BudgetView connects to the internet to verify your activation code, download new versions and collect information regarding use of the application. None of your bank connection codes or financial or personal date will ever be passed on to us. Information related to your bank accounts or budget remains on your own computer.
On launching, BudgetView connects to our servers to verify whether a new version is available and to ensure your activation key is still valid.
There are two ways of importing transaction statements from your bank’s website:
In both cases, downloading of your statements from your bank’s site is protected by the system implemented by your bank – generally via a secured SSL connection such as those used by the vast majority of online retailers.
The first two times you use the application, when you close it, BudgetView sends us anonymous information regarding how for you have progressed in utilizing the application. The information in question is a few yes/no indicators telling us whether you have successfully downloaded certain things, whether you have classified operations and whether you have reached the end of the initial assistant. These data are very useful to use to continue improving the initial use experience of the software.
Please note that the information in question is succinct and anonymous and regards only application utilization. No information is sent regarding your accounts, bank, transactions or budget.