Greetings! And thanks for checking out Eplio -- where you tell us about yourself and your buying habits, and we provide you with daily prizes. We want Eplio to be fun and rewarding for you, and our Privacy Policy reflects our commitment to that goal while respecting and protecting your personal information. By playing Eplio, you consent to the privacy practices described in this policy which are incorporated into (and are subject to) our Terms of Service. Let's start with the types of information we collect.

Information Provided By You

When you register through Facebook, we collect that same information plus your name and profile picture. We also ask for your location to understand where you use Eplio and where you scan. We keep track of the products you scan so we can award you prizes, provide coupons to you that matter to you, and show you advertising that's relevant to you based on the kind of products you have expressed interest in.
When you win prizes, we may celebrate your win by promoting your name, your photo, and your prize to the Eplio community. If we do not have a picture of you, and you win a prize, we will ask you for a picture so we can celebrate your win as described. If you register via Facebook, we will use your friend list to send invitations so you can have referrals). If you invite contacts, send gifts, or share via Twitter or email, we will use your phone and/or email address book and Twitter list to send those invitations and requests on your behalf.

Information From Cookies And Pixels

When you use Eplio, we may send you a session cookie or a persistent cookie. A "cookie" is a tiny text file composed of alphanumeric characters and it's used to help your device navigate our service and utilize all its features to their fullest. Pixels are small blocks of code on web pages that read and place cookies.
Session cookies disappear after you close your browser. Persistent cookies remain after you close your browser and may be used again by your browser on subsequent visits. Neither session cookies nor persistent cookies collect information from your device or look at your files.
Cookies can be removed. For instructions, please see your web browser's help files. But please note: If you delete your Eplio cookies, you may not be able to utilize Eplio features to their fullest potential.

Information Collected Automatically

When you use Eplio or view one of our emails, we may automatically record your IP address (that is, a unique string of numbers separated by periods that identifies every computer connected to the internet), other device addresses or IDs, web browser, pages you view on the Eplio website, the dates and times you use Eplio, and sites you visit right before or immediately after Eplio.
Collectively, we consider all this data -- the information you provide, the information we receive from cookies and pixels, and the information collected automatically -- to be what we call your "personally identifiable information". Personally identifiable information may also come from third parties, such as our partners, advertisers, or other services. If we associate personally identifiable information from other sources with personally identifiable information we collect through Eplio, we will treat all of that data as personally identifiable information in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

What do we do with the information we collect?

Your information is a fundamental part of our business, and we use your information to enhance your experience playing Eplio, improve our products and services, understand the behaviors and preferences of our customers, address technical problems, administer prizes, serve you meaningful commercial messages, personalize our communications, analyze the efficacy of our marketing programs, and provide quality customer service.
We may use your email address or other personal information to contact you for administrative purposes (such as customer service) or to send you promotional messages related to the Eplio and the activities of third parties we work with. You have the ability to opt-out of those communications through links provided in those messages or by changing your account preferences through the Eplio website.

How do we share your information with third parties?

To provide Eplio to you and operate our business, we carefully communicate your personally identifiable information with trusted partners to provide you with relevant advertising, offers, or services. For example, we may use your email address to allow trusted partners to send you relevant offers such as additional coupons.
We may promote or offer contests, sweepstakes, similar promotional offers or surveys that may be sponsored by Eplio, co-sponsored by Eplio and one or more other companies, or entirely sponsored by companies other than Eplio. Some or all of the information collected through these activities may be shared with the sponsor(s) or other companies as applicable.

We may also make information available to third parties in the following circumstances:
When we have a good faith belief it is required by law or to otherwise cooperate with law enforcement activity;
When we have a good faith belief it is necessary to protect our rights or property from fraudulent, abusive, or unlawful activity; or
In the event of a merger, acquisition, liquidation, dissolution or sale of assets.
In these circumstances, your consent will not be required, but we will attempt to notify you, to the extent the law permits. Please note that Eplio may contain features or links to websites and services provided by third parties that are subject to those third parties' privacy policies. We strongly encourage you to review third party privacy policies before providing them with personally identifiable information.

Do we collect or share children's information?

No! Safeguarding the privacy of children is essential to us. That's why we prohibit anyone under the age of 13 from using Eplio, and we do not market or promote Eplio to anyone under 13. If we learn that personally identifiable information for anyone under 13 has been collected on Eplio without verifiable parental consent, we will delete this information.
If you are the parent or legal guardian of someone under the age of 13, and you learn that he or she has obtained a Eplio account, please contact us at and request that we delete your child's personally identifiable information.

How do we keep your data secure?

We employ various operational, physical, and technical safeguards to secure your personally identifiable information against unauthorized access or disclosure. However, no security or encryption method devised yet by man can be guaranteed to absolutely protect information from computer criminals or human error. Therefore, we cannot warrant the security of any information you transmit to us or guarantee that such information cannot be accessed, changed, or eliminated by a breach of our safeguards. In the event of a security breach, we may attempt to contact you through the email address associated with your Eplio account. You may also, depending on your place of residence, have the legal right to receive such a notice in writing. To receive a written notice of a security breach, please contact us at

If a Eplio subscriber lives outside the United States and Canada, do these same rules apply?

Eplio is intended only for people, age 13 or older, who are located within the United States and Canada. If you use Eplio outside the United States, please note you are transmitting your personally identifiable information to the United States for processing and storage.

How often do we modify our Privacy Policy?

We will update or change our policy periodically, at our sole discretion, as stated in our Terms of Service. If we modify our Privacy Policy, we will make it available through Eplio with a notation of the latest revision date or you will receive the update to the e-mail you have provided.
The amended policy will automatically go into effect the date of its posting. In the event that these changes materially impact you, we will make reasonable efforts to notify you of these changes when you access Eplio for the first time after such changes are made. If you disagree with changes to the Privacy Policy, you may delete your account and stop using Eplio. Your continued usage of Eplio indicates acceptance of the revised Privacy Policy.

How should you contact us about your privacy policy questions?

If you have questions or comments about our Privacy Policy, our usage and disclosure practices, or your consent options, please email ust at .