WYNGLE Information Security Notice

WYNGLE, INC. and its subsidiaries or affiliates (collectively, “WYNGLE”), respect your concerns about information security. WYNGLE is committed to protect the security of the information we collect and maintain about our most important asset - our members.


How We Protect Information about our Members

  • Industry-standard SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption is always used to protect your visits to the WYNGLE websites.
  • WYNGLE websites are constantly scanned and validated to verify application and network security.
  • All internal security standards, policies and practices are frequently reviewed and improved based on the current industry security practices.


Personal Information Security Tips

  • Never share your user ID or password with anyone! Remember, anybody who holds your account login information can change personal details or steal your collected Cash Back
  • Create a secure strong password. Password must be more than 7 characters and we suggest mixing letters, symbols etc. Even better are long passphrases with random words (ie: train backup block station). The more secure your password is, the harder it is to guess. We have implemented a password strength indicator to assist in creating a strong password.
  • Avoid using easily identifiable or personal information as your password, such as a single word from a dictionary, family or pet’s name, or email address.
  • Be cautious about using a public computer, as it may contain keylogger software designed to steal your login credentials. If you do decide to use a public computer to sign into the WYNGLE websites, do not forget to sign out from the website when you finished using the public computer. Even better is to close the browser completely when you are done.
  • Make sure people are not shoulder surfing when entering your login credentials.
  • Regularly change your password


Email Security

  • Emails are generally insecure and easy to forge. Be aware that an email, even if it appears to come from a friend or a business partner, could be fraudulent and designed to trick you into providing personal information or installing dangerous software on your device (email spoofing).
  • Install antivirus, antimalware and firewall software on your computer to help protect yourself from phishing scams and viruses. Make sure the software is up to date at all times.
  • WYNGLE will never initiate the request for your account password or any other sensitive account information, such as the answer to your security question or your credit card information.
  • If you contact WYNGLE Customer Support, we will verify your identity by asking for member-related information. Whenever you receive a suspicious email that appears to have come from WYNGLE or have concerns about an email request you have received from WYNGLE, please forward the email to fraudreport [at] wyngle dot com.


On the Phone

When you call WYNGLE Customer Support, we will verify your identity by asking for member-related information only known to you.


SSL Certificate

When visiting the WYNGLE websites, all data is transmitted over HTTPS. This means a secure SSL connection has been established, and that all data transmitted through this connection will be encrypted. If you are receiving SSL Certificate errors when accessing the WYNGLE websites, that means that the domain name in the SSL certificate does not match the address that is in the address bar of the browser. Alternatively, it may mean that your browser is misconfigured and does not accept the root certificate used by WYNGLE. Please contact security [at] wyngle dot com if you encounter this error.



If you suspect that any account information has been compromised or fraudulent actions have been detected on your WYNGLE account, please contact Customer Support immediately for assistance through our contact form or via fraudreport [at] wyngle dot com.


Updates to this Information Security Notice

This Information Security Notice may be updated periodically and without prior notice to you to reflect changes in our information security practices. We will post a prominent notice on our websites to notify you of any significant changes to our Information Security Notice and indicate at the bottom of the notice when it was most recently updated.


Effective Date

January 17, 2016