We place a high priority on protecting the privacy of our Univerbs.com visitors and users. This Privacy Policy outlines exactly what we do to protect you, as well as the responsibilities of both our company and you in the protection of that privacy.


We do use cookies – tiny files that are embedded in the device you use to access our website. We use those so that any return experience is improved. You have the option to refuse the use of cookies upon accessing our site or to delete them after using our site.

You will receive notification that we use cookies, according to GDPR regulations for their use. You may accept or decline upon access. After using our site, you may use your browser’s instructions for deleting cookies.

We encourage you to accept cookies. They collect no personal information about you, and will improve your experience on our site each time your return.

Making Payments

You will be making payments to registered freelancers with whom you contract. You do this through our website and therefore provide personal and financial information. All major credit cards and PayPal are accepted for payment. Using PayPal, even via your own credit/debit cards, however, is the safest route for you to take. PayPal is a third-party payment processor with a solid reputation for privacy protection.

Should you use your bank card, your payment will automatically be directed to a third-party, SSL certified payment processor – one that major online retailers use. We do not have access to your financial information, so it is never stored with us at all.

Sometimes, a bank will require verification of your identity. IN such cases, we will contact you and request the necessary. You can fax, email, or otherwise send these documents to us and we will verify your identity with your bank, so that your payment will go through.

If You Suspect a Financial Breach

You must report such a breach to us and to your bank immediately. We will investigate and include the authorities in that investigation. Your bank will as well.

Your Personal Data

If you choose to use any freelancer services offered on our website, we will collect some personal information – name, email address, and phone number. This will be provided to the contracted freelancer so that communication can occur. We will also use your email address to request feedback on your experience and to rate your freelancer’s work.

Your personal information will be stored on our secure servers, behind a strong firewall and with virus protection. To date, there has not ever been a breach of our systems.

We will never provide your personal information to a third-party. That only happens should you access a third-party site from our site and willingly provide your person and/or financial information.

Responsibility for Reporting Issues Regarding Your Information

If you believe that there has been an issue of disclosure of your personal information, it is your responsibility to report it to us immediately. We will thoroughly investigate the matter.

Confidentiality of Use of Our Services

We never reveal the identities or any other information about our users to any third party – not ever. Our freelancers are under the same legal responsibilities and can face legal action on our part if they should ever reveal personal identities of those who have used their services.

Your Responsibilities

We do not have control over how you access the Internet on any of your devices. We recommend that you use the latest anti-virus software, tight passwords, and to keep track of expenditures through your banking institutions.

Modifications to This Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to make changes to this policy. If and when we do, there will be notifications on our site of those changes. Any changes we make will go into effect upon publishing them on our site. It will be a good thing for long-term users to regularly check our site and this policy for any changes.


If you have any questions about this policy, please contact us for further explanation. We’re open around the clock.