Provider of OddsDNA respects the privacy of visitors to OddsDNA("Site"). We are committed to protecting your privacy online. We use information we collect about you to provide you with the services which you may access through our web site. We understand that you do not want the personal information you provide to us distributed indiscriminately and here we inform you how we collect information, what we do with it, who has access to it and what controls you have over its use.
You can browse the OddsDNA App or website without being required to give us any personal information, although, as we explain below will collect some information from the device you are using. If you contact us with a query or complaint we will, of course, record your contact information and details of your query.
We collect information from the devices you use to access OddsDNA. This includes the following: We get user's IP address in order to personalize user's experience as per his location for example, if a bookie is not licensed in a country, we do not show its odds to users within that country
We do not sell, trade or rent your information provided to us to others. We can however transfer this information to other subject in case of sale of the Site. We may need to disclose your provided information to third parties where this is required by law or where this is necessary for the function of a service provided to you. We may provide statistics about visitors, sales, traffic, etc. to third party vendors but these will not include any identifying information. Users who don't wish to receive our emails anymore can unsubscribe by writing to Site provider via contact form.
If you raise a query or a complaint through the OddsDNA Facebook or Twitter pages, we will of course have a record of your user name and will use this to talk to you to resolve the matter you've raised and keep accurate records of how it was resolved.
We may use information posted publicly on social media sites to help us understand how our customers interact with us. For example, we might look at which groups of customers are more likely to contact us via social media or to use social media to talk about our products and services. We do this in a way that does not identify individual customers.