We have a business image of dealing with extreme clarity and strive to supersede the tag of 'clean businessman'. Therefore, we do not indulge in any practice that law considers illegal and human behavior terms as unethical.
We are an Online Billing application and gather only the amount of information that is needed to run the application smoothly. The information rests safely with us, and is not outsourced in any form whatsoever.
Clients who are paying online can also be rest assured, as the valuable and sensitive information like their credit card information, phone number and business URLs are dealt with extreme care. The payment gateways we use are highly secured (with SSL encryption) and guarantee no data leakage at any point, whatsoever.
GDPR: is a general data protection regulation. This is a new framework of European data protection legislation. The Data Protection Act of 1998 does not synchronize with the currently allowed Internet, Facebook and Google services, which requires adjustment. The new law aims to harmonize the law on the protection of personal data across Europe and to give individuals greater protection and rights
The new legal package focuses on providing new rights for people who have access to information companies, obligations for better data management for businesses and a new regime of fines. Our voucher has always made sure that it keeps all the information and data of its client 100% secure. With the advent of a new set of security laws, InvoiceDuck keeps in line with all the issued guidelines:
InvoiceDuck processes personal data in a legal, fair and transparent manner. Its processing is based on a legitimate purpose and assumes responsibility and does not process the data for any purpose other than legitimate purposes.
InvoiceDuck has always made sure that they ask and process only the data that is needed and needed. Any data that is not relevant to the software has never been requested. The company will continue to abide by the law in the future.
InvoiceDuck has always believed in fairplay and data processing that’s transparent. We are always ready to share the reason behind collection of data and its processes.
InvoiceDuck has and will always make sure to take consent from its subject before using their data beyond the legitimate purposes.
InvoiceDuck maintains a Personal Data Breach Register and, based on severity, the regulator and data subject will be informed within 72 hours of identifying the breach.
We have incorporated organisational and technical mechanisms to protect personal data in the design of new systems and processes; that is, privacy and protection aspects will be ensured by default.
To assess the impact of changes or new actions, when launching a new project, changes or products will perform a data protection impact assessment. The data protection impact assessment is the procedure to be followed when there is a significant change in the processing of personal data.
InvoiceDuck will always make sure to respect GDPR requirements and personal data of its clients is protected.
We have assigned a significant Data Protection Officer to make sure the data, while processing, fulfills GDPR requirements.
Each employee of InvoiceDuck is aware about the key GDPR requirements and will make sure to fulfill the required guidelines throughout.
We however reserve the right to change or modify this Privacy Statement at any point of time. However, any information that is directly or indirectly related to your privacy would be updated in this section, so you are requested to visit the page regularly.