Terms and Condition

The operator of this website, aidtofishing.com (“Aid To Fishing,” “we” or “us”) always care about your privacy and the protection of your information/data.

We want you to know how we capture, use, and publish information. These Terms of Service define our interactions with this website (“Site”), our social networking accounts (“Social Media Pages”) as well as the HTML-based email messages that we submit to you (“Email”). Any other services that show our offline identification and this Privacy Policy.

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Aidtofishing is the organization responsible for gathering, using and revealing your private information (as described below) under such a Privacy Policy.

If you have any concerns about this Privacy Policy, please do not hesitate to contact us via our Support team.

Adjustment OF THESE TERMS

We can modify the Privacy Policy at any time. When we do this, the “Last Updated” line at the bottom of this page will be updated. You are responsible for updating this Privacy Policy on a daily basis. Your continuing use of the Site after the posting of updates to the Privacy Policies implies your approval of these changes. Until we provide you with the specific warning, no improvements to our Privacy Policies can be applied retrospectively.

PERSONAL DETAILS THAT WE CAPTURE

If you use our Services by, among other items, subscribing to our email, visiting our Web or otherwise engaging with our Services, we capture personal details. This information is required to provide you with the Services or to improve your user experience.

Personal information about individuals that describes you as an entity or refers to an individual’s conduct. There are many types of personal information that can be obtained as you communicate with the Programs. Examples of such private information include your name, email, demographic features (such as old, sex and zip code) and desire.

COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

We and our network operators gather personal information in the following of ways, including when:

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Sign up to accept e-mails, newsletters or other communications;

Participate in polls, tournaments, contests or other promotions available by the Services;

Ask for customer support or other aid;

Otherwise, you will connect with us via the Services;

Take a poll offline or take part in an in-person user conversation.

If, in connection with the Services, you reveal any sensitive details pertaining to others to us or to our service providers, you reflect that you have the authority to do so and to allow us to access the data in compliance with these Terms and conditions.

USE OF PERSONAL DETAILS

We compile, include or otherwise process private details as permitted by relevant regulations, including on the basis of one or more of the following:

The performance of the deal that we have with you;

The legal interests of Aid To Fishing, of a third party or of self. “Colorable claim” is the legal word of the law. This ensures that there are good motives for handling your sensitive data and steps are taken to mitigate the effect on your security needs and privileges.

“Colorable claim” therefore applies to our use of your data in ways that you can fairly anticipate and also have limited effects on privacy. We have a valid interest in gathering and processing personal information, such as: (1) ensuring that our networks and information are secure; (2) managing and generally negotiating deals within Aid To Fishing; and (3) preventing fraud;

Compliance with the legal duty to that we are sensitive; or permission which you give us at the point of collection of your private details.

We use your personal details to:

  • Provide you with the networks and applications you request;
  • Interact with you on changes to our policies;
  • Give you updates and e-mails;
  • Provide you with ads, as advertising focused on your presence on our Services or on third-party websites and applications;
  • Administer tournaments, races, advertisements and surveys;
  • Optimize or enhance our goods, resources and operations;
  • Detect, prosecute and avoid practices that can breach our rules or are unlawful;