How To Delete All Your Data From Bet365

Rightly, Champions of Data, empowers you to easily and securely manage your personal online data.

On this page we’ll explain why it’s a good idea to get your data deleted from Bet365 and how to go about it. Or if you just want to get started, click the Start Now button which will take you directly to our Rightly Protect service, enabling you to find out who has your data and get it deleted, quickly and for free.

Bet365 collects a large quantity of personal data on all its customers. That makes it an obvious target for hackers. If hackers access Bet365, they could potentially gather your personal data, putting you at higher risk of being scammed and other criminal activity.

What we’ll cover

1. Can I delete my data from Bet365?

2. How do I delete data from Bet365?

3. How long until Bet365 responds?

4. Does Bet365 actually delete your data ?

5. What type of data does Bet365 store on me?

6. What does Bet365 do with my data?

7. Why delete my data from Bet365?

Can I delete my data from Bet365?

Yes you can! You have the right to ask any company to delete all the data they hold on you and they have to comply within 30 days. This right flows from GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) legislation and if companies don’t comply without a valid reason, they can be in trouble.

How do I delete data from Bet365?

The easiest way to get your data deleted from companies like Bet365 is to use our Rightly Protect service. In addition to picking Bet365 and asking them to erase your data, you can use our service to analyse your email inbox to figure out all the companies that have your data. Then you can ask all of them to delete the data they hold on you in one click. Because many companies have your data, even companies you’ve never heard of, and it often runs into hundreds or even thousands of organisations putting your data at risk.

How long until Bet365 responds?

Bet365 should reply within one calendar month. If they have genuine reasons that they need extra time to consider your request, they can take up to an extra two months - but they should let you know within one month that they need more time and the reasons why. If you’re unhappy with how they respond, you can make a complaint to Bet365 and then if you’re still unhappy, you can complain to the ICO (Information Commissioner’s office).

Does Bet365 actually delete your data?

Yes, it’s a legal requirement. After one calendar month has passed since your account deletion request, your account and all of your information will be permanently erased by Bet365, and you will not be able to retrieve it.

What type of data does Bet365 store on me?

Bet365 can collect a wide range of data from registered users:

  • Names and passwords of account holders
  • Usernames
  • Email addresses
  • Billing address
  • Date of birth
  • Records of correspondence, whether via the Website, email, telephone or other means
  • Responses to surveys or customer research the company carries out
  • Details of the transactions whether via the website, telephone or other means
  • Details of your visits to the Website including traffic data
  • Weblog
  • ‘Other’ communication data
  • Preference choices, and other account settings
  • Phone numbers
  • Recordings of phone calls
  • Chat room records
  • Metadata on how people use the Bet365 mobile app and website
  • Device model, OS and MAC address, browser type
  • Location data
  • Your Facebook or other third party ‘sign-in’ app data

What does Bet365 do with my data?

Bet365’s main motive for building a data set around each user is to provide its services. Some of the data is used to set up your account. Some information is provided by users optionally. Other data is collected automatically.

They also collect text and voice message data that is stored on Bet365’s servers.

Bet365 compiles the same kinds of data from a variety of users and uses it to optimise when and where it shows you certain ads on its own and other platforms. The additional data that Bet365 collects helps the company to perform strategic market research, communicate directly with users, and counter suspected misuse.

Bet365 says it shares your data with:

  • Law enforcement agencies, regulators and other authorities
  • Credit reference agencies (including for affordability checks) for further details on credit reference agencies
  • Fraud prevention agencies
  • Identity verification agencies
  • Sports governing bodies
  • Organisations that introduce you to Bet365
  • Third parties you ask Bet365 (or permit them) to share your data with
  • Third parties necessary to provide products or services which you have requested

They go on to say: “Depending on the products you choose to use we may need to share your Personal Data with the third parties that provide those services. Where your Personal Data are transferred outside of the European Economic Area (“EEA”), we require that appropriate safeguards are in place.”

And they say; “We may also disclose personal information to other companies within associated or subsidiary companies and to business partners, or successors in title to our business.”

Why delete my data from Bet365?

Bet365 is an obvious target for hackers, because of the amount of personal data they hold is huge. There can be little doubt that hackers will continue attempts to compromise your personal data.

If you’re not using Bet365 any more, or think a fresh profile would be a good thing, you can instruct Bet365 to delete all the data they have about you and so prevent it from being stolen as a result of a data breach.