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What Security Measures Do We Use To Protect Your Personal Data?

When you give us personal data, we take steps to make sure that it’s treated securely. Your personal data involving payment information for purchasing virtual goods in the App or cash prize award payouts to winners will be encrypted and protected with 128 Bit encryption on SSL, specifically through third party providers like PayPal or Venmo for making and receiving payments and cash awards. In addition, we take reasonable steps to require that these third parties to whom we transfer any data will provide sufficient protection of Personal Information received from us.

Non-payment details (your email address etc.) are sent normally over your mobile provider’s data network, and this can never be guaranteed to be 100% secure. In addition, e-mail or SMS message sent or any other information or data sent to or from our servers over the public Internet may not be secure. Therefore, you should therefore take special care in deciding what personal data you send to Lucky Day through an Internet connection or mobile network. As a result, while we strive to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the security of any personal data you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive your personal data, we make our best effort to ensure its security on our systems. Where we have given (or where you have chosen) a password which enables you to access your profile on the App, you are responsible for keeping this password confidential. We ask you not to share your password with anyone.

You can help us to protect your Personal Data by: (i) ensuring your handset device is locked, (ii) not sharing any password or log-in data with others; and (iii) changing your password frequently. Lucky Day is not responsible for any breaches of your profile and access to your personal data, which is attributed to lost or stolen user names and passwords. In the event of an inadvertent disclosure of a your user name and password, you are advised to change your password as soon as you become aware of such disclosure