Privacy Policy

At Casino New Jersey, we aim to handle your data with care. Below you can find our policies for handling private information and our use of cookies.

We at process your (customers and visitors to our website) personal data. We have put procedures in place so that we can keep your personal data secure and handle it with care.

Handling Personal Data Responsibly

We are responsible for handling your personal data. COMPANY NAME is registered at COMPANY ADDRESS, with the registration number NUMBER. This privacy policy determines how we process and protect your information.

The Data We Process

We may process the following personal data about you:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Gender
  • Age
  • IP address
  • Email address
  • Password
  • Location data
  • Website usage
  • Occupation
  • Personal preferences and opinions

When and How We Collect and Process

We will collect data directly when you access our website and use our services. We may keep a copy of your communication if you contact us.

We analyze your data in order to:

  • improve the quality of our services and your user experience
  • deliver relevant or interesting content in the form of adverts or promotional emails
  • to conduct analytics and measurement to understand how our services are used
  • meet or exercise any of our legal obligations or rights

Sharing Data

In order to deliver services and manage our business, we work with several third parties. In certain circumstances, we might need to share your personal data. These include:

  • Authorized Service Providers – may have access to personal information in order to process credit card payments but are not permitted to use the information for any other purpose or to share it.
  • Third-Party Service Providers & Affiliates – may receive data from us to carry out order fulfillment, customer service, business analysis, marketing, or web development. Data may also be shared in the event of surveys, sweepstakes, contests or other special events. Data shared could include your name and contact information.
  • Legal Requirement or Protecting Rights – when deemed appropriate we may disclose personal information to assist efforts to investigate or prevent illegal activity and to protect or defend the rights or safety of the company, our users, employees or others. It may be necessary to disclose information when complying with the law, enforcing our terms and conditions or in response to an investigative demand. If appropriate, we may disclose data when exercising or establishing our legal rights, defending against legal claims.
  • Transfer of Business or Bankruptcy -information may be transferred to the organization(s) involved in a merger, bankruptcy or sale of all or part of the company and its assets. Other than in the event of bankruptcy, this policy will still be applicable until the time a new privacy policy is implemented, and you are notified of this change. Information collected after a business transfer may be subject to a new privacy policy.

Account Changes or Closure

In the event that you would like to change the information in your account or close your account, you may do so either from the account page or by contacting us to with a request to amend or deactivate your account. When your account is amended or deleted, we may retain some information in order to prevent fraud and to comply with legal requirements.

Keeping and Removing Data

Keeping your data secure is a serious task that we attempt to undertake to the best of our ability. We put in place reasonable electronic, physical and personnel measures to protect data from misuse, theft, alteration or loss. When it comes to keeping data safe, you also share some of the responsibility; keep your password confidential, change your password immediately if you suspect someone has gained unauthorized access, and notify us immediately if you have lost control of your account.

We will retain your personal data for as long as reasonably necessary for the purposes listed above. In some circumstances, we keep your personal data during a certain period to meet legal, tax or accounting requirements.  We will securely delete or make your data anonymous if it is no longer required.

Cookies Policy

We use cookies for different functions and for several purposes such as technical necessity, storage duration and cookie provider. Read carefully our mini-cookies guide below.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are pieces of data put on to your device; they remember what you enter while browsing a website. By using this website, you are consenting to our use of cookies. You can manage, disable or delete cookies through the settings in your browser. Restricting cookies could impact the functionality of the website.

What Cookies Do?

Below is more information about common cookies that we use, their purpose, and how long they are stored on your device. Find out more about how to deactivate or delete cookies here:

Techincal Cookies

Techincal necessity means cookies that allow the website to function properly. Cookies are automatically placed on your device when you access the website unless you have changed your browser settings to reject cookies. Some cookies are placed on your device for convenience and performance, including saving your website settings or preferences. Storage duration could mean session cookies, permanent cookies, and flow cookies.

Session, Flaw, Permanent Cookies

Session cookies exist only for the duration of your website visit. Permanent cookies are stored for longer; these are the ones associated with sign-in activity and preferences. They are automatically deleted after a predefined period. Flow cookies allow communication between our company and our servers. They are created when you navigate the website but are deleted when you finish. They are uniquely identified, but we can’t link them to a user.

Cookie providers are the cookies placed by us or by third parties. We use cookies for website analytics to understand how our website is used. Third-party cookies could be used to display adverts or link to content from social networks.