Privacy Policy

You agree to the terms and conditions on this page if you use, which is also called the “Site.” Our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use explain what factors may affect the kinds of content we offer, the kinds of personal information we collect through our Site, how we collect that information, and who, if anyone, will have access to it.

By using the Site, which is owned and run by DOLLAR DOSH (“Company,” “us,” “we,” or “our”), you freely and without reservation agree to how we collect, use, and share your personal information as described in this Privacy Policy. If you don’t agree with the terms of this privacy policy, you shouldn’t visit, look around, or use this Site.

When you use or visit the Site, you should look over our Privacy Policy so you know what we do with your personal information and how you can help keep your privacy safe.

How We Get Information About You

When you use the Site, you can give us information. The information we get from you may include, but is not limited to: (1) information you give us voluntarily; (2) information we automatically get when you use the Site; and (3) other information, such as the device you used to access the Site, your location, and information from social networking sites or other third-party integrations.

We may use the information we collect about you (personal information) on its own or in combination with other information to be able to identify you. Your name, your mailing address, your email address, or your date of birth are all examples of personal information. Please be aware that this policy can still apply even if you use your browser’s private browsing settings.

Details that you tell us

Information on the Registrant or Account

If you sign up for our site so you can use certain features, we may get information about you. Some of these details could be:

  • Name
  • Birth date
  • Postal address
  • Username
  • Passphrase (where applicable) (where applicable)
  • Number to call

While you use the site, we may collect other information that you voluntarily give us (such as comments that you post). We may also get information about you from other places, like surveys you fill out on your own, social media sites, data services, verification services, and open sources. We might combine this information with what you told us when you signed up so that your profile is more complete.

Email Contact

We won’t be able to get your email address unless you give it to us. This could happen if, for example, you sign up to receive emails or take part in a promotion. We will use your email address for the reasons you gave it to us, and we may also use it to send you information about the Site or other products or services we think you might be interested in.

You can decide at any time if you want to keep getting these emails by clicking the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of each one. Your email address may also be sent to the tech company we work with in relation to the goals for which you submitted it. If there are any problems with your account or security, that company may get in touch with you.

Data Collected Automatically Using Data Collection Technologies

Through third-party data processors, our site may sometimes link your personal information to your user profiles on other sites (such the Facebook Pixel or the Pinterest Tag). We won’t be able to see your personal information because we’re in charge of the data, but in the future, we might use their advertising platforms to send you our content.

Also, we, third-party Data Processors, and advertisers may use automatic data collection tools to get the following information as you browse and use our Site:

  • Information about who visits our site, like traffic patterns, location information, and other data logs.
  • Details about your computer and how it connects to the internet, such as your IP address, operating system (OS), or browser.
  • Information about how you use emails, like when you click on a link or open or forward an email.
  • Statistics about a group of people that could include information that could be used to find out who they are.

To make your experience with us even better, we may combine data we get automatically with personal information we get in other ways (such as information gathered through an email opt-in).

We may use cookies, flash cookies, web beacons, and Google Analytics, among other things, to automatically collect data.

How We Use Cookies

A cookie is a piece of data that a web server sends to a web browser, which stores it. The data contains an identifier (a string of letters and numbers). The identifier is then sent back to the server every time the browser asks for a page. There are two different kinds of cookies: “session” cookies and “permanent” cookies. A session cookie, on the other hand, will end when the web browser is closed at the end of the user’s session. On the other hand, a persistent cookie will be saved by a web browser and will stay valid until its set expiration date, unless the user deletes it before the expiration date.

Cookies don’t usually have information that directly identifies a user, but we may link the information stored in and retrieved from cookies to the personal information we have on file for you. Here are some of the reasons why we use cookies:

  • (a) authentication, which lets us know who you are when you go to our website and use it;
  • (b) status: With this information, we can tell if you are signed in to our website;
  • (c) customization, which means keeping track of your preferences and making the website fit you;
  • (d) security – to protect user accounts, including stopping unauthorized use of login information, and to protect our website and services in general;
  • (e) advertising: showing you ads that interest you; and
  • (f) Analysis: to help us figure out how well our services and website are being used and how well they are doing.

