Welcome to Tellernote's Privacy Policy.

You can use the links below to get to specific topics.

What does this Policy cover?

Tellernote comprises a number of brands. When we talk about our “Services”, we mean all of the websites, apps, and products we provide through our brands and other means.

This Policy tells you how we collect and use your personal data (also known as personal information). It also informs you about how we keep your data safe and the choices you may have, so please make sure you read it.

We want this Policy to be easy to read. In some sections, you can click to get more detail about what we do. Please note, all parts of this Policy apply to all the things we do. We may give further notices for some Services and places, and these should be read in conjunction with this Policy.

Our Services may contain links to other sites. We do not control these sites and we encourage you to read their privacy notices.

Our Services should not be used by individuals who are less than 16 years old.

What data do we collect, use, and share? (summary)

Other disclosures: We may share your personal data with your consent or to comply with laws or other legal processes.

Sale of Personal Data: We do not sell, rent, or loan your personal data to third parties for money. However, subject to your privacy choices, we may share your data (Identifiers, Internet or Network Activity Data, and Geo-location Information sections of the above chart) to social media platforms, analytics providers, and advertising companies, and this may be treated as a “sale” under certain laws. See the How Can You Control Your Data section of this Policy for more detail on your privacy choices.

Data Retention: We keep your data for as long as we need to in order to provide you Services and to comply with our business and legal obligations. To work out how long we need to keep your data, we consider the amount of data, the type of data, the risks that unintended use or disclosure could bring, and whether we can do what we need to by using less data, and other legal reasons. When we no longer need your data for our stated purposes, we securely delete it.

Collection of Data from Children: We recognize the importance of protecting the privacy and safety of children. Our Services are not directed towards children. We do not knowingly collect data about children under the age of 16 or minors otherwise defined in local law or regulation without verifiable parental consent. If we learn that someone under 16 has given us their data, we will use reasonable efforts to remove that data from our databases.

What data do we collect?

When you use our Services, we collect and use data.

We collect this data in four main ways:

  1. You give us data when using our Services (such as your name or email).
  2. Data is collected automatically as you use our Services (such as your IP address).
  3. We obtain data from other parties to help run our Services.
  4. We use or combine the data we get to infer things about you (such as, what appears to interest you)

How do we use your data?

We use your data to serve you and operate our business.

Depending on the Services you use and the choices you make, we will use your data to:

  • Provide our Services and carry out your requests.
  • Improve and promote the Services of us and others.
  • Operate and secure our business.

How do we use cookies?

Cookies are small text files and are widely used when you visit websites. We use cookies and other similar tools on our websites. They help us to see returning visitors, store data for later use, and target our advertising.

You can adjust the settings in your browser to stop the use of cookies, but some of our Services may not work if you do so. To learn more about the cookies we use and why we use them.

When do we share data with others?

To offer our Services and run our business, we must share some data.

We may share data with third parties to provide our Services. For example, with the partners whose products you have selected.

We may share data with third parties whose services we use to run our business. For example, we pay for a third party to host our databases for us.

We may share data with third parties to comply with the law and defend our interests, and those of our partners. For example, we share data with lawyers, external advisors, and other professionals.

When do we share data with others?

Some of our Services let you use “Social Features” that are offered by third parties. For example, you may be able to ‘like’ or ‘share’ things on Facebook / Instagram, Google / YouTube, Linked In, Snapchat, Tik Tok, and Twitter. To use these features you may need to have an account with the provider, and you should make sure you understand their privacy practices.

If you choose to use Social Features on our Services or access our Services from Social Features, both we and the provider may have access to data about your use. If you are logged in to a provider’s services, they may be able to connect your visit with other personal data they hold about you. We (and others) may use this data to place ads based on your interests on these providers’ services. In addition, we may ask you if we can access and collect data from your accounts, and post content to your contacts for you.

When you link a Social Feature provider with an account for one of our Services, you grant us access to certain data about you to provide content and services. This access is governed by the privacy policy and choices you make with that provider.

Why we can use your data

To collect and use your data, we must have a valid reason.

These reasons vary based on what we are doing but they will normally be because:

  • you have given us your consent to use your data.
  • we need fulfill a contract we have with you or take steps towards forming a contract,
  • it is our legal duty to use your data in certain ways, or
  • using your data for certain reasons is legitimate.

How long do we keep your data?

We keep your data for as long as it is needed to provide you with our Services.

To determine how long we need to keep your data, we consider:

  • the amount of data,
  • the type of data,
  • the risks that unintended use or disclosure could bring, and
  • whether we can do what we need to by using less data.

In addition, we may also keep and use your data for as long as it is needed for legal or contractual reasons, dispute resolution, fraud prevention, and security.

How do we keep your data safe?

We take the protection of your data very seriously.

We use best practices to help keep your data safe. However, there is always some risk when storing data or sending it over the internet. As such, we cannot guarantee the security of your data, and you should know that sharing it is done at your own risk.

To the extent we store and use de-identified data, we will not attempt to reidentify the data unless permitted by law.

How can you control your data?

You can make certain choices about the way we collect, use, store, and share your data.

Sometimes these choices apply to everyone who uses a Service (for example, anyone who gets a newsletter from us can opt-out of future emails); other times these choices only apply to those covered by a certain privacy law.

We manage all of the requests raised to us as the law requires. This means there may be legal reasons why we cannot complete all requests.

Please note: we may need proof of your identity before we can start your request.

To make these choices you should use the links to the forms below to submit a request.


We would appreciate it if you gave us a chance to address any complaints you may have. You can use the details below to submit a complaint and you may also be able to raise a complaint with your local regulator.

How can you contact us?

Contact us using the details below if you have any questions about our this Policy, or would like to make a complaint.

Mail: Xyz, xyz, xyz

Changes to this Policy

Sometimes we need to make changes to how we collect, use, and protect your data. When we do, we will let you know by updating this policy. If the changes we make are important, we’ll also post a special notice on our website.

Any changes will usually only affect the data we collect after the new policy has been published. Any data we collected before the changes will still be covered by the old policy.

We will also let you know when we last made these changes by publishing the date we last changed it.

Tellernote is committed to building inclusive digital products. For questions about accessibility, requests for accommodations, or to submit an accessibility issue, contact us.