Frequently Asked Questions
Does Debt.com do business with people in the EU?
What is the current status of Debt.com’s GDPR compliance?
How does Debt.com Software as Service products process personal data?
Is sensitive data stored within Debt.com tools?
Are you a data processor, as you store and organize data from other sources?
Is Debt.com able or will Debt.com be able to respond to data subject requests under GDPR?
In particular, if I am a data subject and Debt.com is a data controller to my personal data, can Debt.com comply with my request “to be forgotten”?
For example, with respect to any personal data that provides the necessary contact details in order to administer a subscription for a subscriber that is an organization, Debt.com will need to replace the contact information within its system in order to manage the subscriber’s subscription and account.
For any subscribers who are individuals, complying with a request to be forgotten will, of course, cause a permanent termination of the subscriber’s account and subscription.
If you are a data subject and have requests of Debt.com under GDPR related to your individual rights in your personal data, including a “request to be forgotten/for erasure,” “rectification,” etc., please email [email protected]. Debt.com will promptly review your request and respond to you.
Which personal data does your company collect?
Debt.com does not collect or process any sensitive personal data.
Debt.com’s efforts to identify all existing and any new sources of personal data collection are ongoing toward being compliant with GDPR by 25 May 2018.
Where is the headquarters of your company?
Are you offering data storage and all processing for your EU customers to take place within the EU?
Are you willing to sign the mandatory data processing agreement?
Updated July 7, 2018