We are committed to protecting the personal rights of users. For this reason, we constantly design and maintain a data protection framework through which our users can obtain information and exercise their rights regarding their data and privacy. Our Privacy Policy is intended to tell you what information we collect, how we use it, and the choices you have regarding the use of certain information. The key parts of our full Privacy Policy are set out below. Our privacy policy applies to website visitors. The purpose of this summary is to give you the highlights in easy-to-understand language. However, the full version of our data protection declaration is legally binding.

Information we collect and how we use it: When you visit our websites, we collect certain information about your visit, your interaction with the content, the website you came from and are visiting, and some additional technical information about use the device and system you use. Services. If you choose to use one of the click-to-call services we offer, the phone number from which you called can be accessed for a limited period of time, up to 3 months. Information is used to operate our websites, to provide you with services, to improve them over time, to track analytics and statistics, and to enable us to synchronize and process payments to our business partners (including customers, suppliers and affiliates). relax. We will not share your information unless we are required to do so by law or unless it is necessary to provide our website and services.

This privacy policy includes:



  1. Terms of Use.  This Privacy Policy is an integral part of the Website Terms of Use (Terms). Any capitalized terms in this Privacy Policy that we do not define have the meanings given to them in the Terms.
  2. Our legal basis for processing.  We process and use personal data in accordance with legal data protection regulations. Our legal basis for processing your personal data is usually one or more of the following:
    1. Fulfillment of contract.  When you access or use the Website, you are asking us to provide you with the Services in accordance with our Terms of Use. To do this, we need to process some of your personal data (e.g. your IP address).
    2. Legitimate interests.  We may use some of your personal information when we have a legitimate business reason to do so. We use this personal information to operate, improve and market the Services (such as when you customize your experience on the Services or for analytics purposes) and to protect our business (such as to prevent fraud or to ensure the security of the website).
    3. Legal Obligations.  In some cases, the use of your personal data is necessary to comply with a legal obligation or request (e.g. dealing with complaints from users or authorities);
    4. Assumption.  In certain cases. We ask for your consent to process and use your personal data to provide additional services (e.g. when you sign up for our newsletter or provide us with personal data to receive tailored offers). If we rely on consent as the lawful basis for processing, you may withdraw your consent by contacting us at the following email address:
  3. The information we collect.  When you visit the Site or use the Services, we may collect certain information about your visit and use of the Site and Services in one or more of the following ways:
    1. Information you give us.  Some services require you to provide or submit certain personal information in order to use them. Some functions and/or services that require the provision of personal data require your express and active consent (e.g. newsletters that may be available from time to time on certain websites, promotional materials and forms) and your opt-in. collected when you accept this Privacy Policy as described below.

      Personal data within the meaning of this data protection declaration   is data that can be used alone or together with other data to identify a person, e.g. B. First and last name, email address, telephone number, place of residence or other physical address and other contact information. In some jurisdictions and due to the specific uses of the information, the IP address that your Internet service provider assigns to your device may also be considered personal information. In this case, we treat the information as personal in all processing and security aspects, but we do not use this information to identify or personalize the user.

