When you're changing your personal code within the app later on, for security reasons, Twyp may ask you for your security code. You'll receive this code via email after you join Twyp. Using your security code, you can prove that you’re the one making the change, not someone else.
If you give Twyp permission to synchronise your contacts, we'll download the telephone numbers you have stored on your mobile phone. Based on this data, we can tell you which of your contacts also use Twyp. We also use this data to make payments in Twyp for you. We only use your data for these purposes and no other purpose. We don't contact people from your contact list.
Twyp collects and stores your information according to the rules laid down in the Dutch Code of Conduct for the Processing of Personal Information by Financial Institutions. This information isn't shared with anyone else and all information is stored securely. For Twyp, this means: