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When opening a new account on the Digital Resources Corporation website, we require a set of personal data for the customer, as this data must be performed correctly to complete the registration process on the site and to ensure that there is no wrong or misleading information.
Collected Information >> Your name, address, email, phone number and other required information.
Financial information such as credit / debit card or bank account details in some transactions.
To ensure the correctness of customer data, we may have to request proof of your identity and place of residence, such as a copy of
ID card, passport, driver's license or certificate of registration / warranty.
Note: Failure to provide such information and data may lead to restrictions on the use of all of our services or the suspension of a customer’s account. As for some high value transactions, we may be required to provide personal information to the appropriate authorities.
Upon completion of the registration process, you can start purchasing our services that are strictly protected against fraud and abuse through the following procedures:
Record and store your IP address and number of times you log onto the site.
Collecting usage and access data that allows us to prevent the opening of multiple accounts or fraudulent behaviors or to protect our systems against unlawful attacks.
We may share this data with professional and reliable fraud management services that help us analyze this data.
Depending on the information you have provided to us (your current verification status and the processes that you wish to perform), we may collect more information from banks, credit / debit card processing services, and identity verification services.
We obtain this personal and confidential information through the following sources:
Information you provide us with online, through forms, written forms, and other forms of data entry.
Information entered online by storing your personal information without completing or submitting a form.
Information from third parties is entered indirectly to verify the authenticity of the user and to prevent any fraud or fraud.
Information from third parties that you certify and agree to provide us with.
Information about sales and purchases and account history.