Agreement to Receive Marketing Information
Enactment Date 2020.12.18
In order to transmit advertising information in accordance with relevant laws and regulations such as the Personal Information Protection Act, i-Aurora Co., Ltd. receives prior consent from recipients to transmit advertising information, and periodically checks whether or not the recipients of advertising information agree to receive it. However, if you do not agree, there may be restrictions on benefits depending on the purpose of use, such as product/service introduction and solicitation, private banking companies, and promotional events. There are no other disadvantages related to financial transactions.
● Transmission method
It can be delivered through text message (SMS), email, and app push of your mobile phone.
● Transmission contents
The marketing information sent is sent to the recipient as advertising information such as benefit information, various event information, product information, and new service information provided by the service operated by I-Aurora Inc. in compliance with the relevant laws. However, information that is obligatory other than advertising information is provided regardless of whether or not you consent to receiving it.
● Withdrawal information
Customers can withdraw their consent at their will, even after receiving consent, and even if they do not agree to receive, they can use the basic services provided by the company, but may not receive our marketing information.
● Change of consent to receive
You can change (agree/withdraw) your consent to receive through the customer center (1588-3073).
Details of use of personal information
Mobile phone number, email address
● Purpose of retention and use of personal information items to be used
Providing advertising information such as benefit information, various event information, product information, and new service information
● Period of retention and use of personal information
Retention and use from the date of consent to use marketing until withdrawal of membership or withdrawal of marketing consent