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Get Properties is a full-service investment company that provides services and solutions for residency and citizenship by investment in a wide range of nations across the world.
Get Properties is the Data Controller in charge of this website.
Our website is designed so that you may explore it without revealing any personal info. If you choose to provide us with personal information, you surely know that it will be kept private and only used for the purposes mentioned above.
Goals of the Policy
We are responsible for ensuring the security of your personal data. Get Properties will not sell, rent, transfer, or make accessible any data on anybody who accesses our Website to anyone else, unless otherwise stated in this Policy.
This Policy’s goal is to:
define the sorts of personal data that Get Properties will collect and how it will be used – For more information, view section A “Personal Data We Collect From You”; section B “How We Use Your Information” and section C “Legal Basis for Processing” for the legal basis on which Get Properties processes any personal data; and section D “Legal Basis for Processing” for the legal basis on which Get Properties handles any personal information.
to inform you about how Get Properties will handle your personal information;
explain Get Properties’s responsibilities under the data protection regulations in respect of handling your personal information lawfully and responsibly.
We manage your personal data in a proper and lawful manner, in accordance with existing data protection regulations and the General Data Protection Regulation EU 2016/679 (the “GDPR”).
We will adhere to local data protection regulations in the governments where we operate. In order for us to do so, the personal data we keep on you must be:
collected only for valid purposes that you have been informed about and not used in any way that is incompatible with those purposes; relevant to the purposes you have been informed about and limited only to those purposes; accurate and up to date; kept only as long as necessary for the purposes you have been informed about; and kept securely
The most recent change to this policy occurred in July 2021.
A. Personal Information We Collect From You
You can contact our agents and acquire info about the residency and/or citizenship programs, as well as for Get Properties’s solutions, through our website. You can start the process of getting any of the services you choose.
We will receive and analyze the following personal information about you:
The Information You Provide
Personal data such as your first and surname names, nationality, home country, email address, and phone number are collected. They’ll also provide details on the services you’re interested in, as well as information on your inquiry. Any marketing choices you may have are likely to be included in the data you supply.
You may provide such data by filling out a contact form on the Website; (ii) communicating with us by phone, email, or other means when you apply for our services; (iii) subscribing to our services or publications; (iv) requesting marketing be sent to you; (v) providing feedback; or (vi) receiving general information.
Information We Collect About You From Our Website
When you visit our website, we will automatically collect the following information:
Technical data, such as the IP address used to connect your device to the Internet, your login details, web browser type and version, full Uniform Resource Locators (URL), clickstream to, through, and from our Website (including date and time), and other data about your experience on our Website, such as page response times, download errors, and other information, visits to specific pages, page interaction data (such as scrolling, clicking, and mouse-over), and techniques used to get away from the website.
We may get data about your locations if you provide it to us. We may detect your location based on your IP address and information gathered from your mobile device when you access the Website. When you used your mobile device, this contains data on the wireless networks or cell towers that were around.
Google AdWords, Facebook Pixels, Google Tag Manager, Amiando, Microsoft Dynamics, LinkedIn, Gmail, Adhoc paid media partners, and other Google Analytics advertising features.
Background, Identity, and Contact information from publicly accessible sources, compliance databases, and/or compliance and due diligence service providers both inside and outside the EU are used to validate that you are a good customer or provider for us.
B. How We Process Your Data
The information you submit to us
This information will be put to the following uses:
to make it even easier for us to provide the services you want and to bring out the contract we’re about to join into or have already joined into with you; if it’s necessary for our (or a third party’s) legitimate interests, and your interests and basic rights don’t override those preferences; to resolve any concerns you’ve raised, and to provide support services.
2. Information we learn about you from our website
This data will be used for the following purposes:
to maintain our Website and internal processes, such as troubleshooting and keeping our Website safe and secure; to enhance our Website so that we can provide content in the most efficient manner for you; to ensure that the Website content is shown in a user-friendly way.
3. Information we learn about you through our website
We’ll combine data we acquire from a variety of sources with data you supply and data we gather from you. Your information will only be used for the purposes mentioned in the preceding paragraphs.
C. Legal Background Processing
We will solely use your personal information to the extent that it is necessary for us to provide the services we provide and/or for the reasons outlined in this Policy.
We may also handle your personal information when we have a valid reason to do so or if we are compelled to do so by law. Affirming or defending legal claims, complying with a court, tribunal, or authority’s order, or revealing information to a government or regulatory agency are all examples of this.
Permission is rarely used as a legal basis for using your personal data. If your consent is necessary, we will give you a form in which you must express your (explicit) consent.
If you have asked and agreed to accept marketing messages from us by providing us with your contact details through this Website, you will get them.
We will not share your personal data with any third party for marketing purposes without your explicit permission.
