Privacy Policy

Information Collection

At Deniba International Exchange, we gather both personal and aggregate information that users voluntarily provide while visiting our website or responding to emails related to the site’s features. Personal information includes details such as name, address, telephone number, email address, and demographic information. It is not mandatory to register or provide this information to access our website’s content.

Aggregate information pertains to data like the number of site visitors, accessed pages, downloaded information, web browser and operating system used, and the Internet Service Provider’s name. We collect this information automatically when users visit our site to optimize and tailor our website for our visitors’ best experience.

During the user’s visit, we track the Internet address of domains from which they access our site to analyse data trends and statistics. However, individual users remain anonymous throughout this process.

To enhance site management, we may:

(i) Log the user’s browsing history.
(ii) Log non-personally-identifiable information, including IP address, profile details, aggregate user data, and browser type.
(iii) Record user IP addresses for security and monitoring purposes.


We may store a text file called a “cookie” in the user’s computer browser files. Cookies do not contain personal information, but they help us relate the user’s site usage to specific information they provided knowingly. A cookie cannot access data from the user’s hard disk or read cookies from other sites. Cookies may be used to track user traffic patterns, and our advertising system may use cookies to monitor ad impressions and click rates.

Users have the option to decline cookies by adjusting browser settings. If the browser is set to warn before accepting cookies, users will receive a warning message with each cookie, but enabling cookies is not necessary to use our site.

Member Communications and Email

At Deniba International Exchange, we strictly adhere to a no-unsolicited-email policy. However, opting out of email communication does not exempt users from receiving administrative emails.

Our Customer Care department may contact customers in response to their inquiries, to provide requested services, or address specific requirements. While we ensure that our advertisers have clear and comprehensive Privacy Policies and follow appropriate data practices, our website and emails may contain links to other sites with different privacy policies. Our policy does not cover the privacy practices of other websites and companies.


We follow industry standards to protect the personal information submitted to us during transmission and storage. Despite our efforts to use commercially acceptable security measures, it is essential to understand that no method of transmission over the Internet or electronic storage is 100% secure. While we strive to safeguard personal information, we cannot guarantee absolute security.

We reserve the right to disclose users’ personally identifiable information if required by law or to protect our rights, comply with judicial proceedings, court orders, or legal processes served on our site.

Disclosure of Your Personal Information

Deniba International Exchange may disclose your personal information to our affiliates and unaffiliated third parties for the purposes described in this Privacy Policy, including:

Providing Services: To process and complete requested money transfers and transactions, we may share personal information with the recipient, our agents, affiliates, intermediary banks, or financial institutions involved in the transaction or our services.

Service Providers: We may transfer personal information to outside agents or service providers, including Deniba International Exchange affiliates acting in this capacity, for tasks like information technology, data hosting, or processing services. We ensure reasonable measures are taken to protect this information and restrict its use or disclosure for other purposes.

Business Transactions: Your personal information may be used and disclosed in connection with the financing, sale, assignment, or disposal of our business or assets, including your account. This includes evaluations, reporting, and fulfilment of requirements related to such transactions.

Legal and Regulatory Requirements: We may disclose your personal information as necessary to meet legal, regulatory, insurance, audit, and security requirements, as well as for compliance with anti-terrorism, anti-money laundering, and similar laws and regulations.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

Please note that we periodically review and update our Privacy Policy. Changes may occur as part of this review. We recommend bookmarking this page and periodically reviewing it to stay informed about the latest version of our Privacy Policy.