Qynn is an online financial intelligence platform, offering a number of services to business users. Our aim is simple; to democratise corporate data and provide relational, geographical and transactional data that builds insight and intelligence on a micro and macroeconomic basis.
We do not link to any third-party services, nor do we sell or pass on your data to other third-party services.
In order for us to provide this service, we are required to collect, process, and store data on companies and their historical conduct. This data comprises of information on a corporate level such as company name, company address, financial accounts, and information on an individual basis such as directors, people of significant control and shareholders.
We only collect limited personal data when you register to use our services, none of which can be used to identify you through PII (Personal Identifiable Information) or SPI (Sensitive Personal Information) checks. This data will only be provided by you.
Qynn does not collect "special category data" as defined by GDPR. Examples would include information relating to your religious or political beliefs or your ethnicity.
You cannot use our services if you are under 18. We therefore do not collect any data on Minors.
The following table outlines the types of data we do collect and provides an illustration of when this data is collected:
|Type of personal data||Description|
|Identity Data||This comprises of data used to directly identify you and is limited to your first and last name only.|
|Contact Data||This consists of data used to contact you and is limited to your email address only.|
|Financial||This data will be provided by you when purchasing our products such as your credit/debit card and/or bank account details. Qynn will not store your full credit/debit card details in its database (this is handled by our payment processor) and we are fully PCI (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) accredited.|
|Transactional||Details about payments to and from Qynn and information on products and services you may have purchased and vouchers or coupons you may have used during your purchase.|
|Technical||Details on the software, devices and technology you used when accessing Qynn's platform or website such as your internet protocol (IP) address, browser type and version.|
|Usage Data||This consists of data on how you use Qynn's website, products and services.|
|Consents||This is limited only to the consent you give us which allows us to contact you about our product and services. This will only be by email and you have to opt-in to receive marketing communications from us. We will never email you without your permission.|
Qynn collects your data when:
Qynn will collect and store information provided by you, such as:
The personal data you provide may be personally identifiable but does not fall under the sensitive data category as defined by GDPR (see section 4.3).
We try to keep all requests to a minimum and when signing up to use Qynn, you need only provide your first and last name and a valid email address to use Qynn. That said, there are other times when using our site that we may ask for any of the following information:
When you use Qynn, we will automatically collect information about your browser, internet and device. We do this to improve our products and services. This data cannot be used to directly identify you, such as:
In order for Qynn to provide our Services, it is required to collect and aggregate publicly available data from a number of sources that include commercial and personal data. This includes sources such as “Companies House” and outside organisations such as “The Gazette”. In addition, we collect data from Google Analytics which includes website usage data.
Qynn utilises the latest encryption and storage techniques to protect your personal data. Our data centre is provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and is subject to their rigorous security checks; both physical and virtual.
We respect your privacy and your data. We will store your personal data for only as long as we have a Lawful Basis to do so.
Depending on the specific purpose in which we process your personal data, we may process your personal data in accordance with more than one lawful basis.
Signing up to become a customer
To improve our website, products and Services
Legitimate interests (how do customers use our products and how can we improve our product offering)
The provision of economic intelligence
||Legitimate interests (providing Services that are in the public's interest, aiding growth, complying with legal obligations, protect them against fraud, reducing financial risks by having comprehensive information on individuals & corporate entities and to view/determine local, regional and national economic data)|
We will only share your data when asked of us by official, judicial bodies (ie: law enforcement agencies). We will not share your data under any other circumstance.
You have the right to amend any personal data Qynn has about you that you think is incorrect or incomplete. We'll take the necessary steps to verify any incorrect data and correct it where possible.
Should you choose to not provide your personal data to Qynn, we will not be able to provide our Services to you. If you are concerned about this, please do not use our Services.
We will only send you marketing information if you have provided us with your consent to do so. Where you have granted consent;
Qynn will only communicate with you digitally, via email and you can withdraw your consent at any time.
This section provides answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding your privacy and personal data.
Personal data is collected via two methods:
Qynn processes a portion of your personal data based on your explicit consent. You give us your consent when we ask for personal data such as your name and you provide this to us usually through an online form.
Qynn processes other personal data based on our legitimate interest, that is to provide our Services and products in the public's interest which help them meet with compliance and legal obligations, protect them against fraud, reduce financial risks by having comprehensive information on individuals and corporate entities and to view/determine local, regional and national economic data.
Your right to erasure does not apply if processing is necessary for one of the following reasons: