NB. You have some other data protection rights if you live in the European Economic Area (EEA). Please contact us if you want to know what Personal Information, we have about you and if you want it removed from our systems.
You have the following data protection rights in certain circumstances:
- The right to see, change, or delete the information we have about you.
- The right to correct information we hold.
- The right to raise objections to us about the data.
- The right to impose limitations to our use of your data.
- Data portability is a legal right.
- The ability to revoke consent is agreed.
The use of log files is a common procedure, including at Abell Money. When people visit websites, these files keep track of who they are. This is something that all hosting systems perform, and it is part of the way websites work at their best for the user. Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamp, referring/exit pages, and perhaps the number of clicks, are among the data gathered by log files. These are not linked to any personally identifiable information. The information is collected for the purposes of operating the site, tracking movements on the site, and optimising data provision.
You can discover the Privacy Policies for each of Abell Money's advertising partners on this list. [none at 1st June 2022]
When this happens, your IP address is sent to them. These technologies are used to assess their advertising campaigns and/or to tailor the advertising material you see on websites you visit.
Third-party cookies are used by third-party advertising and Abell Money has no access to or control over them.
Third Party Privacy Policies
We advise you to consult the respective Privacy Policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information if you have any concerns. It may include their practices and instructions about how to opt-out of certain options.
You may find a list of these Privacy Policies and their links here:
You can disable cookies in your browser by changing your settings. More thorough information about cookie management with various web browsers can be found on the respective browsers' help pages.
What Are Cookies exactly?
Cookies are text files containing small bits of information — such as a machine id or IP address or location, also can include username and passwords in certain circumstances — these are used to identify your computer when you connect to the internet, and increase your security. – see below
This paragraph explains what information they collect, how we use it, and why we need to store certain cookies on occasion. We'll also show you how to disable these cookies, but keep in mind that doing so may degrade or 'break' key aspects of the site's functionality.
See the Wikipedia page on HTTP Cookies for more general information about cookies.
Cookies are used for a variety of reasons, which are listed below. Unfortunately, there are no industry-standard solutions for deactivating cookies without also eliminating the functionality and features they contribute to this site in the majority of circumstances. If you're not sure whether you need cookies or not, it's best to leave them on so we deliver to you the best service.
You may prevent cookies from being set by changing the settings in your browser (see your browser's help for instructions). Disabling cookies will have an impact on the functionality of this and many websites you visit. Disabling cookies will frequently result in the site's functionality and features being disabled as well. As a result, it is not suggested that you disable cookies.
The Cookies We Set
Login related cookies
Third Party Cookies
In some situations, we may additionally utilise cookies provided by third parties we trust, for example software suppliers to our suite of programmes made available to you, and in summary described as ‘the banking experience’. The section below explains the third-party cookies you can encounter while browsing this site.
This site also includes social media buttons and/or plugins that allow you to interact with your social network in a variety of ways. Social media sites, such as Facebook™ and Twitter™, will set cookies through our site in order for these to work. These cookies may be used to enhance your profile on their site or add to the data they keep for various purposes mentioned in their respective privacy policies. They should be contacted direct for any information about this policy they have.
Hopefully, this has explained things for you, and as previously stated, if you're not sure whether or not you need something, it's usually safer to leave cookies enabled in case it interacts with one of the functions you use on our site. If you require further information, please contact us via email.
Information concerning children
Protection for young people when accessing the internet is one of our priorities. Parents and guardians are encouraged to observe, participate in, and/or supervise and manage their children's online activities.
Whilst we do not consider that our websites contain any material directly unsuitable for children, it is not appropriate for minors to view private financial data of others in any circumstance.
Abell Money is not intended for use by minors, and we request parents respect this by not sharing login data with children. Abell Money does not intentionally collect Personal Identifiable Information from minors under the age of eighteen. If you believe your child accessed our website, please notify us immediately and we will promptly remove such information from our records.