This policy informs you, among other things, what information we gather from you, how we may use or disclose that information, and our efforts to protect it. Please read this policy carefully, and feel free to contact us at Arbutus Routes if you have any questions regarding its contents.
Types of Information Collected and Security
When orders are placed, we will ask for billing information to complete your purchase. All information collected through our shopping cart’s checkout pages is through a 128 bit encrypted connection to your browser, using a valid SSL certificate. Your billing name, address, and purchase details are retained in our secure databases. We do not store or mail your credit card numbers.
Rental and Tour bookings are made through a third-party integration with Checkfront and Stripe Payments. Your data is secured in these systems for the strict usage of booking reservation and payment processing.
Use of Information
All information collected by our online ordering system is used solely for in house ordering and transaction management: to register your purchase, to resolve billing issues, to mail you receipts, invoices, access codes to your invoice online.
We also, from time to time, use your email address to send you promotional emails, new product announcements and such. You can, at anytime, opt out of our email list by un-subscribing your email address on our home page.
Third Party Disclosures
The personal information you have provided us and information about your order will not be shared, sold, or given to any third party invested in the business of marketing, or collecting marketing information.
Disclosure of Information
The personal information you have provided us and the information about your order will not be shared or given away for any reason whatsoever outside of what is needed to process your order and complete your transaction.
It is the intention of Arbutus Routes to prosecute credit card fraud to the fullest extent of local, state, federal, and international laws. We will provide any and all transactional information, including (but not limited to) all trace information to the purchasing computer, to local, State, Federal and International Authorities, including the FBI, The Department of Justice, and The Federal Trade Commission.