Who are we ?

We are Paymeet, a data processing service provider. The processing set out in this policy may be performed by Paymeet or other data controllers (including Google®, Apple® and Stripe®). In this policy, all references to "Paymeet", "we" or "our / our" should be interpreted accordingly and refer to the sacredness of Paymeet. In the context of collecting information about our customers or those who consult our applications or our website, under European Union ("EU") law, we are referred to as a "data controller". This means that it is our responsibility to decide how we hold and use your personal data.

How do we collect your data ?

We collect information about you when you use our applications. We collect information by automated or manual means. When you use our applications or visit our website, we automatically collect information about you through cookies and other similar technologies. These are small files associated with information that your browser or our servers will record and return when you use our applications, website and services for purposes such as viewing your profile, recording your session. connection between your visits, memorizing your display preferences, monitoring your use of the website and measuring the audience

What data do we collect?

We collect two types of information about you: personal data and non-personal data. Personal data. This is information that allows us to know who you are. This includes the information you provide to us when you register to use the platform (i.e. your name, company name, email address, mailing address, other contact details you share with us, the information relating to the credit card used and the bank details). Your identifiers are also personal data. This category also includes information related to your identity that you provide to us through other means, such as emails sent to our support team. Non-personal data. This is information that does not allow us to determine your identity. They generally come from your use of the services after your registration on our website. Non-personal data includes information that could identify you as a person in its original form, but which we have modified (for example, by aggregation). Sensitive personal data you submit, such as full credit card or personal bank account numbers, is not stored on our servers and is managed by the global payment platform. electronic "Stripe®".

What are the purposes and the legal basis for the personal data we collect?

We collect your personal data because we need it to perform a contract we have entered into with you or because you have taken pre-contractual measures with us (for example, when you fill out a contact form to request information about our services or when you create an account). Otherwise, we collect personal data based on your consent for that specific purpose.

Who do we share personal data with?

Except in the limited circumstances that we describe here or in any applicable contract or in our Terms of Service, we do not share your personal data with third parties. If we need to pass your personal data on to third parties, we will only share it to the extent necessary to provide our services to you, and we ensure that data protection measures have been taken in relation to these third parties (including the conclusion of standard contractual clauses as well as the taking of the required technical and organizational measures). We may also share your personal data if required or permitted by law and as described below. Hosting Services: We host the site and operate the platform using third parties, including Google Cloud Platform. Your platform will be hosted in their data centers located in the United States. Payment service providers: We use Stripe® and therefore provide them with the personal data needed to debit your credit card or to transfer money to your personal account. Website features: We may use third-party services that are either integrated into our website (such as Google® Analytics) or outside of it (such as Twitter®) to communicate with you or to improve the operation of our applications, website and services. Customer engagement: We use third-party service providers and third-party platforms (such as Zendesk) for customer support tickets. Although we only disclose to these third parties the information necessary to enable them to provide the services to us, any information that you voluntarily provide to service providers is subject to their respective compliance policies and practices. of privacy. Under no circumstances do we sell, share or rent your contact details to third parties, nor do we use them for any purpose other than those set out in this policy. In certain situations, we may be required to disclose personal data in response to requests from public authorities or regulatory bodies, including to enforce the law, in the event of a court decision, subpoena to appear in court or any other similar governmental or judicial requirement or in order to find or defend a legal claim. In addition, we will provide information to a third party in the event of a reorganization, merger, sale, joint venture, assignment, transfer or other assignment, of all or part of our business, assets or securities (including in connection with any bankruptcy or proceeding. similar).

How long do we keep your personal data?

We keep your personal data for as long as necessary to provide our services to you (unless the law requires a different retention period). If you would like us to cease any use of your personal data as described herein, you can delete your account at any time in the “Account Settings” section of your account. This will delete your personal data from our records, and we will no longer use it. We may, however, retain copies of some data in backups for legal retention and / or legitimate business purposes. if you already connected your Zoom account to PayMeet, once you delete your account, disconnect it from PayMeet or we get a deauthorization notification from Zoom Video Communications, Inc, all your personal data will be deleted.

How do we transmit your data?

Paymeet complies with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) as well as all applicable data protection laws. In the context of all transfers of personal data from the EU and the EEA, if necessary, we have entered into EU standard contractual clauses and we have put in place additional safeguards such as encryption data as well as audits and controls with our main sub-contractors. You can ask to sign our Agreement on the Processing of Personal Data ("Data Processing Agreement" or "DPA") which contains the list of all the main subsequent subcontractors to whom we use and lists the measures implemented. to ensure adequate data protection.

What are your rights with regard to your personal data?

In accordance with data protection laws, you have the right to: Obtain access to your personal data. This allows you to receive a copy of the personal data we hold about you and to verify that we are processing it in accordance with the law. Obtain rectification of the personal data we hold about you. This allows you to rectify incomplete or inaccurate information we hold about you. Obtain the erasure of your personal data. This allows you to ask us to erase or delete personal data where there is no legitimate reason for us to continue processing it. You also have the right to obtain the erasure or deletion of your personal data when you object to their processing (see below). Withdraw your consent and unsubscribe from our communications. We will honor your request within 14 days. Please be aware that you cannot unsubscribe from communications related to the Services if you remain a customer. Oppose the processing of your personal data, for example when we are relying on a legitimate interest (or that of a third party) and a circumstance relating to your particular situation results in you wanting to object to the processing on this basis. Obtain the restriction of the processing of your personal data. This allows you to ask us to suspend the processing of personal data concerning you, for example if you want us to establish its accuracy or the reason for its processing; or obtain the transfer of your personal data (right to data portability). If you would like to exercise any of the rights discussed above, please email our privacy team at support@paymeet.com. Under certain conditions, more fully described on the “Privacy Shield” website available at https://www.privacyshield.gov/article?id=How-to-Submit-a-Complaint, you can invoke arbitration enforceable when other dispute resolution procedures have been exhausted. Paymeet undertakes to respond to complaints concerning the collection and use, by our services, of your personal data. EU citizens wishing to ask questions or make a complaint about our policies should first contact our Data Protection Officer at: support@paymeet.com Paymeet is also committed to cooperating with the working group established by the EU Data Protection Authorities to handle complaints regarding the transfer of personal data from the EU that have not been resolved. . If you are located in the EU, you also have the right to lodge a complaint with your competent national data protection authority.


The security and integrity of your personal data is essential to us. We comply with industry standards for the protection of personal data transmitted to us, both during their transfer and once received. We ensure that appropriate electronic, physical and managerial procedures have been put in place to protect and preserve all data processed. Our infrastructure is hosted by high level data centers. Each of them respects strict physical and procedural controls which are regularly audited. Our applications are regularly scanned for vulnerabilities and an independent penetration test is performed annually. Our employees' backgrounds are checked (if allowed) and they sign confidentiality agreements when they are hired. Be aware, however, that some parts of the Services are public and email is not inherently a reliable private means of communication. If you voluntarily provide personal data in a public section of the website, external parties online may view and collect it. If you don't want this information to be public, you shouldn't publish it.


The information provided in this policy may be modified in order to respond to new problems or changes. If we make material changes, we may notify you by other means (for example, by email or posting a banner on the website) before they take effect. Any changes made will take effect 30 days after the update date indicated above. If you object to these changes, please send us an email at support@paymeet.com before the effective date of the new version so that your data is erased from our records.