We also use Google Analytics to keep track of how people use our website. Google Analytics uses cookies to get information about how people use websites. Using the data collected about how our website is used, we make reports about how it is used. The privacy statement for Google can be found at

Most browsers let you delete cookies and refuse to accept them. There are different ways to do this from browser to browser and version to version. Please look at your browser’s instructions to find out how to delete or block cookies. Please be aware that turning off cookies could make it harder for many websites to work right, including ours. You might no longer be able to use some parts of the Site.


First-party cookies are set by the site you are currently looking at. A third-party cookie, which is made by a domain other than the website you are viewing, is used a lot in behavioral advertising and analytics. Third parties may use cookies, tags, pixels, beacons, and other similar technologies (all of which are called “Tags”) to track how users interact with advertising content and to target and improve advertising. You can delete the cache and block both first-party and third-party cookies in each internet browser. Most browsers’ “help” button in the menu bar will tell you how to turn off cookies, get alerts when new cookies are added, stop accepting new cookies, and clear your browser’s cache. is a good place to learn more about cookies and how to turn them off.

Without cookies, you might not be able to get the most out of the site’s services and content. Please keep in mind that if you don’t allow cookies, you will still see ads when you go to our website. Even if you choose to opt out, you will still see ads on the site that are not tailored to you.

The website uses cookies to get the following information so that it can show customized ads:

  • IP address
  • Operating system type
  • Version of the system software
  • Class of Device
  • Scripts used on the website
  • Web browser type
  • Email (in hashed form) (in hashed form)

Careerswave may also use this information to connect it to other information about end users that they have collected on their own. This helps them make ads that are more relevant to each user. Careerswave may also collect information about end users from sources other than Careerswave, such as advertising IDs or pixels, and link that information to the information it has collected from Careerswave. This is done so that interest-based ads can be shown on devices, browsers, and apps. This information includes usage data, cookie and device information, information about how a user interacts with ads and websites, geolocation and traffic statistics, and information about how a visitor got to a specific website. Careerswave may also make unique IDs in order to set up audience groups and target advertising.

Visit Opt Out – NAI: Network Advertising Initiative to learn more about this practice and find out what you can do to join or leave this data collection. Visit and to find out more about interest-based advertising. Visit | AppChoices and download the AppChoices app if you don’t want to see ads when you use mobile apps. You can also use the controls for the platform on your mobile device.

How We Make Sure Your Information Is Safe

We have made sure that your private information can’t be stolen or looked at by people who shouldn’t be able to. All of the private information you give us is encrypted using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology and stored on secure servers protected by firewalls. The goal of this encryption technology is to keep any information sent back and forth between a web server and a user secret.

Unfortunately, data transfer over the internet is not always completely safe. Even though we take steps to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee that it is safe when it is sent through the Site. If you send personal information or anything else, you do so at your own risk. We are not responsible for any misuse of the Site’s privacy settings or security features.

How We Use Your Information

We need the information we get from users to improve how the Site works. As an example:

  • (a) We use the information you give us and the information we get automatically to run, maintain, improve, and provide all of the Site’s features, as well as to let third parties suggest personalized content, goods, and services. We also use the information you give us to let third parties suggest personalized content, goods, and services.
  • (b) Using the information you give us, we look at how you use the Site and what you like about it. This helps make new features and functions, improves the user experience on different devices, and makes it easier to spot fraud and keep data safe.
  • (c) We may contact you using your email address or other personal information for the following reasons: (a) administrative needs, like customer service; (b) issues with intellectual property related to content you have posted on the Site; and/or (c) to send you marketing materials about the Site or the third parties we work with. You can usually choose not to get promotional messages by clicking on the links in the messages or contacting us at [email protected].
  • (d) We may use Cookie and/or Automatically Collected Data to: (a) personalize our services or recommendations, such as remembering your information so you don’t have to type it in again the next time you visit the Site; (b) provide personalized ads or content across your devices; (c) measure the success of the Site or third-party marketing activities; and (d) track aggregate site usage metrics like total visitors, pages viewed, and session duration.