You can cancel your permission or object to receiving marketing material at any time by contacting [email protected] or clicking unsubscribe. If you choose not to agree or object to any of the objectives stated below, or if you withdraw your permission, we will still be able to offer our services. However, we will not be able to provide you with the entire variety of services that we provide, and this may have an impact on the efficiency with which we supply the services you request.
E. Disclosure of Your Information
Personal data may be shared with government agencies and authorities in the country where you seek to live or get citizenship. Only the data necessary to carry out our deal with you will be shared
In order for us to deliver the services you’ve asked for, we may request to share your information with local agents or other service providers (as data processors). These local agents and suppliers keep and handle your information under strict privacy and with the appropriate security measures and protections in place.
Other third parties acting as data controllers, such as legal, tax, real estate, immigration, or other advisors and consultants, (international) banks for payment information, or third parties providing other or additional services or goods to you, such as real estate agencies/owners/developers with whom you may wish to engage under separate terms and conditions could be shared. These third parties will treat your information as independent data controllers, with their own data protection policies and processes in place.
We also may reveal your data if we are obliged to do so by law, judgment, or order from a court, tribunal, or other governmental entity.
F. Transfers of Data to Third Countries
Your personal information may be transmitted outside of the European Economic Area if we share it with internal or external third parties (EEA). Your personal data will be transmitted in line with standard contractual conditions (European Commission: Model contracts for the transfer of personal data to third countries) to guarantee that it is secure and transferred safely in accordance with relevant legislation, including the GDPR.
G. Third Party Access to Your Personal Data
We work closely with third-party companies to offer you the services you may need on our Website. Third parties include cloud storage suppliers, analytics providers, and search engine information providers, to name a few. We will only deal with third-party suppliers that comply with relevant laws in the locations in which we operate, are GDPR compliant, and agree to be bound by standard contractual terms to appropriately secure your personal data, where applicable.
These terms describe how to use the www.get.properties.com website (this website). Before using this website, we suggest that you should review these terms carefully. You accept to be covered by these terms and the documents mentioned within by accessing or using this website or expressing your permission in another way. Unless you do not agree with or accept any of these terms, you should immediately stop using this website.
“We, us, or our” references to “Get Properties” in these terms from occasionally relate to “Get Properties”; and You or you refers to the person who accesses or uses this website or its content.
This website is intended just for your personal, non-commercial usage. You accept that you are fully responsible for: all expenses and costs incurred as a result of using this website; and maintaining the confidentiality of your password and other account information. We may restrict or stop your access to this website if you do not agree with any part of these terms, the terms or policies to which they refer, or any relevant laws.
Whereas this site and all of your intellectual property rights are included, we hold all intellectual property rights not restricted to its content. Media copyright, registered trademark, domain name, right design, database rights, patents, and any other intellectual property rights are examples of intellectual property rights (wherein all parts of the world). In regard to these terms, we kept all intellectual property rights. This means, for instance, continuing to be the owner of those owners and freely using them.
These Terms and Conditions do not provide any legal rights that are required for access to the site. We agree that the alerts included on the site (including intellectual property notices), particularly those incorporated on the site, should not be avoided or eliminated in order to avoid or remove notifications contained in other safety technologies. The use of trademarks on the site is absolutely forbidden unless previous written authorization is obtained.
You may print a copy, download any page of our website for personal use, and catch the attention of others to the content published on our site. Do not make any changes to the paper or digital copies of the document that you printed or downloaded. Use no pictures, images, videos, audio sequences, or any other graphic apart from the text.
We make every attempt to maintain the Site correct, updated, and bug-free, but we cannot guarantee it. Moreover, we cannot promise that the Site will be appropriate or suited for any specific purpose. You are directly responsible for any reliance you place on this Site’s contents. We have the right to stop or terminate the operation of the Site at any time.
The content is given exclusively for your general information and to keep you up to date about us, our items, news, features, services, and other websites that you may find interesting. It is not meant to be used as technical, financial, legal, or other advice of any kind.
While we make every attempt to achieve the Site available to you, we cannot promise that it will be available all the time or that you will be able to use it without disruption.
The Site may include hyperlinks or references to third-party sites in addition to the Site. All hyperlinks and references are provided for your convenience only. We have no authority on third-party sites and are not responsible for any material, content, or data available on them.
The inclusion of a hyperlink or reference to a third-party website does not mean that we endorse or support that third-party website, its products, or services. Your use of a third-party site may be subject to the terms and conditions of that third-party site. Wherever our Website provides links to third-party sites and resources, these links are provided only for your convenience.
These links should not be interpreted as an endorsement of the linked sites or any information acquired from them by us. We have no responsibility for the content of other websites or resources.
With the exception of any legal liability that we cannot exclude by law, we are not legally responsible for any: damages that were not foreseeable to you and us when these Terms were created; or losses that were not caused by any violation on our part; or losses to non-consumers (such as death or personal injury).
