

We will not knowingly collect or attempt to contact anybody under the age of 16, or the equivalent minimum age in the relevant jurisdiction. If you are not at least 16 years old or the age of majority in your country, you should not provide any personally identifying information on this website.

11. Law and Order

Without limiting any other provision of this Policy, we reserve the right to reveal your information if we are under the impression that such disclosure is necessary to comply with any applicable regulation, law, legal process or governmental request; to detect, prevent, or otherwise deal with fraud, security, privacy or technical issues; to ensure the safety of any person or any person’s rights or property; or to protect the rights and property of our visitors or the public.

When required to do so by law or when necessary to safeguard the safety of its visitors and itself, FINBIA may share your personal information with data protection authorities, law enforcement, government officials, and other top legal authorities.

12. How to Get in Touch

We encourage you to contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions about our Privacy Policy, our Website’s policies, or your interactions with our Website.


No express or implied warranties are made with respect to FINBIA. To the fullest extent permissible by law, we and our affiliates and third-party service providers disclaim any and all express or implied warranties, including but not limited to, warranties of merchantability, non-infringement of proprietary rights, and fitness for a particular purpose, and any and all other conditions, warranties, and guarantees, whether electronic or oral. The risk of injury to your system or devices, loss of usage, or user content rests entirely on your shoulders.

The responsibility for the consequences of any and all actions you do and information you submit or publish on FINBIA rests solely with you. You agree that you will not attempt to hold us legally liable for any user acts or material that violate the rights and law of a third party.

Our goal is to serve yours and the community’s interests, so if there’s ever a problem or disagreement, you agree to bring it up and give us a chance to attempt to work this out amicably. If you have any questions or comments, please send an email to [email protected].