Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

last updated: May, 2021.

NSEMFUA Privacy Policy

The user is solely responsible for the information communicated through the Service and declares that the data are well informed and accurate.

For the duration of use of the Service for any purpose of evidence, data about the user and the use of the service are stored and archived confidentially by NSEMFUA in accordance with legal provisions.

Collection of Information:

NSEMFUA will invoice Customer for Fees and Subscriptions monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually and will use data collected for such processes. Personal data may also be shared only as necessary with third parties who provide promotional or technical services to the site, or host proportions of the site, who will not share of otherwise disseminate this information other than as necessary to perform these services and promotions

Usage of Information

We disclose information in response to requirements of civil or criminal legal process as indicated in section 102 of the Electronic Transactions Act, 2008 (Act 772) in Ghana.
We share aggregated statistical data with our business partners or for public relations. However, this aggregated information is not tied to personal data disclosure. We share your information with our parent, subsidiaries and joint ventures to help coordinate the services we provide to you, enforce our terms and conditions, and promote trust and safety.
We may also share partial user data for promotional and marketing purposes only with our partners and subsidiaries.

Prohibited Content:

A list of prohibited content can be found below, which includes but not limited to the following:

  • 1. Abusive words
  • 2. Child pornography
  • 3. Malware/virus/security/Scam exploit activities
  • 4. Terrorist activities
  • 5. Other strong languages that create or incite others for voilence and social unrest.

Legal and Security

If you are terminated due to a violation of our terms of service and privacy policy, you agree that you will not receive any partial refunds and that this shall considered a reasonable estimate of the liquidated damage and not a penalty.