Last modified: July 2021
BY USING THIS WEBSITE YOU EXPRESSLY AGREE TO ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONTAINED IN THIS POLICY.
Curate cares about your privacy. For this reason, we collect and use personal data only as it might be needed for us to deliver to you our website platform (the “Website”) and services (collectively, our “Services”). The Services are operated by Publicity Clerks Ltd (the “Company”, “we” or “us”) for users of the Services (“You”).
If at any time you have questions about our practices or any of your rights described below, you may reach our Data Protection Officer (“DPO”) and our dedicated team by contacting us at email@example.com. This Email inbox is actively monitored and managed so that we can deliver an experience that you can confidently trust.
What information do we collect?
When you interact with us through the Services, we may collect information from you, as further described below:
a. Information you provide: We collect information from you when you voluntarily provide such information, such as when you register for access to the Services or use certain Services. Information we collect may include but not be limited to username, real name, email address, mobile phone number, and any other content you upload to our Website.
b. Automatically collected information: When you interact with us through the Services, we receive and store certain information such as an IP address, device ID, and your activities within the Services. Logging when you access the Services and from where, allows us to better understand our users and keep your account safe.
c. Aggregated information: In an ongoing effort to better understand and serve the users of the Services, we may conduct research on our customer demographics, interests and behaviour based on the information collected. We may also disclose aggregated and anonymized user statistics in order to describe our services to current and prospective business partners, and to other third parties for other lawful purposes.
d. Cookies: Like almost all online websites we employ cookies and similar technologies to keep track of your local device’s settings and which account you are logged into. Cookies are small pieces of data that websites and services can set on your browser or device that can be read at a later date. In addition to Cookies we may also use web beacons and single pixel gifs to log Email opens.
–See our Cookies Policy for more information.
e. Cookies (third party): We use third party web site analytic tools such as Google Analytics on our Website that employ cookies to collect certain information concerning your use of our Services. However, you can disable cookies by changing your browser settings. Further information about the procedure to follow in order to disable cookies can be found on your Internet browser provider’s website via your help screen.
– We have specifically instructed Google to not share your information with their third parties.
– We use IP Anonymization on Google Analytics.
– See our Cookies Policy for more information.
Prohibited and restricted items for sale in our app:
Academic, beta, and OEM software
Adult only category
Animals and wildlife products
Artefacts, archives, antiques, cultural items and grave-related items
Charity and fundraising
Complilation and informational items
Counterfeit currency and stamps
Credit and debit cards
Digitally delivered goods
Drugs and drug paraphernalia
Electrical and electronics equipment – examples include cable TV decoders, radar jamming devices, and traffic light control devices
Embargoed goods and prohibited countries – examples include items from Cuba
Enabling duplication of copy-protected material
Encouraging illegal activity
Event ticket resale
Firearms, weapons, and knives – examples include pepper spray, replica firearms, and stun guns
Gaming machines (slot or fruit machines)
Government, transit, and postal items and official items – examples include aeroplane operations manuals, public
transportation employee uniforms, and Royal Mail mailbags
Hazardous, restricted or regulated materials – examples include batteries, fireworks and refrigerants
Human remains and body parts
Items encouraging illegal activity – examples include an eBook describing how to create methamphetamine
Mailing lists and personal information
Managed payments restricted items
Medical devices – examples include contact lenses, pacemakers, and defibrillators
Multi-level marketing, pyramid and matrix programs
Offensive material – examples include ethnically or racially offensive material and Nazi memorabilia
Perfume and cosmetics
Personal relationships and services
Plants and seeds
Replicas, counterfeit items, and unauthorised copies
Stamps, currency, and coins
Stocks and other securities
Surveillance equipment – examples include wiretapping devices and telephone bugging devices
Weeds (see plants and seeds)
Why do we process your personal data & how will it be used
We need to process your personal data for delivering, improving, updating, and enhancing the Services we provide to you.
We strongly believe in both minimising the data we collect and limiting its use and purpose to only that (1) for which we have been given permission, (2) as necessary to deliver the Services you purchase or interact with, or (3) as we might be required or permitted for legal compliance or other lawful purposes.
Our legal basis for processing your personal data.
a. Contractual necessity – Providing you with our Services: We handle personal data on this basis to create your account and provide our Services.
b. Legitimate interests: We process your personal data on the basis of legitimate interests in ways that are not overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals. Including:
– Providing a safe and secure Website
– Marketing – sending Emails to inform you of features or offers
– Account security – sending SMS two factor verification text messages
– Protecting our users, servers, and services
– Analysing and improving our Services to you
– Processing legal requirements
c. Consent: Handling data freely given by clear affirmative action. You have a right to withdraw consent, which must be brought to our attention.
Our disclosure of your information
We will never disclose your information unlawfully. Curate is not in the business of selling your data. There are however some circumstances in which we may share your information with certain third parties, as set forth below:
a. Business transfers: As our business grows we might sell or buy businesses or assets. In the event of our take over, merger, corporate sale, reorganization, bankruptcy or similar, your information may be part of the transferred assets.
b. Legal requirements: We may disclose your information if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to (i) comply with a legal obligation, (ii) protect and defend the rights or property of the Company or Related Companies, (iii) protect the personal safety of users of the Services or the public, or (iv) protect against legal liability.
c. Google Analytics: We utilize Google Analytics for website visitor tracking and analysis. We have specifically instructed Google to not share your information with their third parties. We use IP Anonymization on Google Analytics.
d. Trusted third parties: See below “Sharing your personal data with trusted third parties”.
Sharing your personal data with trusted third parties
We will never sell or share your personal data to any third party unlawfully. We may share your personal data with trusted third party service providers as necessary for them to perform services on our behalf, such as:
– Communicating with you, such as by way of email or SMS text message
– Customer relationship management
– Website analytics
We only share your personal data as necessary for any third party to provide the services as requested or as needed on our behalf. These third parties (and any subcontractors) are subject to strict data processing terms and conditions and are prohibited from utilising, sharing or retaining your personal data for any purpose other than as they have been specifically contracted for (or without your consent).
How do we store your data, and for how long?
Curate is based in the United Kingdom but also operates server infrastructure in the United States. No matter where you are located you consent to the processing and transferring of your information in and to the United States from the EU/UK. We follow all applicable data protection laws. We follow generally accepted standards to store and protect the personal data we collect, both during transmission and once received and stored, including utilisation of encryption where appropriate.
We generally retain personal data for so long as it may be relevant to the purposes identified herein. To dispose of personal data, we may anonymize it, delete it or take other appropriate steps. Data may persist in copies made for backup and business continuity purposes for additional time.
If you utilise our Services from a country other than the country where our servers are located, your communications with us may result in transferring your personal data across international borders.
Understanding your rights: Access, update, or delete your data
You can update most of your data by accessing your Account Settings. You can also unsubscribe from certain emails by clicking the unsubscribe link they contain, or by visiting Communication Settings under your Account Settings.
You may close your account at any time and for any reason by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To access, update, or delete your data you must do a submit a data access request. Do so directly by Emailing us at email@example.com, with the subject “Personal Data Request”. We will then start the process within 30 days. Object or restrict the processing of your data by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you make a request to delete your personal data and that data is necessary for the products or Services you have purchased, the request will be honoured only to the extent it is no longer necessary for any Services purchased or required for our legitimate business purposes or legal or contractual record keeping requirements.
Raising a complaint
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the relevant supervisory authority. We would be grateful if you could please contact us first – we will do our very best to resolve your concern.
In the event you provide us with ideas or suggestions for new or existing products or services, and other unsolicited submissions (collectively, “Unsolicited Information”) they will be deemed non-confidential and we shall be free to act on, reproduce, use, disclose, and distribute such Unsolicited Information to others without limitation or attribution.
Links to other websites
Our Services are available for purchase only for those over the age of 16. Our Services are not targeted to, intended to be consumed by, or designed to entice individuals under the age of 16. If you know of or have reason to believe anyone under the age of 16 has provided us with any personal data, please contact us.
Terms of Service
1. No explicit content or nudity in bad faith.
2. No counterfeited content. If you own an NFT you need to send it to your wallet, in order to respect the artist’s work and not double sell.
3. Regular pictures that lack artistic skill and quality will be denied upon submission in order to reward real artists and have a healthier marketplace.
4. Spam submissions will be denied and users can have their account locked as a result.
5. Curate takes no responsibility of any item sold by their users on their marketplaces and as such can not be held responsible for authenticating or verifying items as genuine. Therefore limiting any liability, as such users are advised to carry out due diligence on all items traded on the marketplace.
6. Pending withdrawals or payment disputes are processed on a manual case by case basis at varying times although we aim to process them as soon as possible.
7. The curate team can only approve NFTs to the best of their knowledge based on the above and the item in question is genuine and authentic. Any dispute lies with the creator/seller of the item.
These terms may update without notice.
Fiat Terms & Conditions
188.8.131.52 Credit Refund Requirements
A Merchant may establish its own credit refund policy, but must disclose it as specified in Section 184.108.40.206, Disclosure to Cardholders of Return, Refund, and Cancellation Policies.
A Merchant must not:
Accept payment from a Cardholder for the purpose of depositing funds to the Cardholder’s account.
Process a Credit Transaction Receipt without having completed a previous retail Transaction with the same Cardholder.
These restrictions do not apply to:
The loading of value to a Prepaid Card that participates in the Visa Prepaid Load Service
In the US Region: The loading of value to a Prepaid Card or to another non-Visa-branded account that participates in Visa ReadyLink
To the extent possible, the Merchant must process a Credit Transaction to the same Payment Credential as used in the original Transaction.
If unable to process the Credit Transaction to the same Payment Credential, the Merchant may either:
– Process the Credit Transaction to a secondary Payment Credential, if available, and if a Transaction Receipt or other proof of purchase exists, and either:
The original Payment Credential is unavailable (account is closed, transferred, reported lost/stolen).
An Authorization Request for the Credit Transaction2 to the original Payment Credential receives a Decline Response. – Refund the Transaction amount through alternate means (cash, check, in-store credit, or prepaid card), if any of the following conditions apply:
The Cardholder does not have a Transaction Receipt or other proof of purchase.
The Cardholder claims that the Prepaid Card used for the original purchase has been discarded.
The Authorization Request for a Credit Transaction to the original or secondary Payment Credential receives a Decline Response.
In the AP Region (Australia, New Zealand), Europe Region, US Region, US Territory: The Merchant must refund any surcharge3 assessed on the Transaction amount. For partial refunds, the surcharge3 amount must be pro-rated.
220.127.116.11 Prohibition of Minimum or Maximum Transaction Amount
A Merchant must not establish a minimum or maximum Transaction amount as a condition for honoring a Card.
This does not apply to a European Economic Area Transaction.
This does not apply to a Transaction initiated with a Credit Card issued in the US Region or a US Territory used at a Merchant Outlet in the US Region or a US Territory, as specified in Section 5.4.2, Conditions of Card Acceptance and Cardholder Rights