The information AccuBANKER collects
AccuBANKER primarily collects, uses, and stores your information when you visit an AccuBANKER website, purchase products from AccuBANKER, or when you communicate with AccuBANKER (email, web, phone, fax, postal letter, etc.). Every order form asks for personally identifiable information such as your name, contact information, and payment information.
When you interact with AccuBANKER, information on how you communicated with AccuBANKER is collected. The information is primarily used to understand you as a potential customer and so that AccuBANKER may have alternate ways of communicating with you should the information you provide be inadequate. information on how you communicated with AccuBANKER may include: the internet address of the computer you used, the language you selected when viewing the order form, the browser type, the security level used to view a web page, the currency in which you viewed prices, the return email address shown in your email messages, the return address on postal envelopes, the return fax number on faxes, the phone number used when calling, and any other information that may be gathered from your communication.
How AccuBANKER uses the information
The information is primarily used but not limited to: determine whether to accept your purchase information, enable our product suppliers to deliver goods, services, or information; provide notices regarding goods or services that you may purchase, and improve our business.
We at AccuBANKER process, use, and record your information as necessary for our legitimate business interests, including the following:
Access to financial payment information such as credit card, debit card information, or bank account information is restricted to AccuBANKER employees and external service providers on a need-to-know basis. Other third parties are never provided with your financial payment information. From time to time AccuBANKER may use external service providers who need to know your financial payment information to help verify the information provided or to help AccuBANKER make business decisions. Each person or entity that needs to know your financial payment information has a contractual obligation, with AccuBANKER, to maintain the privacy of that financial payment information.
To ensure that you receive your purchased product(s), all other information collected by AccuBANKER and any additional communications that might be related to your purchase may be passed to the appropriate product suppliers. Additionally, all other information may be shared with external service providers to help verify the information provided or to help AccuBANKER make business decisions. Such third-party partners may use the information to maintain various databases related to your purchase, fulfill purchases, provide technical support, or provide you with information about AccuBANKER, the product, or the product supplier.
AccuBANKER may transfer the information to a successor entity upon a sale, merger, liquidation, receivership, or transfer of all or substantially all of AccuBANKER’s assets in which AccuBANKER participates or to a purchaser of all or substantially all of AccuBANKER’s assets.
AccuBANKER aggregates statistics about the information that is collected and may share the aggregated statistics with third parties in order to improve and market our services. Aggregated statistics do not uniquely identify you.
AccuBANKER may also retain, preserve, or release your personal information in response to lawful requests by public authorities, including to meet legitimate national security or law enforcement requirements; to protect, establish, or exercise our legal rights or defend against impending or asserted legal claims, including to collect a debt, or a material violation of our policies; to comply with a subpoena, court order, legal process, regulation, or other legal requirements; or when we believe in good faith that such disclosure is reasonably necessary to comply with the law, prevent imminent physical harm or financial loss, or investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud, or threats to our rights or property. It may also be necessary in the public interest (such as to prevent crime) or to protect vital interests (in rare cases where we may need to share information to prevent loss of life or personal injury).
AccuBANKER employs both procedural and technological measures, consistent with the demands of customer service, to protect your information. Such measures are, within reason, designed to protect all the information from loss, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. Unfortunately, no method of transmission over the internet or method of electronic storage is 100% secure. Therefore, while we strive to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee its absolute security.
Your account information is protected by a password. It is important that you protect against unauthorized access to your account and information by choosing your password carefully and by keeping your password and computer secure, such as by signing out after using the website.
If you have any questions about the security of your personal information, you can contact us at email@example.com.
Messages from AccuBANKER
On occasion, AccuBANKER will need to contact you. Primarily, these messages are delivered by email for a variety of reasons, including marketing, transactions, advocacy, and service update purposes. If you no longer wish to receive messages, you can opt-out of receiving marketing communications via email by following the unsubscribe link in any marketing email you receive. Please note that some changes to your account settings may take a few days to take effect.
Every account is required to keep a valid email address on file to receive messages. AccuBANKER may also contact you by telephone to provide member support or for transaction-related purposes if you request that we call you. Additionally, and with your consent, where required by applicable law, AccuBANKER may send you an SMS (or similar) message, or reach out to you by telephone, in order to provide you with customer support, for research or feedback, or to provide you with information about products and features that you may find of interest. You can update your contact preferences in your account settings.
Some messages from AccuBANKER are service-related and necessary for members and Guest Checkout users. You understand and agree that AccuBANKER can send you non-marketing emails or messages, such as those related to transactions, your account, security, or product changes. Examples of service-related messages include an email address confirmation/welcome email when you register your account, notification of an order, service availability, modification of key features or functions, and correspondence with AccuBANKER’s Support team (including by chat interface or the other methods of communication as described above).
If you wish to provide feedback or if you have questions, concerns, or wish to exercise your rights related to your personal data, please reach out to us through firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contact Customer Service (1.888.993.2228) or our Privacy Office at: Privacy Office, 7104 NW 50th St, Miami, FL 33166 or send us an email at email@example.com.
If you contact us with a privacy complaint it will be assessed with the aim of resolving the issue in a timely and effective manner.
Why Casinos should use AccuBANKER Money Counters
Bill and coin counters for the Gambling Industry
Money counters save time and money by making cash management more efficient. By quickly counting large amounts of currency with accuracy, you will not need to worry about human error resulting in incorrect counts or inaccurate tallies. Be confident in the accuracy of your cash management process while reducing any potential losses due to fraudulent activity.
Protect your business with Counterfeit Detection
Casinos need Counterfeit Detection units that are small, easy to use, and portable.
In a fast-paced space like casinos, manually validating the authenticity of bills is risky, prone to human error, and time-consuming. Using our detectors, equipped with up to 8 methods of counterfeit detection, the casino's staff can, without previous training, scan bills and determine if they are real or fake. AccuBANKERs' automatic detectors will ensure all cash is authentic before it enters circulation within the casino environment and will allow your customers to know their gambling earnings are authentic.
Cash handling units Recommended for casinos:
Value counters Value counters machines count mixed bills, sort and face, add their value, and create reports as quickly as 1,800 bills per minute. The ability to do this makes them an ideal solution for casinos, where counting and organizing large amounts of money is a priority. Our bill counters are designed with counterfeit features, adding extra layers of security to your cash handling.
Coin and chip counters AccuBANKER coin counters can count, sort, and pack US coins, eliminating the need for manual processes that can take hours. Save time and reduce errors associated with manual counting that could lead to costly losses, and reduce the time of manually counting chips and tokens thanks to our Universal counter that feature a rugged design and an anti-jamming function.
Automatic counterfeit detectors Our easy-to-use, battery-operated detectors scan up to 8 counterfeit and security features. With all or a mix of UV, WM, MG, MT, IR, DD, IMG, and CS you will have the security you need when receiving cash.
Manual counterfeit validators Validate IDs, credit cards, and important documents with ease. Our counterfeit validators work with long-lasting super-bright LED lights and additional features to help you validate the authenticity of whatever it is you're checking
Having access to accurate money counters and counterfeit detectors is essential for businesses operating within the gambling industry. Our units save time by allowing users to quickly count large amounts of money and provide protection against counterfeiting threats before they enter circulation within the casino.