Information Collected From Users
In the course of your browsing the Website, www.PresidentialLuxuryLimo.com, may collect the IP/URL address of the computer through which your visit is enabled (for example your Internet Service Provider’s server); cookie information. Upon any registration for, and in subsequent interaction with, Website Services, Presidential Luxury Limo Service will collect mandatory information such as your User Name, Password, primary email address, phone number, company name, and password hint question and answer. To access and make reservations, obtain receipts, through ‘Presidential Luxury Limo Service’ website, you will require a new user form to complete the process. This form will request certain personal information about the Web Site user and the traveler who will use our transportation services. This information will be compiled into a profile. Such information may include at least the following; email addresses for receipts and confirmations, contact phone numbers, company name, or account number, home address and billing address, pick-up and drop-off information, credit card information.
How we use your information
We have established and maintained the highest level of security to safeguard the confidentiality of your Personally Identifiable Information, including the use of encryption, and firewalls. These steps are in place in order to protect all data against loss and unauthorized access, we employ many different security techniques to protect such data from unauthorized access by users inside and outside the company including regulating the physical and virtual access to any root access, database(s), servers, back-ups, encryption keys or other network and security-related infrastructure components. In addition, sensitive information such as passwords is encrypted before being stored in our systems such that even if a breach were to occur and access to the data achieved, the data would still be encrypted. Please be aware that while we take efforts to safeguard your user information, “perfect security” does not exist on the Internet.