Information Collected

  1. Information Collected

    All Users must provide the personally identifiable information requested in the sign-up or similar form in order to join InboxDollars®. Users may be required to provide subsequent demographic information in order to receive Signup Bonus(es) and/or qualify for other promotions. Demographic information includes, but is not limited to: birth date, gender, marital status, education completed, household income, and number of children in household. We may also ask you to provide on an optional and voluntary basis information regarding health and wellness issues relevant to you or your family, or information regarding you physical location (geo-tracking). To participate in certain activities or to enjoy certain functionalities, you must also agree to and permit certain tracking and automated information collection practices as described in this Privacy Policy.

  2. Means of Collection

    Users may join InboxDollars® by completing one of our signup forms, through Co-Registration, or other means as we may determine at any time in the future. Information is collected by InboxDollars® through a variety of methods, including: information the Member provides by filling out a form or submitting information through some other method; information that is collected through technological methods, such as “Cookies” or similar tracking technologies including geo-tracking; information received from third parties, for example if you complete a survey, the survey-company may inform us that you completed the survey. We also automatically collect, and may share with third parties, unique device identification numbers, as well as information about the type (brand / model) of device you use to access the Service Platform. InboxDollars® also includes multiple third party SDK’s within the Service Platform for multiple purposes, including to track which Members complete certain activities. Cookies and other recording, monitoring and tracking technologies, including persistent identifiers that may be placed on your computer, or other technologies including geo-tracking, are collectively referred to as “Cookies and Recording Tools.”