1. When registering on this website, the customer must provide certain personal information, including information necessary for the prevention of money laundering.

1.1 The Company collects and stores subsequent Customer data: email address, encrypted password, Customer’s full name and address.

2. The customer must provide correct, accurate and up-to-date personal data and must not impersonate any other person or entity. If the data changes, the Customer must inform the Company immediately or within 30 days of such change.

2.1 Customer content information that has been or will be provided by the customer when using the services of this website may be used by the Company to send promotional messages to the customer.

2.2 The Customer data that have been and/or will be provided by the Customer as part of their activity on the Site may be communicated by the Company to the public authorities. The Company will only disclose this data if required to do so by law, regulation or court order, to the minimum extent necessary.

2.3 Non-private customer information may be used in promotional materials.

3. Subject to carrying out Transactions on the Site, the Company shall have the right to require the Customer to provide certain attestation or other documents. If the Client fails to provide these documents to the Company, the Company, at its discretion, may freeze the Client’s account for any period of time or permanently close the account. Without limiting the provisions of the Privacy Policy, the Company may, in its sole discretion, refuse to open an account for any person or entity, with or without cause.

4. If an individual registers on this website on behalf of a company or other business entity, such registration will be deemed to be a registration of a representative of the company or entity, whereby such individual is authorized to represent such company or entity as a customer.

5. The Company has the right to disclose the private information of its current or former customers only if the customer consents in writing to such disclosure or if such disclosure is required by applicable law or to verify the identity of the customer. Customer information will only be disclosed to Company employees who manage customer accounts. This information must be stored on electronic or other media as required by applicable law.

6. The Client acknowledges and agrees that all or part of the Client’s account and transaction information will be retained by the Company and may be used by the Company in the event of a dispute between the Client and the Company.

7. The Company, at its discretion, may, but is not obliged to, review and verify all details provided by the Client for any purpose. The Client agrees that the Company will not be liable to the Client in connection with the examination or verification of the foregoing data.

8. The Company will take measures to implement advanced data protection procedures and update them periodically to protect the private information of Customers and their Accounts.

the society. In order to maintain the confidentiality of Customer information on this website, Customer is strictly prohibited from disclosing their registration details to any other person or commercial organization, including but not limited to their name, username and password. The Company will not be liable for any loss or damage caused to the Customer due to any misuse (including prohibited and unsecured use) or storage of his username and password, including any use by an authorized or unauthorized third party by the Customer.

10. The Client is solely responsible for the use of pocketoption.com with his username and password. The Company will not be responsible for any such use, including monitoring what the Customer does with their Account.

11. The Client will immediately inform the Company’s customer service of any suspicion of unauthorized use of the Account.

12. The Company does not collect or store the Customer’s credit card data.

In accordance with the recommendations of the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI DSS), transport-level encryption – TLS 1.2 and application-level encryption using the AES algorithm with a length of 256 bit key.

13. Definition of «Cookies»:

A «cookie» is a small set of data, often containing an anonymous unique identifier, which is sent to the customer’s web browser on a computer or mobile phone (hereinafter referred to as a «device») from the website’s computers and is stored on the hard drive of the Customer’s computer. Each website can send its own cookies to the Customer’s web browser if its settings allow it, but (for privacy reasons) the Customer’s web browser only allows the website to access the cookies it has already sent to the Customer’s computer and not to cookies that have been sent by other websites. Many websites use cookies every time a user accesses them in an attempt to track online traffic. By changing browser settings and properties, the Customer can configure the Web browser to block the sending of cookies to the computer.

Our cookie policy: When you visit this website, the pages viewed and cookies are downloaded to the hard drive of your device. Cookies stored on your hard drive may be used to anonymously identify you when you revisit the Website and to determine which pages of the Website are most popular among our customers. However, for privacy and security reasons, we do not store Customers’ personal data, including names, personal contact details, email addresses, etc. The use of cookies is common. Most major websites today use this technology. Cookies stored on the hard drive of the Customer’s device allow this website to provide the most convenient and efficient website for the Company’s Customers, allowing us to understand the preferences of our Customers.

14. The mobile application can send anonymous data about installed programs.

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