a. References to “personal data” in this Policy refers to data, whether true or not, about an individual who can be identified from that data, or from that data and other information to which an organization has or is likely to have access. Common examples of personal data could include name, identification number and contact information.
b. The types of personal data collected by MindChamps includes, among other things (depending on the nature of your interaction with us):
(ii) street or mailing address;
(iii) telephone number(s);
(iv) email addresses;
(v) date of birth;
(viii) NRIC number, FIN number, passport number;
(xi) video images;
(xii) information about your use of our website and mobile applications, including cookies, IP address but only to the extent that we are able to identify you from such details;
(xiii) bank account details; and
(xiv)credit card information.
c. Generally, MindChamps collects your personal data in the following ways:
(i) when you use our services;
(ii) when you submit forms relating to any of our services (for example enrolment forms, franchise application forms and enquiry forms, in respect of our preschool centers and/or franchising opportunities);
(iii) when you register for any events or offerings (including through social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter or our mobile applications);
(iv) when you request to be including in our mailing lists or online accounts;
(v) when you interact with our personnel, including customer services officers and marketing representatives;
(vi) when you respond to our request for additional personal data;
(vii) when you request that we contact you;
(viii) when you enter into any agreements with us;
(ix) when we receive references from business partners or third parties, for example where you have been referred by them;
(x) when you submit a job application with us; and
(xi) when you submit your personal data to us for any other reason
d. Under certain circumstances, we may rely on deemed consent when you voluntarily provide your personal data for the stated purpose and it is reasonably appropriate to do so.
e. Where you provide us personal data about other individuals (e.g. information of spouse, children, parents, friends, relatives, employees and/or authorised representatives), you warrant and represent to us that you have obtained the consent of the individuals to you providing us with their personal data for the respective purposes.