To deliver the stated services, Tumbler.to is liable to collect and temporarily store private identification information in various forms in the case where a user visits the website, uses the service, or interacts with the help desk.
If considered necessary, a user can voluntarily provide us with a name, e-mail address, and information on used Bitcoin addresses, for example, in solving issues by our help desk. This information is not mandatory, and we will collect it only if provided voluntarily.
Tumbler.to can collect and use private user data to deliver services under and not beyond the determined liability. Once the services are provided, all data is deleted.
All transaction information is deleted after seven days. Upon a voluntary initiative of a user, this period may be prolonged for a time required for the settlement of various questions that a user may face.
Tumbler.to does not collect non-personal identification information on visitors when they interact with our website. Non-personal identification information may include but are not limited to:
The collection and processing of non-personal information on visitors by services such as Google Analytics or Google Webmaster Tools are performed under the provisions of the service providers’ data confidentiality policies.
If you do not want any of your information collected by similar services, you can use the Tor mirror of our website, accessible only through a Tor browser. The main functionality of our service is preserved in the Tor version, which eliminates any data collection by third-party services.
Tumbler.to uses a CSFR token to protect web forms against Cross-site request forgery.
Tumbler.to takes all necessary measures to protect your data in terms of collection, storing and processing, and also security measures to prevent unauthorized access, change, disclosure, or destruction of private identification information and transactional data. Sensitive information and private data exchange between the website and its users is accomplished via the secure SSL channel for communication and encrypted with digital signatures, or via the encrypted Tor network.
We do not sell, impart, or rent out personal user information to third parties. Please, note that any transactions in the Bitcoin network are publicly available, and we have no opportunity to exclude those transactions from blockchain.
Updated on Sep 2019, in Seychelles