Consumentenbond Privacy test more negative at Jonge banks

The Consumer Association’s privacy test shows, among other things, that Bunq shares data with an American marketing party and loads cookies without permission. N26 shares with third parties who do something with marketing or “product optimization”. The app also establishes contact with the Twitter advertising system. The British Revolut bank says in its privacy statement to upload customer email addresses and / or telephone numbers to Facebook in order to be able to advertise with these customers via the platform. You can send an email to Revolut to object to this. The app communicates with all kinds of marketing agencies without notice.

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