We shall not be responsible to you if these Terms are violated due to an incident or circumstance beyond our reasonable control, such as strikes, lockouts, or other labor disputes; system or network failure; or flood, fire, explosion, or accident.
Unless they are a party to these Terms, no one has the authority to enforce them.
We reserve the right to modify these Terms at any moment. Our updated terms will be posted on the Site, and if you continue to use and access the Site after they are posted, you agree to be bound by any changes made by us. It is your responsibility to examine these Terms on a regular basis to confirm that there have been no modifications.
Our Website may be changed and updated occasionally to reflect changes in our products, the demands of our users, and our business goals. Any major changes will be notified to you as soon as feasible.
Our website is completely free to use. We make no guarantees that our Website or its content will always be accessible or available. We reserve the right to stop, remove, or restrict the availability of all or any portion of our Website for commercial and operational reasons. You will be notified of any suspensions or withdrawals as soon as possible.
You are also responsible for making sure that anyone who uses your internet connection to access our Website is notified of, and abides by, these Terms and any other relevant terms and conditions.
Our website is subject to alteration and updating at any time.
To understand how and why this website handles your IP address and cookies, we suggest that you read the following policy carefully. To visit and view our website https://www.getproperties.com (“Website”), you must expressly consent. Please leave our website instantly if you do not accept these terms of this policy.
The information on this page was last updated on July 20, 2021.
Get Properties (“We,” “We,” or “Get”) gathers two sorts of data from your website (“Site”). The practice generates (I) personal data and (ii) information such as your name and email address, which is linked to a “cookie” and your user’s Internet protocol address (“IP address”).
For the cookies policy, the processes for generating aggregate information (as mentioned above) are detailed here. To see and use the website, you must expressly agree to the practices stated below in addition to the online platform.
(A) IP Address
If you access a website, the system provides you an IP address, which is a unique identifying number. Our website automatically records your IP address, which provides information about your computer’s location on the Internet as well as the name of your Internet Service Provider (“ISP”).
What Is an IP address?
Your computer will be issued a unique IP address when you begin an Internet session. On the Internet, this is your computer’s only address. Websites won’t be able to provide you with material if you don’t have an IP address since they won’t be able to discover your machine on the Internet without it. Your computer will acquire a new IP address whenever you disconnect and rejoin the Internet. The IP address does not identify you personally, but it does reveal the location of your computer on the Internet as well as the name of your Internet service provider.
How Do We Collect Your IP Address
When you visit our website, your computer will submit a request for material to our website. Your IP address will be sent as a “return address” with this message from your machine. The site will be able to locate your machine and transmit the required material. All of these messages are automatically recorded by our web server.
What Do We Do With Your IP Address
When we collect your IP address, we combine it with other IP addresses to provide us with statistical data about website visitors’ geographic locations, their behavior on the website, and how they respond to the page. Your IP address will be automatically collected and stored in log files. These files also store information about your browser type, Internet service provider, operating system, date/time stamp, clickstream data, and files accessed on our website. We can produce aggregate information for our website using this information, such as general usage patterns and online activity.
(For example, the number of unique visitors, the frequency of visits, or the number of pages of search terms input). It also enables us to further manage our website, including checking for potential server difficulties, analyzing traffic trends, and assisting us in providing you with a better experience. We shall not keep IP addresses for any longer than is necessary for the above-mentioned reasons.
Cookies enable us to monitor trends and offer you a positive browsing experience on our website. A cookie is a piece of data that is saved on your computer’s hard disk. Cookies allow websites to recognize people who have previously visited them. Cookies enable us to store personal choices, such as language preferences, and to perform tasks without having to re-enter information.
Please be aware that third parties (such as ad networks and online traffic analytics services) may also employ cookies, over which we have no control. These cookies might be analytics or performance cookies, or they could be targeted cookies.
You can disable cookies in your browser by enabling the settings that allow you to reject all or certain cookie settings. You may not be able to access all or part of our website if you use your browser settings to disable all cookies (including basic cookies). Some sections of our website may not operate correctly if you refuse to accept cookies.
All cookies, with the exception of essential cookies, will expire after 30 days.
At the browser level, you may restrict how cookies are used. You can still use our website if you reject cookies, but you may be limited in your ability to utilize some services or sections. Many browsers allow you to surf anonymously, which means cookies are immediately deleted when you visit a page. Here’s a rundown of the most popular browsers and how to activate private browsing in them:
Internet Explorer 8 and later versions: In Private
Safari 2 and later versions: Private Navigation/Browsing
Firefox 3.5 and later versions: Private Navigation/Browsing
Google Chrome 10 and later versions: Incognito
Visit sites as www.allaboutcookies.org for more information about cookies.