Find out what gambling websites know about you today. It's fast and completely free.
Pick from our list of gambling companies, search to add more, and send them subject access requests for free today.
Why should I find out what gambling websites know about me?
You should find out what gambling websites and companies know about you because the type of personal data typically stored by them is sensitive, and often shared with third parties.
Personal data that gambling companies typically store:
- Name and data of birth
- Recent changes of address
- Tastes and habits
- Contact details
- Cookies & IP address
- Credit and debit card details
- Economic, social and cultural information
This data will likely be collected using personal documents such as passports or driving licences with photo ID, as well as proof of address from something like a recent council tax bill.
Gambling websites have been at the centre of a lot of controversy over what they do with their users' data. Almost all of them share personal data with advertisers.
This can then be sold onto insurers and other companies, that may have a direct financial impact on your life.
Personal data is any information that can directly or indirectly identify you as you. Think address, beliefs, and financial records.
How do I find out what gambling websites know about me?
The easiest way to find out what information they have is by sending a subject access request through Rightly. Just press 'get started' above, pick from our list of gambling companies and websites (and add more if you'd like) then send a subject access request.
If you can't find the ones that you'd like to send an access request to, contact our customer support team - they'd be happy to help!
A subject access request, or 'SAR', is a written request asking a company to send you all of the information they have about you. They have to reply within 30 days under GDPR law.
How long until gambling companies respond to my request?
After the company has received your request, they have to reply in full within 30 days, or give a valid reason for asking for an extension. If this happens, our support team is here to help!
What if they refuse tell me what personal data they have on their records?
Don't worry, they have to tell you what they have if you ask them by law: this is thanks to your ‘right to access’ under GDPR law. GDPR applies in the UK and EU.
What if I’ve said they can use it in the past?
If you agreed to an organisation using your data but you’ve changed your mind, don’t worry! You can still ask them for your personal data.
What if I’m not sure if they have my data?
You can still ask them. If they don’t have it, they have to let you know.
We’re free because our mission is to make data fairer, for everyone.
We don't use consumer data for commercial purposes, which means we'll never, ever sell your data. It also means that there are no adverts or hidden costs.
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