InvoiceBox collects and processes information for the following purposes:
5.1. For general customer relationship management, ensuring and administering access to its products and services.
InvoiceBox uses the information collected to provide and personalize support while improving the quality of its services. This includes using the information for the following purposes: to conclude and execute contracts (for example, to provide airport transfer services) to authorize capital transfers, pay for purchased services, and to carry out the internal transactions required to provide our services(for example, correcting software errors and problems with transactions, analyzing, testing and researching data).
5.2. To protect the interests of the customer and/or InvoiceBox
InvoiceBox uses the collected data to ensure the security, protection and integrity of services in addition to the provision of support services. The data is also used to provide evidence of business transactions and other commercial communications based on the performance of the contract or the execution of pre-contractual measures at the request of the Customer. InvoiceBox may also collect data to fulfill a legal obligation, or on the basis of the legal interest of InvoiceBox to prevent, restrict and investigate the unfair or illegal use of its services.
5.3. To perform legal obligations
InvoiceBox must comply with the applicable laws and international agreements, for example, in order to fulfill market transparency requirements and provide information about them to competent institutions. It is the responsibility of InvoiceBox to prevent, detect, investigate and report possible money laundering and terrorist financing if the Customer is subject to financial sanctions or is a politically exposed person. It must verify identity based on: the execution of the contract or the fulfillment of pre-contractual measures at the request of the Customer, for the fulfillment of a specific legal obligation, or on the basis of the legitimate interest of InvoiceBox.
5.4. To prove the implementation and enforcement of legal requirements
InvoiceBox is obliged to prove the implementation and enforcement of legal requirements. This may relate to the performance of the contract, the execution of pre-contractual measures at the request of the Customer, may be required to fulfill a specific legal obligation, or may be required on the basis of the legal interest of InvoiceBox for the implementation of legal requirements.
5.5. To carry out settlement transactions
To fulfill obligations to execute international transactions through credit organizations and local payments through the intermediaries of domestic, European and international payment systems and to comply with the rules and obligations stipulated, for example, by European and international standards and certification systems related to payment cards and security based on: execution of the contract or performance of pre-contractual measures at the request of the Customer, or to perform certain legal obligations.
5.6. To prevent the fraudulent use of services and provide adequate services
To improve technical systems, IT infrastructure, adapt the image of services for a range of devices and develop InvoiceBox’s services through testing and improvement based on the legitimate interest of InvoiceBox.