We will always try our best to protect your privacy and try and keep things as simple as possible. We will be transparent about what data we collect and why we use it.
As a Malta-based company, our business is governed by European data privacy law, primarily the EU General Data Protection Regulation.
You can use the nodepositbonuscasino.us website without being required to give us any personal information, although, as we explain below, we will collect some information from the device you are using. If you contact us, of course, record your contact information and details of your query.
We collect information from the devices you use to access nodepositbonuscasino.us. This includes the following: your IP address (a number that identifies a specific device on the internet and is required for your device to communicate with websites), hardware model, operating system and version, software, user agent, device information, preferred language, serial numbers, device motion information, mobile network information and location data.
We collect Web server log files, which may include information such as dates and times of access, the features or pages you view, app or site crashes and other system activity, the third party site or service you were using immediately before you came to our site, and the URL you go to immediately after leaving our site.
Our website may also use Hotjar. This a third party tool that assists us by providing recording services, which record mouse clicks and movements, page scrolling and any text you key into forms on the site. This data helps us to improve our website, find and fix errors and improve site functionality and is also used for statistical reporting about site use and performance.
‘Cookies’ are small text files stored in your web browser that enables us to recognise your computer when you visit our website. Cookies are essential to keep certain parts of our website functioning correctly and securely. We also use them to make things quicker, easier and more personal to you, and to help us understand how our websites are used. They can also be used to present you with more tailored content or advertising.
Most cookies we use are “session cookies,” which are automatically deleted at the end of a browsing session, but we also use “persistent” cookies. These stay on your hard drive and we use it to automatically recognise you as the same visitor when you return to our site or app. The cookie itself contains no personally identifiable information about you but it does pass an ID to our server which allows us to tie the cookie to you so we can update the homepage to let you know what has changed since your last visit.
Strictly Necessary Cookies: Making Our Websites Work
These Cookies are essential so that you can move around our sites and log in to the secure areas. They also enable us to deliver content to you in a way that works for your device.
Without these cookies you would be unable to access your account, so if you opt out of receiving them parts of our site will not work correctly and may not work at all. A few examples of the ways in which we use strictly necessary cookies:
Functionality cookies: Enabling the Features of the website
These Cookies allow our websites to remember choices you have made, such as your region. We also use them to personalise your experience by, for example, showing different content to regular site users and first time visitors, giving you access to information provided by social media websites such as Twitter, or to show you ‘related article’ links relevant to information you’re looking at.
Without these cookies you will still be able to use the site but might experience difficulty in using certain features and you may find that the content you see on the site is not as relevant to you.
A few examples of the ways we use functionality cookies:
Analytical Cookies – Monitoring the performance of our websites:
These Cookies collect information about how people use our websites and how the sites are performing, e.g. how many people visit, which pages are most popular and whether and where people see error messages.
A few examples of the ways in which we use Analytical cookies:
Without these cookies you will still be able to use and enjoy all the online features of our websites
Web Beacons (‘tracking pixels’)
Our websites and some of the emails we send also contain small invisible images known as ‘web beacons’ or ‘tracking pixels’. These are used to count the number of times the page or email has been viewed and help us measure the effectiveness of our marketing. The web beacons are anonymous and do not contain or collect any information that identifies you as an individual.
Targeting Cookies – Marketing & advertising:
These cookies are used to deliver adverts and content that are more relevant to you as well as to limit the number of times you see a particular advertisement and to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. We also use them to test and improve our products and services by, for example, trying out different product experiences with different groups of customers to see which is most popular
Without these cookies: You will be able to use and enjoy all the features of our websites but the adverts you see will not be tailored to your interests