A financial incentive or price or service difference is a program benefit or other offering, including payments to consumers, related to the collection, deletion, or sale of personal information. For example, a financial incentive or price or service difference would occur when a grocery store offers a loyalty program where consumers receive coupons and special discounts when they provide their phone number and when the loyalty program would no longer be available if a consumer were to ask to opt out of sales of personal information.
Termajargon: Policy Terms Defined
Financial incentive or price or service difference
The most comprehensive website policies generator on the market.
Use Termageddon to help comply with privacy laws such as the CPRA, GDPR, UK DPA, CalOPPA, PIPEDA, and more. We also help you comply with consumer protection laws, provide eCommerce disclosures, and limit your liability.