GDPR is the general data protection regulation stipulated by the EU to protect data and privacy information for all EU citizens and people within the European economic area. This law was created in other to give individual citizens control over their private data as well as state clearly state and regulate the international businesses must abide the rules to when operating within the EU and countries from the EU.
A SUMMARY OF THE TERMS INSCRIBED IN THE GDRP DOCUMENT WITH REGARDS TO ONLINE MERCHANT SERVICES
2) Companies are to obtain the consent of their costumers before any information collection. For example someone may create an account and purchase a particular product or service but may not want his or her information to be used for other purposes for example marketing analysis.
3) Online merchants must ensure that all the personal information that they collect form people online is used solely for the required purpose.
direct marketing for example “do you want to receive monthly updates, if yes then click on the box below”. The use of data by third parties should also be requested for example “do you want your information to be stored for future purposes?”. Keep in mind that all consent that you ask your users for are not supposed to be merged with text boxes. For cases where you don’t need a permission make sure you state it clearly in your checkout box on your privacy page.
HOW TO BUILD A SEAMLESS CHECKOUT PAGE
A seamless checkout page refers to a checkout page that is smooth, continuous or uniform in quality and combines information in an inconspicuous way. It should contain the following information
1. Include a buy now button that is highly responsive when clicked.
2. Add checkout buttons at the top and bottom of your web page for easy exit and navigation. customers may get pisssed of if they don’t see it.
3. Give users the option to chose whether they want to continue shopping even after the final product has been purchased.
4. Allow users to be able to print their cart receipts after payment.
6. Show security features so as to win the confidence of buyers.
7. Allow a page the permits a rating system. that way ,people will be able to know know good your product or service is.
8. If the user is a returning customer the billing address should return prefilled with information
For example payments powered by payQ have a seamless cashout page and button within the
PayQ website. This makes navigation easy for customers when the visit the pay Q website
information to clients about the security of their personal information when they visit your
website. It contains information on how customer data is gathered, how it is stored and how it
will be used.
1. Name of the company, year of creation and registration.
2. Identity of the CEO or main controller.
3. Contact details of the company.
4. Clear specification of the type of data collected.
5. How long they intend to store the data
6. How is the collected information processed and shared.
9. How to delete data
10. Can they quit the agreement at any point in time?
11. Which third party organizations handle tracking data? That is; for example Google.
12. Incase of an event of theft of information, you have to notify users within 72 hours.
An example of a registered company with a good company policy can be seen below.
This Privacy Statement is designed to advise you about the type of information that PAYQ collects and the purposes for which this information is being processed, used, maintained and disclosed. It can be seen in the figure above.
PayQ, is an intergraded processing company of PayQ limited with Registration Number as 11427260.
This Privacy Statement is designed to advise you about the type of information that PAYQ collects and the purposes for which this information is being processed, used, maintained and disclosed.