Zumigo, Inc. (“Zumigo”) considers the privacy of consumers to be of paramount importance and continuously reviews our privacy-related policies and practices to ensure responsible policies consistent with consumer-friendly and protective best practices. This Privacy Policy was prepared to describe how Zumigo collects data and uses it to provide identity theft and fraud prevention services.

Zumigo is a provider of mobile technology and services to leading mobile operators, financial institutions and merchants. Zumigo operates a hosted mobile service and complementary applications. The service and applications operate by using mobile device and carrier characteristics. The policy below describes Zumigo’s policy on the use, privacy and protection of such information.

Data Collection and Data Usage

Personally identifiable information (PII) is any information about consumers such as name, address, or email address that is not otherwise available via public sources; provided, anonymous information collected by aggregating volumes of users is not considered PII under this policy. Zumigo builds and hosts mobile services for our clients; PII may be collected in the course of a web site visit as part of the users’ interactions with that service. When PII is collected in this manner, this PII data is the property of our clients and is subject to their privacy policy. Zumigo may not use this data in any way that is not authorized by our partners.

Zumigo collects certain non-personal mobile consumer information such as the mobile device or the wireless carrier. None of this data is considered PII under this policy, and as such, may be used to improve the quality of our services. Zumigo may also assemble non-personal behavioral and demographic clusters. No PII is used during that process and PII is never shared with marketers or other third parties.

Zumigo intends to comply with all properly authorized requests of law-enforcement agencies in matters of public safety.

Zumigo takes every appropriate measure to protect against unauthorized access to our data for any purpose.

Zumigo provides services and carrier connectivity to enterprises with a mobile presence, including mobile websites, applications and messaging programs. This Privacy Policy does not extend to those sites and services, and Zumigo is not responsible for the security and privacy practices of those sites and services.

Zumigo seeks to be a responsible company relating to the protection of children, including the privacy interest of children. Zumigo’s websites, products, and services are not developed for, or directed at, children. If you believe our services are resulting in an inappropriate set of interactions with children, please contact us. If you believe your child has provided Zumigo with personally identifiable data, and you would like to have the data removed, please contact us. Emails may be sent to privacy@zumigo.com.

Zumigo is committed to continually examining and reviewing its privacy practices, and may make changes to this Privacy Policy. In the event that any material changes are made to the company’s privacy practices, we will promptly make changes to this privacy policy that discloses the changes.

If you have questions regarding this privacy statement, please contact privacy@zumigo.com.

This Privacy Policy was last updated on Jan 22, 2019