Privacy Policy

The measures used by Atlanta.com to ensure your safety and confidentiality are explained here. We strive to protect all private information we collect while using the website. You agree to the terms & practices stated here by visiting this website.

  1. We gathered information.
  2. Making the most of your information
  3. Distributing personal details
  4. Your preferences & decisions in terms of data acquisition and usage
  5. What about the safety of your information?
  6. Additional Links Regarding the Privacy of Children

This Privacy Policy is subject to change at any time. The modification to our Privacy Statement will only be effective after the new Terms & Conditions get posted.

General

All information provided by a client on this website or collected via email, fax, telephone call, or other means get stored by us. Information about your identity is found in the form of your first and last name, phone number, postal address, email identity, etc. Within a few cases, payment data (including such credit card details, cardholder identity, and expiration date) also get stored.

The Information We Generally Receive Includes:

When you visit the site, information about your computer and your visits are collected automatically. It includes your IP address, what browser you're using (such as Chrome), and information about the site you came from when you visit the site (such as a search engine). We collect this information for many reasons, including customizing the site's content and layout for each user.

Other Web Technologies and Cookies:

During your visit to Atlanta.com, a cookie will get placed on your computer. For example, whenever you sign-in on the site as a member, our system logs your user ID and other information about you. This information is stored in a cookie file on your computer for later use. User IDs, log in details and additional login information stored in cookies are encoded so that no one except you can read them.

Third-party advertisers use cookies on our website to observe the success of their advertisements. These advertising agencies involve customers who place ads for products and services that we have represented. They use it to change, analyze, and personalize the ad content that appears on our site to inform you ads that are more likely to motivate you.

How We Use Your Information:

Atlanta.com collects card payment details required to complete your trip investment. Credit card details, payment card names, expiry dates, and other card details are examples of card details. Other basic knowledge regarding you can also get used for the specified objectives:

To whom do we share your personal information?

We may provide your personal information to third parties. These third parties may include work colleagues and other providers making our products or services. It is because the third party's identity will feature heavily in your dealings with us (i.e., you recommended them). In these instances, we may also share your details. It includes any of your private information shared with the partners.

This privacy policy does not protect or regulate the privacy of our business associates; therefore, you should read this before disclosing any confidential information. Your data could also be communicated in the following places:

We can provide you with the details to tour goods and services. You can request those details by the words outlined in this Privacy Policy and the atlanta.com Terms of Service. You can also choose with us any details. It may be necessary to make trip shopping or to use certain features available on atlanta.com. The data can get renewed, which can get added to the partner section. Shutting down the account is another choice accessible to you. The method for preventing your browser from trusting cookies is found in your browser's Help section. It will also walk you through the stages to enable choices such as accepting new cookies, removing older ones, and so on. If you don't accept cookies from atlanta.com, you'll be unable to enter certain parts of the site.

Protection of your information:

We strive to maintain any details you provide when working with atlanta.com. Although it is not possible to guarantee safety, the website has enforced numerous technical, administrative, and physical safeguards to protect your details from being compromised. On the webpage, only approved staff require access to specific private information. Personal information such as your whereabout is given out only if we do our job. We use encryption when sensitive information is exchanged between atlanta.com and your device.

External Links:

If any portion of atlanta.com links to other web pages, those web pages get not governed by this Privacy Policy. Our suggestion is you can read the privacy policies on those web pages to understand how they may collect, use, or disclose details about you.

Accessing and changing the account:

Atlanta.com will give you details regarding your order and anyone else listed as a contact in your account. The details to be included are:

How secure do we collect personal information?

We use the most up-to-date encryption and safety measures to protect your data. In addition, we take digital, physical, and managerial steps to ensure the security of the information we collect. Our secured web server transfers data back and forth from your computer to our website, including personal and payment card details. There is no guarantee of complete security when sharing information over the internet, so you give your points at your own risk by using our site. By using this site, you agree to accept all of these risks.

Personal Information We Gather

We collect data of yours, such as your full name, contact details, residential address, email address, and payment details when you make a reservation. We need information such as the location and dates of your trip to complete your reservation. We use this information to complete your reservation and contact you regarding your trip. We also collect data from your computer, including the server you are using, the IP address, the referring web page, and browser type. This helps us ensure that our website can be viewed correctly by everyone.