SECURITY POLICY

Sweemo.com is a Website operated by SWEEMO LIMITED.

We are registered in England and Wales under company number 06444876 and we have our registered office at 92 Cromer Street London, WC1H 8DD, United Kingdom.

The Data Protection Act 1998 and the Information Commissioner requires all Data Controllers to take the issue of security very seriously.

This is the Security Statement of Sweemo Limited.

1. We have a management and corporate commitment to information security within the organisation and provide clear direction, guidance and responsibilities and procedures in this respect.

2. The company has a compliance officer who deals with security of information and personal data.

3. All employees are briefed on the importance of personal data and security and confidentiality of information obtained.

4. We control physical security in relation to the information and personal data that is contained at our facilities and restrict access to the site, buildings, computer rooms, office desk, technology areas, equipment and other facilities where unauthorised access by people could compromise our security.

5. All proprietary or confidential information, including personal data, is contained or stored on computer and any that is contained and stored on manual files are locked up and secure.

6. We seek to control access to information and personal data, including existing procedures for authorising and authenticating users as well as software controls for restricting access and techniques for protecting data such as encryption.

7. We do store your credit card information but only for the purposes of processing your details.

8. We monitor and log access so as to assist in detection and investigation of security breaches and any attempted breaches where they occur.

9. We maintain a business continuity plan as a contingency plan which identifies our business functions and assets (including personal data) which would need to be maintained in the event of disaster and set out the procedures for protecting and restoring them if necessary.

10. Our staff are trained on security systems and we have relevant procedures in place in relation to the obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998. Accordingly staff are aware of information security issues and they can go to the compliance officer with any issues relating to the Data Protection Act, Privacy or personal data. From time to time we endeavour to provide external speakers or representatives of relevant bodies to carry out training or to deliver seminars on the relevant subject.

11. In respect of detection and investigation of breaches where they occur, we have in place relevant controls which should alert us to a breach in security. We endeavour to investigate every breach of security.

12. We are taking and will endeavour to continue to take all reasonable steps in order to protect our information and all personal data. However, the Company cannot guarantee the security of any personal information or data disclosed to it or collected by it.

SWEEMO LIMITED

http://www.sweemo.com



Frequently Asked Questions

What is Sweemo?

Sweemo is a marketplace – and similar to other marketplaces – there are buyers and there are sellers. On Sweemo, the sellers are activity suppliers, the people and businesses who can offer things to do like hot air balloon rides, spa days, driving days and anything else you can think of. The buyers are the customers who purchase the activities on offer.

We like to think of ourselves as the 'eBay for activities'

How much does it cost?

Listing an activity on Sweemo is FREE.As a supplier, you can list as many activities as you like without any cost. When an activity is sold, we do charge a 10% commission – which is calculated based on the sale price. So basically, you will only pay this commission if we have been able to sell something for you through Sweemo.

How long does it take to create a listing?

Creating a listing for your activity on Sweemo should take you less than 5 minutes. It is a simple 5 step process – and once complete the activity will be submitted for review.

What happens with non-redemptions?

The bane of any activity supplier, non-redemptions occur when a customer has purchased a voucher for an activity through a reseller but then never redeems the voucher before it expires. Typically, the activity reseller/daily deal company would keep the cash and the activity supplier misses out. With Sweemo, since you, the supplier, take the payment if a customer does not redeem their voucher, then you get to keep the payment

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