BookiesDream.com respects the privacy of visitors to our site and that of our members. Bookies Dream will never sell or share any information provided. Any personal information collected is held for exclusive INTERNAL use of our staff. Bookies Dream will never release any information to any third party without prior authorization by the visitor or member unless to comply by law, to enforce our Visitor Agreement, or to protect the rights, property or safety of visitors to our site, our customers, the public or Bookies Dream
There are two categories of information gathered by Bookies Dream. One would be information that is provided by visitors to the web site when signing up or performing transactions. The other is information provided by visitors as they navigate through our site.
When you purchase our service, or become a member with Bookies Dream the following information will be requested:
- Full Name
- Best Contact Number (Optional)
- Active Email Address
Any other information supplied to Bookies Dream is entirely up to the visitors or members discretion. By providing your email address you agree upon us sending you from time to time emails on updates to the software or anything associated with your account. If you do not wish to receive certain information or none at all or to be removed from an email newsletter please inform us and we will arrange a different way to keep in contact.
Client agrees to take appropriate measures to protect his/her Client PIN, Password and other relevant information given to the client from Bookies Dream. It is in the interest of the client to guard his or her client pin and password from unauthorized usage. Bookies Dream does not recommend allowing more than one person to wager fantasy dollars on any account.
If you feel that your PIN has been lost or stolen please notify Bookies Dream immediately so we can change your PIN. Bookies Dream will immediately freeze the account from any access upon receipt of notification of lost or stolen Client PIN or Password. By accepting this agreement, the client is liable for any unauthorized use of the client’s Client PIN and Password.