When We Disclose Your Data

We may use third parties to add features that let you sign up for our site or make it better in other ways (WordPress plugins). In this case, the third party will be able to see your information as well. We have no control over how other people may use your information, and we don’t take responsibility for how they or other websites or third parties protect your privacy.

When you use the Site, for example, we work with third-party social media tools to give you access to their social networking services. If you use these services to share our content with your friends and family through the Site, they may be able to get information about you. According to their own privacy policies, these third-party social networking services may also tell your friends that you use the Site.

We don’t agree with what these third parties say or do, so we don’t link to their websites or use their services. We suggest that you read the privacy policies of each website you visit and be careful when you use third-party links. If you have questions about an ad or other customized content, you should talk to the third party directly.

We don’t give out any personal information about you to other people unless the law says we have to.

Your Information: Your Choices

You can, of course, choose not to give us certain information. However, if you do that, we might not be able to give you some of the new and improved features and functions of the Site. As an example:

If you don’t want to get email offers or newsletters from us, you can choose not to by clicking the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of each email. Even though your requests to unsubscribe are immediately reflected in our database of active users, we may still need to keep some of the information you give us for backup, archiving, and to stop more emails from going to your mailbox.

You can also set your browser to let you know when cookies are being sent or to reject all or some of them. Find out how to change your cookie settings by going to the “Help” or “FAQ” section of your favorite web browser. Please keep in mind that some parts of the Site may stop working or become inaccessible if you turn off or refuse cookies.

Last but not least, some of our third-party data processors require us to put their opt-out links in a clear place. These links, as well as links to opt-out for other services we might use, are below.

  • a)Facebook: Unfollow
  • b) Google: Unsubscribe
  • c) Turn Google Analytics off.
  • d) Stop Google from retargeting you.

Information and other details were made public

people who go abroad

The Site is only for people who are physically in the US because it is hosted in the US. Our information and the highlighted products and services from third parties are only for the American market. By using the Site, you agree that your personal information will be sent to the United States and processed there according to this Privacy Policy.

Please be aware that the laws in your country of residence may be different from the data protection rules and regulations that apply when your personal information is sent to the United States.

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act must be followed (COPPA)

We meet all of the requirements of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). We don’t know of any way to get information from people younger than 13 years old. Our website, products, and services are meant for people who are at least 13 years old. Anyone under the age of 18 should only use our website, products, and services with their parents’ permission and supervision.

We won’t collect personal information from children under 18 years old. If a parent or legal guardian of a minor who has given us this kind of personal information and wants it taken out of our files, he or she should contact us at the email address at the bottom of this privacy statement. Any personal information about the child will then be taken out of our files.

Don’t listen to signs

Several browsers have a “Do Not Track” option to keep users safer when they browse the web. There isn’t a set rule for how websites should handle DNT, which is a shame. Since there are no standards in place, the Site does not respond to the Do Not Track setting in a user’s browser or similar signals.

If a business is sold or merged,

Careerswave has the right to give or sell the user information we have collected in the event of a corporate transaction, such as a sale, merger, consolidation, sale of assets, or company bankruptcy.

In the future, we may make changes to our privacy policy.

Our policy on privacy may change from time to time. At the top of each page on the Site, the “Effective Date” of the most recent version of our privacy policy will always be shown.

We may review and change our privacy policy if our practices change because technology changes or because we add new services or change ones we already have.

We will try to let you know if there are any major changes to our Privacy Policy or the way we handle your personal information. We will also try to let you know if we plan to use any personal information in a way that is significantly different from how it was meant to be used when it was first collected, as stated in our Privacy Policy. If you use our Site or services after the Effective Date, we’ll assume you agree to the rules we had at the time.