      1. Forms and services of third parties:    The website lists, evaluates and compares various third -party companies, brands and trading units (    partners together    ) and their products and/or services (joint    products    ). From time to time we can provide you with offers, services and products from partners using an online form that you can fill out on request and approval. This information is used to facilitate your connection and/or collaboration with the partner. (    Lead   ). If you want more information about a partner company or product or would like to do business with a partner and click on the corresponding partner symbol or the corresponding tab, you may be forwarded to your own landing page or to the partner's online form. according to (homepage    )    ; It may also be that they are forwarded from other websites and websites to the homepage. In both cases, however, you may be asked to provide certain information on the landing page, including personally identifiable information such as name, email address and telephone number (together this information is referred to as landing page information    ).   .The landing page information you submit is collected directly by the partner that provided it and will contain their own privacy policies and information about data collection practices. We recommend that you familiarize yourself with this data protection declaration in order to better understand the purpose for which we collect and use the personal data you transmit.
      2. Contact us.  If you send us a "contact" request (or a similar request), either by sending an electronic form we provide by sending an email to the email address provided by us by using feedback - or reporting feature on the website or otherwise, you may be asked to provide us with certain personal information such as your name and email address. This information, including the content of your contact information, will be used to process and respond to your request and for legitimate business purposes as described in Sections 4 and 5 of this Privacy Policy.
      3. Blogs, newsletters, surveys and campaigns.  The Website may contain a blog forum, reviews and articles that provide information about our services, partners, products and relevant marketing. The website may also offer you the option of subscribing to newsletters and participating in surveys and other advertising activities (some of which can be managed by us and others by third parties with which we work with). In all the above cases, it may be necessary to provide certain personal information in your interaction (e.g. answering a blog forum, subscribing to a newsletter or filling out a survey), for example your name and email address. In this case, the information you transmit will also be passed on directly to this third party and used in accordance with this data protection guideline and your own data protection guideline of this third party;
    2. Information we collect from you.  We collect information about your use of the Services and your interaction with the Site or Services as follows and in the following ways:
      1. Device information:    For deployment and compatibility purposes, such as: For example, language, geographical location and time zone, we collect device information such as device type and version, operating system type, language and version, as well as information that can be obtained from the user. such as the browser. Type and version, screen resolution.
      2. Interaction and use:    In order to provide the Services, maintain and continually improve the Site so that we can synchronize it with our partners and affiliates, we collect information about your interaction and use of the Services, such as: E.g.: URLs to which you were referred and referred to by the website, the internal URL of the website you visited - addresses and actions related to the services (e.g. viewing or clicking), the date/time Site timestamp, time of clicks and impressions.
      3. Log files:    We collect information through server log files, but also through the use of tracking technologies on the website, such as: B. Pixel tags. We do this to analyze trends, monitor user engagement and interaction with the website and similar services. The information collected may include IP addresses assigned to your device by your Internet service provider. We collect IP addresses for a limited period of time and for specific purposes. On the one hand, we want to better understand your geographical location (country, region and language) so that we can offer services in your own language and home country. Second, we use automatic tools to analyze IP addresses and identify fraudulent addresses.
      4. Cookies and similar technologies.  The Site may use cookies and other anonymous web tracking technologies (such as web beacons and pixel tags) implemented by us or third parties. A cookie is a small file containing a series of strings that is sent to your computer when you visit a website. When you visit the website again, the cookie allows that website to recognize your browser. Cookies can store your online preferences and other information about your interaction with the website. You can reset your browser to refuse all cookies or to notify you when a cookie is being sent to your browser. However, without cookies, some features or services of the Site may not function properly and some features may not be available to you. A pixel tag is a technology placed on the website that is used to monitor the activity of the website.

        For more information about the types of cookies used and how we use cookies/tracking technologies on our website, please see our Cookie Policy.

    3. Information we receive from third parties.  Like many Internet-based services, the Site and Services are operated and provided in collaboration, synchronization and interaction with third parties, including partners, affiliates and other third parties. To enable and facilitate such synchronization, we may receive information from third parties, e.g. B. Advertisements, form transmission or telephone calls. On some websites you can use the service via click-to-call if you wish. In this case, third -party providers enable the call forwarding, tracking and success feedback. In such cases, the telephone number from which you called can be passed on to us for a limited period and for the purpose of processing recommendations and successful calls with our partners (without further information about you). In addition to this purpose
  4. Consent, options and changes.  You are not legally required to provide us with personal information (and you agree that providing personal information is voluntary). You are also under no obligation to use the website at all. By accessing the website and using or interaction with the services, you agree to this data protection guideline and our information practices described here. If you do not agree to this data protection guideline, please do not access the website or services and do not use it otherwise.

    Some services require the specification of certain personal data. In this case, you can choose whether or not to use such services. Please note that even if you have provided us with your personal data, you have the unreserved right to revoke this consent at any time (you can find more information on refusing and revoking the consent in section 8 below).

