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Privacy Policy

RewardsWallet understands that you are concerned about your privacy. That's why RewardsWallet has created this privacy and permission statement, to demonstrate our firm commitment to your privacy.

Does RewardsWallet collect my personal details?

RewardsWallet does not collect any of your personal details such as your name or postal address. RewardsWallet only keeps a record of your email addresses for the purposes of maintaining your RewardsWallet balance and allowing you to redeem.

How does RewardsWallet use my information?

RewardsWallet uses your email address to allocate a rewards balance to you when a third party client that you are a customer of chooses to issue rewards to you. RewardsWallet will notify you via email when rewards have been allocated to your email address. If you enter your email address on the RewardsWallet home page to request a Balance Check, we will send an email to you with a link allowing access to your RewardsWallet balance and redemption page. When you request a redemption, RewardsWallet will issue an electronic gift card, sent to you via email. Your email address may be shared with a third party if it is required by law. Other than for the purposes stated above, your email address is not used for any other purpose and not shared with any other party.

What about security?

RewardsWallet has modern and robust security measures in place to protect the information you give to us from loss, misuse and alteration. We are constantly reviewing and upgrading these security measures to ensure the very best of protection to you.

Why does RewardsWallet record IP Addresses?

When a user visits the RewardsWallet web site or makes a transaction on RewardsWallet, our computers may record their IP address. In the event that we detect fraud or abuse of our program or our Web site and computers, we may use the IP address of the offender to take action against them. Ultimately this ensures greater protection for you and your personal information.

What are cookies and why does RewardsWallet use them?

A cookie is a piece of data stored on a user's computer hard drive, containing information about that user. A cookie can only be accessed across the Internet by the Web site that placed it there. Cookies are used by the RewardsWallet Web site to add functionality and security.

You may choose to reject a cookie that the RewardsWallet Web site attempts to place on your computer, however you may then be limited in your use of some areas of the Web site. The use of cookies in this way is wide-spread and commonly accepted by the Internet community.

What about other Web sites?

The RewardsWallet Web site may contain links to other Web sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these other Web sites. We encourage you to be aware when you leave our Web site and to read the privacy statements of other Web sites that you use. This privacy statement applies only to Web sites owned and operated by Unified Incentives Pty Ltd.

What is "spam" and does RewardsWallet send it?

The widely accepted definition of "spam" is unsolicited commercial email, or in other words, email of a commercial nature that the recipient does not want. RewardsWallet does not send "spam". Emails that RewardsWallet sends to you are sent on behalf of third parties with which you have an existing relationship (for example, you are their customer), or they are sent to you at your request (for example you requested to check your RewardsWallet balance or redeem your rewards.)

How can I stop RewardsWallet from sending me email?

Each email we send to you contains a link at the very bottom allowing you to unsubscribe.

If you have received unwanted email sent from RewardsWallet, or purporting to be sent from RewardsWallet, please contact RewardsWallet.

If you have any questions about the privacy and permission practices of the RewardsWallet Web site or your dealings with Unified Incentives Pty Ltd, please contact RewardsWallet. We are committed to being of service to you and resolving any issues that may arise.

This statement should be read in conjunction with the RewardsWallet Terms of Service.