Excerpt from Site terms and conditions , Article 7


The Member knows and acknowledges that he or she is required to provide information about him when he registers on the Site.

This article describes the personal data protection policy (the “Policy”) and describes the commitments implemented by WE DO GOOD as a processing manager to ensure compliance with the Member’s personal data. As part of its processing of personal data WE DO GOOD, its website told CNIL. The Site is registered under no.1705979.

7.1 – Data collected and processed

WE DO GOOD collects several types of data through its various online services:

  • identification data (first name, surname, date and place of birth, etc.);
  • contact information (phone number, postal and electronic addresses, etc.);
  • transaction data (subscriptions, transfers, CB payments, abounding and withdrawals from the WE DO GOOD Account or payment service provider, for example, RIB, etc.);
  • for professionals and social agents of financed companies, tax data, (tax residency country, tax identification number, etc.);
  • Data about the Member’s online behaviour and preferences when browsing the Website or on third-party sites or login data;
  • member exchanges with WE DO GOOD (chat, emails, etc.);
  • one or more photographs,
  • one or more voice announcements, or videos,
  • interests,
  • data obtained with the Member’s consent and/or collected in accordance with what the regulations permit or require.

All of this data is usually obtained directly from the Member, whether by phone, chat or Internet. WE DO GOOD may, however, be required to process data obtained from third-party agencies, in order to meet its regulatory obligations or with the Member’s consent in the use of certain services.

The communication and processing of the data requested by WE DO GOOD is essential to the provision of WE DO GOOD products and services and/or to compliance with the legal and regulatory requirements to which WE DO GOOD is subject. Apart from these cases, WE DO GOOD does not collect any data without the Member’s prior consent.

Finally, WE DO GOOD automatically collects certain information about the type of browser and login equipment used (computer, mobile device) by Members for the purpose of administering its systems, combating fraud, maintaining the quality of services and providing general statistics on their use.

The Project Member recognizes and accepts the possibility of implanting cookies into his computer in order to record any information relating to the navigation of his computer on the Site. Cookies are data that do not contain any personal information and sent via the server to the hard drive of the Member’s or Project Carrier’s computer. The role of cookies is to identify the Member or Project Owner more quickly when they log in. The Member or Project Carrier is informed of its ability to object to the registration of cookies by setting up their browser accordingly. However, the use of the site may therefore be disrupted.

7.2 – Data Processing Purposes

The treatments performed by WE DO GOOD serve a purpose based on compliance with a legal or regulatory obligation, the execution of a contract, the consent for services allowing the synchronization of external documents or the legitimate interest in commercial exploration. For example, WE DO GOOD is required to process the data for the following reasons:

  • Managing the customer relationship
  • Providing subscribed products and services;
  • Providing services using data synchronization
  • management, study and publishing of financing offer in the form of the sale of future revenues in the form of royalties;
  • Compliance with legal and regulatory obligations;
  • Anti-fraud
  • Security of computer networks and transactions
  • Establishing evidence of transactions and conventions;
  • debt collection and disposal, payment incident management;
  • Personalised offers and business proposals;
  • for professionals and social agents of funded companies, communication and communication relay about the identity of the staff involved in the fundraising project.

7.3 – Data recipients

WE DO GOOD may be required to provide certain member data to public authorities when requested, or as part of its regulatory or legal obligations. WE DO GOOD is likely to disclose the member’s personal data to its technical providers, partners, insurance brokers or legal entities of its Group whose intervention is necessary to achieve one of the aforementioned purposes.

The providers and partners involved are:

– payment service provider, Lemonway;

– tax administration;

– for professionals and social agents of funded companies, online payment providers;

– for people investing in financed companies, financed companies;

For any provider mentioned here, these communications will be the subject of e-mail information.

7.4 – Data security

All precautions have been taken on databases to archive information from Members or Project Owners in a secure environment. Only certain employees of WE DO GOOD or any other company mandated by WE DO GOOD or belonging to the same Group have access to this information, which is only available to them when needed. The personal information provided by the Member or Project Owner at the time of registration does not constitute an advertisement accessible to third parties, nor transmitted, sold or exchanged, except in the cases referred to below and subject to its prior information and prior consent, or in the absence of opposition on its part.

WE DO GOOD uses SSL technologies to ensure the confidentiality of data transiting through networks.

7.5 – Time and data retention

To ensure the proper processing of financial transactions, Members’ personal data must be kept and updated regularly for the duration of a Future Income Transfer Agreement.

In order to meet legal and/or regulatory obligations and/or to respond to requests from the authorities authorized to request it, Members’ personal data will be retained beyond the date of their last royalty payment for a period of 5 years.

Finally, some data may be stored and anonymized for use for statistical purposes.

7.6 – Members’ Rights

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations, the Member has the right to access, correct, erase, limit the processing, the portability of his data and define the fate of his data after his death. These rights may be exercised within the conditions and limits of the existing regulations.

The Member can exercise his rights by using the means made available on the Site, including in his personal space as well as contact the WE DO GOOD data protection officer by e-mailing:

The Member has the right to lodge a complaint with the National Commission for Information Technology and Freedoms (CNIL), the supervisory authority in charge of compliance with personal data obligations.

In the event that WE DO GOOD is informed of the death of a Member, certified by a death notice, it will contact the person mentioned in the scope provided for this purpose in the parameters of its Personal Account by that Member, provided that the Member has properly informed the first name, last name, email address and telephone number of the person to be contacted. If WE DO GOOD manages to contact this person within 3 months, they will give them access to the deceased Member’s account. Otherwise, WE DO GOOD may delete the member’s account.

7.7 – Data privacy

WE DO GOOD is a crowdfunding platform, with the status of Intermediate in Participatory Financing, it is subject to professional secrecy. WE DO GOOD is committed to implementing all means to ensure the security and confidentiality of the information entrusted to it.

7.8 – Consent to data collection

Whenever personal information is collected, WE DO GOOD strives to include a link leading to this Policy. WE DO GOOD may change this Policy. The current version is available on the Site and WE DO GOOD will notify the Member of any changes through the Site or any other means.