  5. The way we use personal data.   In addition to the information we collect (including personal data, your aggregated   data),  which are described elsewhere in this data protection directive, we also use personal data in the following way:

    To provide you with and continually improve the Website and Services generally. We use your information to: (a) operate and provide the Site and Services to you; (b) to further develop and improve the website and the services; (c) count and follow recommendations and advertising (defined in section 5); (d) validate users as humans and monitor fraud prevention; (e) to respond to your inquiries and other communications with you; (f) identify or authenticate your access to the website and your use of the website.

  6. Sharing your data with third parties.  We do not share your personal information with third parties except in the following cases:
      1. data storage and security platforms (    Data Platforms    ); To store and store your data, we use third-party cloud and storage services. This means that we send your data to third -party companies worldwide, including in the United States, to save this data in our name or for other processing purposes. These companies include Amazon Web Services (whose privacy policy is available at:
      2. Social media platforms. We may share anonymized information with social media platforms (such as Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) for marketing and operational purposes. Such social media platforms may collect your personal information independently and combine the anonymized information we provide with your collected personal information for which you have provided your separate and independent consent. All such activities and any personal information obtained therefrom are subject to the social media's own privacy policies and we have no control, monitoring or knowledge thereof.
      3. Other third parties. We may send or otherwise share your information with various third parties who assist us in our business (such as customer service representatives and email or telephone service providers) who help us understand how our users use the Site and Services, And to improve them. These third parties may have their own privacy policies that they follow, and we require them to disclose these when providing their services. We recommend that you read this data protection directive again if these third parties provide your services directly for you. In addition, these third parties may be located (and their servers may be located) anywhere in the world.
      4. Execution. We may disclose your personal information to third parties if we believe that disclosing that information is useful or reasonably necessary: (a) to conform to any applicable law, regulation, legal process or governmental request; (b) monitor compliance with our terms of use, including the investigation of possible violations; (c) recognize, prevent or otherwise remedy fraud or security problems; and/or (d) to protect against violations of the rights of our connected companies, our users, you and/or the public.
      5. Partners and products. The Services may include submitting an electronic form if you choose to do so and are interested in receiving more information about one service or another (    Online Form    ). In this case, we may send or otherwise share the electronic form information with the partner about whom (or whose product) you would like to receive more information or with whom you have expressed interest in doing business (the relevant partner and the). Product) )    so that    it    succeeds   in giving the correspondent the opportunity to contact you with the information you request. If the submission of e-form information was not related to a specific partner or product you clicked on, we may send or otherwise share e-form information with a partner that provides services or products related to your request resemble. In any case, you understand that: (a) partner can contact you via the electronic forms you transmit; (b) We have no influence on how the partner can contact you or the subject of such contact. And (c) Each partner has to provide their own data protection directive and therefore may not adhere to this data protection directive and (d) partners can be anywhere in the world (and their servers can be there).
      6. Merger, sale or bankruptcy. If we or one of our affiliates are acquired by or merged with a third party company, or we otherwise sell all or a portion of our assets, we may (and reserve the right to) use personal information and other information that we collect or receive , transfer or disclose . In such a case, we will require the receiving entity to disclose its data practices and provide you with all of your rights in accordance with the jurisdiction in which you reside.

    We may also share some non-personal information with the following types of third parties under the following circumstances:

    1. Third parties that we engage or host or provide services and features that we may make available to you collect information about the Site and visitors' interactions with the content and features on our behalf or to provide their services. We do this when we use or provide third-party technologies, services or features, or when we grant those third parties access to our website or technology for certain purposes, as described in the Privacy Policy or on the website. We may use analytics tools such as Google Analytics and Tableau. These tools help us understand user behavior on our website and services, including tracking page content and clicks/tips, gestures, scrolling and keystrokes. The privacy practices of these tools are governed by their own policies.
  7. Links to and Interactions with Third Party Properties.   The Site may contain links to third party websites (e.g. partners), content, and other online properties (collectively, “Third Party Properties”)   Information related to clicking on such third-party websites and any personal information you provide on such third-party websites will be provided to the third party (although we and our affiliates may have return or return arrangements with those third parties). Share such information and personal data with us). We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these third parties or for the features, products and data collection practices of these third parties. We encourage you to read the terms of use and privacy policies of any third-party properties you use or interact with.
  8. access and accuracy; Deletion.  Except as described in this Privacy Policy and for certain uses, we do not store information in a way that allows us to personally identify you. For this reason, requests to process, modify or delete your data can only be processed if you have provided this data or used a service that involves the collection of personal data. In such cases, if you would like to review, amend or delete your personal information that we may maintain, please contact us at: and request a review, amendment or deletion. This can take up to 30 business days. Process your request.
  9. Choices and opt-outs.  You are free to provide us with your information for the purposes described in this privacy policy. You can exercise your rights regarding your personal data and the jurisdiction of your place of residence at any time. For example (if applicable and relevant):
      1. Cookies and tracking technologies.  You can set your browser to refuse and/or block cookies from the website or third party services (see section 2.2.4 here for details).
      2. Review and update your personal information or request deletion from our servers (see Section 7 for more information).
      3. California Privacy Rights.  California Civil Code Section 1798.83 allows our California customers to request certain information regarding our disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. You can make such a request by sending an email to
      4. Rights of data subjects in the EU.  Any personal data we collect in accordance with this Privacy Policy will be treated and processed in accordance with the GDPR. As a user residing in the EU, you can:
        • Get access to the personal data we hold about you. We must ask you to provide us with certain identifying information to verify that you are who you say you are. If you find that the personal data is not correct, complete or up -to -date, please let us know the information required for correction.
        • Contact us if you would like to withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data. Exercising this right will not affect the lawfulness of consent-based processing before its withdrawal.
        • Request the deletion or restriction of access to your personal data. If you exercise one (or more) of the rights mentioned above, you have the legal right to request a notification that the third parties that save your personal data in accordance with this data protection declaration
        • Object to the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes if your personal data is used for such purposes.
        • You have the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authority.
      5. Canada.  If you live in Canada, you can request certain information about the transfer of personal data to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. You can make such a request by sending an email to

    If you have any further questions about your personal data, you can contact our data protection team at

  10. Our California Do Not Track notice.  Some browsers offer a "do not track" ("DNT")-signal. The DNT signal is an HTTP header field that states that you want to track your activity in service or through cross-location user tracking. We do not currently respond to DNT signals. We may have third parties, such as: B. Companies that provide us with analytics tools that allow us to collect personal information about an individual consumer's online activities over time and across different websites and services as the user uses the website.
  11. Information security.  We and relevant third party services/partners implement security systems and procedures to protect the information transmitted, processed and stored on our website, on our data servers and in our systems. For example, the website is encrypted using SSL and, like all other information transferred, we regularly review our information and data collection practices to ensure ongoing monitoring. We use third-party processing and delivery services that implement various data security standards and certifications (at rest and in transit) and monitor and filter access to data by our organization's employees. Such systems and procedures reduce the risk of data breaches, but do not provide absolute security as there is no such thing on the global network. For this reason, we cannot guarantee that the website and our servers will be protected against unauthorized access to the data stored on it and from other safety risks. If you have any questions about website security, you can contact us at
  12. Privacy of children.  The Site or Services are not intended to attract children under 16 years of age. Accordingly, we do not intend to collect personal data from people from whom we know that they are under 16. If we learn that we have collected personal information from a child under 16, we will use commercially reasonable efforts to delete the information as quickly as possible. If you believe that we have such information, please contact us at:
  13. Users outside the US.  We may transfer your information (including your Personal Information) outside of the country in which it was collected or in which you reside (e.g., to the United States), including to a country that may protect the protection of the Personal Information provided is not the same. such as the country you live in. However, in this case, we will ensure that all contractual guarantees are in place (e.g. Privacy Shield certification) to ensure that your data is processed in a way that provides adequate protection when transferred or exchanged between our third parties offers. Provider.

    By providing Personal Information and using the Services, you expressly consent to the use of such information in accordance with this Privacy Policy and to the transfer of your information to another country (e.g., the United States).

  14. Engagement.  Protecting your privacy online is a constantly evolving practice and we do our best to develop our website to meet these requirements and best practices in all jurisdictions where the website is available.